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Yes good point super pi is an awfull stress test , as its not really stressing the cpu the way we need to .
Pi is great for RAM testing in particular.. running a 16m or 32m is a decent way to ensure some good stability. For CPU..you want Orthos or OCCT..you can even use Prime95 or TAT for that matter.
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Yea but 3.8 is the rebel without the cause, the one who rides down city streets on his Harley at 2:00 AM doing 90 MPH and doesn't care who doesn't like it. Applying that logic 3.75 would be like the decent/sarcastic person with the mean streak but your ok to be around ?
3.75 Is a good mixture of kindness and bad boy attitude

3.75 Is the kid at school that nobody knows much, but when he gets out of school him and his best friends plan elaborate plots to place smokebombs under people cars

3.75 Includes the number 5. The number 5 may not be a cool kid, but with his mathmatical knowledge and a large amount of iniative, when paired with 7 and following the likes of 8, 5 is definatly a number to be with
    
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omehgeeroflcopter ^^
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i love it haha,
I must say i like Mr. Parrot has a nice ring to it lol.
oh becarful there boy i would still nock that vcore down a bit, as i say im running 1.35 stable and with vdroop down to 1.32-1.33. you dont want to burn the chip up now. temps look about even with me bar i run about 50c and 51c on my cores. from my testing be happy with 3.7 - 3.8 anything higher is just a headache ha. im going to try for 3.9 one of these days it wil boot no bother but stable now thats a diffrent question. about 5 secs in orthos haha
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Well, I did speak a little too soon apperently. It worked fine for a few hours and then a random BSOD with the following error message:

driver_irql_not_less_or-equal

I ca boot fine into windows, but I will get this error message randomly anywhere from 10 minutes to a few hours.

Again, totally different language to me. I've read around and it apparently relates to drivers and whatnot but I only got it after overclocking, so I really don't think its that. If anyone else has gotten the same problem and has found a solution I would totally love to hear it because if I re-install windows and still get the same error message I think I might just pull enough hair out to make into a wig. I'd really like to keep it at 3.8 GHz...
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No, that is a memory error. You need to back off on your timings. If they are set to auto, you should make sure your mem ratio is 1:1, then stress test again. Also, check your memory vdroop once it loads into windows. With some boards setting it to 2.2v in the bios can yield as low as 2.05-2.1v. That rarely is enough when trying to produce a strong o/c with a heavily stressed fsb. Try giving your memory another .1v, if that doesn't work, check your nb/fsb voltages and consider upping them as well.
post #27 of 35
Alright, I also have this board and I've had many problems with it just like you. In order to run at a 1 to 1 ratio you need to set it to 1:2 like this.

Sorry for the blurry picture.
I have NEVER been able to run at that ratio. The best ratio for me seems to be 1:2.4. I think they call it 1:2 because the FSB is 800 and the memory is set at 400 even though it is 400X2 to make 800 and a 1 to 1 ratio. Go figure.
Second this board sets your RAM voltage to 1.8 default. One reason you're probably having problems is setting the correct RAM voltage.
I've had the best success with a lower multi and a higher FSB with this board. I'm using it with anE8400.
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Hey blurry or not every little bit helps, I think I'm going to try what you suggested with the with different ratios I've tried 1:2 but it really hated that, I'll try that again along with 1:2.4 and hope one of them works.
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OK i tried 1:2 ratio and it did a BSOD again, so now I have a 1:2 ratio with a .1 bump in DIMM voltage, lets see how this goes.

EDIT: That didn't work either, so I lowered the SB voltage some more (call it a hunch) then I changed the multiplyer down to from 8 to 7.5...even though I forgot to check something the first time and got a post boot of 4.1 GHz followed by the collective evacuation of my colon into my underwear. So its at 3.8 with a Vcore lower than before at around 1.33 or so, the SB is lower, and the memory voltage is around 2.2 v. I was still getting BSOD's, but now I'm booting into safe mode to try and see if things are a go before booting wholly into windows. Well....just as I was typing it BSOD'd again...guess not. Most of these errors seem to be cryptic and non related, I've had errors related to paging files,
driver irql's, and this last one was a general fail of the ntfs. I truly have no idea whats going on anymore, at lower clock speeds things seem to have gone fine, but I'm really pushing for 3.8 GHz and want to find what is causing all of these random errors.

Vcore: 1.31 V
Vdimm: 2.3 V
Vmch: 1.488
Vcc:3.328
Vsb: 3.328
VBAT: 3.151
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post #30 of 35
I still think the NBv is a little low.. I run 1.55-1.7v for mem speeds over 1000mhz, w/ FSB's over 450mhz.

..you should also bump your vcore up to ~1.35-1.38v for now.. just to see if its the vcore that is preventing a stable start up. Once you are able to boot and load windows correctly..start stress testing and then go back and try to lower the vcore.
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