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I was testing another overclock, and then suddenly my PC BSOD'ed. I checked what the cause was and WinDBG says the cause was ntkrnlmp.exe. I found another thread about this but it was a bit outdated. Other times it says that the BSOD was caused by GenuineIntel, which probably is the CPU overclock. Anyone knowing what ntkrnlmp.exe is and how to repair/remove it?

Also, overnight I ran a X264 run with a higher overclock on core 1 (which is usefull because of AC4's ****ty port). Core 1 ran on a 48 multiplier, the other 3 cores on a 47 multiplier.
I did not find HWINFO being capable of showing the individual clock speeds per core, but Asus AI suite and CPU-Z (under multiplier) say 48.
1.38VID, 1.408Vcore, 2.15 VCCIN, 34x cache ratio, 2400Mhz RAM C10.
Can I be charted? Here your form:

CPU Model: 4670k
Core Multiplier: 48 on first core, other three 47.
CPU VID: 1.38
Vcore: 1.408
Uncore Multiplier: 34
Uncore Voltage: stock
Cooling Solution: Dark Rock Pro 2
Stability Test: X264, overnight. Ran about 46 times.
Batch Number: L310C195
Ram Speed: 2400Mhz CAS 10
Input Voltage: 2.15
Motherboard: Asus Maximus Vi Hero

I could probably get the voltages a bit lower, but I will do that another time when I'm bored. Temps aren't a problem yet so I don't see a reason to do it now.

You have been charted, thanks for following the format to the best of your abilities. x46 pass, now that's quite a few runs! Grats on the nice OC, too.

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How are you stress testing your RAM? I can set crazy timings/frequencies but it's not stable. It sounds like you're just setting stuff down without testing it, and 1712mhz 9-9-9-24 is way harder at the same voltage for the RAM than 1600 10-10-10-27.

The fastest way is to run SuperPi 32m and then hyper Pi 32m with all cores. Ofc you have to be 110% sure that your cpu oc is stable. If you can finish both of them, you can run memtest for windows, you open as many windows you need with 1500mb ram on each till you max out. Then you stress till 300%-400%, if you get no error you are completely stable!
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CPU Model: 4770k
Core Multiplier: 45 on first core, other three 44.
Vcore: 1.38
Uncore Multiplier: 41
Uncore Voltage: 1.19
Cooling Solution: H100i
Stability Test: x264, 20 runs
Batch Number: gonna update soon
Ram Speed: TridentX 2X8GB 2400Mhz CAS 10 (1.65v)
Input Voltage: 2.00
Motherboard: Asus Z87 Sabertooth


wish i could push my multipliers more but they need more voltage.i dont know why.
so i stopped working on it and now trying to tighten my ram timings.

im gonna test more with aida64. and x264 also
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#Trial number 4#

I tried new settings and here what i've got

Not really good with the voltage .. but stable.

test : 1 hour XTU , hyperpi 32m and Cinebench 11.5



4770k Batch L316B282 Malay
48/45 1.374v/1.240v (bios)
Memory 2133 11-11-11-30-2 @ 2600 12-13-13-27-1 1.65v
System Agent : + 0.150v
CPU input voltage : 1.900v
Mobo : Asrock extreme 4 latest bios
PSU : OCZ 700watt
Cooling : water custom single loop (ek wb nickle) + 420 rads push pull

Im wondering if i change my old PSU to a new corsair PSU which have better performance will it effect my overclock to get a better results even possible a lower voltage ?

Cheers.
Edited by soulbytes - 1/13/14 at 2:30am
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ATM, I'm willin to sacrifice core for memory

Why on earth would you sacrifice core frequency on your CPU to turn "meh" RAM into.. "still meh" RAM?

That's kinda crazy. Are you validating this with benchmarks? Cinebench r15, Maxxmem, x264 bench, etc
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I have i5 4670k oc 4.5 ghz 1.288 v

but the teeth was 4.8 ghz is already tension needs at 1.52 what to do in such a system, the model probably a bad intel

I have also Corsair H110 27-28c stress 57 -62 c
ratio 45
uncore 40
msi z87 gd 65 bios ver 1.7

corsair vengeance 1866mhz oc 2400mhz 1,65v
Edited by barti2 - 1/13/14 at 6:07am
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is aida64 enough for testing RAMs?? when i check all of the option i get bsod after an hour. but everything is going fine when only stress memory checked.
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is aida64 enough for testing RAMs?? when i check all of the option i get bsod after an hour. but everything is going fine when only stress memory checked.

For a quick RAM check, i use 4ghz profile on CPU (i need under 1.1vcore) with 33x uncore and custom blend prime95 27.9 with 7000MB ram used, 1 min per fft lengh which seems ok
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For a quick RAM check, i use 4ghz profile on CPU (i need under 1.1vcore) with 33x uncore and custom blend prime95 27.9 with 7000MB ram used, 1 min per fft lengh which seems ok

hmm gonna try it when i get home.
do i also need to test it with CPU at the same time.? should I?
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do i also need to test it with CPU at the same time.? should I?

You shouldn't test RAM when CPU is overclocked. You test RAM when CPU is definitely stable to see if the RAM sticks will work with the frequency/timings/voltage - and then later, when CPU is overclocked, that's when you test for CPU stability, separately, and also IMC stability (if your RAM is overclocked)
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