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Hey all. I was wondering if you might help me figure this out. I just did all three tests in prime64, and ran 100 runs of intel burn test. All that just completed today. I figured i was in the clear, but shortly after while using paint of all things, my computer just froze. Not crashed, no blue screen, but just wouldn't respond to anything. I had to hold the power button to shut it off.

I had my mobo set to 100mhzx46, and the cpu vcore set to v1.220. I stepped it up to v1.225 just to see, and it froze again. What is going on? thanks in advance and +rep to all who help.
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post #2 of 8
How were your temps?

and by saying this
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after while using paint of all things, my computer just froze.
do you mean you had all those test running at the same time?

-ROG
post #3 of 8
This can be caused from some of the following .
  • Bad overclock ( unstable)
  • Bad power supply OR Not enough watts
  • registry errors
post #4 of 8
After checking what REPUBLICOFGAMER has advised. You could also consider:-

Go to your event-viewer and see what app caused the freeze and what error might be logged in.
How does your pc respond at stock settings?
It appears to be okay when put under real stress and looses its balance on idle or next to idle... how is you pll voltage set? Is it too low?
How are your VRM settings?
How is your HDD health the one hosting the OS?

What prime version did you use and how long did you run it?
post #5 of 8
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Alright let's see what i can answer here.

-When i was using paint, i was not running the tests.
-As far as ccleaner is telling me i have no registry errors or problems at all
-There is most definitely enough wattage to go around for an overclock like this. 750w i've never had an issue with.
-Event Viewer doesn't help since the computer was completely locked up and had no way to write data during the freeze. I have two critical errors but those are just letting me know that i had two dirty reboots.
-Ram settings are set manually to what the manufacturer specified they'd be able to handle.
-All other settings were set to auto aside from manually adjusting clock speed and vcore. This may be the problem i had.
-SSDlife states that my crucial m4 is at 100% health.
-I used prime64 25.11 build 2.
-under stock conditions, the pc runs perfectly. No hitches and can remain on for as long as i've ever left it.
Edited by Nooblit - 8/14/13 at 2:57pm
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post #6 of 8
You're making this into a mystery, when it really isn't.

This is very simple. Repeat at stock settings and observe. Did it crash? No: Your overclock needs tweaking. Yes: You have a non-overclock-related problem.

Isolate your problem, and report back.
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post #7 of 8
Old version of Prime95, I believe it's v27.7 now and that's a whole other test for newer CPUs. Run Blebd Custom with 90% ram.

What's is your load line calibration setting?
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post #8 of 8
You also need to listen to really what aesthetics1 is saying and the rest too

I had a strong feeling you weren't stable due to the manner of testing. v25.11 or v27.7 isn't suited to test ivies extensively. Test with v27.9 for not less than 12 hrs or 16 and come back here. It really pushes ivies the way they should for stability. I can almost predict that you will need atleast 1.256v if not 1.272v or just there inbetween to be completely stable from that observation
Edited by TLM-610 - 8/15/13 at 3:58am
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