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Hello,
I just can't get my 4670k over 4Ghz with 1.25v. I'm new to overclocking, so I guess I'm missing something (or was it just bad luck with the cpu?)
This is the mainboard I use: http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/mainboards/display/gigabyte-ga-z87x-d3h.html
You can see all the possible settings. When I start prime with 4,3 Ghz the whole computer freezes after 1 test, followed by a bsod after some time. Same with 4,2 and 4,1 (except it freezes later).
Can someone guide me through this? I'm not even sure if 4Ghz is stable, though it lasted 20 tests, and I don't want to waste time with it now if I'm doing something wrong.
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I"m still holding down 4.6 giggles without the fort knocking over, thankfully. No Bsods while gaming (and it's been a good 100+ hours already, i is nolifer). I actually Bsoded from my internet driver. MY INTERNET DRIVER!!! Dear god.

The stability of my 4.6 is remaining constant. I could get a Bsod after 3-5 nights of continuous chess though. But it's rare enough for me to not even bother to think about it. Probably will decrease if I change the Vrin but I don't feel compelled to.




Yeah that's pretty interesting. I think if I personally start getting BSOD's at 4.6giggles I'll just drop back to 4.5 where temps are very, very cool. But damn BCLK is a really frustrating exercise, mostly because you're changing multiple variables at once.

I think there's something fishy about BSOD 101. I never got any 101 errors in all my time of testing 2 different chips, until I tried to mess with BCLK. Maybe it has something to do with my Uncore or Memory frequency... thinking.gif More testing to do tonight! smile.gif
post #7193 of 19539
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I'm a bit wary of reading too much into Bsod codes. On my system, when I'm closer to stability I just Bsod less, I never restart. Often times I just hear people Bsod less and less until they don't Bsod at all.

But what I'm doing is I'm advertising x20 x264 as stable. If you Bsod when you go around gaming or doing whatever you do, then there are issues I might need to deal with. If you're Bsoding on normal use, all I can see that is left is to proceed with a higher vcore/vrin combination (or lower multiplier by one).

My system restarts sometimes when it's close on vcore, and bsod viewer reads as 124, but there is no BSOD. I didn't see it do it for anything but 124 and vcore though

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Hello,
I just can't get my 4670k over 4Ghz with 1.25v. I'm new to overclocking, so I guess I'm missing something (or was it just bad luck with the cpu?)
This is the mainboard I use: http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/mainboards/display/gigabyte-ga-z87x-d3h.html
You can see all the possible settings. When I start prime with 4,3 Ghz the whole computer freezes after 1 test, followed by a bsod after some time. Same with 4,2 and 4,1 (except it freezes later).
Can someone guide me through this? I'm not even sure if 4Ghz is stable, though it lasted 20 tests, and I don't want to waste time with it now if I'm doing something wrong.

Set 1.85 VRIN, 1.25vcore, 1.15 ring and then in power options or whatever it is called, set VRIN LLC to extreme, and then you can set core multiplier to etc 42x and manually put the uncore frequency under advanced frequency options to 33x multi. You can test from there, but don't use prime. Also, ALWAYS state which BSOD it is - "The tires fell off my car" is far more helpful than "my car is broken" thumb.gif
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Well it shows BSOD 124 with the bluescreen viewer but normally i never see BSOD on this system ,, only when im totally unstable like having the same vcore when i barely can log into windows. I get instant reboots instead which i believe is when you are closer to stable ?

If you get Instant reboot without blue 124 I would try raising Vrin/Input +0.01-0.03 and see what it does. This did for me sometimes. Then Input voltage is not set at right frequency yet. You did x264/Aida 2.5 hours so you are very close to good stability. smile.gif Just had this with I7 4770K in Prime 27.9. The right settings are super important with Haswell.

With my I5 when trying to get 4.6 stable, system would always give out 101 errors or 9c. In the end I had to raise Vcore mostly then Vrin to 1.93 with no LLC on. Now 4.6 complete stable. Did some Prime 27.9 1344k, x264 and can play Battlefield 3 for weeks without bsod's.
Edited by Alxx - 12/21/13 at 9:17am
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I think is just vcore, considering it only happens when bsodviewer says 124 and i've also only seen confirmed 101 for too low vrin
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If you get Instant reboot without blue 124 I would try raising Vrin/Input +0.01+0.02 and see what it does. This did for me sometimes. Then Input voltage is not set at right frequency yet. You did x264/Aida 2.5 hours so you are probaly close to good stability. smile.gif

Yeah it think its the input voltage that needs some small changes "hopefully" smile.gif
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Hello,
I just can't get my 4670k over 4Ghz with 1.25v. I'm new to overclocking, so I guess I'm missing something (or was it just bad luck with the cpu?)
This is the mainboard I use: http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/mainboards/display/gigabyte-ga-z87x-d3h.html
You can see all the possible settings. When I start prime with 4,3 Ghz the whole computer freezes after 1 test, followed by a bsod after some time. Same with 4,2 and 4,1 (except it freezes later).
Can someone guide me through this? I'm not even sure if 4Ghz is stable, though it lasted 20 tests, and I don't want to waste time with it now if I'm doing something wrong.

In addition to what is said, if you're having issues already, go slowly. If 4.1ghz stability is shoddy, don't go onto 4.2ghz. Otherwise you'll end up testing all sorts of frequencies and guessing completely at random and crashing and having all sorts of nastiness. :thumbsdow

 

Or you can just do overnight  x264. Really, if you crash on normal usage after passing x264, I will have to scratch my head really hard. Also, which prime version are we looking at?

 

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My system restarts sometimes when it's close on vcore, and bsod viewer reads as 124, but there is no BSOD. I didn't see it do it for anything but 124 and vcore though
Set 1.85 VRIN, 1.25vcore, 1.15 ring and then in power options or whatever it is called, set VRIN LLC to extreme, and then you can set core multiplier to etc 42x and manually put the uncore frequency under advanced frequency options to 33x multi. You can test from there, but don't use prime. Also, ALWAYS state which BSOD it is - "The tires fell off my car" is far more helpful than "my car is broken" thumb.gif

My car is broken. :lmaosmile 

 


Edited by Darkwizzie - 12/21/13 at 9:11am
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Tried 4,3 Ghz and got bluescreen 124 after 6 tests. Or more like, it froze again and didn't show a bluescreen for 10 minutes, then I restarted. Now running 4,2 using Prime 27.9
How high can I go with my vcore btw? I'm at max 80°C with prime at 1,25v
edit: nvm, prime went to 92°C after 30 tests, guess I'll download that x264 thing
Edited by NewTag - 12/21/13 at 9:36am
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Prime95 27.9 - 28.1 usually gets alot warmer than x264 so its can be better to stress with x264 and you can raise the vcore more.
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Tried 4,3 Ghz and got bluescreen 124 after 6 tests. Or more like, it froze again and didn't show a bluescreen for 10 minutes, then I restarted. Now running 4,2 using Prime 27.9
How high can I go with my vcore btw? I'm at max 80°C with prime at 1,25v
edit: nvm, prime went to 92°C after 30 tests, guess I'll download that x264 thing
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Set 1.85 VRIN, 1.25vcore, 1.15 ring and then in power options or whatever it is called, set VRIN LLC to extreme, and then you can set core multiplier to etc 42x and manually put the uncore frequency under advanced frequency options to 33x multi. You can test from there, but don't use prime. Also, ALWAYS state which BSOD it is - "The tires fell off my car" is far more helpful than "my car is broken" thumb.gif
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