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post #4871 of 10702
OK, I'm back here, trying to get into the club.

I just figured out that my computer used to shut itself down... because of Windows settings
So I set it to "never sleep" and now we'll see what's going on. I've done this after having disabled all Cstates in order to avoid this sleep BSOD random thing.

See how it'll go now.

BTW good luck munaim, any news?
post #4872 of 10702
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That is certainly strange, could you post a bios screenshot of your RAM page please.




But i already seemed to figured out the issue.. Fumbled on the memory i bought. i was dumb enough to think hyperX itself was enough for xmp but apperently i wasnt paying enough attention, and its not..

Oh well might correct my mistake in december or so, if its really the crux to my bsods.. Altough from what i gather if i can run it at higher rated speeds manually i wouldnt need the xmp correct ? As its just a auto overclock profile ?


Ok scrap that i cant even edit the timings, all i get is invalid imput, meh 40€ mistake i guess. Il see if i can resell it or so. And if not il jst have to bite the bullet in december and get something with xmp. If that would offer anything with my reasonbly voltage hungry chip ofcourse..
Edited by didelydokey - 10/23/11 at 1:35am
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I tried everything but i cant get stable 4.7 ghz. Testing failed after 11 hours with blue screen x101

vcore 1.345 v other voltage settings are at Auto. bus: 100mhz x 47

i tried 1792 prime95 testing but always a worker fails instantly when i enter 7000 to memory section. What fails it ? Is it memory or vcore is not enough ?

I need help....
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I tried everything but i cant get stable 4.7 ghz. Testing failed after 11 hours with blue screen x101

vcore 1.345 v other voltage settings are at Auto. bus: 100mhz x 47

i tried 1792 prime95 testing but always a worker fails instantly when i enter 7000 to memory section. What fails it ? Is it memory or vcore is not enough ?

I need help....
Try to up you vcore. There's a good chance that you need more than 1.345V on your chip for 4.7GHz.

For example I'm at 1.340V and that's only for 4.5GHz.
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stable 18hours prime blend
offset voltage, 0+/-
Ultra High LLC
350 VRM
NO EIST, C1E, C3.C6
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if my idle voltage is higher than my load voltage does it mean i need more volts?
also if my cpuz says that my voltage under load is 1.424 should i leave my cpu voltage at 1.43 or try and lower it to 1.425? my rig bsod when i ran prime95 at 1.41 volts

Don't worry about idle voltage, once you find your desired overclock you can go onto using offset voltage. When the voltage is lower than what is set in the vcore under load, that is called vdroop. LLC settings help reduce that as much as possible. If you reduce the vcore to 1.425 the load voltage will drop with it.

Could you please read the OP, if you have trouble overclocking, I suggest you read up on the basics first. Thank you.




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Alright Munaim. I did the chkdsk, Memtest, checked the video card. It seems to be working alright. Only thing I havnt done was check the PSU with multimeter because I asked in the PSU section and they said it wasnt my PSU at all causing this.

So far today it hasnt froze at all. and I'm back on my sandy stable settings.
I really don't know what to say, how long did you run memtest? What did Chkdsk say? What did you find about your 570, did you also check for gpu drivers? I've recently seen the "have you killed a 570" thread and it seems that some member's have.




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My 4.6 OC. I think that I may be able to get it down to a lower v core, but I'm going to leave it where it is for now. When I was trying to get it stable at 4.8, a PLL of 1.5375 was more stable than 1.7, but it would lock up on startup for a 46 multi. I think I was adding vcore unnecessarily when all I had to do was bump the PLL back up. I'm done for a few days though. Add me please!

Thanks bud, great overclock, temps are looking very good. Added

Thank you for contributing to the thread, welcome to the club, grab your sig from the OP




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Well, after I got it 12 hours stable on a custom blend using about 9 gigs of ram, I saved the settings and lowered the pll one notch. BSOD. I put it back to where it was. This time I ran the regular blend test. BSOD before an hour (same settings that were just stable. Pll is ruled out since I had already ironed that out and it obviously stopped BSOD's before. vccio is ruled out since it obviously passed the custom blend on 1600 already.

I upped the vcore and it is now at 1.38 in the bios (still reasonable temps)

I do have all the power saving stuff enabled and I read the random bsod section but that seems very geared towards idle BSOD's. I seem to suddenly be getting them again after passing a custom blend and now running the built in blend. I woke up at 1am in the morning and upped the vcore and am stressing it once more. If it makes it past that 6 hour mark I should be ok. That seems to be a good spot to pass.

Any help would be appreciated here. Not sure why it is suddenly blue screening on what seemed like it was previously stable.

Also, my windows 7 boot logo seems to be a lot smoother with the upped vcore. Before it was slightly jumpy. If that makes a difference at all.
Try runnign it again, if you passed once you 'should' be able to pass again. The reson as to why it did that I don't really know, could be a background process that caused it or maybe because your OS has corrupted due to the number of bsods you've laready had. If you read the BSOD 124 link in my sig, you'll see that it's not just geared to idle bsods but random and strange ones aswell. I do recommend that you stress test on a different OS not your main one to prevent it from being corrupt etc. Try reading through it thoroughly and you might find something that may help. By the way what was the BSOD code?




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OK, I'm back here, trying to get into the club.

I just figured out that my computer used to shut itself down... because of Windows settings
So I set it to "never sleep" and now we'll see what's going on. I've done this after having disabled all Cstates in order to avoid this sleep BSOD random thing.

See how it'll go now.

BTW good luck munaim, any news?
Cool, let us knwo how you get on Thanks bud, probably won't know until early next month



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But i already seemed to figured out the issue.. Fumbled on the memory i bought. i was dumb enough to think hyperX itself was enough for xmp but apperently i wasnt paying enough attention, and its not..

Oh well might correct my mistake in december or so, if its really the crux to my bsods.. Altough from what i gather if i can run it at higher rated speeds manually i wouldnt need the xmp correct ? As its just a auto overclock profile ?


Ok scrap that i cant even edit the timings, all i get is invalid imput, meh 40€ mistake i guess. Il see if i can resell it or so. And if not il jst have to bite the bullet in december and get something with xmp. If that would offer anything with my reasonbly voltage hungry chip ofcourse..
XMP is just a profile built in to the RAM that allows the BIOS to read from the profile and set it to the stock setting automatically. I would have thought the RAM you have has that profile (XMP)

Could you post a cpu-z screenshot with the memory tab showing please. Thanks



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stable 18hours prime blend
offset voltage, 0+/-
Ultra High LLC
350 VRM
NO EIST, C1E, C3.C6
Could you add the pic as an attachment please. Thanks.
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So, apparently i can't stay at 4.5 GHz without at least 1.40v, which seems a bit high for me.

I'm currently running prime95 to see if it is really stable, but so far so good with a max temperature of 75c using corsair H60.

Do you guys think this is worth it and safe?

And what about the power consumption, any idea about how much it will increase? I ask this because i have a 650w power supply and i also overclocked the GPU, i'm just wondering if it will hold all that overclocked stuff together.
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I really don't know what to say, how long did you run memtest? What did Chkdsk say? What did you find about your 570, did you also check for gpu drivers? I've recently seen the "have you killed a 570" thread and it seems that some member's have.
Ran memtest for 8 passes, no errors. chkdsk had no errors at all. Checked for VRM leaks. Doesn't matter if I change the video driver or not. I'm going to have to use this driver either way to play BF3. So I can't change it or I cant play BF3.

Its not my video card. I've been playing SC2 like crazy... No artifacts, no crashes, no symptoms of anything.

I honestly think the freezing was just random and wont happen again. BTW I ran another 8 hours of Prime95 blend with 90% ram usage and no BSOD, crashing, freezing, nothing. I just decided to turn it off cuz I feel like nothing is wrong with my computer. I'll let you know if this problem ever happens again.
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the bsod code was the 124, but I have already ironed out the pll and the vccio. all I did was lower the pll, it bsod'd, and then I put it back and instead of running a custom blend I used the built in blend. BSOD.

I think it may have something to do with speedstep. I have all the power save stuff off and had speedstep enabled, because it helped previously, but it seems it goes hand in hand with other power saving features. I am turning it off to see what happens. I will also try testing in safe mode if further problems occur.

EDIT: Running test in regular mode again but disabled all of my background/taskbar stuff.

If it proves stable wouldn't it be a problem as all the background tasks normally run? Wouldn't you want it stable with all of that stuff running in the background?
Edited by rdasch3 - 10/23/11 at 10:23am
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Just got back from a weekend trip.
I worked my computer to a stable 4.6GHz clock with a vcore of 1.425 (I think this is way too high for 4.6GHz)
LLC is set to auto
PLL voltage is at 1.709v
VTT voltage at 1.066v

I thought the voltage was a bit high so I tried setting my multiplier to 47 and my computer won't even boot. I mean it won't even boot the UEFI screen. I'm a bit concerned upping my vcore even more, just to get to 4.7GHz, as 1.425 is quite high already. Any ideas?
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