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yepyep

also




and bsod
it was a 101 not a 124
hmmm
does that mean it may have been software not oc?

No, 101 is extremely common. It usually points to vcore or VRIN.
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No, 101 is extremely common. It usually points to vcore or VRIN.

dammit
meh will im done trying for tonight, back at stock and going to bed.
post #10123 of 19580
Thanks, last night I got a bsod while playing titanfall beta, but last i checked my overclock was stable, the only variant that changed was I updated to the new nvidia drivers, it hasn't happened since, and I rechecked my memory using memtest86+. I'm concerned because its a whea uncorrectable error, which is usually not enough voltage or a overclocking issue.
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post #10124 of 19580
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Thanks, last night I got a bsod while playing titanfall beta, but last i checked my overclock was stable, the only variant that changed was I updated to the new nvidia drivers, it hasn't happened since, and I rechecked my memory using memtest86+. I'm concerned because its a whea uncorrectable error, which is usually not enough voltage or a overclocking issue.

I have seen people experience whea errors that were caused by a GPU driver so it might not be related to your processor or ram stability.
post #10125 of 19580
Hi my first post in this thread i have 4670k at 4.5 ghz 1.245 v, cache 42 with 1.195 voltages are adaptive and i seem to be getting chrashes from time to time but only when idle it dosnt happen very often do i have to tweak something else for idle usage i heard something abou disabling cstates?
post #10126 of 19580
Here are my submissions. I think I have got an above average chip

For 4.5 Ghz -

Username: devvfata1ity
CPU Model: i5 4670k
Core Multiplier: 45
CPU VID: 1.230
Vcore: 1.245
Uncore Multiplier: 42
Uncore Voltage: 1.148
Cooling Solution: Air
Stability Test: AIDA 64 ( 20+ mins), BF4 (6+ hours), Metro LL ( 6+ hours)
Batch Number:Malay
Ram Speed: 2133 9-11-11-31- 2T
Ram Voltage: 1.6
Input Voltage: 1.756
LLC Setting: 4
Motherboard: Asus Maximus VI Gene (1301 Bios)

For 4.3 Ghz -

Username: devvfata1ity
CPU Model: i5 4670k
Core Multiplier: 43
CPU VID: 1.136
Vcore: 1.152
Uncore Multiplier: 42
Uncore Voltage: 1.148
Cooling Solution: Air
Stability Test: AIDA 64 ( 20+ mins), BF4 (6+ hours), Metro LL ( 6+ hours)
Batch Number:Malay
Ram Speed: 2133 9-11-11-31- 2T
Ram Voltage: 1.6
Input Voltage: 1.756
LLC Setting: 4
Motherboard: Asus Maximus VI Gene (1301 Bios)

4.5.jpg 122k .jpg file

431.13v.jpg 145k .jpg file

I had HWinfo running (thats why I know the vcore), but forgot to maximize while taking screenshot

Also I have observed that under windows 8.1 a little less voltage is required for the same clocks as compared to under windows 7....
Edited by devvfata1ity - 2/19/14 at 9:23am
post #10127 of 19580
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Hi my first post in this thread i have 4670k at 4.5 ghz 1.245 v, cache 42 with 1.195 voltages are adaptive and i seem to be getting chrashes from time to time but only when idle it dosnt happen very often do i have to tweak something else for idle usage i heard something abou disabling cstates?

I believe I read someone else experiencing idle crashes recently in this thread. Not sure if they figured it out. Check the search thread function. thumb.gif
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post #10128 of 19580
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Originally Posted by Onikage View Post

Hi my first post in this thread i have 4670k at 4.5 ghz 1.245 v, cache 42 with 1.195 voltages are adaptive and i seem to be getting chrashes from time to time but only when idle it dosnt happen very often do i have to tweak something else for idle usage i heard something abou disabling cstates?

if your crashing at idle then it is cstates
both c1e and c3/c6 make your voltage drop.

when overclocking its common if not basic practice to turn them off
Edited by mk16 - 2/19/14 at 1:51pm
post #10129 of 19580
It's not necessary to turn them off. People turn them off while testing their overclock stability. I have all c states on with all my overclocks and it's stable.
post #10130 of 19580
think i found a stable oc
vcore in hwinfo says
1.27v
multi x42
uncore multi x35
1.1v uncore
1.93 vrin
c1e, c3, c6/c7, and speed step disabled
intel turbo boost disabled
intel hyper-threading disabled
llc set to extreme
vrin current protection set to extreme.

been 20 minutes now in prime droping volts 0.04v
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