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Mem test is giving off no errors been on for around 45mins now
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not really helping get out of here!
Your not allowed to offer rep in exchange for help and at almost 1000 posts you should know this. You sir are a troll.
    
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Try bumping BCLK to 101 .. BSOD 124's can be annoying. From the seeming randomness of it, and the fact that you are above stock and have tried everything under the sun, I would try to bump it up a touch since you seem stable otherwise.. my 2cents..

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post #25 of 52
Try those settings at a multiple of 47 - with lower Vcore - like around 1.37 if not lower.
Up PLL to 1.78.

See if it all works.

Reason I suggest this is one of my chips runs 47 at 1.33v all day, no problem.
However, a minor bump to 48 caused all sorts of grief and I never got a good OC - although admittedly I stopped trying when I got to Vcore of 1.45.

Could be that some chips just have a "hard stop" at a particular multiple and after that it takes all sorts of effort to get above it.
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Try those settings at a multiple of 47 - with lower Vcore - like around 1.37 if not lower.
Up PLL to 1.78.

See if it all works.

Reason I suggest this is one of my chips runs 47 at 1.33v all day, no problem.
However, a minor bump to 48 caused all sorts of grief and I never got a good OC - although admittedly I stopped trying when I got to Vcore of 1.45.

Could be that some chips just have a "hard stop" at a particular multiple and after that it takes all sorts of effort to get above it.
What i dont get though is why the hell is all these stability programs saying im stable?
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did you try turning off power saving features?
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did you try turning off power saving features?
What are all the term words for power saving features in bios? and i will make sure they are all off!



Also it will only let me input 10007 for bclk :s won't let me at all change it to 10001 or 2 or 3 or 4 or 5 or 6 only 7! I thought changing bclk was a no no?
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nah that is fine, at 5.1ghz i messed with blk to 101. Turn off EIST and C1E, and C states.
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post #30 of 52
you have adjust ratio in OS disabled and EIST enabled, so EIST might be trying to take down multi and vcore, but only taking down vcore. Why would you leave EIST on?
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