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Ok, so I reset my cmos and the c6 option is back. I think all my messing around horked something up there. I used the board presets for a 4.4 oc and it's been stable for 6 hours on blend, which is 4 hours longer then I have been getting.

I think a combination of issues to do with not putting on a fresh os right away, and using oc'ing software for my vid card which has caused stability issues in the past made me think I had issues with my oc which caused me to change all kinds of things I didn't need to change.
Right now I have the voltage at 1.32 (though it bounces up to 1.33 and back during load) and it seems very stable with good temps. I will run a 18 hour blend tonight through tomorrow and see what's what.
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i7 2600k overclocked to 4.8GHz. Running Win7 64. I have a Corsair H80 and am getting good temps at 100% load: MAX 65-72-75-67. I can run hundreds of LinX runs and complete MemTest for hours without errors. I can run programs for hours without crashes or BSOD's. However, I can't seem to get Prime95 to run without dropping workers. Not sure what to do next. I don't think it's a CPU voltage issue, something else is causing instability with Prime95. Any suggestions? My settings are below.


i7 2600k - ASUS WS Revolution - 8 Gb 2133MHz Kingston Memory

Multiplier: 48
VCore: 1.405
PLL: Enabled
LLC: Ultrahigh
VRAM Freq: 350
Phase Control: Extreme
Duty Control: Extreme
VCCIO: 1.2
PCH: 1.1


Also, are there specific things that cause different types of errors? For example, I believe that non-boots and BSOD's are pretty much all VCore issues and I can get these to disappear by increasing the core voltage. However, I kinda think dropped workers in Prime95 are caused by something different. Thoughts on this?

Thanks for any help or suggestions.
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Nooo I just screen shotted everything minus my task manager indicating my CPU is under 100 percent load =(
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Originally Posted by fuloran1 View Post
Ok, so I reset my cmos and the c6 option is back. I think all my messing around horked something up there. I used the board presets for a 4.4 oc and it's been stable for 6 hours on blend, which is 4 hours longer then I have been getting.

I think a combination of issues to do with not putting on a fresh os right away, and using oc'ing software for my vid card which has caused stability issues in the past made me think I had issues with my oc which caused me to change all kinds of things I didn't need to change.
Right now I have the voltage at 1.32 (though it bounces up to 1.33 and back during load) and it seems very stable with good temps. I will run a 18 hour blend tonight through tomorrow and see what's what.

Glad you got the BIOS thing sorted, good luck on the prime blend run




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i7 2600k overclocked to 4.8GHz. Running Win7 64. I have a Corsair H80 and am getting good temps at 100% load: MAX 65-72-75-67. I can run hundreds of LinX runs and complete MemTest for hours without errors. I can run programs for hours without crashes or BSOD's. However, I can't seem to get Prime95 to run without dropping workers. Not sure what to do next. I don't think it's a CPU voltage issue, something else is causing instability with Prime95. Any suggestions? My settings are below.


i7 2600k - ASUS WS Revolution - 8 Gb 2133MHz Kingston Memory

Multiplier: 48
VCore: 1.405
PLL: Enabled
LLC: Ultrahigh
VRAM Freq: 350
Phase Control: Extreme
Duty Control: Extreme
VCCIO: 1.2
PCH: 1.1


Also, are there specific things that cause different types of errors? For example, I believe that non-boots and BSOD's are pretty much all VCore issues and I can get these to disappear by increasing the core voltage. However, I kinda think dropped workers in Prime95 are caused by something different. Thoughts on this?

Thanks for any help or suggestions.
Leave PCH voltage on auto and reduce the VCCIO to 1.15v, enable Spread spectrum (could help stability and volltage fluctuation), make sure C1E and Speedstep is enabled and C3 and C6 is on Auto.

Increase the Cpu Current capability to 140% (don't worry about the RED) and try running prime, if the workers fails then that's a good sign, atleast it's not a bsod. With that said a couple notch's of vcore could do the trick. Bump the vcore and re-test.

Hope that helps


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Nooo I just screen shotted everything minus my task manager indicating my CPU is under 100 percent load =(
upload the screenshot and lets have a look
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Originally Posted by Rellian View Post
i7 2600k overclocked to 4.8GHz. Running Win7 64. I have a Corsair H80 and am getting good temps at 100% load: MAX 65-72-75-67. I can run hundreds of LinX runs and complete MemTest for hours without errors. I can run programs for hours without crashes or BSOD's. However, I can't seem to get Prime95 to run without dropping workers. Not sure what to do next. I don't think it's a CPU voltage issue, something else is causing instability with Prime95. Any suggestions? My settings are below.


i7 2600k - ASUS WS Revolution - 8 Gb 2133MHz Kingston Memory

Multiplier: 48
VCore: 1.405
PLL: Enabled
LLC: Ultrahigh
VRAM Freq: 350
Phase Control: Extreme
Duty Control: Extreme
VCCIO: 1.2
PCH: 1.1


Also, are there specific things that cause different types of errors? For example, I believe that non-boots and BSOD's are pretty much all VCore issues and I can get these to disappear by increasing the core voltage. However, I kinda think dropped workers in Prime95 are caused by something different. Thoughts on this?

Thanks for any help or suggestions.

bump the vcore and lower the LLC a notch,

i was using a slight negative offset for vcore (with ultra LLC), and prime95 blend would fail after a few hours (yet pass ibt, so i had enough vcore),

turns out if i set llc to high and up the vcore to the first positive offset, everything is completely stable
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My proof is in the attached image. This is my first build and overclock =D. Using a H60 with stock fan as cooler.
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My proof is in the attached image. This is my first build and overclock =D. Using a H60 with stock fan as cooler.
looking good, but sorry can't accept, your running the wrong version of realtemp. Sorry bud. Task manager is optional, but if you had the latest realtemp installed it would have said 100% load. You can get it from the downloads in the OP.
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My proof is in the attached image. This is my first build and overclock =D. Using a H60 with stock fan as cooler.
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Well this is encouraging...

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looks very good but I would advise you to leave IBT and concentrate on prime blend.

try running with all available memory for a few minutes and see how you get on. THe specific FFTs that stress the cpu, according to turrican, are 1344 and 1792, try running a custom blend with each of those for 10mins each. if it passes go for the 12hour standard or custom blend.
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