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I just finished trying out all different possibilities for my RAM config and it seems that 2133 is my golden speed. tongue.gif 2400 will only pass if I use 1.65vdimm and I don't want that.
Also, I personally think that WHEA errors are a complete waste of time to even acknowledge.

there is a potential risk of running 1.65V on RAM if it was rated at 1.50V, I'd leave it for benching only and settle lower as well for daily use. mine were rated at 1.65V so for daily use I stay at 1.70V max.

Man, you are so wrong on WHEA warnings ... I guess when you ignore them then you will have occasional crashes in demanding games (BF3 is a great example) sometimes and will start messing with drivers, re-installing the game (since only that title causes trouble, etc. etc.) and half of the OS before you realize it's been your unstable CPU OC all along wink.gif have seen that at least a dozen times in EVGA forums ... you should be glad that with Ivy Bridge you have such warning delivered to you in Windows, it's like the chip itself saying "Your overclock sucks, give me more vcore or I will crap out!" biggrin.gif

WHEA stands for Windows Hardware Error Architecture. it means that CPU discovered a recoverable error during some computation and corrected itself, so the software relying on that computation haven't even noticed, without it that would be a crash (if that was unrecoverable error).
The other downside of running a CPU OC with WHEA warnings present is lowered performance which is perfectly visible in erratic or rather varying by a lot scores or plainly lower than expected scores, since the CPU is wasting its time on correcting itself many times.

Actually, I've had WHEA errors on some of my OCs (not my current one), and it has made no effect on anything. I still produced the same benchmark results and had no errors on anything.
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To Feniks: Check out this thread...
I'm testing out the games I have and MAN it makes a difference, Mass Effect 1 for example looks AMAZING! lol
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LoL yah man my ram was in the right slots =p

When i remove one from the slots it boots which leads me to think the HS is to tight.
    
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Actually, I've had WHEA errors on some of my OCs (not my current one), and it has made no effect on anything. I still produced the same benchmark results and had no errors on anything.

Well here is the question, were you getting constant whea errors or were you getting like 2-3 a day type whea errors? if you were only getting 2-3 a day then you were 'almost' stable as in 1-2 vcore bumps were probably going to solve it. So basically the proc was only correcting its self 2-3 times a day.

If you were getting constant whea errors then you were 100% mathematically speaking..... losing performance because like feniks said the proc was doing the same math atleast twice.
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LoL yah man my ram was in the right slots =p
When i remove one from the slots it boots which leads me to think the HS is to tight.

I had that issue with a chip I FAILED at delidding and I damaged the memory controller (my only attempt at delidding rolleyes.gif) so this chip could have a damaged memory controller or one of the mobo pins could be bent? Just throwing ideas out
Edited by HardwareDecoder - 12/29/12 at 12:49am
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overclock attempt at 4.4 success but the temperatures are kinda high.

overclock attempt at 4.7 failed. windows crashed.


Help! I'm completely new to overclocking as my computer is actually my first cpu build from parts. I did the delid and have been happy with the lower idle temperatures, however I need some advice on how to overclock my cpu to 4.6ghz since I will be overclocking using a hyper 212 evo cooler. I've only tweaked the memory speeds, but i'm not quite sure how to tweak the cpu speeds other than to change the multiplier to 46. I attached screenshots of my two tests.

the data also suggests that the core 1 and core 3 temperatures are vastly different. Perhaps i didn't apply the TIM evenly on the cpu die?


i'm willing to try different settings, but i don't quite understand what voltage offset is.

Motherboard/bios = asrock extreme 4 z77 latest bios.
Cpu cooler hyper 212 evo
TIM = mx-4

any help would be awesome!
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chip has been de lidded for 2 months with ram running fine.

did not remove cpu from cpu bracket when i changed to my water loop.

i just think the Water block is to tight i got it down as hard as i could get it heh...

anywho here is some pics...

I dub thee the Valguar why you mad bro? Re build.. biggrin.gif


    
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He delidded it fine...I think the WB is clamped down TOO tight.
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Actually, I've had WHEA errors on some of my OCs (not my current one), and it has made no effect on anything. I still produced the same benchmark results and had no errors on anything.

Well here is the question, were you getting constant whea errors or were you getting like 2-3 a day type whea errors? if you were only getting 2-3 a day then you were 'almost' stable as in 1-2 vcore bumps were probably going to solve it. So basically the proc was only correcting its self 2-3 times a day.

If you were getting constant whea errors then you were 100% mathematically speaking..... losing performance because like feniks said the proc was doing the same math atleast twice.

I don't want to start a WHEA war again, but I've tried both cases and they both resulted in very similar benchmark results. Considering that if the CPU has to do the same math twice, it should be significantly slower. I have also contacted the Microsoft WHEA team pertaining to OCs and this error and they have informed me that it may result in a bad OC but this is no way to determine efficiency.
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overclock attempt at 4.4 success but the temperatures are kinda high. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
overclock attempt at 4.7 failed. windows crashed.
Help! I'm completely new to overclocking as my computer is actually my first cpu build from parts. I did the delid and have been happy with the lower idle temperatures, however I need some advice on how to overclock my cpu to 4.6ghz since I will be overclocking using a hyper 212 evo cooler. I've only tweaked the memory speeds, but i'm not quite sure how to tweak the cpu speeds other than to change the multiplier to 46. I attached screenshots of my two tests.
the data also suggests that the core 1 and core 3 temperatures are vastly different. Perhaps i didn't apply the TIM evenly on the cpu die?
i'm willing to try different settings, but i don't quite understand what voltage offset is.
Motherboard/bios = asrock extreme 4 z77 latest bios.
Cpu cooler hyper 212 evo
TIM = mx-4
any help would be awesome!

ahh same mobo + cooler + chip as me.

your temps @ 4.4 look fine to me on a 212 I'm curious what your vcore is though. i guess you said you de-lid so maybe they are a bit high idk.

Well for one thing core temps being different is completely normal. How did you apply the tim? best method is the single dot in the middle ( i use less than a grain of rice my self)

Second I don't know if most would agree with me but I prefer to use fixed voltage mode to overclock. Which LLC level are you using? I recommend level 3
Edited by HardwareDecoder - 12/29/12 at 12:56am
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I need some led fans to put on the 80mm 240 rad in the bottom XD
    
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