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Originally Posted by Forceman View Post

I think we found our test case for what voltages will cause degradation. All of those seem pretty high to me, well above the average (okay, Vcore's not too bad, but that ring and IO...).

Indeed. Why do you need +0.3+0.3+0.3 for 2200 RAM? When do you start needing them? Which do you need? I've not seen anyone use more than ~+0.2 24/7, only +0.3 in a few ram benching screenshots at like 3000mhz.

I'm a little worried for vrin because of it's 24/7 nature (it will never drop, 2.1vrin for 5000 or 20'000 hours could be fatal on retail chips, nobody knows) but i don't think any issues have been isolated to vrin yet

As it stands, i've got nice 4.6ghz and my encoding temps are in the 60's, but still having trouble stabilizing 48x, and a tad worried about certain voltages
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I've been working on 4.7 recently and bsods all the way up frown.gif
I thought that 9c is vcore related and it is but....
Now I figured it out that 9c ->vrin, 101->vcore, 124->vring
Maybe I'm wrong but I don't think so

If your on windows 8 clock machine blue is core, whea blue is ram, freeze/lockup is uncore
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If your on windows 8 clock machine blue is core, whea blue is ram, freeze/lockup is uncore

There are many reasons as to why a BSOD might appear, it would be more helpful to pay attention to the ERROR CODE that the BSOD provides - as it tells you what part of your PC caused the error.

Download a program called "BlueScreenViewer" in case you weren't able to catch the code....
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Does that work w/ Windows 8?
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Has HW info , CPU Speed bugs? It shows me min. 41 MHz ....dafuq....(not thermal throttle)
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Does that work w/ Windows 8?

According to a friend that's running 8 yes but i'll be seeing for myself on Wednesday!
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Has HW info , CPU Speed bugs? It shows me min. 41 MHz ....dafuq....(not thermal throttle)

Can you show a picture?

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With Haswell, batch seems to be meaningless. For every "good" batch, there is just as many people with average OCs as there are above average.

Generally though, this applies. But again, not so much for Haswell, especially the low vs high VID stuff because heat will be an issue first (unless you are looking for LN2/extreme cooling).

Could you anyways still let me know your entire batch no. (lets just say, for my own curiosity).
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Can you show a picture?
Nothing special just min. CPU speed listed in all Cores 41 MHz...frown.gif
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Does that work w/ Windows 8?

The BlueScreenView program should still work with Windows 8, as it essentially "interprets" the crash dump file and shows you the "highlights" of that crash....I haven't had a BSOD on my Windows 8.1 drive yet (since all my games are ran through Win 7 Ultimate), but maybe I'll cause one when I get home tonight in order to find out for sure....
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