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Your board doesn't have LLC. ASUS boards use to have it.
If you got hardware error(prime95), thats RAM or CPU/NB related. Try adjust your RAM and/or CPU/NB voltage
Gigabyte Scandinavia should fire that guy
Is "worker stopped" considered RAM or CPU/NB related? When I ran Prime95 on 1.325v (boosted itself to 1.33v during load) I got a BSoD after 4.5hours.

Now I don't even pass Intel Burn Test on 1.325v =(



But if I first OC my RAM to 1524mhz and my NB to 2860mhz but keep CPU at stock, and I get 0 Errors anywhere (I pass IBT on 60 rounds) that must mean stable RAM and NB, right?
And if I then try to OC my CPU, by increasing it's Multiplier. And if I then get Error in IBT, that must be CPU related, or? Because with CPU at stock and OC'd RAM and NB (as mentioned above) I passed the test, but as soon as I OC'd the CPU I failed. So it must be CPU-related, right?
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post #12 of 21
You may indeed need more CPU voltage...
My 1055 needs 1.472V to reach 4Ghz, though this is on a cooler not as good.
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Is "worker stopped" considered RAM or CPU/NB related? When I ran Prime95 on 1.325v (boosted itself to 1.33v during load) I got a BSoD after 4.5hours.

Now I don't even pass Intel Burn Test on 1.325v =(



But if I first OC my RAM to 1524mhz and my NB to 2860mhz but keep CPU at stock, and I get 0 Errors anywhere (I pass IBT on 60 rounds) that must mean stable RAM and NB, right?
And if I then try to OC my CPU, by increasing it's Multiplier. And if I then get Error in IBT, that must be CPU related, or? Because with CPU at stock and OC'd RAM and NB (as mentioned above) I passed the test, but as soon as I OC'd the CPU I failed. So it must be CPU-related, right?
Worker stopped(hardware error)) is RAM and/or CPU/NB related.
Running NB and RAM(OC-ed) at stock CPU speed not means that will be 100% stable if you OC the CPU. Happened to me a lot. you still might have to play with the voltages(RAM and/or CPU/NB volt).

check the pics. Same RAM and CPU/NB speeds(different CPU speed, raised just the Multi), and for higher CPU speed I had to raise the RAM voltage, otherwise worker stopped.
For lower CPU speed RAM volt was 1.725V, for higher CPU speed was 1.7375V(ASUS Turbo EVO screen --> DRAM Voltage....those are the voltages set in BIOS)


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You may indeed need more CPU voltage...
My 1055 needs 1.472V to reach 4Ghz, though this is on a cooler not as good.
Well in my case I can't really do that. As soon as I raise the voltage my PC starts to reboot.


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Worker stopped(hardware error)) is RAM and/or CPU/NB related.
Running NB and RAM(OC-ed) at stock CPU speed not means that will be 100% stable if you OC the CPU. Happened to me a lot. you still might have to play with the voltages(RAM and/or CPU/NB volt).

check the pics. Same RAM and CPU/NB speeds(different CPU speed, raised just the Multi), and for higher CPU speed I had to raise the RAM voltage, otherwise worker stopped.
For lower CPU speed RAM volt was 1.725V, for higher CPU speed was 1.7375V(ASUS Turbo EVO screen --> DRAM Voltage....those are the voltages set in BIOS)
So raising only the multiplier can cause RAM to be unstable even tho it was stable on the exact same voltage and freq before? I see, will try that out when I've got time.

Do you think the RAM is causing the reboots?'

thanks
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do you have a heatsink on your mosfets? mine rebooted before i got the heatsink cause the mosfets were literally so hot they blistered my finger
Now i have a heatsink enzotech mst-88 and a 80mm fan blowing on them the vrm's get really hot also

same system same motherboard
it has no llc
what i need for 4.0 stable
vcore 1.475
nb 1.2
ram 1.6<-- norm ram voltage for my ram is 1.5
cpu/nb 1.325
ht link at 2001
cpu/nb at 2288
286x14
this board doesnt like lower multies/ higher block settings
any other setting ive tried have failed other than 4.1 and that took 1.525 volts and crazy high other voltage wouldnt reccomend it for 24/7 use
Edited by solar0987 - 3/3/11 at 1:18am
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do you have a heatsink on your mosfets? mine rebooted before i got the heatsink cause the mosfets were literally so hot they blistered my finger
Now i have a heatsink enzotech mst-88 and a 80mm fan blowing on them the vrm's get really hot also

same system same motherboard
it has no llc
what i need for 4.0 stable
vcore 1.475
nb 1.2
ram 1.6<-- norm ram voltage for my ram is 1.5
cpu/nb 1.325
ht link at 2001
cpu/nb at 2288
286x14
this board doesnt like lower multies/ higher block settings
any other setting ive tried have failed other than 4.1 and that took 1.525 volts and crazy high other voltage wouldnt reccomend it for 24/7 use
I also have the Enzotech MST-88 on my motherboard, same as you.

So you think it's the VRM's getting too hot that's causing the reboot? They are heatsinked as I mentioned.
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yes it is the vrm's are labeled r80 fire up prime and touch one after a couple min bet there Really hot lol
i know that from exp once they get the properly cooling like a fan on them i had no more shutdowns and your heatsink as mine only covered the mosfets not the vrm's right next to them i even went a little further and put the single spaced enzotech heatsinks on them with the fan
Edited by solar0987 - 3/3/11 at 11:31am
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yes it is
i know that from exp once they get the properly cooling like a fan on them i had no more shutdowns and your heatsink as mine only covered the mosfets not the vrm's right next to them
But as I've heard before, the "Chokes" is what you refer to VRM's they don't get hot. That's what I heard.

So I should try to aim a fan at my heatsink and then try again? I doubt that will help me from not rebooting.
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to get 4ghz stable, well for me anyway, i'm running a Vcore of 1.47 and CPU/NB voltage is around 1.34

wierd thing is, i was in your place about a week ago, try increasing NB voltage to stabilize

also run memtest Test #4 for a couple hours, if no errors then its most likely the NB voltage
    
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to get 4ghz stable, well for me anyway, i'm running a Vcore of 1.47 and CPU/NB voltage is around 1.34

wierd thing is, i was in your place about a week ago, try increasing NB voltage to stabilize

also run memtest Test #4 for a couple hours, if no errors then its most likely the NB voltage
Thanks but I can't raise the NB. Max multiplier is x10 and that's what I've got. To achieve higher NB I've got to set my FSB higher.

Should I try FSB 300 and CPU multiplier at x13.5 so I get 4050mhz on CPU and NB at 3000mhz?
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