Originally Posted by Raghar I don't understand why some people wanna throw up incredible voltages at CPU, and expects atrocious clocks
. This is reason why I said test it in mild overclock, or/and at stock, first, then do other things when you'd have rock stable settings.
So try minimal voltage for 3.9, or for 4.1 GHz with LLC at medium/or regular. If you wanna to find minimal voltage for 3.7 don't go under 0.7 V. If your PC is rock stable with 1333 do that with 1333.
Post results here. And also post what's your VCCSA at auto.
Then you'd do RAM related tests at 1600 MHz (type down 9-9-9-27 as your primary timings, leave others at auto). If successful go for 1866 MHz (type down 11-11-11-33 as your primary timings) If these timings would work, you might try to tighten them. I'm assuming you received your 64 GB kit already. AFAIK your kits can do this at 1.5 V, what's your DRAM voltage in both channels?
I don't understand why either, glad I'm not doing that
Anyways I just updated the BIOS to 0602 and able to finally get to a windows logon screen vs loading screen before it shoots a fast BSOD.
Steps performed, tweaking voltage in case there wasn't enough for it to go in but after adding a full volt still the same effect, so something else is impeeding progress elsewhere, lowered RAM to 2000 (on block 125 as block 100 won't even dare touch it ) but wow did the temp's jump, I've never seen it go above 30C now its idling @ 45C w/ these settings lol (in bios)
Trying w/ 1333 atm again and seeing if that lands anything if it still BSOD's then ...n/m just BSOD'd something else is wrong lol.
still super fast BSOD's just as I get to the desktop.
Anyone have any suggestions of where I should look?
Interesting... lowered CPU fixed frequ KHz to 300 from 500 and now the BSOD stays vs rebooting. The STOP error is definitely referencing the CPU.
Ok so anytime on 100 block I go to 4.6+ it fritzes on pixels, but if I wait long enough the error/BSOD that comes up references the onboard NIC.
Resetting everything or changing fixes nothing I have to load optimized defaults, save, load into windows THEN restart and re add my settings again.Edited by LunaP - 3/10/14 at 12:21pm