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I just installed my 212X. Now I'm gonna try overclocking my chip to it's thermal max ( ~1.25 VID or so ). Brb.
post #5212 of 19539
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Ok i can boot into 45/39 as low as 1.285 vid and run a few minutes worth of tests and bsod,then tried all the way up too 1.3 same thing now trying 1.35 ok going good so far. Is this normal to have such a wide margin between booting up and being stable? Max temp on hottest core 71c
Two runs of x264 bsod thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
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So i think my CPU is stabile @ 45x 1,22 vid(1,23vcore)now i adjust my uncore. I tried 43x uncore before with 1,19v but it crashed after 18 run x264 so 1,195 should work for perfect stability...the Problem must be the uncore..i tested all voltages and clocks separated....
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I'd go 1.2 for safety. x264 isn't a hard test for uncore i think
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Yeah but my MSI board shows 1,2v red....dafuq
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Okay. I seem to have run out of luck with my chip. Did some testing. I'll just do a quick recap. For reference, when I was on the stock Intel, I booted into Windows with 4.7 @ 1.35v. Wasn't stable, or anything. I just wanted to get a validation.

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Testing

Multi - 46x, Vcore - 1.25-1.32v, VRIN 1.9v, VRING 1.15-1.2v, all BSODed in the first pass of x264 with x101.
Multi - 45x, Vcore - 1.2-1.246v, VRING 1.9v, VRING 1.2v, BSOD in first loop of 2nd pass of x264 with x124, at 1.24 VID.

Oddest thing. Increased VID to 1.245 from 1.24, and BSOD on Windows load, when the latter setting booted fine. Now testing with 1.246 VID.

I think I have a low voltage medium OC chip. Or maybe even low OC. Bah. Stupid L314B297 stepping. Just added the stepping so that people who look for this stepping will know it's not too great. Or even good, for that matter.
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Okay. I seem to have run out of luck with my chip. Did some testing. I'll just do a quick recap. For reference, when I was on the stock Intel, I booted into Windows with 4.7 @ 1.35v. Wasn't stable, or anything. I just wanted to get a validation.

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Testing

Multi - 46x, Vcore - 1.25-1.32v, VRIN 1.9v, VRING 1.15-1.2v, all BSODed in the first pass of x264 with x101.
Multi - 45x, Vcore - 1.2-1.246v, VRING 1.9v, VRING 1.2v, BSOD in first loop of 2nd pass of x264 with x124, at 1.24 VID.

Oddest thing. Increased VID to 1.245 from 1.24, and BSOD on Windows load, when the latter setting booted fine. Now testing with 1.246 VID.

I think I have a low voltage medium OC chip. Or maybe even low OC. Bah. Stupid L314B297 stepping. Just added the stepping so that people who look for this stepping will know it's not too great. Or even good, for that matter.

Use like 1.24vcore, 1.8 vrin, near-max vrin llc, 34x uncore, see what core multi you can do with it. 45x x264 for 3 loops of pass 2? if fail, 44x? 43x? Fall down til 100% stable, then tighten and work back up in steps
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sorry, it was 0124, missed the 2 while typing
BSOD bugcheck 0x00000124


EDIT: I tested again 1.35v [1.90v] at JEDEC and it failed, so i'm back to finding a stable voltage for 4.4GHz

What I don't understand is why it passed that setting yesterday...

Can this be PSU related? I have an old 750W PSU

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Now I'm getting watchdog BSODs (0x00000101) with 1.36 vcore, should I push VCCIN to 2v?

I don't understand why it was fine yesterday at 1.9v frown.gif

When something like this happens, it basically means that you've crossed a certain limit till where your chip scales well and at those higher clocks, there's no guarantee of it being stable even at some particular value of voltages, etc.

I'd recommend start from 4.2-4.3Ghz, see how much you need for those speeds and then keep an eye that where the scaling wall gets worse.
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Use like 1.24vcore, 1.8 vrin, near-max vrin llc, 34x uncore, see what core multi you can do with it. 45x x264 for 3 loops of pass 2? if fail, 44x? 43x? Fall down til 100% stable, then tighten and work back up in steps

45x isn't possible with that vcore. Or VID rather. I've bumped it up to 1.255v just to see if it'll do an IBT run on high. After that I'll do 3 loops of x264. If it doesn't fail in the first pass, it usually fails in the first loop.

Testing VRIN - 1.9v, VID - 1.255v, VRING - 1.15v ( 3.5Ghz uncore since 3.4 auto OCs to 4 ), 45x. If this doesn't work, I'll drop down to 1.23 vcore and test 44x.
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45x isn't possible with that vcore. Or VID rather. I've bumped it up to 1.255v just to see if it'll do an IBT run on high. After that I'll do 3 loops of x264. If it doesn't fail in the first pass, it usually fails in the first loop.

Testing VRIN - 1.9v, VID - 1.255v, VRING - 1.15v ( 3.5Ghz uncore since 3.4 auto OCs to 4 ), 45x. If this doesn't work, I'll drop down to 1.23 vcore and test 44x.

How do you know it's not doable if you've only tested with too high VRIN? And the practice i said is i think most agreed upon and best for stability on Haswell unless you're gonna spend 5 months changing settings every day or two like some of us did
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