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Im getting an error with prime.

For some reason the program crashes, no errors about the cpu being to hot or failing, the program just crashes and i get the "application had stopped working" Why is that?

Its on 4ghz, 1.55 vcore and the temps are still below 50 which i find weird, any input?
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Im getting an error with prime.

For some reason the program crashes, no errors about the cpu being to hot or failing, the program just crashes and i get the "application had stopped working" Why is that?

Its on 4ghz, 1.55 vcore and the temps are still below 50 which i find weird, any input?
Senior03, with the 4Ghz overclock was anything else adjusted (HT Link, HT Clock, NB Freq, Memory ect). Have you tried lowering the overclock a little bit to see if Prime 95 successfully passes? Your OC could be unstable...

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Senior03, with the 4Ghz overclock was anything else adjusted (HT Link, HT Clock, NB Freq, Memory ect). Have you tried lowering the overclock a little bit to see if Prime 95 successfully passes? Your OC could be unstable...

Good luck
Only moved the multiplier from 19.5 to 20, and of course bumped the vcore.

Im trying one last time with more to the vcore, 1.57. Im running occt as we speak and the temps dont go above 50, pretty damn weird.
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FWIW, my biostar board set my HT to 1600 when I unlocked to x4, but after unlocking I manually set mine back to 2000 and it has worked great since. YMMV.
check out my northbridge : D
    
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Only moved the multiplier from 19.5 to 20, and of course bumped the vcore.

Im trying one last time with more to the vcore, 1.57. Im running occt as we speak and the temps dont go above 50, pretty damn weird.
Senior03, if raising the Vcore doesn't work then try lowering the overclock a bit and see if it's stable at that. I have a feeling you're close to the limits of this particular chip

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check out my northbridge
iGuitarGuy, very nice! How much cpu-nb did you need for 2600Mhz?

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Senior03, if raising the Vcore doesn't work then try lowering the overclock a bit and see if it's stable at that. I have a feeling you're close to the limits of this particular chip



iGuitarGuy, very nice! How much cpu-nb did you need for 2600Mhz?

Good luck
+.200 v to get nb and ht stable. i could probably use less volts but that is great performance im getting from it.
    
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+.200 v to get nb and ht stable. i could probably use less volts but that is great performance im getting from it.
nice..
not a bad showing acutally.
maybe i will push my 720be now back to 2.6ghz
     
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is your windows a fresh install?
Yeah fresh install windows 7.

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FoxInTheBox, you could also very well have a faulty quad-core processor. Have you tried running just (3) cores instead? There may only be one core that is bad out of the four. It's worth a shot
Yeah probably some fault one one of the cores, though its strange how it can manage prime95 yet other simple tasks it cannot.

Anyway how do i chose which cores to enable ?

*Edit at the moment what i do is i set ACC to all cores, then change the core leveling option to "force tri core". This works but it doesnt give me the option to chose which 3 cores i want.
Edited by FoxInTheBox - 12/17/09 at 12:54am
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Senior03, if raising the Vcore doesn't work then try lowering the overclock a bit and see if it's stable at that. I have a feeling you're close to the limits of this particular chip

Damn, i though an unstable OC was determined by the heat

I tried going back to the stable one but up the frequency, 19.5x206 which is 4017mhz, i also upped the ram volt to 2 (was on 1.92 before) but that still crashed.
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Anyway how do i chose which cores to enable ?

*Edit at the moment what i do is i set ACC to all cores, then change the core leveling option to "force tri core". This works but it doesnt give me the option to chose which 3 cores i want.
FoxInTheBox, try having a look at this post. This user explains a little bit on how to do it. If you have a Asus motherboard I believe the "Unleash" mode allows a easier way to do this...however I am not certain. Make sure that you clear the cmos each time before you make changes to "ACC".

When you have time please add your system specifications to your signature. This will let us know what type of hardware you're running. You can do this by going here: http://www.overclock.net/specs.php?do=addsystem.

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Damn, i though an unstable OC was determined by the heat

I tried going back to the stable one but up the frequency, 19.5x206 which is 4017mhz, i also upped the ram volt to 2 (was on 1.92 before) but that still crashed.
Senior03, sometimes heat can be the case and sometimes it's not. In my experience when high temperatures become an issue my machine will either lock up or restart. Sorry I can't recall but have you tested for stability at 3.9Ghz?

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