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post #11 of 17
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yes thats the worst that will happen to your pc
Okay. Thank you for being patient with me.
post #12 of 17
Remember to check for WHEA errors in the windows logger ;-). You're first stable without WHEA errors. Also synthetic stress tests doesn't always find all instabilities, so remember to check the windows logger a few times every week after the overclock process :-).
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Remember to check for WHEA errors in the windows logger ;-). You're first stable without WHEA errors. Also synthetic stress tests doesn't always find all instabilities, so remember to check the windows logger a few times every week after the overclock process :-).
How do I check WHEA?
post #14 of 17
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How do I check WHEA?

I don't remember the exact steps (I'm on my phone atm.) But open the start menu, type "log" or "logger" and the windows logger should appear.
Open it, and i think that you should look under "system"
post #15 of 17
Buy a better cooler and drive that sucker to 5Ghz. Corsair H80i GTX would be perfect.
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I don't remember the exact steps (I'm on my phone atm.) But open the start menu, type "log" or "logger" and the windows logger should appear.
Open it, and i think that you should look under "system"

No errors smile.gif. Thank you for your help.
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Buy a better cooler and drive that sucker to 5Ghz. Corsair H80i GTX would be perfect.

I'm afraid that might be too much for me. I will stick with 4.4ghz and my hyperx 212.
post #17 of 17
Great! :-) Remember to look a few times the next weeks.

And i agree with the h80i GT, I have one myself for my 3570K and it's a great cooler + Corsair has a really good warranty service if anything should happen :-).
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