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Damn! I left prime95 running since 1am and when I checked on it at 10:30am, my computer was completely OFF...thought it was supposed to reboot after a BSOD? How do I tell what happened? I'm pretty sure my computer was still on at 7 or 8am...

2500k @ 4.8Ghz @ 1.415 voltage on ASUS P8Z68-V mobo w/ Corsair H80 (temps were in 60s).
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Hello,

overclocked mine i5 2500K to 4,2Ghz @manual 1.23V. Passed prime and intel burn test many times and hours.

However when BCLK freq set to 100 on my Asrock p67 pro3 computer boots slowly, works fine but boot slowly.
When manually set to 99.8 boots normally fast.

Is there a difference in holding 24/7 BCLK 100 vs 99.8? Spread spectrum is off since it does nothing to help.

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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


Yeah that's right, however I'll help you along with the process. Firstly post a screenshot of REALTEMP showing the VID of the chip like so make sure cpu is under load:

418


As you already know what load vcore you require for your overclock it won't be too difficult to know what offset to use.
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Damn! I left prime95 running since 1am and when I checked on it at 10:30am, my computer was completely OFF...thought it was supposed to reboot after a BSOD? How do I tell what happened? I'm pretty sure my computer was still on at 7 or 8am...

2500k @ 4.8Ghz @ 1.415 voltage on ASUS P8Z68-V mobo w/ Corsair H80 (temps were in 60s).

Ummm try downloading a program called Blue Screen View.


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Hello,

overclocked mine i5 2500K to 4,2Ghz @manual 1.23V. Passed prime and intel burn test many times and hours.

However when BCLK freq set to 100 on my Asrock p67 pro3 computer boots slowly, works fine but boot slowly.
When manually set to 99.8 boots normally fast.

Is there a difference in holding 24/7 BCLK 100 vs 99.8? Spread spectrum is off since it does nothing to help.

cheers.

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Yeah that's right, however I'll help you along with the process. Firstly post a screenshot of REALTEMP showing the VID of the chip like so make sure cpu is under load:
418
As you already know what load vcore you require for your overclock it won't be too difficult to know what offset to use.

1.3711 is what i see at the moment on load VID in real temp with my manual setup on bios.
My Vcore is manual set 1.370

SO shall i go for -10 in offset?
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Yeah that's right, however I'll help you along with the process. Firstly post a screenshot of REALTEMP showing the VID of the chip like so make sure cpu is under load:
418
As you already know what load vcore you require for your overclock it won't be too difficult to know what offset to use.

1.3711 is what i see at the moment on load VID in real temp with my manual setup on bios.
My Vcore is manual set 1.370

SO shall i go for -10 in offset?

Yeah exactly smile.gif

1.3711 - 0.010 = 1.3701v. That's the idea, however it may require you to use 0.005v or even 0.015 offset. Try it and report back with a screenshot please.
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Ummm try downloading a program called Blue Screen View.
There doesn't appear to be a BSOD from the time of the crash...like it just shut down/killed power maybe?

I just did BSOD recently with 0x00000124 while watching YouTube (no heavy load at all) though...
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there you go munaim

375

the offset vcore with -10 is too low for my CPU's taste. I can enter and do whatever i want in windows but when im going to stress test on 4096k for more than 6 mins its gonna bsod 124

i need 1.360 -1.368 range to be fine so im gonna leave it on -0.000v tongue.gif

[This is my test HDD thats why you see all the tools biggrin.gif ]
Edited by dos659 - 12/27/11 at 12:11pm
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Ummm try downloading a program called Blue Screen View.
There doesn't appear to be a BSOD from the time of the crash...like it just shut down/killed power maybe?

I just did BSOD recently with 0x00000124 while watching YouTube (no heavy load at all) though...

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there you go munaim

375

the offset vcore with -10 is too low for my CPU's taste. I can enter and do whatever i want in windows but when im going to stress test on 4096k for more than 6 mins its gonna bsod 124

i need 1.360 -1.368 range to be fine so im gonna leave it on -0.000v tongue.gif

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Why don't you try a positive range? like + 0.005v and see what load vcore you get. I don't think you can have 0.000v tongue.gif
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