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Originally Posted by TPCbench View Post

CPU ratio = 42
CPU uncore ratio = 38
CPU Vcore = 1.250 V
Vrin aka VccIN = 1.90 V
VccIN PLL = High
Ring voltage = 1.150 V
XMP profile = disabled
DRAM ratio = 13.33 (default)
All other settings left to AUTO or BIOS default


I haven't done yet an IBT run but it already crashes in POV-Ray 3.7 built-in benchmark

I am using a stock cooler.

What should I do ?

What are your temps?
Try and push your volts up by 0.010-20mv to attain stability, and what is your ram clocked at?
Try bringing your Cache down to 3.2GHz, that can also affect stability, the best thing to do is to get your Cores stable, and then do the Cache after.
post #692 of 4581
CPU ratio = 42
CPU uncore ratio = 32
Turbo Boost = disabled
CPU Vcore = 1.275 V
VccIN = 1.800 V
VccIN PLL = AUTO
Ring voltage = 1.150 V
XMP profile = disabled
DRAM ratio = 13.33 (default)
All other settings left to AUTO or BIOS default


It now completes the POV Ray 3.7 benchmark. According to Real Temp 3.7, peak core temperature reached 82 C. Ambient temperature around 32 C

By the way here are the results of POV Ray 3.7 benchmark
Pentium G3258 @ 4.2 GHz = 746 PPS / elapsed time 351 seconds
A10-5800K @ 4.1 GHz = 775 PPS / elapsed time 337 seconds


I think my Vcore for 4.2 GHz is too high and I don't know yet if it will even pass 10 runs of Intel Burn Test @ Very High stress level

4.2 GHz will crash if Vcore is 1.250 V only


I also run couple of game benchmarks. Pentium G3258 @ 4.2 GHz and A10-5800K @ 4.1 GHz have almost the same average frame rate but the frame time graph of A10-5800K is much smoother. I used FRAPS Bench Viewer to draw the frame time graph of FRAPS benchmark output. I'll post pictures later
Edited by TPCbench - 8/1/14 at 11:31pm
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Using the same BIOS settins in my post above

Blue graph - Pentium G3258 @ 4.2 GHz
Red graph - A10-5800K @ 4.1 GHz

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Edited by TPCbench - 8/1/14 at 11:48pm
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Hmmm I vaguely remember an issue I had on my msi z77a-gd65 where it would do this. Turned out to be an issue with a plugged in USB device.

Could be totally unrelated, but I was overclocking when it did happen and I initially assumed it was related.
I only have a keyboard and a mouse plugged in frown.gif I think i officially hate this mb.
post #695 of 4581
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Originally Posted by TPCbench View Post

CPU ratio = 42
CPU uncore ratio = 32
Turbo Boost = disabled
CPU Vcore = 1.275 V
VccIN = 1.800 V
VccIN PLL = AUTO
Ring voltage = 1.150 V
XMP profile = disabled
DRAM ratio = 13.33 (default)
All other settings left to AUTO or BIOS default


It now completes the POV Ray 3.7 benchmark. According to Real Temp 3.7, peak core temperature reached 82 C. Ambient temperature around 32 C

By the way here are the results of POV Ray 3.7 benchmark
Pentium G3258 @ 4.2 GHz = 746 PPS / elapsed time 351 seconds
A10-5800K @ 4.1 GHz = 775 PPS / elapsed time 337 seconds


I think my Vcore for 4.2 GHz is too high and I don't know yet if it will even pass 10 runs of Intel Burn Test @ Very High stress level

It crashed in Intel Burn Test (Very High stress level) after 4 runs. Peak core temperature was 84 C. Stock cooler

Do I have a poor OC chip ?
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post #696 of 4581
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Originally Posted by TPCbench View Post

Using the same BIOS settins in my post above

Blue graph - Pentium G3258 @ 4.2 GHz
Red graph - A10-5800K @ 4.1 GHz

Palit GeForce GTX 750 Ti StormX Dual 2GB

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Tomb Raider 2013


You mean to tell me, all this time there was a FRAPs benchmark viewer? doh.gif
And I resorted to using excel spreadsheets...

About your chip, I wouldn't necessarily call it a poor OC chip, but it might be a bit below average unfortunately.
If you can, try 4.3-4.4GHz at 1.285-1.3v, hopefully you can do it or higher.
It could also mean you need 0.050mv higher to do 4.4GHz than me.
Edited by TopicClocker - 8/2/14 at 2:46am
post #697 of 4581
OC stability check update

CPU ratio = 43
CPU uncore ratio = 32
Turbo Boost = disabled
CPU Vcore = 1.350 V
VccIN = 2.000 V
VccIN PLL = High
Ring voltage = Auto
XMP profile = Disabled
DRAM ratio = 13.33 (BIOS default)
All other settings left to Auto or BIOS default

Passed 10 runs of Intel Burn Test using Very High stress level


For the Vcore, I think it's really 1.350 V when running 4.3 GHz. Using 1.325 V results to BSOD. I envy those who can run ~4.5 GHz using ~1.3 Vcore frown.gif

I also installed my very old Cooler Master Hyper TX3 cooler. Based on HWinfo, core temperature during Intel Burn Test run is 80 to 82 C. It's night time here right now and ambient temperature is ~30 C
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post #698 of 4581
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How did you get your voltages beyond 1.1v? you seemed to be having trouble before.
What's your VCCIN set to?

I did a fresh install of Windows 8.1. My previous system was on a Z87 from Gigabyte (essentially the exact same MB but Z87 instead of Z97). I popped in my SSD once I had the new MB in place and everything booted up fine (no other component changed), so I didn't bother with a new install. But I figured maybe my problem was with a driver conflict, so I did a fresh install on my new Z97. I dunno, maybe that helped.

CPU ratio: 43
CPU uncore ratio: 38
VRIN: Auto
Vcore: 1.325

I haven't touched any other settings - they were left at their default.

I use a Corsair H60, temps at 4.3Ghz and 1.325Vcore result in a max of around 60C.


Edited by Ramzay - 8/2/14 at 6:26am
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Originally Posted by TPCbench View Post

OC stability check update

CPU ratio = 43
CPU uncore ratio = 32
Turbo Boost = disabled
CPU Vcore = 1.350 V
VccIN = 2.000 V
VccIN PLL = High
Ring voltage = Auto
XMP profile = Disabled
DRAM ratio = 13.33 (BIOS default)
All other settings left to Auto or BIOS default

Passed 10 runs of Intel Burn Test using Very High stress level


For the Vcore, I think it's really 1.350 V when running 4.3 GHz. Using 1.325 V results to BSOD. I envy those who can run ~4.5 GHz using ~1.3 Vcore frown.gif

I also installed my very old Cooler Master Hyper TX3 cooler. Based on HWinfo, core temperature during Intel Burn Test run is 80 to 82 C. It's night time here right now and ambient temperature is ~30 C

I now tried setting the DRAM speed to 2,133 MHz. DRAM voltage and DRAM timings were left to Auto

It passed 5 runs of Intel Burn Test using Very High stress level. It also completes the POV Ray 3.7 benchmark and is faster now than my previous A10-5800K @ 4.1 GHz
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post #700 of 4581
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Quote:
Originally Posted by TPCbench View Post

OC stability check update

CPU ratio = 43
CPU uncore ratio = 32
Turbo Boost = disabled
CPU Vcore = 1.350 V
VccIN = 2.000 V
VccIN PLL = High
Ring voltage = Auto
XMP profile = Disabled
DRAM ratio = 13.33 (BIOS default)
All other settings left to Auto or BIOS default

Passed 10 runs of Intel Burn Test using Very High stress level


For the Vcore, I think it's really 1.350 V when running 4.3 GHz. Using 1.325 V results to BSOD. I envy those who can run ~4.5 GHz using ~1.3 Vcore frown.gif

I also installed my very old Cooler Master Hyper TX3 cooler. Based on HWinfo, core temperature during Intel Burn Test run is 80 to 82 C. It's night time here right now and ambient temperature is ~30 C

Hmm that doesn't look too good. frown.gif

Quote:
Originally Posted by TPCbench View Post

I now tried setting the DRAM speed to 2,133 MHz. DRAM voltage and DRAM timings were left to Auto

It passed 5 runs of Intel Burn Test using Very High stress level. It also completes the POV Ray 3.7 benchmark and is faster now than my previous A10-5800K @ 4.1 GHz

What was your ram running at before? if you were running at 2, 133 MHz I would drop it to 1333 MHz to see if that improves stability.
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