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Originally Posted by justanoldman View Post

Sorry, I think I see the problem now. I had assumed you had all the bios setting optimized already. Since you have an Asus mobo, hit f5 to clear all your settings, then go to this guide and copy all the settings that are there. You just have to type in your specific ram voltages and timings or use XMP for that. Once you copy those settings you can start testing again.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1291703/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboards

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post #62 of 74
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i followed this guide guys but without entering ram voltage cause i dont know it and exactly the same issue could this problem be with the motherboard cause i think the cpu is fine at even 4.2-4.3 range
post #63 of 74
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So I did everything again even entering the ram voltages as the guide said and raising pll to 1.75 and still get crashes with this message CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT
post #64 of 74
How long have you had this CPU? Maybe this is just it breaking in.
post #65 of 74
Thread Starter 
3 weeks biggrin.gif do intel return the cpu's worldwide cause im not in the usa
post #66 of 74
^^ Even if you have the Intel Performance Tuning whatever protection plan, it only takes effect after 30 days.

If you don't have it, you can buy it and then wait 30 days and then send your cpu in to Intel.

Otherwise you're out of luck.
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I was able to run 4.5 oc at 1.23 and was stable. Had pc for about 5-6 months and its been on every day at least over 4 hours a day. Then this past week my 4.5 oc wasn't stable any more. I basically needed a +.015 increase to get back to stable. Now 4.5 runs at 1.256. I either just experienced break in or my chip degraded a little bit. Whats weird is all the 4.4 still runs stable at 1.2. Doesn't need an increase like 4.5 oc.

I might just drop my cpu to 4.2 oc and call it a day. 4.2 runs at stock voltage of 1.160. Only thing is I like the minimum framerate performance increase I get from ocing the cpu. I just like my games as smooth as possible.
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post #68 of 74
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There is something I would like to add I've noticed when adjusting the voltage in the bios; the voltage values have colors, before the mistake I did(of setting the value to 1.9) when i enter 1.23V the color was YELLOW, which matches a table in the user manual of the motherboard, to simplify what I mean is that the manual states that the range 0.8-1.22 will be displayed in BLACK, 1.225-1.280 is in YELLOW, 1.285-1.335 is in PINK, and finally from 1.340-1.990 is in RED.
So now when I key in 1.23V it is in PINK instead of YELLOW, any ideas about the color thing??
post #69 of 74
Were you checking for WHEA errors during your original P95 testing? Maybe those WHEA errors have just worked their way over to P95 and it was never stable in the first place? Just a thought...
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Thread Starter 
Ravagetheearth I dont really understand what do you mean(Noob in Overclocking) but I had once or twice the error of WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR but that wasn't on the first overclock that I did it was after the mistake thing
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