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Not that sure as I don't have Asus mobo. But if you checked in HWmonitor and it shows your uncore as stock under load, then that's good indication it's at stock.


x124 = MOAR VCORE CAP'N
x101 = I THINK MORE VCORE CAP'N BUT IM NOT TOO SURE
IRQL NOT LESS OR EQUAL = MIGHT BE YOUR GPU CAP'N BUT I MIGHT JUST BE A DRIVER ISSUE

Thats about what you need to know.
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Thanks guys. Been browsing XS and it definitely seems like it's a shot in the dark with batches frown.gif Some good with 307, some terrible. Some great 310s and 312s, the rest terrible. I guess I'll wait a bit longer until something consistent hits. Not a huge rush, as long as this SR-2 doesn't decide to die.

I have an early Malay chip that does 4.8 @ 1.38V

I haven't tried to do 5.0 since my delid but before I did play around with it and was at 5.0 with something like 1.42 if I remember correctly.
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Thats my error both on 4.2@1.25v and 4,4@1.3v
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What's your VRIN, VRIN LLC, ring voltage, uncore multi and digital io set to?
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[quote name="Scblacksunshine" url="/t/1411077/haswell-overclocking-thread-with-statistics/3060#post_20863vcssa Having some problem OC my 4770k, hoping you guys can give me some suggestion or maybe have seen something like before? I was able to OC to 4.3 with 1.22 Vcore and uncore at 36, auto V and some minor changes to VCCIN (1.85) SA/IO + .010..etc. Even ran my RAM down to 1600 non XMP even though they're 1866. Anyway long story short, able to do a couple of hrs of Prime 95 and AIDA 64, everything ran stable and was able to play games (Crysis 3, Shift 2..etc) and everything is running fine. The biggest problem is, during a cold boot after the comp has been turned off overnight, after I boot into Windows 8, let it idle for a while (15-30 mins) and almost everytime, it will kick me to the OC failed press F1 to go back to Bios screen and this is on idling. Tested it again this morning and same thing. Check PSU output and everything is in line and it doesn't do that ran I ran it at stock clock. At this point, I am pulling my hair out trying to figure it out. It's strange too, once the computer is warmed up so to speak, it doesn't reboot to OC failed again. Tested RAM with memtest and HCI mem test and both passed even at 1866 but CPU at stock speed. At this point, what can I experiment to make resolve this? I think my CPU is solid, since I was able to boot into windows at 4.5 with 1.2v as stated on the Asus baseline test.


i7-4770K 3.5GHz Quad-Core OC to 4.3 1.22vcore, ring 3.6 Auto VCCIN 1.85
Corsair H60
MSI Z87 MPOWER ATX LGA1150
G.Skill Sniper Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR3-1866 9-10-9-28 XMP 1.5V changed to 1.575V in Bios
Asus GeForce GTX 770 2GB
Samsung EVO 840 500GB
PSU Corsair TX 750[/quote]

Same here!
I have too the MSI MPower z87 and like you I have this issue

At def it works fine but in OC it does this stupid reboot.
For me is a bug of mobo, I saw that if I remove voltage (no power line connected) the issue doesn't appare, bit if turn of normaly my ring it will reboot

I have try to disable all fast boot settings, rise up vcore by 0.1v, rise up SA by 10mV, riseup vring and vcssa by 0.1 without result. I think that it's a memory related problemi but for now I don't have a real solution
post #3076 of 19540
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Originally Posted by devilmcry View Post

[quote name="Scblacksunshine" url="/t/1411077/haswell-overclocking-thread-with-statistics/3060#post_20863vcssa Having some problem OC my 4770k, hoping you guys can give me some suggestion or maybe have seen something like before? I was able to OC to 4.3 with 1.22 Vcore and uncore at 36, auto V and some minor changes to VCCIN (1.85) SA/IO + .010..etc. Even ran my RAM down to 1600 non XMP even though they're 1866. Anyway long story short, able to do a couple of hrs of Prime 95 and AIDA 64, everything ran stable and was able to play games (Crysis 3, Shift 2..etc) and everything is running fine. The biggest problem is, during a cold boot after the comp has been turned off overnight, after I boot into Windows 8, let it idle for a while (15-30 mins) and almost everytime, it will kick me to the OC failed press F1 to go back to Bios screen and this is on idling. Tested it again this morning and same thing. Check PSU output and everything is in line and it doesn't do that ran I ran it at stock clock. At this point, I am pulling my hair out trying to figure it out. It's strange too, once the computer is warmed up so to speak, it doesn't reboot to OC failed again. Tested RAM with memtest and HCI mem test and both passed even at 1866 but CPU at stock speed. At this point, what can I experiment to make resolve this? I think my CPU is solid, since I was able to boot into windows at 4.5 with 1.2v as stated on the Asus baseline test.


i7-4770K 3.5GHz Quad-Core OC to 4.3 1.22vcore, ring 3.6 Auto VCCIN 1.85
Corsair H60
MSI Z87 MPOWER ATX LGA1150
G.Skill Sniper Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR3-1866 9-10-9-28 XMP 1.5V changed to 1.575V in Bios
Asus GeForce GTX 770 2GB
Samsung EVO 840 500GB
PSU Corsair TX 750

Same here!
I have too the MSI MPower z87 and like you I have this issue

At def it works fine but in OC it does this stupid reboot.
For me is a bug of mobo, I saw that if I remove voltage (no power line connected) the issue doesn't appare, bit if turn of normaly my ring it will reboot

I have try to disable all fast boot settings, rise up vcore by 0.1v, rise up SA by 10mV, riseup vring and vcssa by 0.1 without result. I think that it's a memory related problemi but for now I don't have a real solution[/quote]


Interesting, I am thinking it's the mobo too. Can you clarify by what do you mean remove voltage (no power line connected)? I like to give this a try and see
post #3077 of 19540
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Originally Posted by Scblacksunshine View Post

Having some problem OC my 4770k, hoping you guys can give me some suggestion or maybe have seen something like before? I was able to OC to 4.3 with 1.22 Vcore and uncore at 36, auto V and some minor changes to VCCIN (1.85) SA/IO + .010..etc. Even ran my RAM down to 1600 non XMP even though they're 1866. Anyway long story short, able to do a couple of hrs of Prime 95 and AIDA 64, everything ran stable and was able to play games (Crysis 3, Shift 2..etc) and everything is running fine. The biggest problem is, during a cold boot after the comp has been turned off overnight, after I boot into Windows 8, let it idle for a while (15-30 mins) and almost everytime, it will kick me to the OC failed press F1 to go back to Bios screen and this is on idling. Tested it again this morning and same thing. Check PSU output and everything is in line and it doesn't do that ran I ran it at stock clock. At this point, I am pulling my hair out trying to figure it out. It's strange too, once the computer is warmed up so to speak, it doesn't reboot to OC failed again. Tested RAM with memtest and HCI mem test and both passed even at 1866 but CPU at stock speed. At this point, what can I experiment to make resolve this? I think my CPU is solid, since I was able to boot into windows at 4.5 with 1.2v as stated on the Asus baseline test.


i7-4770K 3.5GHz Quad-Core OC to 4.3 1.22vcore, ring 3.6 Auto VCCIN 1.85
Corsair H60
MSI Z87 MPOWER ATX LGA1150
G.Skill Sniper Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR3-1866 9-10-9-28 XMP 1.5V changed to 1.575V in Bios
Asus GeForce GTX 770 2GB
Samsung EVO 840 500GB
PSU Corsair TX 750

Have you tried disabling C6/7? Maybe it's a deep sleep problem.
post #3078 of 19540
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Have you tried disabling C6/7? Maybe it's a deep sleep problem.

No, that's a good idea. I left C state to Auto. Would C6/7 even kick in while idling for 15-30 mins?
post #3079 of 19540
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Originally Posted by Scblacksunshine View Post

Same here!
I have too the MSI MPower z87 and like you I have this issue

At def it works fine but in OC it does this stupid reboot.
For me is a bug of mobo, I saw that if I remove voltage (no power line connected) the issue doesn't appare, bit if turn of normaly my ring it will reboot

I have try to disable all fast boot settings, rise up vcore by 0.1v, rise up SA by 10mV, riseup vring and vcssa by 0.1 without result. I think that it's a memory related problemi but for now I don't have a real solution


Interesting, I am thinking it's the mobo too. Can you clarify by what do you mean remove voltage (no power line connected)? I like to give this a try and see[/quote]

If you remove the ac power plug from the electrical socket(220v) when you will reconnect the plug you will see that the problem won't appare. I don't know why but in my case "works" all time
But it isn't a fix
post #3080 of 19540
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Originally Posted by Forceman View Post

Have you tried disabling C6/7? Maybe it's a deep sleep problem.
I have all C states disabled, che problem for me is something in POST, memory related.
But for now last BIOS doesn't fix ... I don't know
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