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post #10461 of 10697
ty for the reply.

as i said, I have vcore on manual for now. if I set llc to high, the vcore I set on bios and the one that cpu-z show me either under load or idle, would not match. with ultra high i get the same vcore on bios, under load and idle.
ultra high -> bios 1.33-> vcore under load ->1.336/1.344-> idle ->1.336
high -> bios 1.33--> under load -> 1.304 (imminent bsod)->idle-> 1.328

I'll switch c1e and speedstep to on.
post #10462 of 10697
of course load vcore drops. it is supposed as that is how intel designed it.
switch to offset mode. switch to high llc. adjust your offset to be the same under load as it was with manual under load.
according to your voltages, you have my chip's twin. i wish i knew what your temps are...
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keeps crashin on idle and light load. I think there isnt a problem with llc. it might be something else.. i don't know :s

edit: i tried different combinations of llc, vcore and power states, nothing works.
I think I'm going to try tweaking vccio and ppl voltage.. what do u think guys?
Edited by Algy - 12/17/13 at 11:10am
post #10464 of 10697
well, it seems no one wants to help me..
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1120291/solving-fixing-bsod-124-on-sandybridge-read-op-first#post_14981281

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To prevent idle or Random BSODs (sometimes error 124) you have to set the C States in a particular way.
If you are using offset mode for voltage, you must disable the C3 and C6 report.
If you are using Manual voltage then you must either run them on auto or enable them.

try everything in that post. you may not even be stable. how did you stress test to determine that youre stable?
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1120291/solving-fixing-bsod-124-on-sandybridge-read-op-first#post_14981281

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To prevent idle or Random BSODs (sometimes error 124) you have to set the C States in a particular way.
If you are using offset mode for voltage, you must disable the C3 and C6 report.
If you are using Manual voltage then you must either run them on auto or enable them.

try everything in that post. you may not even be stable. how did you stress test to determine that youre stable?

i´m stable at 1.33v @ 4,5ghz on prime95
i´ve already setted those settings. also I tried rasing up the vrm frequency but it seems it doesn't work. this idle hang up happens less in manual voltage.
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Love my 2500K, stable on 4.5 @1.240V (Has been stable for months now)
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When I compare the 2500K to other i5 cpus, there's just no reason to upgrade to another i5. Love mine too!
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Has anyone of you been running a Sandy Bridge-CPU@5GHz 24/7 for at least a couple of years?

I'm think I'm going to push my 2700K to 5GHz since I play at 120Hz and need some extra FPS but I'm not sure of how safe it is.
Many people claim that "over 1.4V for Sandy Bridge 24/7 is simply not safe" but I doubt that because from what I've seen no Sandy Bridge-CPU's have degraded or anything like that so I'm looking for some real information.

Thanks in advance! wink.gif
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Hi, new member , but a reader for quite a good time !

My config is :

- 2500 k with corsair H75
- MSI Mpower z77.
. g skill 12800 cl7 2 x 2
- gigabyte R9 270 X
-corsair hx 450


Overclocking has been VERY frustrating

Aimed for 4.6 GHZ, ram under XMP profile runing on auto. Passed 8 hours prime 95 blend with 90% of ram, 25 LinX iterations with 70ºc beeing my max temp. Next opening counter strike GO had a freeze with just 10 minutes of gaming. In this case vcore was fixed , 1.33 and all power saving features were turned on ( C1E, EIST), except C STATE, that was off.

I´m totaly lost, and apreciated some help wink.gif.
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