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should i be using 64bit test? the only one that work was 32. thanks
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My overclock only crash @ prime95 28.1 336k FFT sometimes not low fft , 400k and so on ? Whats wrong ? x264 stable

It really helps if you get the error code that was in the BSOD, seeing as computers can crash for any number of reasons.
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Can you update to this.

Username: error-id10t
CPU Model: 4770K
Core Multiplier: x44
CPU VID: 1.265v
Vcore: 1.28v
Uncore Multiplier: x44
Uncore Voltage: 1.23v
Cooling Solution: WC
Stability Test: x264 10 runs r2358
Ram Speed: 2400MHz

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Really dam chilly down here in FL tonight:

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Hey guys, quick question, can I run cinebench when adaptive mode is enabled in bios? If so, is that the only program I can run to test?
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The first page of this forum has some suggestions for programs to test your video card's OC....
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Hey guys, quick question, can I run cinebench when adaptive mode is enabled in bios? If so, is that the only program I can run to test?

Adaptive may over volt your CPU with additional Vcore, depending upon the test you run, so just be careful with what you set in the bios.
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Adaptive may over volt your CPU with additional Vcore, depending upon the test you run, so just be careful with what you set in the bios.

Yeah, I'm aware of that. I just wasn't sure if there was a test out there I could run on adaptive. My core v is already 1.20v just at 4.2ghz. I set the ring to 41. I guess I'll work more on it tomorrow night. By the looks of it... Don't think I'll be going too much past 4.2 frown.gif
Thanks!
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Yeah, I'm aware of that. I just wasn't sure if there was a test out there I could run on adaptive. My core v is already 1.20v just at 4.2ghz. I set the ring to 41. I guess I'll work more on it tomorrow night. By the looks of it... Don't think I'll be going too much past 4.2 frown.gif
Thanks!

1.2v isn't that much....You still have quite a bit of room....
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1.2v isn't that much....You still have quite a bit of room....

When I originally started, with just changing the CPU ratio and nothing else.. It was at 1.3 lol. Think I should back the ring down to where it was? I see a lot of people using 100mhz below their CPU ratio that's why I set it to 41
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