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post #11 of 13
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i just put my rig in, i will check now for input voltage as i remember changing that. the test crashed after about 20 minutes or so
post #12 of 13
If your cache multiplier is set to auto, most likely it is being pushed too high with your core oc and causing instabilities. Try setting it to 40 (or even 35) and make sure your Vring is set at 1.050 instead of auto also. You can kick your Input up to 1.2 for now to eliminate that being an issue, then lower it after you are stable on vcore. I was able to get my Input down to 1.650v after getting my core stable. You may be able to lower your core voltage with those settings.

Here are some mobo specific settings you might want to double check too. I don't recommend disabling the c-states unless you didn't plan on using them to begin with.

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Also, still cant see your rig in your profile or signature.
post #13 of 13
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well ill tell youj my rig instead, i dont know why its not appearing, sorry :

4790k 4.6
16gb ddr3 2400mhz
maximus vii hero z97
980 sli acx 2.0 evga
nh d15
fractal r5
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