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hi, iv had few issues at times but allways managed to someway sort it out
but this time im bit need of help from more experienced overclockers on intel socket

my BCLK freq is 100
its usually dropping more down than jumping up, and i get D1 BSOD and E1 BSOD but i can leave intel burn test on for 15 min on very high and it says its stabile but when i try and going to use pc with chatting and normal use then i get BSOD, either its driver thing or its my BCLK it seems very random as its not any particular thing that i do when it happens

but only thing iv done is that i made 690 bioses draw power from PCIE and not 8pins fully
so 50amps from pcie, i have 6 pin extra connected to pcie.
but today i changed this and now they use 8 pins and gpu is much more stabile at high overclocks but i get much more BSODS now, and i do know its not gpu, "using default bioses for gpus and latest on motherboard bios and latest updates for computer"

these are the seen drops and jumps in windows that iv seen on BCLK
100.1
98.5
this is the overclock iv been running on lately 24-7 with gaming and so

my cpu freq atm is 4.8 ghz
100,0 x 48,0

Cpu vcore volt
1.420, normally run 1.4 fine was just testing to see if it would fix it
dram chab volt 1.55, ram is certified at 1.5v "corsair dominator GT 2133 4*4gb 16gb quadchannel at its tested timings"
dram chcd volt 1.55

cpu vccsa volt 1.295
cpu pll volt 2.10625
vtt cpu volt 1.26250
pch 1.1 volt 1.25625
pch 1.5 volt 1.50000 "default"
vttddr ab volt 0.7500 "default"
dram chb data 0.500 "default"
dram chc ctrl 0.500 "default"
dram chc data 0.500 "default"
dram chd ctrl 0.500 "default"
dram chd data 0.500 "default"


CPU LLC
Extreme

cpu fixed frequency 700Khz "might be this who is causing issues"

cpu powerphase is at extreme
and cpu powerduty is at Extreme

VCCSA LLC
Extreme

cpu CC
180%

VCCSA CC 140%

VCCSA fixed frequency 450Khz


Thanks any help is greatly appriciated.
Edited by DinaAngel - 10/25/12 at 7:57am
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You should not be touching your BLCK and keeping it at 100.

Anyway, take a look at my build log, in sig, for helpful tips on overclocking the Ivy Bridge.
 
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Originally Posted by Gunderman456 View Post

You should not be touching your BLCK and keeping it at 100.
Anyway, take a look at my build log, in sig, for helpful tips on overclocking the Ivy Bridge.
i never said i touched it, i do not do that only on Gigabyte mobo i managed 125 bclk, but i allways normally keep the bclk on standard. ur rig didnt help much at all.

i managed to get it stabile but idk what i did. bclk adjuster for LN2 -2 works rlly good
so its at 100 more often now but its not that what fixed the BSODs
but it fixed the jumping of the bclk jumps
Edited by DinaAngel - 10/24/12 at 5:04pm
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What bios are you running?
 
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What bios are you running?
Rampage IV Extreme BIOS 3010
Win7 64bit
http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Intel_Socket_2011/Rampage_IV_Extreme/#download
post #6 of 24
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Originally Posted by Gunderman456 View Post

You should not be touching your BLCK and keeping it at 100.
Anyway, take a look at my build log, in sig, for helpful tips on overclocking the Ivy Bridge.

He asked help to OC a SB-E not Ivy.
OP have you rule out RAM problem? i spent a few weeks trying to get mine stable until i test my RAM to find out that one stick was bad.
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Originally Posted by Frank33 View Post

He asked help to OC a SB-E not Ivy.
OP have you rule out RAM problem? i spent a few weeks trying to get mine stable until i test my RAM to find out that one stick was bad.
doesnt seem to be ram since its quite random and even with intel burn test on maximum for few min it says its stabile, that really stresses the ram

like right now it seems fine but i know iv done nothing to make it stable so its not fixed.
like its still dropping i see now i tought it was fixed the bclk but nono it wanto drop to 98.5 and up to 100 again quite often it does it

i had a BSOD that said driver was the cause but the D1 and E1 it said it wasnt driver included in BSOD
3 different BSODs
Edited by DinaAngel - 10/24/12 at 5:18pm
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but my ram needed 1.55 volt to be safely over 1.5 volt mark
like with 1.55 v then its actually running on 1.53 hovering, allways had this issue even from out of the box half a year ago.
iv been running 1.66v on ram and actual volt is then 1.65, ran that quite long time i still can but i didnt seem it necessary since ram is rated 2133 1.5v at same cl values

running Corsair Dominator GT 4x4gb quad kit 2133
Edited by DinaAngel - 10/24/12 at 5:27pm
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Is IBT the only "stability" program you've used?

I'd run prime95 first, IBT really isn't that great of a tool to test stability.
 
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Is IBT the only "stability" program you've used?
I'd run prime95 first, IBT really isn't that great of a tool to test stability.
IBT is best since u see that from temps its the only program that does stress an cpu to its limits prime95 isnt stressing it to such a level, just try it out with maximum set on IBT.

but yeah i only use IBT since prime95 never told me if it was stable or not, if u can run IBT for an hour then ur water temp is probbably 70 also.
i dont see point of making prime go for a day to see if its stable when its not reliable.

like seriously try run Intel burn test for 5 min and look on ur temps with intel burn test set on maximum, do like 5 on maximum
the temps will tell who stresses most,
this is the latest version
intel burn test.zip 1683k .zip file
Edited by DinaAngel - 10/24/12 at 5:59pm
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