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post #1 of 5
Thread Starter 
I've the Intel i5 3570K, Gigabyte Z77 D3H and 8GB Corsair Vengeance RAM, my target is 4.5GHz, these are the settings I've changed in BIOS,

CPU Clock Ratio: 45
X.M.P: Profile 1
PWM Phase Control: Extreme
VCore Voltage Response: Fast
VCore Loadline Calibration: Medium
CPU VCore: Normal (1.210V)
Dynamic VCore DVID: +0.010

After few minutes of stress testing via Prime95, I got BSOD and it restarted and boot into Windows and then I keep getting BSOD,

  • A clock interrupt was not received on a secondary processor within the allocated time interval
  • An attempt was made to execute to non executable memory
  • Page Fault In Nonpaged Area
  • System Service Exception
post #2 of 5
not enough voltage VCore and also change Phase Control to Optimized.
post #3 of 5
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by malmental View Post

not enough voltage VCore and also change Phase Control to Optimized.
I've the Gigabyte board, but there's no Optimized option

Also I leave CPU VCore at Normal (1.210V) and I just keep upping the Dynamic VCore DVID, is this the correct way?
post #4 of 5
yes, up the VCore in increments and then test for stability..
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post #5 of 5
It should be stable around 1.3v ish if it's a moderate 3570K.
I personally prefer to start with way enough voltage and then start to decrease until it shows bsod.
Be careful not to get too high temps, and I recommend using small ffts test.
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