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yeah i got this ram for $20 local lol, already got some gskill trident X 2400mhz cas 10 on its way here lol.

how can i run it in realtime priority? like i said this is my first time using it tongue.gif

If that's the 2x8gb kit drop it to 1T for a nice easy bump. thumb.gif
post #5782 of 19540
Seems that 101 is caused by wrong IO volts, as well as VRIN. I saw some screenshots that i'd taken before, and some stuff just didn't add up.

This is >EXTREMELY< confusing, because on gigabyte boards, you appear to have no way whatsoever to see what your IO volts are, you can only set offsets to them, but they change based on your RAM speeds and such, i hear.

I'm encoding now, will edit with results

edit: Failed after 12 min, 101. I don't believe though it's down to VRIN or vcore

I have a 20 minute pass right here, @1.95 vrin, 1.345vcore, +0.1 sa and dio.

Another 8 minute pass, at 1.88vrin, 1.32!! vcore. All in my screenshots folders.

So if i'm chain crashing in a time ranging from 8 seconds to ~2-5 minutes, i refuse to blame my not-higher-than-2.05-vrin-or-over-1.36-vcore
Edited by Cyro999 - 11/23/13 at 4:29am
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Meh...

42 multiplier
34 uncore
1.28 vid / 1.29vcore
1.2 vring
1.9 vrin
1600mhz 11-12-12-30 1.65v (2133mhz Dom Plat 2x4gb)

Still getting BSOD Code 124 in x264 stress. GG WP.
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I've just popped my cherry, got my first ever 101 BSOD.

Cinebench15 @ x46 and cache @ x39 gives me 940. It's too late to start playing around with this for tonight anymore but earlier when I changed uncore from x42 down to x35 there was a 1.4% difference (drop, so 0.2% per multi). So in theory, if I raise cache to x44 I should see 950.
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Meh...

42 multiplier
34 uncore
1.28 vid / 1.29vcore
1.2 vring
1.9 vrin
1600mhz 11-12-12-30 1.65v (2133mhz Dom Plat 2x4gb)

Still getting BSOD Code 124 in x264 stress. GG WP.

Try dropping vring down to 1.15v and see if that makes any difference. smile.gif
post #5786 of 19540
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So in theory, if I raise cache to x44 I should see 950.

I got 952 @46/44.

I also got 948 at 46/40, though.

That was with sammy low volt RAM at like ~2400c11 though. I got tighter timings since
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Try dropping vring down to 1.15v and see if that makes any difference. smile.gif

Thanks for the tip smile.gif vring @ 1.15v caused a crash at desktop unfortunately
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I found the same, uncore made a marginal difference but a difference none the less. Good when trying to eek out that little bit extra.

Have you run it with those timings then tight? Hadn't got round to doing ram so ran mine near enough stock. If tightening things up makes a difference then i'll be all over it like a rash trying to break 210 single! biggrin.gif
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Thanks for the tip smile.gif vring @ 1.15v caused a crash at desktop unfortunately

Wow, didn't expect that for x34! Gather x34@1.2v has been no problem for lower core multi's? If that's the case then i would think it's either vrin/vcore (or both) that need a kick up the backside!

x264's normally pretty good at letting you know if you're going in the right direction (or past it) with each adjustment. You could try leaving core as is, test vrin in .005v increments up to around 2.0v. keep an eye on x264 and check progress each adjustment makes, you may end up going backwards at some point! If still not stable drop vrin back to 1.9v, increase core by .005v then repeat. thumb.gif That way you'll test every core/vrin combination within .005v up to whatever maximum you decide on. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by fleetfeather View Post

Meh...

42 multiplier
34 uncore
1.28 vid / 1.29vcore
1.2 vring
1.9 vrin
1600mhz 11-12-12-30 1.65v (2133mhz Dom Plat 2x4gb)

Still getting BSOD Code 124 in x264 stress. GG WP.

What board do you have? Try

42x multi
35x uncore
1.28VID
1.15 VRING
1.8 VRIN
1.65v XMP.

That's a basic profile. Some boards force cache multi to x40 when loading. Also, someone had suggested earlier that very high voltages may be disliked by the processor.
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