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one thing that would help people help you is if you check the link in my signature on how to put your rig specs into your signature.


good luck sorting this out! looks like a very nice machine!

Thanks mate, just put my system in my sig. Rep'd smile.gif
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Well it looked like having ULPS mode on for the GPU's was causing them to crash so that's sorted now. Playing Metro at 1150 and 1500 and fine now. But still have the problem with overclocking the cpu though. Also booting up is fine now too, just hope I don't get random BSOD's again.

So can anybody explain what's going on with the voltages for my CPU? Only things I change are the multiplyer and core voltage. It'd set the core to 4ghz at 1.25v, reboot and it wants 1.27, reboot and it wants 1.28 and so on. I even went to 1.37v, rebooted and it was asking for 1.38v

 

You have the Load-Line Calibration set too high. It could also be called the "vDroop Control" or something like that in your BIOS. Either way, it's set way too high.

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Would that be in the OC settings or general settings and how would I set it?
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Okay I've found the vdroop offset control. It's on auto and gives me options of 5% increases. What do I do?
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Would that be in the OC settings or general settings and how would I set it?

 

I didn't know, so I downloaded the manual. First, I searched the manual for "calibration" (for Load-Line Calibration) and found nothing. Then, I searched for "vdroop" and I found the answer on page "3-19". You're looking for a setting called "CPU Vdroop Offset Control" in the "DigitALL" section.

 

Try different settings. I recommend starting with 25% and work your way up. So, set it to 25% and then go into Windows and look at your new core voltage while running Prime95. Then, go back and change it to 50% and look again. You don't have to go through each increment. Hell, you could go from 25% to 100% if you wanted to just to see the difference much more clearly.

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First one is with 25% and second is with 70%. Still happening.
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So, even with 25 and 70%, you're still getting a higher core voltage in Windows than what you have set in the BIOS? Does your voltage droop under full load or does it rise?

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Well CPU-Z is showing 1.251v for the last one. Which one should I trust?
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Well CPU-Z is showing 1.251v for the last one. Which one should I trust?

 

What do you mean? Which one should you trust? I'm confused. This isn't about getting an accurate reading here. The voltage that you have set in the BIOS is not the actual voltage that you will ever see in Windows no matter what you do. The voltage that you see displayed by programs like CPU-Z is what you need to go by. All we are doing is trying to get the voltage to be a little lower than what is set in the BIOS.

 

Since 70% is getting us closer to the goal, try 100%.

 

Anyway, again, please answer this time: what does your voltage do when you run Prime95? As soon as you start Prime95, does the voltage droop down, or does it rise up?

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I don't use Prime95 as a lot of people say it pushes Haswell CPU's too hard. I've been using Intel Extreme Tuning Utility for stress testing and the voltage stays constant at 1.251v at idle and load.
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