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post #6111 of 19540
Probably not the greatest idea OC'ing with it on auto. Did you monitor what voltage it was running at with you're current multiplier?

I'd need to check if your board displays debug codes. EDIT - it doesn't. Scratch that idea then! smile.gif
post #6112 of 19540
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Originally Posted by Doug2507 View Post

Probably not the greatest idea OC'ing with it on auto. Did you monitor what voltage it was running at with you're current multiplier?

I'd need to check if your board displays debug codes. EDIT - it doesn't. Scratch that idea then! smile.gif
Auto vrin works fine its 1,76v but 1,8v dont work...whats th prob.?
post #6113 of 19540
It'll be at 1.76v on idle but may well rise when under load. Boot to windows, put the core under 100% load and use HWMon/Info to check what voltage vrin is at. Unless anyone else has another idea…? I'm guessing it'll be higher than 1.8v.

The only other thing that's going through my head right now is RAM.
post #6114 of 19540
1,76v idle and 1,744v prime95 !!!!!!!!!!!!
post #6115 of 19540
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Originally Posted by Menphisto View Post

1,76v idle and 1,744v prime95 !!!!!!!!!!!!
ASUS mobos have the concept of initial VRIN and eventual VRIN. I wonder if you raise your eventual VRIN too high but not your intial VRIN if that differential prevents the mobo from starting up. (there's even something called shadow VRIN which happens before the initial VRIN).

Now I don't know what your mobo is, or if that is even relevant for you, but if you if you have that option, trying also upping your initial VRIN to the same value as the eventual VRIN and see if that helps your system post.
post #6116 of 19540
No eventual vrin and so on ...only one voltage and one setting for it
post #6117 of 19540
Leave it on auto then….. rolleyes.gif

Struggling to understand why you have posted 'stable' OC's so many times but yet still continue to change settings.
post #6118 of 19540
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Originally Posted by creos7 View Post

ASUS mobos have the concept of initial VRIN and eventual VRIN. I wonder if you raise your eventual VRIN too high but not your intial VRIN if that differential prevents the mobo from starting up. (there's even something called shadow VRIN which happens before the initial VRIN).

Now I don't know what your mobo is, or if that is even relevant for you, but if you if you have that option, trying also upping your initial VRIN to the same value as the eventual VRIN and see if that helps your system post.

Initial VRIN is for start up and should be left on Auto for most cases. Eventual VRIN is for post-boot and is the setting you want to actually change. This seems to be a ASUS only thing, so if someone is experiencing non-post errors, then just upping the only VRIN setting should help. Although, I haven't had any issues with posts even with low VRIN. If the board is not posting, it might indicate another issue such as death of CPU, bad RAM, etc etc.
post #6119 of 19540
Yeah x264 stabile oc but i want a 24h prime95 oc
post #6120 of 19540
One question, why?
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