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Being Giga thread, probably doesn't apply here.. but HW Monitor 1.24 does show the volts correctly for ASUS at least but it's under VIN4. VCORE is reading VCCIN. Oddly though, it shows 0.02v difference (less) for cache volts compared to HWInfo.
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Being Giga thread, probably doesn't apply here.. but HW Monitor 1.24 does show the volts correctly for ASUS at least but it's under VIN4. VCORE is reading VCCIN. Oddly though, it shows 0.02v difference (less) for cache volts compared to HWInfo.
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Hwinfo and Hwmonitor are two entirely different and seperate programs that reference different sensors.

Yes, the newer versions of CPU-Z have been broken for many haswell vcore readings for a very long time now.

If that's the case then i will try 1.64 version of CPUZ.
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Went back to all stock/default settings to find out why i was having 1.192V as VID when i should either have 1.190V or 1.191V.
Repeated all OC settings and logged into Windows to open Hwmonitor/Hwinfo/CPUz to get perfect VID - 1.191V .LOL
I must have goofed somewhere in b/w those settings.tongue.gif
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What could be causing my computer to shutdown in the middle of an AIDA64 stress test?

In a previous test I had an OC of 4.5GHz, VCore at 1.25, VRING at 1.1, Uncore at 3.9GHz and temps never went past 82'C. The temps would stay within 50'C and high 70'C. The CPU would never throttle as well. The test ran a little over an hour and when I come back to my room, I find my pc at the Windows 8 Login...

Am I doing something wrong?

Also AIDA64 CPUID would read my voltages as 1.27, and my frequency at 4.489. This should be expected from what I read in the OP right?
Edited by G2O415 - 1/9/14 at 10:31pm
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What could be causing my computer to shutdown in the middle of an AIDA64 stress test?

In a previous test I had an OC of 4.5GHz, VCore at 1.25, VRING at 1.1, Uncore at 3.9GHz and temps never went past 82'C. The temps would stay within 50'C and high 70'C. The CPU would never throttle as well. The test ran a little over an hour and when I come back to my room, I find my pc at the Windows 8 Login...

Am I doing something wrong?

Also AIDA64 CPUID would read my voltages as 1.27, and my frequency at 4.489. This should be expected from what I read in the OP right?

It failed the stress test (by crashing). Probably because of not enough voltage, but if you download the program BlueScreenViewer you can see what the cause of the crash was and that'll help you troubleshoot/improve stability. My guess is it was a 124 error, and you need more Vcore.

http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/blue_screen_view.html
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It failed the stress test (by crashing). Probably because of not enough voltage, but if you download the program BlueScreenViewer you can see what the cause of the crash was and that'll help you troubleshoot/improve stability. My guess is it was a 124 error, and you need more Vcore.

http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/blue_screen_view.html
I thought my RAM may have been the cause but right when test got to two hours my PC bsod.

Also would like to know how long should a stress test go on for to determine stability?
Edited by G2O415 - 1/10/14 at 12:20am
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As long as you want, it'll never be "1000% stable" anyway even with prime etc
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Okay, so I did a new test and these are my current settings:

Core Multiplier: 4.5GHz
VCore: 1.26v
VRIN Override: 1.8v
Uncore Multiplier: 4GHz
vRing: 1.1v

Was able to run AIDA64 for 3 hours; highest temp was 78 Celcius, CPU fan running a little under 1200 RPM (highest 1180RPM), but for some reason the VCore on AIDA64 reads around 1.28v. This is normal right? HWInfo read 1.257v.

With that said here's an image of the run and stats, is this a decent overclock for what the settings are set to?

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If you set 1.26 in bios, the 1.28v reading is correct, not the 1.257 one, and yea, reasonable

1.1 ring seems really low for 4ghz uncore though. You could crash because of that (i oc with 33x uncore and 1.15 ring when pushing or changing core, but need closer to 1.2 than 1.15 for 4.0 on it)
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If you set 1.26 in bios, the 1.28v reading is correct, not the 1.257 one, and yea, reasonable

1.1 ring seems really low for 4ghz uncore though. You could crash because of that (i oc with 33x uncore and 1.15 ring when pushing or changing core, but need closer to 1.2 than 1.15 for 4.0 on it)
Ah okay, I'll bump it up a bit then. Only reason I set it to 1.1 was because of the chart in the OP

Just out of curiosity, what applications take the Uncore into consideration? I have my Uncore set at 4GHz but HWInfo shows about 3.8GHz being used.
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