Originally Posted by renenate12
as soon as i try that test my windows freeze and can not get a log .... any suggestions??
If you're referring to the test I posted here's what I can see so far
CPU/NB is set at 2200MHz (stock), this is fine.
CPU/NB voltage is currently at 1.425v while your NB VID is only 1.1375v. No question this is way over volted for stock freq of 2200MHz.
Along with this you also have CPU/NB LLC set to "Extreme" which from what I've experienced is used when under LN2 (again way wrong setting). I run CPU/NB LLC set to Regular with a NB freq of 2456MHz with 1.197v CPU/NB voltage to give you an idea.
Vcore is set to 1.416v while your CPU VID is 1.525v.
Like above you've seemed to have moved in the wrong direction and went way to low on Vcore.
You can't just throw voltage as these chips. They are VERY voltage sensitive. I always start by entering the CPU VID and NB VID values (factory default voltage) and go from there.
Add .5 multiplier and test with 10 runs set to very high. If pass add .5 multiplier and repeat.
If/when it fails add only one bump (.00625v) of Vcore and repeat test. Repeat and add only one bump at a time to ensure a minimum voltage increase.
See what your chip is capable of and what it requires to do this before trying to under volt. Don't expect to OC and under volt on a 9xxx series.