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Ok, I'm testing with XMP, 4000mhz with 1.070 vcore. Should I change to 4500mhz, or stay at 4000mzh?
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Ok, I'm testing with XMP, 4000mhz with 1.070 vcore. Should I change to 4500mhz, or stay at 4000mzh?

Start low, then go higher. That way you will discover the wall of your chip. It appears you have a pretty bad one unfortunately.
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Ok, Thanks for your help so far!
post #24 of 31
Wait, 4.5GHz has a standard voltage of 1.35v?

I was trying 1.25v this whole time.... that's why I backed down to 1.2v for my 4.4GHz overclock O_o

Thanks for the info Big StroonZ
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Ok, Thanks for your help so far!
For ASUS board you have to increase the VCCSA as it is the power to the IMC but not to high it can easily be damaged with high volts. I think 1.1 is a good starting voltage but wouldn't go any higher if you don't have great cooling.
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I can run Prime95 Small FFTs with 100% load over nigth without any BSOD on 4.5ghz. But when I use Blend test i get an instant BSOD 0x124. What da flip flop is causing this?? If anyone could explain this to me, or have any idea of why this is happening, please help me! Thanks!
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BSOD Error code is 0x124, so either increase/decrease QPI/VTT first, if not increase/decrease vcore...have to test to see which one it is.


Basically to sum it up, You probably need higher VCore because it's not stable. BSOD's can even happen while idling.
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I'm so tired of hearing that... But still thanks for the advice. And it's mostly Sandy Bridge where you usually change the QPI/VTT.

Oh. And BTW: I tried 4.5ghz on 1.4v. It didn't work. I tried 4.0ghz and it ran fine on Blend with only 1.070v.



Temps 100% load: Stock clock: 37C
4.5ghz on 1.4v: 58-61c
Edited by Sawix97 - 3/18/14 at 6:10am
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Sandy Bridge doesnt ''ussually'' needs QPI/VTT higher, its the same as with IVY, as soon as you running the combination of High Mhz + High memory then allot of times you need to higher those.
I run 5.0Ghz (1.56v vcore) on default qpi/vtt with only DDR3-1866 ram.
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Sounds like a bad chip unfortunately.
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