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Anyone had a board that sits at idle with an Uncore of 8 ? Had been stable at 4.4 GHz with a Vcore of 1.2 V

Z87X-oc force latest BIOS update failed and trashed one BIOS setting, the other is useless at 0.8 GHz.....

This has put me off Gigabyte, was flaky as hell when purchased. I've had a number of system crashes that took out my RAID storage array, and now a system that appears to be running at 0.8 GHz !

Any ideas ?

dunx

P.S. Impact VII maybe ? ( At least I got mine relatively cheaply..... but this is disappointing. )

Thanks Sin for the OC guide !

Well ! It turns out that my system crashes with both my R9 280X GPUs installed ! ( Coolermaster 1250W PSU ! ).

It's fine after a sweep out of all the settings, and a swap to a GTX 970 ! ! !

dunx

P.S. Now at 4.3 GHz @ 1.09 V.... 100% load 24/7

P.P.S. Anyone know somewhere in the UK that could replace the BIOS chips on this board, as I've been given a "dead" one that has two corrupted BIOS settings.....
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hey guys,

I'm looking for a modded bios to be able to run xeon 1240v3 with max turbo on all cores (currently my max on all cores is 3.6). My motherboard is z87x-ud3h. I would appreciate your help guys,

cheers,
Rio
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hey guys,

I'm looking for a modded bios to be able to run xeon 1240v3 with max turbo on all cores (currently my max on all cores is 3.6). My motherboard is z87x-ud3h. I would appreciate your help guys,

cheers,
Rio

I've found help from Stasio on TT forum, had to use UBU software and update microcode to ver. 7 smile.gif
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Hi there,

Seems like I'm a bit late to the party, but here goes. I started OCing my 4670K and achieved good stability with the following settings:

Multiplier 44
VCore 1.25
Uncore 35
LLC Extreme

I've let AIDA64 run overnight, and I have also ran a couple benchmarks for my Video Card and I was able to run 12 hours of stability testing straight with no issues. However, after playing a couple games (notably The Division), I get blue screen with WHEA UNCORRECTABLE ERROR. How can I troubleshoot what's going on? Temperature does not seem to be higher than 68-72 ever.

Here's my setup:
- i5 4670k
- Z87X-UHD5 (F9 BIOS, so some of the screens/settings don't seem to perfectly match the original guide)
- Evo 212
- HyperX Fury 1866 Memory
- GTX 1070
- Fractal Define R5 case (really good cooling!)


Thanks in advance!
Edited by doggo - 12/5/16 at 2:48pm
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Had mine years and been running these settings.

i7 4770K

4.5ghz
vcore - 1.25v
Speedstep off

Thats it really not bothered with other settings.
Max temp is 69c running real bench for an hour.

Gigabyte Z87-D3HP
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