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Originally Posted by k0smo86;15606011 
I spent all weekend trying to get stable above 4.5ghz, no luck. It takes CRAZY vcore to even boot at 4.6ghz. Looks like this chip is sub-par.

Yeah, luck of the draw sucks. If you wanted a better chip, you could always sell your current one for a minor loss and play the silicon lottery again.
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Originally Posted by compudaze;15606838 
Yeah, luck of the draw sucks. If you wanted a better chip, you could always sell your current one for a minor loss and play the silicon lottery again.

I was thinking about it, but I don't think it's worth the hassle. 4.5ghz is nice for folding right now, with no guarantee I could even hit 4.5ghz again. I'll stick with this smile.gif
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Originally Posted by baalbelphegor;15606716 
awesome, thanks for the help! I'm wondering if I should go for 5ghz. is it even a noticeable difference for gaming? that's really all I'm using it for

I did feel a difference from 4 ghz to 4.5 ghz...
But from 4.5 to 4.8 ghz i dont see any real difference...also depends what games u play...

So lets try those BIOS screenshots this way than...
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Edited by Rops84 - 11/7/11 at 3:31pm
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Hey munaim and everyone:

I passed 25 Passes of Intel Burn Test on Maximum no problem.

So I ran Prime 95 Blend all night, and at about the 8 and 1/2 hour mark, I got BSOD 124.

Everything is on auto (ie spread spectrum, PLL, VCCIO, etc)

LLC is on Extreme, and I have this done in bios:

CPU Current Capability - 140%
Phase and Duty Control - Extreme
EPU Power saving - Disabled
VRM Frequency - Manual - 350

I can take pics of my bios if necessary. I would really like 4.8GHz but I personally have never had this much trouble getting a OC tweaked like this.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Rops84;15607117 
So lets try those BIOS screenshots this way than...

Thanks for the BIOS pics. +rep thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by jam3s;15608165 
Hey munaim and everyone:

I passed 25 Passes of Intel Burn Test on Maximum no problem.

So I ran Prime 95 Blend all night, and at about the 8 and 1/2 hour mark, I got BSOD 124.

Everything is on auto (ie spread spectrum, PLL, VCCIO, etc)

LLC is on Extreme, and I have this done in bios:

CPU Current Capability - 140%
Phase and Duty Control - Extreme
EPU Power saving - Disabled
VRM Frequency - Manual - 350

I can take pics of my bios if necessary. I would really like 4.8GHz but I personally have never had this much trouble getting a OC tweaked like this.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

I gave u a few pointer's in your other thread here: http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/1151458-sandy-bridge-bsod-124-a.html
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Originally Posted by munaim1;15448140 
Woah what guide have you been following????

VCCIO 1.3v eek.gif Max safe is 1.2v give or take for 24/7 usage. Why are you running Extreme LLC?

Running extreme will cause votlage spikes under load and cause your idle vcore to remain low.

I talked about how the the LLC level can impact idle and load situations. I would recommend that you reduce the LLC setting to HIGH and increase the vcore, that will in turn increase your idle voltage. Read the OP of the "BSOD 124 with SB" in my sig thoroughly and while your at it, try my guide here:

http://www.overclock.net/14466483-post2250.html

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Originally Posted by jam3s;15448127 
Ok. Any pointers as to what PLL and VCCIO should be?


I don't know where it 'should' be, that's dependant on your own components. I would say drop the PLL to 1.5v and work your way up and leave VCCIO on auto for now.



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Originally Posted by jam3s;15448163 
Thanks. I'll set VCCIO to 1.2, vcore to 1.45, and reduce LLC to high.

What about PLL?
Quote:
Originally Posted by munaim1;15448188 
I would highly recommend that you read the two threads I was going on about.

The vccio does not need to be set to the max lol tongue.gif Auto could work just fine as long as your RAM is at it's stock settings, maybe increasing the vccio to 1.08/1.1v may help stability. Follow the guide I posted and report back.

One other thing, leave the BCLK on 100, increasing it a little can cause unstability, you're at 103 lol tongue.gif

Only reason to mess around with the BCLK is for when you want to squeeze every last mhz from the chip for when you want to run a suicide run or something.


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Originally Posted by jam3s;15465217 
sorry I should be more clear: While testing Prime 95 Blend I crashed and got a BSOD error code 124 about 6-8 hours into the blend.

I know I can fold for stability, but that's not exactly what fixes my problem.

I don't know where to start on fixing this problem.
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Originally Posted by munaim1;15467088 
Folding is not the same as prime unfortunatly, I've come accross one person who was folding for over a week but failed within minutes of prime blend.

If you're failing after that long, then I suspect you need a touch of vcore.


EDIT:

Also post your BIOS settings as you have them, still curious as to why you're using 1.2v VCCIO. You do realise that too much voltage will cause bsods? tongue.gif

Work your way up from auto, it's a lengthy process and one that takes time, or you could just throw voltages at it and hope for the best redface.gif

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Unfortunately munaim, I'm looking for a bit more intensive help than a link to an old thread of mine that didn't really help.

Anyone with pointers would help me. I will try with less PLL tonight and maybe that will work. Maybe I need to adjust something that is already on auto.

I have no idea where to start and it's frustrating to think I have to wait another 8 hours just to see it fail again


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Munaim's idle BSOD thread proved very helpful for me(tho my issue wasn't exactly related). I was pretty certain my rig was rock solid; turns out it wasn't. And even after I did stabilize it following that thread, there was still some issues that only become apparent while folding(stock memory timings caused client to crash).
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I have no idea where to start and it's frustrating to think I have to wait another 8 hours just to see it fail again
- I'm assuming you've done the 15-20minute runs of 1344/1792 and passed those, correct? If not I would start there. If you can't get through 20mintues of those, then you won't have to wait 8hrs.
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Munaim's idle BSOD thread proved very helpful for me(tho my issue wasn't exactly related). I was pretty certain my rig was rock solid; turns out it wasn't. And even after I did stabilize it following that thread, there was still some issues that only become apparent while folding(stock memory timings caused client to crash).

- I'm assuming you've done the 15-20minute runs of 1344/1792 and passed those, correct? If not I would start there. If you can't get through 20mintues of those, then you won't have to wait 8hrs.

Ok will try that then. Thanks


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Unfortunately munaim, I'm looking for a bit more intensive help than a link to an old thread of mine that didn't really help.

Anyone with pointers would help me. I will try with less PLL tonight and maybe that will work. Maybe I need to adjust something that is already on auto.

I have no idea where to start and it's frustrating to think I have to wait another 8 hours just to see it fail again


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Why dont u just try to copy other peoples BIOS settings for your board?
Seems to me like a good place to start...

This thread is also good i guess... ;

Also first use Prime95 FTT 1344 and 1792 20 min each to reduce time waiting if unstable...but even than it can fail prime95 after 8+ hrs...u just never know...
Care for MAX voltages & temps...
Everything else is patience... i spent more time OC and researching about this chip than i actually did anything else on it...
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Hi
I OC'ed my i7 to 4.5 and passed prime95 for 10hrs no bsod.
But in the last few days i have a very strange BSOD code 3b, it happen while i was idle or transfering data through usb.
Do i need to add more vcore?

Thanks
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