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I am now stable! Probably still do some more tweaking, but it's nice to be stable at last!
post #8022 of 10701
Hey guys, I am currently in the process of my first overclock and am running into some difficulties. Hopefully someone will be able to steer me in the right direction.

Ok, my problem is that I keep getting a BSOD 124 after about 1hr 50mins into a Prime95 Blend test. This happened at both my first 4.2ghz OC and my current 4.5ghz OC. I am able to pass both the Custom 1344 and 1792 tests with no problems, but that 1h50 mark keeps getting me during blend. I have read most of the 124 BSOD solutions guide already, but am still unsure about what my next step is.

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C3 &C6 both disabled
C1 & Speed Step both enabled
Edited by gillfish - 3/26/12 at 2:59pm
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post #8023 of 10701
The rule of thumb here is that C3 & C6 should be enabled when using a fixed voltage.

But I think that speed might be a little out of reach for 1.30v (most seem to require at least 1.35v for 4500).

What sort of baseline/stable OC have you established? You want to leave your voltage at or near default and find out what speed begins to give you trouble.

And list your specs in your sig.
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Well I finally figured out the lowest voltage for my stable 4.8GHz. I'm not proud of it, but here's my submission.

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Edited by btw1217 - 3/26/12 at 5:10pm
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Originally Posted by btw1217 View Post

Well I finally figured out the lowest voltage for my stable 4.8GHz. I'm not proud of it, but here's my submission

Why not be proud of it? Your're 1+GHz over stock... you played the hand you were dealt. I need about 1.5v for 4.8GHz.
post #8026 of 10701
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Originally Posted by uniwarking View Post

Why not be proud of it? Your're 1+GHz over stock... you played the hand you were dealt. I need about 1.5v for 4.8GHz.

Yeah, you're right. I'm just being greedy. 4.8Ghz is nothing to be ashamed of. I just wish my chip could have performed better. Greed. smile.gif
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Can anyone confirm the latest versions of Intel MEI and Chipset drivers for the i5 2500k running ME 7 on the BIOS?

I see MEI for Intel 7 Series Chipset-​Based Desktop Boards 7.​1.​21.​1134

and MEI for Intel 6 Series Chipset-​Based Desktop Boards 7.​1.​20.​1119 MEI-​SOL

//

Also what's with the new RST?

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/SearchResult.aspx?lang=eng

There's a ton of different "latest" versions, with slightly different names.
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I fixed my room cooling woes and got bored and started fiddling with my oc, im not done yet but i got 12 hours 1 minute per fft(expected it to fail quickly, and wanted to test every FFT, jokes on me) 90% ram stable at my first shot

im shooting for whatever i can get at 1.4v or less, this was my first stab at it, got a feeling 4.8 is possible with few changes if any

Theres nothing in the rules saying you cant reduce the FFT duration to ensure all of the FFT lengths get tested in your test time, but if its not a valid run its not a valid run. i even played some high def video while it was testing tongue.gif


Edit: Bummer, worker failed at 11 hours 45 minutes, no matter testing 4.8 at pretty much exactly 1.4
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Alright, I bumped my voltage up to 1.330, 4 hours into prime blend @ 4.5ghz. Hopefully I can make it 12hrs. Also added my specs into my sig. Thanks for the help Samwiches.
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Originally Posted by 636_Castle View Post

Can anyone confirm the latest versions of Intel MEI and Chipset drivers for the i5 2500k running ME 7 on the BIOS?
I see MEI for Intel 7 Series Chipset-​Based Desktop Boards 7.​1.​21.​1134
and MEI for Intel 6 Series Chipset-​Based Desktop Boards 7.​1.​20.​1119 MEI-​SOL
//
Also what's with the new RST?
http://downloadcenter.intel.com/SearchResult.aspx?lang=eng
There's a ton of different "latest" versions, with slightly different names.

Aren't the newest chipset drivers 9.3.0.1019's

Was 9.2.0.1030's
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