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Yeah, I've been reading over your prior posts as well. You may have just hit your "optimal OC" wall on that chip. Then next step up might just require a large increase in vcore. As stated by pc-illeterate, PLL voltage could be the culprit as well, although be mindful that adjusting this has only helped a handful of people. I also believe that with the amount of info in your posts, you would certainly do well to create a new thread. That's some good OC log keeping right there, and could probably help a few other people who are more likely to see it on a seperate thread.
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Allright. I started my thread as adviced: http://www.overclock.net/t/1241849/what-could-constant-bsod-101-mean-other-than-vcore/0_50
Thank you Arimis5226 and pc-illiterate for the advice.

So pc-illiterate, you're saying that failing the same prime test very early first, then very late afterwards, isn't a sign of anything? I mean shouldn't there be a difference in failing 5min into the test and 2 hours into the same test like you said?
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Yeah, I've been reading over your prior posts as well. You may have just hit your "optimal OC" wall on that chip. Then next step up might just require a large increase in vcore. As stated by pc-illeterate, PLL voltage could be the culprit as well, although be mindful that adjusting this has only helped a handful of people. I also believe that with the amount of info in your posts, you would certainly do well to create a new thread. That's some good OC log keeping right there, and could probably help a few other people who are more likely to see it on a seperate thread.

Thats what I'm talking about! Thank you for the appreciation.

Hitting my optimal OC was what I was afraid. Though I don't think I tried much at 47x for I stopped testing. Next step I was thinking of increasing the PLL more than 1.8V. If I fail at 47x no matter what, I may try 48x instead, just to see what'll happen.
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So pc-illiterate, you're saying that failing the same prime test very early first, then very late afterwards, isn't a sign of anything? I mean shouldn't there be a difference in failing 5min into the test and 2 hours into the same test like you said?

prime95 test 2 things, the cpu and the ram. the ram consisting of the the actual ram and the imc(internal memory controller which is on the chip itself not on the motherboard)
small fft's are testing the actual cpu and all it does other than the imc
the large fft's test the ram and imc.
the tests rotate what they test, first large then small then large then small and so on.
all i was saying was that, failing a prime test is failing. failing = not stable. doesnt matter if you fail 20k test or the 4096 or the 1920. its just unstable.

bsod 124 is vcore and 98% time 101 bsod is also vcore. small chance it is pll voltage but not likely.
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Thank you pc-illiterate. I get it: failing's failing.

So your advice of me starting my own thread is working.smile.gif I'm getting answers, and munaim1 also answered to my thread. He said he actually answered my question in this thread, but something went wrong and it didn't post. Lucky me.tongue.gif I'll be resuming OC'ing as he encouraged me.
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I would like to join the Sandy Bridge 4ghz club smile.gif This is my first 4ghz+ cpu and I hope to get it up to 4.6ghz 24/7 stable. I'll post an updated screenshot when I make it to 24 hrs.
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Once I finish this overclock project I have a Phenom II waiting to be suicide clocked to destruction. Look forward to it biggrin.gif

Damn it. between 9am and now I got a BSOD code 124. Time to tweak voltage and try again.

Grumble.
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Damn it. between 9am and now I got a BSOD code 124. Time to tweak voltage and try again.
Grumble.

Enable Realtemp's log so you know how long it ran before crashing next time.
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Enable Realtemp's log so you know how long it ran before crashing next time.

open prime's folder and check results.txt
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[Wed Apr 11 09:52:57 2012]
Self-test 2800K passed!
Self-test 2800K passed!
[Wed Apr 11 09:59:52 2012]
Self-test 320K passed!
Self-test 320K passed!
Self-test 320K passed!
Self-test 320K passed!
Self-test 320K passed!
[Wed Apr 11 10:05:12 2012]
Self-test 320K passed!
[Wed Apr 11 17:08:49 2012]

Crashed around 10:05 AM.

Almost 14 hours stable.
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Click to see full image. 4.8GHz @ 1,4v, hyper threading disabled, 12 hours and still going. I'll post another one at 24 hours.

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