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post #10141 of 19539
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Originally Posted by mk16 View Post

then i must have a really crappy chip
1.27-1.28v for 4.2ghz

still think its windows though
keeps asking me to do a start up repair.

You aren't overclocking the bus are you? Sounds like your overclocking may be silently corrupting data, but that usually doesn't happen with multiplier overclocks
post #10142 of 19539
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then i must have a really crappy chip
1.27-1.28v for 4.2ghz

still think its windows though
keeps asking me to do a start up repair.

Windows does that often when you crash in certain ways. Every time a boot fails, it'll throw that up automatically IIRC

Throwing too much voltage, especially vcore is also an issue. If you don't have a starting point such as:

1.23vcore, 1.9vrin with llc, 1.15 ring, 40x core, 33x uncore - increase core multi while stable but only while stable without changing any voltages

then i'd reccomend starting there. If you can only stabilize 41x on that profile, it's basically the worst chip recorded on OCN (or very close to it)
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You aren't overclocking the bus are you? Sounds like your overclocking may be silently corrupting data, but that usually doesn't happen with multiplier overclocks

uncore and core multi
never touched the pcie clock or the host clock or any of that, its all at auto....
wait a minute could leaving it at auto be messing it up?


also im getting a 280x by the 20 of next month so i'll reinstall because it switching brands (gt610 right now)
and try my hand at overclocking once more.

look at bios f8

whgat
Edited by mk16 - 2/19/14 at 9:02pm
post #10144 of 19539
What what? There's beta f8c and actual f8 (which you probably want)
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What what? There's beta f8c and actual f8 (which you probably want)

i was talking about how f8 says supports new 4th generation intel core processors
also im on f7 but yeah i'll probably get a 4gb usb format to fat32 and upgrade.
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Yea, there are rumored Haswell refresh CPU's. Maybe not-so rumored recently
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arent the refreshes all non K cpus?
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arent the refreshes all non K cpus?

It seems so. At least all info currently available shows no k cpus.

btw I've given up getting to 4.6Ghz

1.45v seems to be not enough rolleyes.gif

I just don't get it what kind of chip I have:

Stock 1.01v
4.0Ghz 1.10v
4.2Ghz 1.15v
4.3Ghz 1.21v
4.4Ghz 1.3v
4.5Ghz 1.4v
4.6Ghz ?

Is this an average or below average chip?
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It seems so. At least all info currently available shows no k cpus.

btw I've given up getting to 4.6Ghz

1.45v seems to be not enough rolleyes.gif

I just don't get it what kind of chip I have:

Stock 1.01v
4.0Ghz 1.10v
4.2Ghz 1.15v
4.3Ghz 1.21v
4.4Ghz 1.3v
4.5Ghz 1.4v
4.6Ghz ?

Is this an average or below average chip?

What's your temps?

Air cooling is limiting you. Are you delided?
post #10150 of 19539
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4.3Ghz 1.21v
4.4Ghz 1.3v
4.5Ghz 1.4v

Looks to me like you're throwing far too much vcore without dealing with other stuff properly (vrin is the big one most people miss)

It's not a multiplier vs vcore like you state
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