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Well... that should take care of YouTube issues. What GPU drivers are you using now?
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Here's my contribution. 4.9 w/HT off as temps got too high w/HT on at 4.8 and up for 24/7 use.

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I would like to be added to this club.
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Sorry I couldn't add the motherboard and RAM; I didn't realize that I had to, and I won't have to run another test.

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Thanks bud, I'll add you in a moment. Thank you for contributing, welcome to the club thumb.gif


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Hello all.

Yesterday i got a freeze while i was browsing on youtube and ofcourse there was no event log for that since it wasnt a bsod. Even if im running my cpu on 4.5ghz i have it stable and passed from all phases of stability tests... Before that freeze i had 2 times nvidia's driver crash within 3 hours. Freeze came after some minutes of the second driver crash.

**My graphics card is at stock clocks!**

Usually i get a driver crash every 3-4 days but yestarday all sudden there were 2 of them?!
This is a known issue from nvidia drivers on 560 ti's which they will fix.... (thats what they say at least)

Im willing to blame the 560 ti and nvidia for their crappy drivers...

BUT (there is always a but) i thought that it might be my CPU (which i give a 10% possibility). So i want to ask if there is anyone out there that got a freeze generally speaking from an overclocked CPU. I was only getting BSOD when there was something wrong but freeze? NEVER!


Thanks in advance
my BIOS setting are here: http://www.overclock.net/gallery/album/view/id/92344/user_id/238556#page=0&sort=display_order

I would recommend that you go onto using offset voltage. Here's the procedure to getting Offset working:

Leave the voltage on manual and read the load voltage with cpu-z (1.368v needed for your overclock)
At the same time read the VID under load with Realtemp (example - 1.378v)

Now the offset required, in that instance, would be a negative value from the VID to obtain the load voltage you need, it would be -0.010v (1.378 - 0.010 = 1.368v)

Also make sure you disable C3 and C6 report. report back and let us know if that works. smile.gif

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Here's my contribution. 4.9 w/HT off as temps got too high w/HT on at 4.8 and up for 24/7 use.

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Thanks bud, I'll add you in a moment. Thank you for contributing, welcome to the club thumb.gif
I would recommend that you go onto using offset voltage. Here's the procedure to getting Offset working:
Leave the voltage on manual and read the load voltage with cpu-z (1.368v needed for your overclock)
At the same time read the VID under load with Realtemp (example - 1.378v)
Now the offset required, in that instance, would be a negative value from the VID to obtain the load voltage you need, it would be -0.010v (1.378 - 0.010 = 1.368v)
Also make sure you disable C3 and C6 report. report back and let us know if that works. smile.gif
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Thanks for your answer!
Why to switch from manual to offset mate? I mean in which point is this gonna help me? As it seems its nvidia's problem and not that much CPU's problem.
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Thanks for your answer!
Why to switch from manual to offset mate? I mean in which point is this gonna help me? As it seems its nvidia's problem and not that much CPU's problem.

Overall Offset is better when its enabled with the power saving options (C1E and EIST - Speedstep). When the cpu is not under load the voltage will drop along with the multiplier, it'll help overall temps and the duration of your chips life. thumb.gif
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Coretemp's VID is accurate or i have to use realtemp's?

On my bios vcore is at 1.370v with ultra high LLC option. This means that on idle i get 1.376-1.368v and on load i get 1.360v-1.368v

To read my VID correctly i have to put load on CPU with prime to get the maximum VID and then compare it with my load's vcore and set accordingly with -10 or whatever? (probably is (-) since my VID is always higher...)

Cant understand how this works to be honest... In bios the Vcore shown in offset mode has completely nothing to do with the real vcore shown in CPU-Z.
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Coretemp's VID is accurate or i have to use realtemp's?

not sure, I use realtemp.

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To read my VID correctly i have to put load on CPU with prime to get the maximum VID and then compare it with my load's vcore and set accordingly with -10 or whatever? (probably is (-) since my VID is always higher...)

yeah that's right, but it's not always a negative value though. thumb.gif

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Cant understand how this works to be honest... In bios the Vcore shown in offset mode has completely nothing to do with the real vcore shown in CPU-Z.

It's quite simple, you use the VID to work out the offset voltage required to get your desired load voltage in cpu-z..
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It's quite simple, you use the VID to work out the offset voltage required to get your desired load voltage in cpu-z..

The last time i used the Offset i was getting BSOD because it wasnt giving so much voltage when it was needed... Thats why i sticked to manual vcore.

Any way i will try it...

I suppose when i have the correct offset seted on bios i will get 1.360v-1.368v on load (prime95) which is the same load vcore i get in cpu-z when i have vcore seted in manual, correct?
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It's quite simple, you use the VID to work out the offset voltage required to get your desired load voltage in cpu-z..

The last time i used the Offset i was getting BSOD because it wasnt giving so much voltage when it was needed... Thats why i sticked to manual vcore.

Any way i will try it...

I suppose when i have the correct offset seted on bios i will get 1.360v-1.368v on load (prime95) which is the same load vcore i get in cpu-z when i have vcore seted in manual, correct?

yeah that's correct. If you start facing issue's with offset let us know, there a couple things that you could try, but for now try and get offset working.
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It's quite simple, you use the VID to work out the offset voltage required to get your desired load voltage in cpu-z..

The last time i used the Offset i was getting BSOD because it wasnt giving so much voltage when it was needed... Thats why i sticked to manual vcore.

Any way i will try it...

I suppose when i have the correct offset seted on bios i will get 1.360v-1.368v on load (prime95) which is the same load vcore i get in cpu-z when i have vcore seted in manual, correct?

yeah that's correct. If you start facing issue's with offset let us know, there a couple things that you could try, but for now try and get offset working.

OK so heres what im gonna change:

C3 and C6 from auto to disabled
volatge to offset and depends for (+) or (-) and the value from the load VID that i will monitor
eist and C1E stays enabled

everything else stays the same, have a look in my bios: http://www.overclock.net/gallery/image/view/id/175044/album/92344
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