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I tried 1333 with the same timings as 1600 but it seems to make very little/no difference, actually I wouldn't mind underclock if it makes it stable bigeyedsmiley.png, I swear this ram is making me dumber xD Anyway I'll probably rma it eventually when its more convenient. Now that its kind of stable back to overclocking wheee.gif

Aha good luck! biggrin.gif
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I tried 1333 with the same timings as 1600 but it seems to make very little/no difference, actually I wouldn't mind underclock if it makes it stable bigeyedsmiley.png, I swear this ram is making me dumber xD Anyway I'll probably rma it eventually when its more convenient. Now that its kind of stable back to overclocking wheee.gif


yarb... this sounds like a problem that's not related to ram...

either something wrong on the motherboard settings side... or BIOS needs update.. or sumtin'
post #963 of 4582
Quick question here..

I have my G3258 stable at 4.5GHz and 1.275v.

However, I hate how it's constantly sitting at max voltage.

What's the proper way of setting 1.275v as the max voltage and have it normally downclock the voltage at idle? Adaptive?
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Guys, what does BSOD code 124 mean for an Intel Haswell setup ?

There is a BSOD guide here in OCN but there is no list for Haswell
http://www.overclock.net/t/935829/the-overclockers-bsod-code-list


I'm getting BSOD code 124 during gaming. Last night I also got it while runnung x264 Stability Check v2
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Quick question here..

I have my G3258 stable at 4.5GHz and 1.275v.

However, I hate how it's constantly sitting at max voltage.

What's the proper way of setting 1.275v as the max voltage and have it normally downclock the voltage at idle? Adaptive?

Did you use CPU-Z to check the core voltage ? In my case, the core voltage is also fixed as shown by CPU-Z.

But HWinfo shows the idle core voltage. Perhaps there is still a bug with CPU-Z

Try HWinfo
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Guys, what does BSOD code 124 mean for an Intel Haswell setup ?

There is a BSOD guide here in OCN but there is no list for Haswell
http://www.overclock.net/t/935829/the-overclockers-bsod-code-list


I'm getting BSOD code 124 during gaming. Last night I also got it while runnung x264 Stability Check v2

I get that whenever I clocked my G3258 too high and the voltage was too low.
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Originally Posted by TPCbench View Post

Did you use CPU-Z to check the core voltage ? In my case, the core voltage is also fixed as shown by CPU-Z.

But HWinfo shows the idle core voltage. Perhaps there is still a bug with CPU-Z

Try HWinfo

Here's a photo for you to take a look at.

Note the minimum values and current values in HWMonitor and how CPU-Z has the voltage at 1.277v regardless the fact that it's at 800MHz.



Here's HWinfo


Edited by bernieyee - 8/23/14 at 1:37am
post #967 of 4582
Anyone here have Arma 3? Could you please please get on a near full multiplayer server like king of the hill or altis life and let me know what fps you are getting? I just bought this CPU but am waiting for it to ship.
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Okay im back thumb.gif
Chilled loop......



Raining here since Friday and humid so my QDC's are a little sweaty . This means turn thermostat down


http://valid.canardpc.com/we2q9c


This thing clocks real good esse yessir.gif
Volts are high cause that's whatya do thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by bernieyee View Post

Quick question here..

I have my G3258 stable at 4.5GHz and 1.275v.

However, I hate how it's constantly sitting at max voltage.

What's the proper way of setting 1.275v as the max voltage and have it normally downclock the voltage at idle? Adaptive?

You need to set the c states. EIST and c1a I think (just google it)? Don't say 'adaptive' because that's usually (or mostly) for upping the voltage on high frequencies, and that's usually bad (or clueless).
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You need to set the c states. EIST and c1a I think (just google it)? Don't say 'adaptive' because that's usually (or mostly) for upping the voltage on high frequencies, and that's usually bad (or clueless).

u dont need c1 for downclocking...

noobing it up with -fate-rolleyes.gif
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