Originally Posted by McLaren_F1
munaim1, which would you play?
Still getting BSOD 124
VCCIO, does seem a little high.
You shouldn't need to touch that unless you're overclocking the RAM. Try leaving it on auto and see what happens.
Sorry I meant to reply back to your previous post about it failing after 10hour's, if that's the case, bump the vcore by one and that should do it.
Originally Posted by kaaoslove
I ran Prime95 blend on a 4.5 ghz OC @ 1.3 vcore for over 6 hours stable
Now I dropped my vcore to 1.250 still at 4. 5 ghz OC how long do I need to run it minimum to have a stable OC?
I don't run my computer for folding the longest I've ran it is maybe 10 hours on a weekend gaming but never 24/7
Right now I'm almost at 4 hours at 1.250 vcore @ 4.5 ghz OC do I really need to do the 12 hour marathon?
It seems to me that no errors at my 1.3 vcore Prime95 blend stress test was ok no bsod or worker failures
Now 4 hours @ 1.250 vcore 4.5 ghz OC still stable no bsod or worker failures do I need to really go longer as seeing for gaming I never really use 100% of all 4 cores 8 threads anyways my temps dont even go @ 50 C when just gaming
12hour's minimum I'm afraid or else there is a chance that it could bsod in general usage / gaming etc. It's up to you
Originally Posted by Rops84
I have a problem stabilizing my 5 ghz overclock...
I can boot to windows @ 1.42 Vcore with x50 multi(and at x52 multi @ same Vcore),but i cant get it stable to pass even a few first tests in prime95 even @ 1.5 Vcore.
It s always the 2nd worker that fails...so i never get the blue screen with a code...
Tried almost every voltage combination and still no sucess...
C states are all off but C1..
I run it on offset and fixed voltage and had no success...
Is there something im missing here?
Any other setting that i should know about?
Or is my chip just not able to be stable at x50 multi?
That's probably it, you may just need more vcore, not all chips can go do 5ghz stable.Edited by munaim1 - 11/6/11 at 6:45pm