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Same here for me...... Back to 1002....

Same here. 1002 seems to be more stable.
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No, I have been IBT stable with a 1700 for 2 weeks. But an 1800X just kills the computer to off within a few minutes, EVEN AT STOCK. While OCCT Linpack AVX is perfectly stable. I am starting to think that the X chips have something that doesn't play nice with IBT because I can swap the 1700 in and everything passes then swap the 1800X in and it can't pass IBT at stock or any speeds or volts whatsoever, yet OCCT Linpack AVX is the same test and it passes just fine?
Sorry about your pictures getting in the quote.

I have an 1800x that did the same with a non legit copy of windows. Even at default it was crashing as soon as I pressed start. By installing my license and a legit copy all my issues but one went away. Turning on high performance with core enhance=bsod. Just by swapping power states. Its stable at stock with everything on auto except ram speed, but stuck at 3.6 with no xfr.
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After some tinkering, I've come up with the following for my 1700:

3.9 IBT max setting stable
1.425 vcore
1.387 under load
LLC 3

3.925 IBT max setting stable
1.45 vcore
1.425 under load
LLC 4

The memory runs at 3200 14-14-14-14-34 regardless of CPU clock and requires no changes to any settings as the CPU clock increases. This indicates (to me anyways) that the IMC is pretty damn stout and I dont think we've touched what it is capable of.

Other settings (these remain constant regardless of overclock):
SOC 1.16250
DRAM 1.365
1.8 PLL 1.810
DRAM VBoot 1.475
All else Auto

BIOS 1002

Vdroop at IBT maximum setting load (SVI2)
LLC 2 69mv
LLC 3 31mv
LLC 4 25mv
LLC 5 0mv
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Anyone seen any throttling they can't explain?

I have my system up and running at 4059 mhz @ 123mhz BLCK 1.41v; memory is running at 3600 @ 16-16-16-36

I have noticed that during heavy loads the CPU's will throttle back to as low at 3.1ghz. for no apparent reason. Temps get to about 75'C max, which is far below the thermal throttle limits...

What am I missing?.
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Received another one of these with my Trident Z at stock 2133Mhz, but instead of auto volts, I tried 1.25

SoC 1.125
Memory 1.25

A corrected hardware error has occurred.

Reported by component: Processor Core
Error Source: Corrected Machine Check
Error Type: Cache Hierarchy Error
Processor APIC ID: 1

Event ID 19

Is there anything else I should be trying? The memory is the 14c version.

Bios is version 0902

I had one error code 8 yesterday on the mobo while the system was idle, but otherwise the system seems fine
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Quoting because from what I'm seeing, the Event ID 19 errors only happen when I go idle. Anyone else experience this? I can throw more volts at my ram, but it's stock and shouldn't even need 1.25, right? Unless there's some kind of intense power saving going on when I'm idle.
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Anyone seen any throttling they can't explain?

I have my system up and running at 4059 mhz @ 123mhz BLCK 1.41v; memory is running at 3600 @ 16-16-16-36

I have noticed that during heavy loads the CPU's will throttle back to as low at 3.1ghz. for no apparent reason. Temps get to about 75'C max, which is far below the thermal throttle limits...

What am I missing?.

is it a 1700 non x with sense mi skew enabled?
post #9397 of 17379
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Quoting because from what I'm seeing, the Event ID 19 errors only happen when I go idle. Anyone else experience this? I can throw more volts at my ram, but it's stock and shouldn't even need 1.25, right? Unless there's some kind of intense power saving going on when I'm idle.
bad cpu. return if you can or issue an rma. you should not be getting any whea errors at stock. i had two cpus over the years, a 6850k, and a 6700k, that did that at stock and they were simply defective cpus. replacing them fixed it.
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post #9398 of 17379
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bad cpu. return if you can or issue an rma. you should not be getting any whea errors at stock. i had two cpus over the years, a 6850k, and a 6700k, that did that at stock and they were simply defective cpus. replacing them fixed it.

Is it possible they might go away with a bios update? I'm prime stable.
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It's late and I got tired, and a bit lazy maybe, so rather than working for the edge, I took my final settings to what I think is good performance, stable, and cooler for sure. With 32 GB across 4 sticks, it's at 2927.4 MHz with 18-18-18-44-69 timing. I do think there is room for some more , but left off there.

I'm on an easy 3.95 GHz P-state overclock, by which I mean at 4 GHz stress tests had temps of 73.2 C avg. and peak at 79.4. Now it's running 58.1 C avg. and a peak of 61.1 C. That is a huge drop in temp for giving up .05 GHz.

I may just keep the CPU right where it is for now, and fiddle with DRAM a bit more. Overall, a good day in the end, everything working well including all the bling on the G.Skill.



Oey, I think I just caught myself cheating! Realized the glass front panel was off the case, so I'' have to re-test on those thermals. seemed a rather extreme dip, lol.

Update: Running case all buttoned up, The temps were 58.0 C avg. and a peak of 59.0 C! How weird.
Edited by CeltPC - 4/15/17 at 12:16am
post #9400 of 17379
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Originally Posted by Gadfly View Post

Anyone seen any throttling they can't explain?

I have my system up and running at 4059 mhz @ 123mhz BLCK 1.41v; memory is running at 3600 @ 16-16-16-36

I have noticed that during heavy loads the CPU's will throttle back to as low at 3.1ghz. for no apparent reason. Temps get to about 75'C max, which is far below the thermal throttle limits...

What am I missing?.

No I really have not experienced any throttling. and I've run that hot and more before. Superb memory performance!
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