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post #11 of 15
Reset your your settings to the same values I previously provided.

Run OCCT one more time but stop it at the one minute mark (assuming it doesn't fail before then). OCCT will open up a "results" file and you'll find several charts in the there. Post up a copy of the chart for cpu voltage. I'd like to see what your cpu voltage was running at under load.

Then set everything back to default BIOS values so you can use your computer while I look at the cpu voltage chart.
Edited by wevsspot - 8/17/13 at 2:12pm
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2013-08-19-17h07-Voltage-+3.3V.png 32k .png file

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post #13 of 15
CPU voltage looks good and steady. Change back to overclock settings previously noted but change CPU voltage from 1.14v to 1.12v and test again. If that fails, change CPU voltage the other way (set to 1.16v) and test again.
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Well i finally had some time freed up and did what you told me to do. I set the cpu voltage to 1.14 then to 1.16v and ran the OCCT for not even a minute and it gave me the blue screen.

So I decided to just up it a couple notches, went with 4100Mhz @ 1.23v and ran the OCCT for about 15 minutes. No hiccups. I feel that this cpu can go up more just by looking at the cpu temps. It spiked up to 85 for about a second and then it stayed in the mid 70s during the entire test.

Here is the screen shot.

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post #15 of 15
Making progress then. Since you know that it will run at 4.1Ghz at 1.23v........

I'd recommend leaving your cpu multiplier at 41 and then lower the cpu voltage by .005v and retest. Rinse repeat until you get an OCCT failure at 15 minutes or less. Then increase cpu voltage by .005v and run OCCT for 2-4 hours and see if it passes.

Goal here is to find the lowest stable cpu voltage for 4.1Ghz
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