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what vcore you using again and what are your ambient temps and im assuming your not delidded correct?

I'm not even overclocking right now. Using default 3770k settings and default bios settings to see why my CPU isn't even functioning at normal stock speeds. Not delidded, you are correct. Considering it is 4 AM, I'd say ambient temp is around 20-23 C.
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whats your cpu temps? @coretemp
~35-40 C under the 45% load. Reference images taken in original post and replies.

Edit: I'm off to bed as it is quite early in the morning. Hopefully there will be some more answers to check later in the afternoon. I'll try to stay optimistic and hope you great minds come up with something! thumb.gif
Edited by problemgaming - 8/8/13 at 4:26am
post #22 of 29
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The vcore I manually set, 1.190, I know works with 4.2ghz as it worked before this issue started to occur. I wanted to overclock with offset values and loadline calibration, so I looked up a generic guide someone set up for 4.5ghz and went forward from there. :/ I booted into windows with those setting (in the first post images), so I figured it was stable enough to start testing. I'll go back a bios version to test. Perhaps it is an issue with the new ivy bridge microcode?

You need a program that can see the processor's VID. The DVID offset you're setting gets added to that VID value and the result is VCore. Here's how it looks in practice for me:



You'll see VID values at the top of the screenshot, VCore is somewhere at the bottom. DVID is set to 0.250. In theory it should be (VID) 1.2 + (DVID) 0.25 = (VCore) 1.45, and that's also very close to what VCore looks like reported by programs.

My BIOS settings are very similar to what you use. The screen with LLC looks exactly like yours from the first post of this thread (LLC "High", response time "Fast", phase control "exm perf"). You can just leave the page with turbo boost multipliers on default "Auto" settings from top to bottom, and go back up a screen and instead change the single "35" multiplier you see there. Gigabyte boards will actually set the turbo multipliers behind the scenes for you if you do that.

Programs that can see VID are "hwinfo64" and "coretemp".

You should go back to your 4.2ghz overclock with fixed voltage. Start a stress test program and look at the VID. Then use that to translate your 4.2ghz overclock into DVID offset overclock. Use that 4.2ghz overclock as a base for further exploration. For interesting speeds with VCore between 1.2v and 1.4v, I need at least +0.05v for every +100mhz increase.
post #23 of 29
Try using a unmodded BIOS?
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post #24 of 29
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You need a program that can see the processor's VID. The DVID offset you're setting gets added to that VID value and the result is VCore. Here's how it looks in practice for me:



You'll see VID values at the top of the screenshot, VCore is somewhere at the bottom. DVID is set to 0.250. In theory it should be (VID) 1.2 + (DVID) 0.25 = (VCore) 1.45, and that's also very close to what VCore looks like reported by programs.

My BIOS settings are very similar to what you use. The screen with LLC looks exactly like yours from the first post of this thread (LLC "High", response time "Fast", phase control "exm perf"). You can just leave the page with turbo boost multipliers on default "Auto" settings from top to bottom, and go back up a screen and instead change the single "35" multiplier you see there. Gigabyte boards will actually set the turbo multipliers behind the scenes for you if you do that.

Programs that can see VID are "hwinfo64" and "coretemp".

You should go back to your 4.2ghz overclock with fixed voltage. Start a stress test program and look at the VID. Then use that to translate your 4.2ghz overclock into DVID offset overclock. Use that 4.2ghz overclock as a base for further exploration. For interesting speeds with VCore between 1.2v and 1.4v, I need at least +0.05v for every +100mhz increase.
I have provided images of hwmonitor both in a comment reply and the original post. I have also already tried going back to a manual voltage for 4.2ghz that worked before, didn't help as the issue still persisted. I am unable to even reach stock settings of 3.5GHZ with a default bios. frown.gif
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Try using a unmodded BIOS?

I have tried, same issue. :/
post #25 of 29
Well, it really doesn't make any sense. Confusing is also that it's running at 1600 MHz when inside the BIOS, so it's not Windows being the cause. I always thought it's the OS that clocks the CPU down by using SpeedStep, and if there's no OS running that's prepared to do power saving, it'll always run with the multiplier for four cores turbo. Some kind of temperature protection limiting speed also does not make sense as CPU temperature is at about 30 C in your screenshots. From everything you've shown, it should just work.
post #26 of 29
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Well, it really doesn't make any sense. Confusing is also that it's running at 1600 MHz when inside the BIOS, so it's not Windows being the cause. I always thought it's the OS that clocks the CPU down by using SpeedStep, and if there's no OS running that's prepared to do power saving, it'll always run with the multiplier for four cores turbo. Some kind of temperature protection limiting speed also does not make sense as CPU temperature is at about 30 C in your screenshots. From everything you've shown, it should just work.

frown.gif Took out the motherboard battery for 2 hours to clear cmos. Still stuck at 1600 mhz according to bios reading.
post #27 of 29
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Anyone else have any ideas what may be wrong?
post #28 of 29
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Issue solved! Apparently I must've ticked the ln2 switch on the motherboard when replacing the CPU pump. Turning the ln2 switch off, I am not stuck at 1600 mhz anymore! smile.gif
post #29 of 29
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Originally Posted by problemgaming View Post

Issue solved! Apparently I must've ticked the ln2 switch on the motherboard when replacing the CPU pump. Turning the ln2 switch off, I am not stuck at 1600 mhz anymore! smile.gif

Very nicely done! not the mistake but the ability to find that issue yourself! thumb.gif
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