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So I seem to have created a problem for myself. I had previously had a stable overclock at 4.4Ghz 1.345V, but I messed with my overclock and now I cant seem to get it stable at that voltage again. So I started over pretty much from scratch and found stable 4.3 settings with cache on auto. One thing I have going for me I guess is that I never touched any of my memory timings so I at least know my memory is solid.

Here's my attempts so far. Highlights indicate changes.



Any other settings I should be looking at? I've been getting the following bluescreens


    
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Just pretend you didn't hear it from me - perhaps a perforated tinfoil hat will help. biggrin.gif

The driver is of use for locking apps to the fav core and also for prioritizing apps to given cores. Without it, you'd have to lock apps by using affinity. If all cores are clocked to the same freq then I wouldn't bother with the driver. If using "by specific core" clocking - where stronger cores are capable of running at higher frequencies than others - the driver is worthwhile. For overclocking, this feature is designed to be used in tandem with per core voltage control (which is possible with BW-E).
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So this is now "in play" with windows 10th A update?
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So I seem to have created a problem for myself. I had previously had a stable overclock at 4.4Ghz 1.345V, but I messed with my overclock and now I cant seem to get it stable at that voltage again. So I started over pretty much from scratch and found stable 4.3 settings with cache on auto. One thing I have going for me I guess is that I never touched any of my memory timings so I at least know my memory is solid.

Here's my attempts so far. Highlights indicate changes.



Any other settings I should be looking at? I've been getting the following bluescreens


What happens with VCCIN to auto? I've had a great deal of trouble improving on "auto" so far with BW-E. Mine doesn't seem to want "more".
post #2415 of 7480
I had better luck setting VCCIO and VCCSA to auto until I had a stable system. My CPU voltage is 1.310v with all cores at 4.3ghz. VCCIN is auto and holding at 1.88v. After running realbench for 2 hours to show stability, I started dropping VCCIO and VCCSA slowly but never got to your levels. My VCCIO is 1.100v and VCCSA is around that (I'll update this when I know the exact value). Anything lower and my system crashes within 30 minutes of a stress test. Anyway, I'm no expert here but I've learned to do one thing at a time and auto works well for VCCIO and VCCSA until you have everything else worked out.
    
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So this is now "in play" with windows 10th A update?

I haven't checked. It was the plan to add the functionality at some point.
post #2417 of 7480
Hey guys,
I'll be swapping my Asrock x99 Extreme 4 (that one, no OC socket) with an ASUS x99-a II. Is this a good substitution?rolleyes.gif
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What happens with VCCIN to auto? I've had a great deal of trouble improving on "auto" so far with BW-E. Mine doesn't seem to want "more".
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I had better luck setting VCCIO and VCCSA to auto until I had a stable system. My CPU voltage is 1.310v with all cores at 4.3ghz. VCCIN is auto and holding at 1.88v. After running realbench for 2 hours to show stability, I started dropping VCCIO and VCCSA slowly but never got to your levels. My VCCIO is 1.100v and VCCSA is around that (I'll update this when I know the exact value). Anything lower and my system crashes within 30 minutes of a stress test. Anyway, I'm no expert here but I've learned to do one thing at a time and auto works well for VCCIO and VCCSA until you have everything else worked out.

Unfortunately none of these worked frown.gif Here's my attempts




Setting VCCIO and VCCSA to auto on my board makes them go to stupid voltages that IMO are way too high for what I should need, 1.34 for SA and 1.24 for IO. When I was previously stable I never had either of them higher than 1.1.

Setting VCCIN on auto seems reasonable though, reads at 1.92 in bios. I think I'm going to leave it set to that while I increment SA 0.01 intervals up to 1.12ish and see what happens.

Any other suggestions?
Edited by vibraslap - 8/17/16 at 9:02am
    
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Unfortunately none of these worked frown.gif Here's my attempts




Setting VCCIO and VCCSA to auto on my board makes them go to stupid voltages that IMO are way too high for what I should need, 1.34 for SA and 1.24 for IO. When I was previously stable I never had either of them higher than 1.1.

Setting VCCIN on auto seems reasonable though, reads at 1.92 in bios. I think I'm going to leave it set to that while I increment SA 0.01 intervals up to 1.12ish and see what happens.

Any other suggestions?
Did your iterations include 1.35v as well?
post #2420 of 7480
On core? No, I was trying to avoid upping core voltage as I know this chip can (or was at least previously able to) do 4.4 at 1.345. I had it stable at that at one point, and that's what it was binned at by SiliconLottery. Trying to recreate the magic...
    
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