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Originally Posted by Darkwizzie View Post

First loop doesn't stress much at all. After the first test is done, it will loop the second test from then on until you tell it to stop. That's the very stressful one.

Mine pc crash @10 loop. With 101. I am wounder what should i increase? I try add vcore and vrin in higher values, But it crash even much faster. Like 2nd loop. Any suggestion
post #7922 of 19539
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These are the results I'm getting with a 4770k with more adjustments I'm ablr to run 5.2GHZ stable but Vcore of 1.42v. I'm just more comfortable with 4.5GHZ totally stable.

You shouldn't need that much voltagw for 4.5 if you can boot with 5.2 at 1.42. Mine is stable at 1.24 for 4.5 and I can't even boot 5.0 at 1.4
post #7923 of 19539
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Originally Posted by holyking View Post

Mine pc crash @10 loop. With 101. I am wounder what should i increase? I try add vcore and vrin in higher values, But it crash even much faster. Like 2nd loop. Any suggestion
Double post because mobile. Sue me. wink.gif


For 101 you most likely need to up your vrin. Only mess with one variable at a time. Increase your vrin by .005 at a time and see if it takes longer tp bsod or throws a different error code. Make sure and follow the OP like a bible when overclocking.
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x264 20 loops passed.

Still don't understand why I always have a 9-10c variance between cores 0-2 vs core 3 though mad.gif
post #7925 of 19539
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Originally Posted by oranid View Post

x264 20 loops passed.

Still don't understand why I always have a 9-10c variance between cores 0-2 vs core 3 though mad.gif

It's normal to have a 3-7c variance. Try reapply TIM with the pea method.
post #7926 of 19539
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Originally Posted by jameyscott View Post

It's normal to have a 3-7c variance. Try reapply TIM with the pea method.

I used the pea method with the first application. You think it'll help with another?
Edited by oranid - 1/9/14 at 5:15am
post #7927 of 19539
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Originally Posted by jameyscott View Post

Double post because mobile. Sue me. wink.gif


For 101 you most likely need to up your vrin. Only mess with one variable at a time. Increase your vrin by .005 at a time and see if it takes longer tp bsod or throws a different error code. Make sure and follow the OP like a bible when overclocking.


Sorry no money to hire a lawyer. I get 10 pass at 1.375 vcore with 2.04 vrin. I follow the tips up my vrin until 2.20.. it crash after first loop. I wondering if i should go even higher maybe 2.5 but i am not sure what would damage if something bad happen.
Edited by holyking - 1/8/14 at 6:50pm
post #7928 of 19539
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Originally Posted by windowszp View Post

You have to go to "Test" folder then "Avisynth64" and install manually (read readme.txt)

I had this problem too.

@Darkwizzie

It would not pass at any vcore or upping all voltages. Seems there is a hard wall at 4.6.

Anyway I'm running 4.5 now without issues at all.

Passed 2 loops of x264 (2nd pass) with no problems. It's amazing 100mhz makes this much difference.

My settins:
Vrin 1.980
Vcore 1.320
Vring 1.150
Vrin LLC set to Extreme

4.6 Core Clock
4.1Uncore
C3 Enabled
Eist(or w/e is called) Enabled
^ this give me low volts&clock at idle


I will adjust the voltages a bit more later, I got tired of messing around in bios.

Thanks...it works now after I install it manually...now is it normal to say "Error Access is Denied" right above where your benchmark is running?

And to Darkwizzie....I crashed out pretty fast on my 4.8ghz 1.42v during x264 stressing. So would you suggest 2.0v for Eventual Input Voltage? 2.0v for Starting input voltage as well? Any other settings I should look into while I'm in the UEFI?
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that access error is normal and I don't understand how others wouldn't see it. It's launching another file which then creates/copies files - no harm and that's needed, but to get no errors/pop-up/warning from that kind of activity means they've disabled everything.

I don't have this anymore but you can easily see what it's doing.. needed for the x64 run (don't think 32bit needed it).
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that access error is normal and I don't understand how others wouldn't see it. It's launching another file which then creates/copies files - no harm and that's needed, but to get no errors/pop-up/warning from that kind of activity means they've disabled everything.

I don't have this anymore but you can easily see what it's doing.. needed for the x64 run (don't think 32bit needed it).

Yeah, the only way I've found to avoid it (besides running in 32-bit mode) is to run from a administrator-level command prompt. Running the batch file as administrator doesn't work.
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