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You positive that when you switched to manual vcore that nothing else changed, even by itself? Like llc ro something that might have benn programed to change when not in auto mode? Just trying to think why it is doing this.
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Originally Posted by truestorybro545 View Post

Have you tried updating your BIOS? That could be the issue too.
already on newest revision

*** at 1.395 and it still crashes. though its being weird, during stress test, i got to 1.336 max
prime had a core stop and now its idling around 1.376
manual voltages are stupid
Edited by Kokumotsu - 3/14/13 at 9:57pm
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Keep pushing the voltage higher. Not all sandys are low voltage
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where's TwoCables when you need him haha
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already on newest revision

*** at 1.395 and it still crashes. though its being weird, during stress test, i got to 1.336 max
prime had a core stop and now its idling around 1.376
manual voltages are stupid

No, manual voltages are the best way to overclock, as Offset isn't as precise as trial and error and actual voltage numbers.

Either your mobo or CPU is not running right. This is definitely a job for TwoCables, I agree. But please here me out when I say to not use Offset for future OC'ing. It is not the best method.
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anything above 1.36 for 4.5 is is absurd bro. i was at 1.395 THAT IS NOT NORMAL
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No, manual voltages are the best way to overclock, as Offset isn't as precise as trial and error and actual voltage numbers.

Either your mobo or CPU is not running right. This is definitely a job for TwoCables, I agree. But please here me out when I say to not use Offset for future OC'ing. It is not the best method.
and ill try factory defaults and rework it and try again
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anything above 1.36 for 4.5 is is absurd bro. i was at 1.395 THAT IS NOT NORMAL
and ill try factory defaults and rework it and try again

Ya, 1.36 is way too high. Try also running at stock for stability purposes and monitor those voltages and clocks.
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I agree. Go back to stock. Starting over sometimes helps. Start at the default multiplier and work your way up again.
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post #29 of 38
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i think i found the problem, LLC.
it was at 5 so i tried setting it to 1 and i can finally run prime 95 at 1.335(if i remember correctly)
though during stress vcore would hit 1.352. so i guess ill just try and go downhill now
Edited by Kokumotsu - 3/14/13 at 10:43pm
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i think i found the problem, LLC.
it was at 5 so i tried setting it to 1 and i can finally run prime 95 at 1.335(if i remember correctly)
though during stress vcore would hit 1.352. so i guess ill just try and go downhill now

That's just an automatic adjustment that the mobo makes. Mine says 1.24V but it volts it at around 1.23 in CPU-Z under load. Having a high LLC shouldn't have done that and Level 3-4 should be about right for a 4.5 Ghz clock. Not saying it helps, as your temps rise but I have never seen it increase voltage like that.

Edit: Load Line Calibration adjusts the voltage based on the level you have placed it. Usually, it allows for more headroom when OC'ing, but it also keeps the CPU from volting too high as well. I have never had the voltage increase with an increase in level, as it usually just means you can volt higher than you could at, say, level 2 or 1.
Edited by truestorybro545 - 3/14/13 at 10:53pm
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