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I just OC my motherboard for the first time to 3.8GHz. Haven't stress tested it yet. Those who have the same board says 1.40v might not be enough to run stable... So I'm looking for BSOD when I load the cpu.

Testing now...

Results> http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=829287

No BSODs

Load max temps were 52c
Just ran OCCT to check my overclock stability. I got an error..




This is a neat fast program, prime95 didn't show this error.

I'm going to bump the voltage and try again.
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Okay, let us know Toxic!

rewind,

Well just does "When running as a quad mean then???" And dopamin even referred to a 550 that he ran on this same baird as a Comparison, to your situation....
Edited by Mastiffman - 11/19/09 at 9:59am
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Okay, let us know Toxic!

rewind,

Well just does "When running as a quad mean then???" And dopamin even referred to a 550 that he ran on this same baird as a Comparison, to your situation....
I just don't understand how you can't get this...when you have a quad core CPU you can disable cores....i can run my quad as a quad or as a tri core or as a dual core or as a single core CPU

If you plan on trying to help me i suggest you thoroughly read the link i posted above out of the EVGA forums

As for Dopamine...if you read through the thread you would understand that it doesn't matter what CPU he is referring to but we are discussing NB voltages and temperatures...he mentions it since i am too running a quad core CPU and that shouldn't have much to do with NB temps
Edited by Rewindlabs - 11/19/09 at 10:22am
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Id return the chip 1st..

Could you help me understand why the CPU? Even after 2 Prime95 passes and that night I checked each single core?

Im flashing to Bios 1.6 and will be playing around. You dont suppose I just have to many volts to something?

My Hyper transport sync is set at Auto, would it hurt to turn it down or off?
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Okay, let us know Toxic!
so far it doesn't look good. I went from 1.42v to 1.48v, bumping up one notch at a time and got an error on one of the cores each time.

I notice the error happen faster which each volt bump...

Could I be given it too much juice, or should I keep going?
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well I pulled the trigger on thie mobo a couple hours ago..hopefully I won't run into a bad one
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so far it doesn't look good. I went from 1.42v to 1.48v, bumping up one notch at a time and got an error on one of the cores each time.

I notice the error happen faster which each volt bump...

Could I be given it too much juice, or should I keep going?
Is this a new overclock you're working on? (sorry been out of the loop for a few days).

OCCT is great and all, but somethings wrong with it. Every time I run it, it shuts down because one of my cores supposedly hit 200C . Which is total BS because I have made coretemp refresh every ms and it never has reported a time spike of any sort.

So for overall system stability I run prime blend for 8 hours. If it's stable for that long, it's stable enough for me.

And what kind of temps are you seeing under load? Remember these CPUs like cold better than volts.
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Rewind,

I understand that the 550 was just a comparison AND that one can run a quad core as such. if it doesn't have issues on any other Game then waht's big dam deal? Get rid of the GTA IV Game.

DID YOU EVER RUN THE BLEND TESTS LIKE I RECOMMENDED? IF NOT, then verything else aside, you are wasting time B****ing about things. If you want to try and get somwhere, then lets. If not, I'm done talking about it and trying to help you.

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"these CPUs like cold better than volts."

Isn't that because of the 45Nm technology? I thought that I read that somewhere...
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I linked to a thread for a reason


Refresh yourself

Edit: well after disabling my 3rd core and testing GTA IV and then doing that to my 2nd core i haven't had GTA IV crash as a tri core either time i played....so we could assume that means its not one of my cores that is failing...this is sounding less and less like its my CPU
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Or he could of read my post or clicked the link? unless he would like me to quote the entire thread right here he can click the link and read

Update: Just failed as a tri core now as well...i was running fine for 20 mins as a tri core in GTA IV and decided to tool around and set GTA IV's graphics ALL to the max...failed within 2 mins of driving around

I am going to run a few other titles but so far out of Rainbow six vegas 2 and americas army the only thing thats failed is GTA IV....again it is the most stressful game i play...how possible would it be for GTA IV to find a fault in my system compared to prime 95?

I have only ran Prime 95 on small FFT so far...are there any other tests that are worth checking out?

This is so annoying
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So defensive of him if he want's to correct himself and say that he was half asleep when he posted then let him...from what i can see he didn't want to put the effort in and check out the link

And i have already read through that thread and similar threads (recited in my original post above...did you read it )


I am not yet to agree with it being the CPU since i haven't seen ONE instance of it happening on Phenom II and i actually just noticed this but there systems in general are not stable (mine is) they can toy with a SINGLE core of there CPU and stop the BSOD whilst my problem persists after i have tested each of my cores in GTA IV so its not an issue with any of my cores

Really i didn't even have to delve into the GTA IV issue with that...there systems are not load stable as a quad core stock or overclocked...still possible for the issue to lye in my CPU but IMO its quite unlikely at this point

I won't nitpick about how thorough you must have been when gathering your hypothesis for the issue....well hey i came to the same conclusion when i first hit that thread up and thats where i got the idea that disabling cores might solve the issue

I dunno...i think its really going to come down to hardware since i haven't found ANY info dealing with this BSOD or anyone else having this happen under GTA IV....

I have no idea what GTA IV could be taxing on my system thats causing the BSOD but it seems it is...


First when I posted you had not yet edited your post to include the link.

Second I would appreciate it if you did not quote the whole thread and clutter up this wonderful clubs thread.

Third I was half asleep but that was not the issue.

Now to get down to helping you.......

I agree that it seems as tho your cpu is fine. If one of the cores were bad the BSOD's would only go away when that core was disabled.
Does this only happen in GTA?(I admit that I did not read every word of your thread or the posts in here as your quite annoyed me. So if you did say just please say again.)
If this only happens in GTA is it a genuine copy? (not pirate) The next thing I would do is reinstall GTA and see if that fixes it.


ALSO please quit abusing the members of this thread they are trying to help you and if you feel that we are failing then please go elsewhere with out abusing us more.
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so far it doesn't look good. I went from 1.42v to 1.48v, bumping up one notch at a time and got an error on one of the cores each time.

I notice the error happen faster which each volt bump...

Could I be given it too much juice, or should I keep going?
Keep going as you are no where near the 1.65 redline.
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