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Hey I'm just wondering if anyone can help me with something about my overclock that's got me a bit confused... My CPU can pass 12 hour blend tests on Prime95 and has been running fine for weeks. I had one occasion though a few weeks back where Portal 2 made the computer lockup and I got a blue screen saying something about a clock interrupt not being recieved or something like that. It's the same blue screen I kept seeing during the process of getting my overclock stable, or at least what I thought was stable! So i bumped up the Vcore one increment on the offset voltage and have been usng the computer without any apparent problems since. Today I was playing BF3 for about 45 minutes and then suddenly the computer just locked up and I got that blue screen with the clock interrupt message again. I don't get it, I can pass 12 hours on Prime95 and use the computer for all sorts of things without seeing any problems, but playing a game can cause this... I follwed munaim1's guide to overclock and have checked other links on the front page of this thread but still don't know what to do or what is causing this. I am using offset voltage with C1E enabled and with C3 & C6 disabled btw. Anyone got any ideas what it could be? It seems like it's hard for me to try different things and test to see if it's fixed as it only happens on rare occasions when playing a game. Thanks.

I just managed to make my computer Blue Screen again doing the custom 1792 FFT test with 90% RAM usage. It failed within seconds. Passed a 12 hour standard blend test with these settings though which made me laugh! Anyways the thing I haven't been doing, which I will now always do when stress testing is have a really heavy RAM usage. Which leads me to my next point - Since it passed a 12 hour standard blend test but failed the custom 1792 test with really high RAM usage, does that indicate that it's more likely to be my RAM that is instable than the CPU? But also, the Blue Screen code is: 0x00000101 which means more Vcore is needed, right? Hope someone can help me solve this! I'm glad that I at least managed to create a Blue Screen error again without having to wait weeks smile.gif

Edit: Ok after a bit of messing with VCCIO and PLL, nothing changed. But more Vcore did get me through the 1344 and 1792 FFT's in the end.

I have a few more questions if anyone here could help me please?
1. When I get to running a custom Blend test later - how much of my 8GB of RAM should I set it to use? Bit concerned that telling it to use the whole 8GB is to much as surely the operating system needs some of that RAM dedicated to run?

2. How long many hours will it take for a blend test to get through all the FFT's? I'm told that 12 hours (which I normally do) is not enough?

3. If I get errors a few hours into a blend test with Prime95 but no blue screen, what voltages should I try tweaking as I wont have a blue screen code to give me an indication?

Hope someone can help! Thanks people smile.gif
Edited by ET900 - 4/25/12 at 2:57pm
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@ET900

If you have 8 gigs, open task manager before you set your custom memory usage to see how much you are currently using. However, I have found that no matter how much memory I am using, if I set Prime95 to use 7200MB of my memory, it will pretty much dominate the memory and whatever programs that were claiming it before the test and have been kicked out by Prime95, so Prime95 kinda overwrites it. This is ok by me because I close/end ALL unnecessary programs before I test and even disconnect my internet and end any "updating" processes through task manager etc.

I usually set it 7000-7200mb on my memory, but sometimes the results will be different depending of what is still using memory and what's not. Usually if you can get your max memory during testing to be 7.2 - 7.3GB in task manager then that's high enough and good with some memory to spare and move around.

I've had a problem with my profile that was 12+ Prime blend stable and fail for the "Super Stable Submission" because I used at least 90% of my memory, and got a 0x124 code, which is kinda strange because my voltage passed a normal Prime blend, but not a custom one. I up'd my voltage by one and after nearly 11 hours, instead of a BSOD I got a worker failed, which means I am close. So hopefully if I up the voltage again by one more, it will pass. If not, then I might have to spend even more time adjusting other possibilities.

It usually takes I think 17+ hours, or more to test ALL FFT's 8-4096.
Edited by SunTzu83 - 4/25/12 at 9:33pm
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@ET900

Adding to everything SunTzu83 said, if you get a worker fail instead of bsod, it's likely to be vcore.
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running second test with MOAR memory. 85% good?

The submission criteria for this club is 90+ i generally do 97/98. SunTzu83 above explained it well.
Edited by Sashimi - 4/25/12 at 8:04pm
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Had 26 hours Prime stable... walked out of the room and bam 101. I'm hittin' 1.512v for my 5.0 Ghz, I think I'll back down to 4.9 frown.gif
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If you haven't undervolted your CPU PLL from 1.8V, you could try that. It can help stabilize borderline core voltages.es.
Edited by kidsafe - 4/25/12 at 8:30pm
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Had 26 hours Prime stable... walked out of the room and bam 101. I'm hittin' 1.512v for my 5.0 Ghz, I think I'll back down to 4.9 frown.gif

Dang how many hours do you need dude? 24 wasn't enough? Trying to make sure it won't mess up when folding?
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Hi peeps, this is my x45 multi submission, 24 hours Prime95 Custom stable, with AXTU stats (hope it works ok) smile.gif

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Dang what's your ambient? Not a crazy Oc but excellent temps from the 212.
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@BabyModR

I have the same motherboard and BIOS. Unfortunately though I updated to the new beta BIOS L2.04. I was originally using P1.30 like you. Tell me, what LLC setting are you using with your OC? Do you notice any difference, or lack there of with the other LLC settings in relation to each other? Reason why I ask is because me and others have reported that LLC will not work properly, though some cases have reported that the use of AXTU has helped the LLC settings work "better".

Also, could you do a simple test for me? Could you go to your BIOS and use any LLC setting 2-5 and use offset mode and select +0.060 and save and go back to the BIOS and write down what kind of voltage that offset value is reporting. After that, could you leave the offset value at +0.060 and just simply change the LLC from any of the level 2 through level 5 settings to level 1 and write down the voltage read and if there was a change, or not. I would really appreciate that.

Thank you

Also, this is optional, but would be helpful. Could you use either CPUID HWMonitor, or HWiNFO64 and tell me the min/max voltage you are getting? CPU-Z does not record min/max voltages. Thanks once more.
Edited by SunTzu83 - 4/25/12 at 10:00pm
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some 12 hours later.

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