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Computer is crashing from oc i5-2500k corsair H80(1fan)

post #1 of 13
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Ok so I am doing a 4.5ghz oc and at max it was running at like 55 while playing world of warcraft. Now the real problem is that its freezing and getting the bsod while doing it. My pc is crashing because of this oc so therefore it is not successful. Here are my settings tell me what you guys think.

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post #2 of 13
did you do a stability test before playing games? if not, do one. if that BSODs, then raise the voltage. then test again. keep doing this until it doesnt crash on a stability test.
post #3 of 13
- Enable Internal PLL overvoltage.
- Increase Dram voltage to 1.55v
- lower PLL to 1.7v

Have you tested with Prime95 ? What is the BSOD code you are getting?
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Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
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Cooler Master Stryker Logitech G602 Asus Strix Nakamichi 5.1 
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post #4 of 13
since you have windows 7 use the snipping tool for screen shots much better quality its in your programs and comes with windows7, also update your rig its says amd x4 if i didn't see your screen shots i wouldn't know its a 2500k

anyway disable all trubo core features
use offset vcore not manual
change offset to +..050
set LLC to high
set ram timings manually including dram voltage
set fsb to 100 not auto
disable any speed spectrum and you don't need virtualzation enabled

everything else on auto and your should be fine, but every chip is differnet give it a shot
post #5 of 13
also the h80 comes with 2 fans why are you only using one with 2 you will get better temps
post #6 of 13
Thread Starter 
I cant use the other fan because it will get in the way of my cpu block. I cant change it to offset it can only go on manual
post #7 of 13
What is the actual Vcore at load (read using CPU-z)? Most likely you just need to increase the voltage to the CPU - your other settings in the BIOS look okay. You shouldn't need to enable Internal PLL Overvoltage for just 4.5 - I'd play with the voltages first and see if that gets it stable. Check stability using either IntelBurnTest (IBT) or Prime95. Also, it might help post a screenshot of CPU-z and CoreTemp/RealTemp while you are running one of the stability programs.

You can also try just leaving the Vcore on Auto - it'll be a little higher than absolutely necessary, but on most boards it'll work fine for overclocks in the 4.5 range.
post #8 of 13
Thread Starter 
What setting is it to change the vcore? And I can only change that through 50mv increments.
post #9 of 13
it will say cpu voltage or vcore change that to auto and offset voltage should open up below it.
post #10 of 13
Thread Starter 
I change cpu core to auto and nothing came under it.
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