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Did you leave it for like two or three days with your regular pc use and gaming before you did that? Because it always takes me a couple days of occasional crashes of reducing frequency while i iron out the last like 0.015v's

just get that rogbench thing, that silly awesome program, if you can pass the stress test for an hour, play your stuff and tweak from there. Best advice i can give you
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No I didn't actually. My electric bill is high enough. (went up $150+ since last month) Don't really want to leave it on a 24/7 OC if not in use. I'll give that rog bench a try later on today. I guess. I haven't even tried to game on it yet, been busy. But since it crashed with just casual usage.. I'm pretty sure it'll crash during heavier loads like gaming. I'll take you advice tho smile.gif

I see we have similar batch , i have costa rica 3314B712 and its very hard to overclock so far. Im dealing with 4.2-4.3 aswell which is so low its almost not worth the time. Anyway i have got it stable for 12 hours prime small fft at 1.3v with no other settings than 42x/36x uncore and it ran 4 hours until BSOD at 1.25v with some other tweaks. At 4.4ghz i have managed IBT maximum 30 runs at 1.295v but i want it AVX stable and prime usually instantly resets for me so im not sure if i hit the wall or something. I can boot into windows at 4.5ghz 1.30-31v so i still would like to think its possible some how to get more than 4.2. I have like 30 days refund left so i can try some more settings.

Yeah.. seems these batches (from what I've seen) don't do so well. I know that batches really don't matter. The chart only has a couple of these like batches, and it seems they require a lot of voltage compared to others. I still believe that no stress test will prove stability better than normal daily usage and gaming. As I also found out by my passing x264 and XTU.. I still crashed on casual use. I have no idea what AVX is, nor have I took the time to find out LOL
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Did you leave it for like two or three days with your regular pc use and gaming before you did that? Because it always takes me a couple days of occasional crashes of reducing frequency while i iron out the last like 0.015v's

just get that rogbench thing, that silly awesome program, if you can pass the stress test for an hour, play your stuff and tweak from there. Best advice i can give you

Apparently I can't figure out how to multi quote properly lol. to answer your question, no I didn't. My electric bill is high enough (went up $150+ since last month) and I don't want to run my PC at full OC while not in use. I'll take your advice and give that ROG bench a try. thanks. Here's my screenies of CURRENT settings:



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@darkwizze: my uncore vol is 1.2 not 1.3
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Hey guys, refresh my brain: 9c?

Not sure how to deal with it - just threw +0.02 on vcore, ring, dio and aio. Is there a specific approach or understanding why it happens, or am i good just testing like this?
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Hey guys, refresh my brain: 9c?

Not sure how to deal with it - just threw +0.02 on vcore, ring, dio and aio. Is there a specific approach or understanding why it happens, or am i good just testing like this?

Well, 9C is generally referring to the VCCIN (input voltage) or vcore....If you just increase a bunch of different settings, it becomes difficult to figure out which one is actually the one that needs to be changed....
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Well, 9C is generally referring to the VCCIN (input voltage)

That's the only voltage i thought it unrelated to.
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That's the only voltage i thought it unrelated to.

FWIW, I never got a 9c error in all my testing, and my VRIN and Vring were always higher than they needed to be given my memory+core clock and cache multi. I'd suggest upping either your VRIN or your Vring, or both.

(I'm far from a expert on HW OC'ing)
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Hm well i'll keep in mind, i only ever saw 9c @4.7ghz though, and dark actually saw them first pushing his chip @4.6 nearer ~1.4vcore.

If vcore/ring/io increase doesn't remove it, i'll fall them back and look at vrin
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having some cinebench funsies with my new ram lol

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