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Originally Posted by TPCbench View Post

During stress testing, I noticed that there is no throttling even when the core temperature hits ~85 C (HWinfo)

85c is nowhere near throttle temp ...thats why
post #902 of 4581
hey guys just need a little help. tried over clocking this thing again on my ga-z97x-sli and could get up to 3.9GHz with 1.068V, however as soon as i change the Clock ratio to 40 ( 4.0ghz) it instantly starts to freeze or give me blue screen of death.

Any recommendations?
post #903 of 4581
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Originally Posted by Jcapulet786 View Post

hey guys just need a little help. tried over clocking this thing again on my ga-z97x-sli and could get up to 3.9GHz with 1.068V, however as soon as i change the Clock ratio to 40 ( 4.0ghz) it instantly starts to freeze or give me blue screen of death.

Any recommendations?

He wants some juice aka vcore
post #904 of 4581
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Intel Pentium G3258 @4.4GHz
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post #905 of 4581
I set my core to 1.3 and i got up to 4.2 ghz. It ran stable for 30 min but then crashed ( prim 95)
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He wants some juice aka vcore
post #906 of 4581
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Originally Posted by Jcapulet786 View Post

I set my core to 1.3 and i got up to 4.2 ghz. It ran stable for 30 min but then crashed ( prim 95)

I used to use prime a lot for stability but now I just use a mixture of x264, 3dmark, a few CPU heavy games, and some cinibench loops.

What are your voltages for the uncore and eventual input voltage(VIN I think)? You may need to up the input voltage to 1.9v or maybe higher to help stabilize the overclock. I know all chips are different but have you tried lower vcore? I used 1.25v I think for 4.5 GHz on my Pentium, though I am using a Asus z97-P.
post #907 of 4581
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Originally Posted by Jcapulet786 View Post

I set my core to 1.3 and i got up to 4.2 ghz. It ran stable for 30 min but then crashed ( prim 95)

My MSI pcmate board has some default 'OC Genie' settings for the pentium and they are(bios readings):

Vrin: 1.88
Vcore: 1.264, multiplier 43x
Vuncore/ring: 1.008, multiplier 32x
VSA(systemagent): 0.84
Vanalog/digitalIO: 1.016

I guess try those settings and play around with the uncore(below 1.2v) and SA/IO offsets(try +0.05v) which are perfectly safe ranges. I read that if you have BSOD 101 code that is vcore, and BSOD 124/clock_watchdog code is not enough uncore/ too little analog/digital IO, what voltage/speed is your RAM?

Also in my experience with the pentium too much temperature does correlate with BSOD, around 85-90 I seem to get more BSOD, so try to keep it cool. Once I was messing around in MSI afterburner, I checked some option to do with use of kernel level software thinking it sounded good, but apparently it stopped my CPU fans without me knowing. Now a couple of minutes later my computer BSOD, I could no longer boot back into windows without BSOD, I was at 1.33vcore/1.28uncore 4.7ghz thinking now I've done it mad.gif, until I got into BIOS and saw my CPU fan wasn't spinning tongue.gif, it was at 100c for like 5mins and it is still OK thumb.gif

I don't have much experience but I guess in your case you could just have had bad luck with your chip, but see how far you can push it thumb.gif
post #908 of 4581
Ok I've set the vcore to 1.415v in bios adaptive for 48x, running prime95 now pray for my chip guys so it doesn't die biggrin.gif max temps are 80c and and drawing 1.448v in hwmonitor.
post #909 of 4581
Sigh, Prime blend runs for 10mins before I get the fatal error: rounding was 0.5, expected less than 0.4. I think this happened because i increased digital/analog IO to +0.150, if I don't increase digital/analog it will bsod. Now I have to tweak more voltages :/ The funny thing is I get this error when everything is at stock too and I have to bump the dram voltage to 1.6 to get rid of the error :/ This is some elcheapo 1600mhz RAM, I think I need to eventually RMA this RAM mad.gif
post #910 of 4581
i have been looking for a friend about onboard graphics with this chip?

from what i can see...
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Being Haswell based, the processor does come with an integrated GPU as well, Intel HD Graphics. It comes with 10 execution units, where the common Intel HD 4600 IGPs on the Core i7 series have 20 execution units.

does this mean it is just a cut down version of the HD4600??
Edited by stubass - 8/16/14 at 10:29pm
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