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So Wednesday, my first day with the chip, I had it 4.5 @ 1.25v running great. 4 hours of Stress testing with Prime and LinX went great. Then while playing a League of Legends game, it crashed and gave me the 124. I found out that somehow it had been unstable when I ran LinX again and it crashed. So I lowered the clock to 4.4, and this time I used AIDA to test because what I heard is that's much more accurate for testing. I just booted my computer today, and I open Chrome then BSOD. AIDA has now been running for an hour, no BSOD and temps are fine. Any possibilities it's another component of my computer or something else is going wrong?
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So Wednesday, my first day with the chip, I had it 4.5 @ 1.25v running great. 4 hours of Stress testing with Prime and LinX went great. Then while playing a League of Legends game, it crashed and gave me the 124. I found out that somehow it had been unstable when I ran LinX again and it crashed. So I lowered the clock to 4.4, and this time I used AIDA to test because what I heard is that's much more accurate for testing. I just booted my computer today, and I open Chrome then BSOD. AIDA has now been running for an hour, no BSOD and temps are fine. Any possibilities it's another component of my computer or something else is going wrong?

Just raise your voltage a bit or drop your clock. Its just not 100% stable.
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Hm... so now it's deciding if I should go up to 1.3v and seeing 90-92c max temps or dropping to 4.3.
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So Wednesday, my first day with the chip, I had it 4.5 @ 1.25v running great. 4 hours of Stress testing with Prime and LinX went great. Then while playing a League of Legends game, it crashed and gave me the 124. I found out that somehow it had been unstable when I ran LinX again and it crashed. So I lowered the clock to 4.4, and this time I used AIDA to test because what I heard is that's much more accurate for testing. I just booted my computer today, and I open Chrome then BSOD. AIDA has now been running for an hour, no BSOD and temps are fine. Any possibilities it's another component of my computer or something else is going wrong?

What mobo are you using? are you using 'Offset' or 'manual' vcore voltage?

As for stress testing, I stopped using it after completing more than 20 hours of Prime95 and then BSODing while playing NFS The Run after a few hours! I'm sure a few other members faced the same thing while browsing/gaming....

Once you think your oc is stable, try playing heavy titles for a few hours just to be sure.


Here's how to put your rig in your sig:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1258253/how-to-put-your-rig-in-your-sig
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1. How should we know what the rest of your setup is apart from the fact that you have a 4770k chip if you need help?
2. AIDA is just a laughable stability stress tool only good for reading temps and specs. Have you tried running BF3 after testing with it if you are so
confident in it?
3. Your chip has AVX2 instructions,have you tested using Prime 95 with AVX2 instructions and blend test for atleast 12hrs without errors?
4. Have you run memtest on your rams at stock to know whether they can at least make 10 passes without errors?

You don't seem to have done enough because you don't seem keen about the details of your pc.
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1. How should we know what the rest of your setup is apart from the fact that you have a 4770k chip if you need help?
2. AIDA is just a laughable stability stress tool only good for reading temps and specs. Have you tried running BF3 after testing with it if you are so
confident in it?
3. Your chip has AVX2 instructions,have you tested using Prime 95 with AVX2 instructions and blend test for atleast 12hrs without errors?
4. Have you run memtest on your rams at stock to know whether they can at least make 10 passes without errors?

You don't seem to have done enough because you don't seem keen about the details of your pc.
My bad, I thought I had put it in my sig before I started posting. And as for the Prime 95 better than AIDA, you're probably the only person I've ever seen say that. Everyone else has told me to use AIDA as it tests much more than Prime 95. Could be mistaken though.
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Originally Posted by TLM-610 View Post

1. How should we know what the rest of your setup is apart from the fact that you have a 4770k chip if you need help?
2. AIDA is just a laughable stability stress tool only good for reading temps and specs. Have you tried running BF3 after testing with it if you are so
confident in it?
3. Your chip has AVX2 instructions,have you tested using Prime 95 with AVX2 instructions and blend test for atleast 12hrs without errors?
4. Have you run memtest on your rams at stock to know whether they can at least make 10 passes without errors?

You don't seem to have done enough because you don't seem keen about the details of your pc.

And yeah, I played Far Cry 3 for about 3 hours last night. No problem at all. I haven't ran Memtest with this motherboard, however I did about a week ago with no problems.
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Its just that Intel said Haswell is more fun to OC then IVY so it will take longer to get lower OC then IVY.
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post #9 of 14
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What mobo are you using? are you using 'Offset' or 'manual' vcore voltage?

As for stress testing, I stopped using it after completing more than 20 hours of Prime95 and then BSODing while playing NFS The Run after a few hours! I'm sure a few other members faced the same thing while browsing/gaming....

Once you think your oc is stable, try playing heavy titles for a few hours just to be sure.


Here's how to put your rig in your sig:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1258253/how-to-put-your-rig-in-your-sig
I'm using manual voltage. I'll start playing BF3/FC3 for a while now, see if I run into anything.
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post #10 of 14
No it's probably your chip. You can try to see if it's your ram, but I highly doubt it. Usually, if the ram is unstable, the computer won't even boot.

http://translate.google.com/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&js=n&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.overclockers.ru%2Flab%2F54326%2FIssleduem_razgonnyj_potencial_Intel_Core_i7-4770K_test_desyati_ekzemplyarov_processora.html&act=url

Haswell is actually horrible for OC.

I would recommend you run prime95 for at least 12 hours while having Realtemp in the background. Some of the BSOD might be caused by the fact that your processor is way too hot, and throttling occurred. Having an unstable processor can sometimes really mess up your system, including corrupting files and such.
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