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OK I have been posting a couple older threads the last couple days but felt like this needs a new one as I'm am now going crazy. I just failed prime at the normal settings but with about 90% of ram used at 12 and a half hours. I got a 124 blue screen.

So for anyone that says you are 100% stable even after 12 hours wrong but here is the bios pics anyone see anything I'm doing wrong or should I try more voltage or just give up like I have said I would do but just cant seem to do it. Almost forgot this is 4.5ghz at 1.35-1.36 volts

I also just noticed I have internal PLL over volt turned off could this be holding me back at 4.5???



post #2 of 30
I have the same MOBO as you lol, and the same exact problems OCn my 2500K (when i had it) to 4.5GHz. Some reason I can get stable clocks at 4.4, 4.6, and 4.8. But at 4.5 I can't even get it to boot for some odd reason.

Turn on internal PLL, I had to turn mine on to exceed 4.4ghz from what I remember when i had my 2500k
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Man I have had this problem for months for a long time I just gave up but now I care I think its this board there hit or miss and I think this one is a miss. I will try 4.6 see if maybe it passes or seems to be more stable we will see.
Edited by cbr600 - 4/26/13 at 10:04pm
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Turned on internal PLL over voltage and failed prime this morning after over 10 hours code 124 again had voltage at 1.36-1.37 in CPUz. I just don't get it I don't see this chip needed close to 1.4 volts to get 4.5 stable when I can go 10-12 hours and then it fails. Any other idea or should I just say this set up is not going to get 4.5 I also tried 46 multiplier that 124 coded in about 15 min.
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I have no clue what else to tell you lol. I was at it for a week, and just stuck with 4.2-4.4ghz. I almost forced myself to buy a new mobo, but I switched to Ivy and I'm running 4.2ghz which is roughly similar to 4.5 on a 2500k.
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Originally Posted by cbr600 View Post

Turned on internal PLL over voltage and failed prime this morning after over 10 hours code 124 again had voltage at 1.36-1.37 in CPUz. I just don't get it I don't see this chip needed close to 1.4 volts to get 4.5 stable when I can go 10-12 hours and then it fails. Any other idea or should I just say this set up is not going to get 4.5 I also tried 46 multiplier that 124 coded in about 15 min.

I will say my 2500k requires 1.392v under load to be stable @ 4.5ghz. It idles at around 1.404v. So it could be the voltage.
Edited by icehotshot - 4/29/13 at 12:12am
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I have no clue what else to tell you lol. I was at it for a week, and just stuck with 4.2-4.4ghz. I almost forced myself to buy a new mobo, but I switched to Ivy and I'm running 4.2ghz which is roughly similar to 4.5 on a 2500k.

I've been looking to re-overclock my 2500k (on the p8p67 pro board!) and the vcore you've set for 4.5 seems ok. JJ's guide (asus forums) states:

Increased range between 44 to 47x multipliers will generally require a voltage range between 1.30 to 1.375V with an LLC recommended setting of high to ultra high.

But I've also seen from these forums (http://www.overclock.net/t/968053/official-the-sandy-stable-club-guides-voltages-temps-bios-templates-inc-spreadsheet) that there could be other reasons for the 124 blue screen. If you scroll a bit down on the first post (to *~*IMPORTANT TIPS & FINDINGS*~*) you'll notice they mentioning that the PLL voltage could be the cause of 124 errors. I went through a few of the links they put up on this topic and its suggested that the PLL voltage could either be too high or too low on some chips (there doesn't seem to be any standard from one chip to the next!). They suggest start from 1.40 and work your way up. I know its time consuming but once you find the PLL sweet spot then you should be ok and wont need to change it again. If its bellow what you've currently got as well you may even be able to take a few notches of the VCore to help with temps.

I've not put any of this into practice as haven't had to time to re-overclock my chip but hope it puts you on the right path smile.gif
Edited by Durden - 4/29/13 at 4:45am
post #8 of 30
I could run my old i5 2500k at 4.7Ghz without problems at 1.365V. 4.8Ghz was impossible no matter how high i set the volt. But 4.9Ghz was no problem.

I don't know why this happens either..
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I could run my old i5 2500k at 4.7Ghz without problems at 1.365V. 4.8Ghz was impossible no matter how high i set the volt. But 4.9Ghz was no problem.

I don't know why this happens either..


What volt did you need to use for the 4.9Ghz?
post #10 of 30
Do not turn on PLL overvoltage. that would lend more to instability long term than stability. what i'd recommend (if you haven't already..i haven't time to read all the other posts but I would like to try and help if I can.) Do the following:

Turn off C1 state
turn off c3/c6 state
turn off EIST/speedstep
turn off turbo boost
EDIT: disable thermal throttling
disable package c states
set all your clock speeds to 45 or 4.5 (even before you turn off turbo boost, set your turbo ratios all to 45 then disable turbo boost)
set your PLL voltage to 1.62
vcore load line calibration to the next to highest level from the most extreme
RAM To all stock settings (NOT auto. do the timings and voltages manually as specified by manufacturer)

ONLY use manual vcore do not use offset when stress testing. if you like offset after you find your "stable" voltage, have at it, but manual vcore for stress testing for sure.
As far as BCCode 124 goes, I get that only when it relates to Vcore issues personally.


** THis information comes 99% directly from Sin0822 who is probably one of, if not the most knowledgeable user on these boards related to motherboards, and it worked for me better than any other settings i've ever tried with sandy/ivy. Good luck.
Edited by clintwilks - 4/30/13 at 4:16am
 
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