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This is what I did although I did not test for a week I did test with 8 hours of Aida64 and about 12 hours of gaming with Uncore set to 33. I am just assuming it is Uncore Voltage but may not be so I will test some more with the multiplier at 33. I was just hoping there was a way to tell in the error which one it was.

Thanks,

Lance

Unfortunately not that i(we?) know of, you're kinda stuck making sure that core is working, and then assuming that problems are uncore after you change the uncore on top of your "stable" settings
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Im still having some problem with X45 , got the first BSOD in BF3 MP after about 20 hours stable playing and general usage for 2 weeks. I have passed AIDA64 x2 9hours and a few times X264 15 loops. Settings so far ...

4670K
1.37 vcore
1.95 Input
1.2 Uncore at x33
DDR1333 9-9-9-24 auto volt 1.5v
LLC Extreme

Its kinda frustrating to be able to pass some tests and the next time it breaks down quickly like i couldn't pass X264 yesterday for more than 1 hour when it has pass 15 loops several times with the same settings which takes about 3 hours or so. Im not sure what do try now ,, i could perhaps just drop to 44x and check it again or raise the vcore. Any suggestions ? smile.gif
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Have you guys n' gals tried the newest Prime 95? (28.3) I normally use 27.9 since 28.x heats up so much, even with my delidded cpu......but 28.3 crashed my "stable" 4.8 OC once with 8K fft's. Strangely enough it seems to throw double WHEA errors-something I've never seen before.
The 28.3 version is supposed to stress Haswell more. I will do some more testing and see if it crashes my x48 again.

I'm not real concerned about it, but I know some of you guys like to be able to pass any kind of stress tests. biggrin.gif
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Im still having some problem with X45 , got the first BSOD in BF3 MP after about 20 hours stable playing and general usage for 2 weeks. I have passed AIDA64 x2 9hours and a few times X264 15 loops. Settings so far ...

4670K
1.37 vcore
1.95 Input
1.2 Uncore at x33
DDR1333 9-9-9-24 auto volt 1.5v
LLC Extreme

Its kinda frustrating to be able to pass some tests and the next time it breaks down quickly like i couldn't pass X264 yesterday for more than 1 hour when it has pass 15 loops several times with the same settings which takes about 3 hours or so. Im not sure what do try now ,, i could perhaps just drop to 44x and check it again or raise the vcore. Any suggestions ? smile.gif

It looks like your uncore voltage is pretty high for x33, you could lower that to ~1.8....And what was the BSOD code you got?
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I've tried for a couple of days to get 4.4Ghz stable but I can't seem to get it, even using advice from a few guys here.Even 1.37v isn't enough, and I don't want to go higher than that on air cooling. My chip just isn't up to it frown.gif
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It looks like your uncore voltage is pretty high for x33, you could lower that to ~1.8....And what was the BSOD code you got?

It was 124 so probably more vcore or input voltage perhaps ? ,, yeah 1.2 uncore volt is too much but i will later try to have atleast 40x and im not sure how much uncore volt is needed for that.

Usually i have resets when i have failed X264 but its showing 124 in bviewer. However in bf3 it was a BSOD screen.
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I've tried for a couple of days to get 4.4Ghz stable but I can't seem to get it, even using advice from a few guys here.Even 1.37v isn't enough, and I don't want to go higher than that on air cooling. My chip just isn't up to it frown.gif

What are all of the settings you're using for that 4.4ghz OC?
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It was 124 so probably more vcore or input voltage perhaps ? ,, yeah 1.2 uncore volt is too much but i will later try to have atleast 40x and im not sure how much uncore volt is needed for that.

Usually i have resets when i have failed X264 but its showing 124 in bviewer. However in bf3 it was a BSOD screen.

Just add 0.02vcore, see if it goes away. If it does you can maybe edge down a bit
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Just add 0.02vcore, see if it goes away. If it does you can maybe edge down a bit

Yeah i can try do that , keeping 1.95 and vcore to 1.39 then.. or some more on the input but i don't think its needed or maybe even drop it to 1.9v. I must be close tho for some stability atleast smile.gif
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Yeah i can try do that , keeping 1.95 and vcore to 1.39 then.. or some more on the input but i don't think its needed or maybe even drop it to 1.9v. I must be close tho for some stability atleast smile.gif

If you get a BSOD, post the error code - it'll help everyone figure out what the issue is....thumb.gif

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