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lol how did you kill it or should I say how did it die?
I turned it on one day from a fresh boot, no post no thing. Board indicated that the Red CPU LED light came on
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Try check out the guides in the OP, start from low and then work your way up.
Yes, sir, I already did all that. I posted my progress in my original post as I appear to have hit a wall and need additional assistance beyond those guides.

So....any help out there?
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Well I lied down to go to sleep while letting Prime95 running and computer shut down after ~8 hours running. I can't tell if there was a freeze or a BSOD before because I had the monitor turned off. But I presume no BSOD since a BSOD stays and computer doesn't shut itself down.

In the morning, first boot attempt > BSOD just after POST
2nd Boot attempt > failed boot after POST, windows repairs, reparation failed.
3d boot > OK up and running.
So what could be the cause? Never heard about a computer shutting down before.

Should I increase Vcore? I'm @1.27V for 4.5Ghz, passed 2 runs of 1344 and 1792 (2x30 minutes each - yes, I know there's no need to let them run that long ). Maybe that was because I tortured the computer too much yesterday?
Edited by DaGoat - 9/28/11 at 2:33am
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Anyway I just started another run for a 12h Prime95 blend test.
Just set things like VCCIO and all these voltages to Auto - except for DRAM and of course Vcore - also left C3 and C6 to Auto to improve stability. If this works I'll consider fine tuning later. Didn't increase Vcore though, I'd like not to go above 1.27v. @ 4.5Ghz.
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Yes, sir, I already did all that. I posted my progress in my original post as I appear to have hit a wall and need additional assistance beyond those guides.

So....any help out there?
Could you post screenshots of you BIOS please and then we'll take it from there. You'll need a usb flash drive, I think it's F12 that takes screenshots.

Thanks


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Well I lied down to go to sleep while letting Prime95 running and computer shut down after ~8 hours running. I can't tell if there was a freeze or a BSOD before because I had the monitor turned off. But I presume no BSOD since a BSOD stays and computer doesn't shut itself down.

In the morning, first boot attempt > BSOD just after POST
2nd Boot attempt > failed boot after POST, windows repairs, reparation failed.
3d boot > OK up and running.
So what could be the cause? Never heard about a computer shutting down before.

Should I increase Vcore? I'm @1.27V for 4.5Ghz, passed 2 runs of 1344 and 1792 (2x30 minutes each - yes, I know there's no need to let them run that long ). Maybe that was because I tortured the computer too much yesterday?
Unfortunatly BSOD's can cause the PC to restart, you need to disable a function called Automatic Restart, instructions are HERE.


Atleast that way you'll be able to view the BSOD code, 1.27v does sound pretty good, however may not be enough. I have emphasised a lot about those particular FFT's, if you get them working then that's good enough lol 10/15mins is more than enough, I have said many times those FFT's are NOT reliable.

Anyways post your bios settings so we can take a look.

Thanks
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Screen froze at 1.27v.but no bsod.also when I run prime my volts spike to 1.35v with the settings gave earlier.
I'd say Increase Vcore to 1.29v and keep the same settings with these changes:

CPU current - 110 or 120%
VCCIO - Auto
PLL voltage - Auto
Phase control - Extreme
C3 Auto
C6 Auto

1.35 Volts spikes are kinda surprising...
IMHO it is your chip that's requiring more voltage, it doesn't come from the board.
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Anyways post your bios settings so we can take a look.

Thanks
OK, these were my settings before I crashed yesterday night:

OC Tuner ............................................... XMP
XMP DDR3 1600 9 - 9 - 9 - 24 - 2N - 1.50V... PROFILE 1
BCLK / PEG Frequency............................... 100.0
Turbo Ratio............................................. BY ALL CORES
By All Cores............................................ 45
Internal PLL Overvoltage............................ DISABLED
Memory Frequency................................... DDR3 1600
EPU Power Saving Mode............................ DISABLED


LLC............................................... ....... ULTRA HIGH
VRM Frequency...................................... MANUAL
VRM Fixed Frequency Mode...................... 350
Phase Control........................................ OPTIMIZED
Duty Control......................................... T.PROBE
CPU Current Capability............................ 100%
CPU Voltage.......................................... MANUAL
CPU Manual Voltage............................... 1.27
DRAM Voltage....................................... 1.5
VCCSA Voltage...................................... 0.9
VCCIO Voltage....................................... 1.05
PLL VOltage.......................................... 1.65
PCH Voltage........................................... 1
CPU Spread Spectrum.............................. DISABLED


CPU Ratio............................................. . AUTO
Intel Adaptive Thermal Monitor.................. ENABLED
Active Processor COres........................... ALL
Limit CPUID Max...................................... DISABLED
Execute Disable Bit.................................. DISABLED
Intel Virtualization Technology.................. DISABLED
Enhanced Intel Speedstep Technology........ ENABLED
C1E............................................... ....... ENABLED
C3 Reports........................................... .. ENABLED
C6 Reports........................................... .. ENABLED


Now I've changed this:

CPU Current Capability............................. 110%
VCCSA Voltage....................................... AUTO
PLL VOltage.......................................... 1.7
VCCIO Voltage........................................ 1.1
PCH Voltage........................................... AUTO
C3 Reports........................................... .. AUTO
C6 Reports........................................... .. AUTO
Edited by DaGoat - 9/29/11 at 5:01am
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OK, these were my settings before I crashed yesterday night:

Now I've changed this:

CPU Current Capability............................. 110%
VCCSA Voltage....................................... AUTO
VLL VOltage.......................................... 1.7
VCCIO Voltage........................................ 1.1
PCH Voltage........................................... AUTO
C3 Reports........................................... .. AUTO
C6 Reports........................................... .. AUTO
Looks good, however a bit low on the vcore side I think. You can increase the Cpu Current capability to 140%, don't wrorry about it being red, we are overclocking and it's fine.

Asus 1155 mobo's like low PLL, 1.7v is a good start, you could probably eventually reduce to around 1.6 or like mine to around 1.55v and keep stability. Regarding VCCIO, 1.1v is a nice bump, however shoudn' be needed unless you're overclocking the memory, somtimes increasing that can actually cause instability rather than stability. I would recommend leaving it on auto for now, the rest looks good. One last thing, enable Spread Spectrum, it should only be disabled when your messing aroudn with the BCLK or if the BCLK is running at 99.8.

Hope that helps
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So I am stress testing again because I got a new motherboard. How bad is it for the CPU to stress test P95? How many 24 hour runs is the max you should do?
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