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Hello Guys!

I'm not member of The Sandy Stable Club.

But I would like to OC my Sandy just to 4.5 at the first round. Now I'm use WIN8 64bit.

I'm at 4.3 with 2500k without any volt changes.

In win 8 I don't get this new BSOD things. I can find many help about OC and BSOD for win 7 but not for win 8 if I miss something I just can see a " " head and win try to repair it. That's good but I don't know the error code so I don't know what I should increase or decrease. If you know something about that or know a good guide page I would be really happy.

Regards

Xes
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If you can't see the error codes then you can always use "bluescreenview" which will show it.
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I find it.. smile.gif Ok Now I will try. Thanks 4 your help.
Edited by Xes448 - 1/27/13 at 4:22am
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So if your computer runs fine, good temps, no blue screens, etc. at X frequency but doesn't run 24hrs of prime 95, would you slow it down or add voltage just to run prime 95?
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So if your computer runs fine, good temps, no blue screens, etc. at X frequency but doesn't run 24hrs of prime 95, would you slow it down or add voltage just to run prime 95?

Those aren't necessarily your only choices -- other things to try, if you're getting 0x124 BSODs:

-- manually setting memory timings instead of using an XMP profile
-- adjusting VCCIO (up or down)
-- adjusting CPU PLL voltage (up or down)
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Those aren't necessarily your only choices -- other things to try, if you're getting 0x124 BSODs:

-- manually setting memory timings instead of using an XMP profile
-- adjusting VCCIO (up or down)
-- adjusting CPU PLL voltage (up or down)
1 is slowing down your memory, which will slow down your computer
2 is upping vccio voltage
3 is dropping pll voltage

But my point is this, what is the advantage if it works fine like it is?
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So if your computer runs fine, good temps, no blue screens, etc. at X frequency but doesn't run 24hrs of prime 95, would you slow it down or add voltage just to run prime 95?

Why does it matter if it runs Prime for 24 hours or not if it works for you in normal use?
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Why does it matter if it runs Prime for 24 hours or not if it works for you in normal use?

There you go again. You really won't understand, will you? It's his choice to set his stability period to 24 hours.
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1 is slowing down your memory, which will slow down your computer

MaxxMEM score with timing set manually:



MaxxMEM score with timing set with XMP:


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But my point is this, what is the advantage if it works fine like it is?

You'll have to take that up with the OP. They're his rules.
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Why does it matter if it runs Prime for 24 hours or not if it works for you in normal use?

That is my opinion exactly.
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