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Yeah. Couldn't get it stable on 22x. Also did manually set a lower qpi frequency.

I have my llc enabled. Seems to behave differently across motherboards.

If I can remember 1.31v. I have this computer in another house.

Interesting.

1.31v with LLC will keep it at that right?
Meaning my voltage is better in that case, as it drops druing load a lot?

Also you wouldn't know what screws should be used for the top fans on HAF X,
can't find any information on it, i would like some rubber thingies to prevent the vibration that prevents me from using them.
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post #12 of 35
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Okay done more testing, my PC hard restarted one time, that time i decided to change the QPI.
But Prime95 stopped working like before still.

How can i pinpoint the issue, not sure if it's the CPU, RAM or MB that's not handling it.
This issue seems to have emerged (or become more apparent) after i changed my GPU,
though i think it's always been there, just much more rare, though not entirely sure.
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What are your main computer specs? (CPU, GPU, motherboard, memory and power supply with model number, brand and wattage.)
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It seems that i crash with LinX, have tried it a bit while using my PC (as i generally do with stress tests except when i go to sleep;P).
And it fails kinda fast (under 20 min), was youtube both times it happened and did some small changes (first increased PCH to 1.225 i think, and now i have IMC from 1.1 to 1.2).

First freeze showed CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT or something (no dump was saved though).
Second was just a total freeze and then a restart occurred.
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I'm kind of at a loss at what setting you should increase now. That CPU voltage looks like it should be enough.
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post #17 of 35
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Well me2.

I figure it might be best to reset the overclock and start anew since this has been modified over the years.

Isn't there a way to overclock where you can identify the max of each part?

Like, i overclock the CPU too find the max there, then if fix the RAM, then the overall system (interconnection stability i guess?).
But maybe it doesn't work like that, and any change will impact the other?

It seems however that LinX is more stable not when i increased the IMC, haven't had a crash and i have run longer then the last 2 times,
might be fluke though.

EDIT:

Well reduced PCH and IMC to lowest and it runs stable anyway for about same amount of testing with LinX, this is complicated -_-.
Edited by zerowalker - 2/18/16 at 4:31am
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post #18 of 35
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Okay ran several tests with voltages i know shouldn't be stable (vcore was as first post shows though and DRAM was 1.65 as that's the original voltage it should be at according to XMP).
Finally wiht LinX nearly when it was finished (20pass with about 5gb ram i think) it crashed with 0x124.

Now i searched on it and it seems it relates to Vcore or QPI?
So a bit confused, like QPI as in IMC or what?
Not sure if what i find is correct to my motherboard system, so would be nice with clarification there.
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post #19 of 35
You either increase qpi/vtt or CPU voltage to get it stable on 0x124 bsods.

Just to be clear, qpi is vtt voltage for Asus motherboards for 1st gen Intel CPUs.

Seeing as you have no qpi voltage then it's also known as IMC which you have.
Edited by benjamen50 - 2/18/16 at 12:00pm
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post #20 of 35
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Ah okay then i thought correctly.

Did some overall changes so i use Offset, but increased IMC so will see if i get any issue again, then it's probably the vcore.
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