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I know how you feel, I posted mine about 2 months ago and still haven't been added, i put the tag in my sig anyway, in my eyes we both met the main req of at least 12hr stable, wasnt trying to be a dick just figured id mention it in case you were worried about being 100% on the mark, what case is that btw? its a bad @ss looking rig

Oh no, i didnt take it that way at all lol. Its an nzxt phantom full tower. Heres a side shot.

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thats really nice, ive seen the case before in pictures but always empty and always the basic white, im a big fan of it with the red lighting and red accenting nice choice thumb.gif
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Pretty high temps for those volts, you sure everything is working properly for you?

Friend gets nearly same temperatures on my old Thermalright TrueSpirit with 2x Excalibur fans :S

I get max 74C on the 2 middle cores in Prime, the other two are always 7-8C lower.

My VCore is ~1.48V in CPU-Z so real VCore is propably around the ~1.51V mark on this crappy mobo.
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good day guys!

Ive managed to overclock my i7-2600k to 5.0ghz the manual way at 1.47v in bios...

but im having 0x9c error (bsod) when running superpi 32m what should i do?

help....

thanks...
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Hello,

I have been reading here alot, but finally made an account. I have a i2500k with a Noctua D14 cooler. I have been trying to overclock it but I have been getting a lot(!) of bsod's. For the past year i've used the option of my mobo (AsRock p67 Extreme4 Gen 3) to use the auto overclock settings on 4.4 ghz. Lately i have been trying the settings for 4.8ghz, but after some browsing and learning about this i got bothered by those huge voltage spikes when set on auto. And even after awhile i'd also get a bsod.

Now when using Prime95 on 4.8gzh auto settings, my top temp was 64 degrees, but that with with spikes over 1.5 volt, and i'm pretty sure that it's doable with a lot less voltage but manually set.

So i've been trying for the past couple of day to get a stable setting, but all i've been too is bsod city.

I hope I can get some advice here, and work towards 5ghz, i'm willing to push it, because I actually really enjoy overclocking, but I lack some certain sense in the matter unfortunatly.

Gr

Matthias


Go to this post it's a fairly good guide.

http://www.overclock.net/t/968053/official-the-sandy-stable-club-guides-voltages-temps-bios-templates-inc-spreadsheet/2240#post_14466483

 

Also my post about my own set of questions is on the last page if someone would be so kind to look.

 

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HI all I'm back sort of. My stable crashed on me after I exited a game and kept BSOD'ing about 2-3 minutes after logging into Windows 7 after that (every time it was a 0x124 error so I tweaked vcore and fixed it but the temps and volts seemed high for the offset I was using so I decided to completely redo everything. I have since remounted the cooler (less paste seems to be running cooler).

 

At one point (about July-August 2012 whenever the CoolerMaster Load 'Em Up Contest was) when I had to RMA the old one due to the cooler's pump burning out and cooking the chip and VRM's on the motherboard requiring me to get a new motherboard. This chip did 4.8-4.9 GHz with 1.42-1.48v manual voltage 24/7 and doing F@H I have since September ish had to stop F@H (because the power bills were ~$800 without the comp going and the other crap going on) so I lowered the OC and voltage and only used it occasionally until a little after Christmas so I don't think it has degraded but maybe I'm just stressing it in a new way (gaming instead of the three tests in Prime and Constant F@H)

 

The stress test has been running for an hour or so now and the settings are...

Manual Voltage is set to 45x Multiplier @1.35v on High LLC in BIOS ASUS 1805
VID in RealTemp v3.70 is 1.3611
CPU-Z  v1.63 reports a Core Voltage of 1.336V has dropped once or twice to 1.286v


My System Specs for this rig can be found under the Chiller ReSpec Reborn Rig in my signature.

So with the above I assume a negative offset of -0.03 would be in order?

 

 

@phazer11 I'll assume for the moment this is the set of questions you are referring to. Your stop 124 may need other than just a vcore adjustment which is normally associated with solving a 101 stop. Give this a read and see if it helps.

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Pretty high temps for those volts, you sure everything is working properly for you?

Friend gets nearly same temperatures on my old Thermalright TrueSpirit with 2x Excalibur fans :S

I get max 74C on the 2 middle cores in Prime, the other two are always 7-8C lower.

My VCore is ~1.48V in CPU-Z so real VCore is propably around the ~1.51V mark on this crappy mobo.

Screens of a prime 95 run?
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Screens of a prime 95 run?

Doing one just for mr. skeptical then, you can find my temp history from my own thread with temp issues aswell. Took a lot of trial and error just to get them here.

Temps max out on water for me at about ~22min mark so doing a 30min run like I always do.

I would do a 12 hour run but the MOSFETs can't handle the constant load after 3-4 hours. And no one seems to be updating the spreadsheet here so pretty pointless then frown.gif
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67/73/75/66 at 25 minutes right now.

Usually the 2 middle cores are always even at max temps, was 74 for both middle cores before ;o

Screenshot @ 30min mark:


If you check the E4/E6 thread you can see that real voltage is propably close to 1.51V compared to what CPU-Z says.
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67/73/75/66 at 25 minutes right now.

Usually the 2 middle cores are always even at max temps, was 74 for both middle cores before ;o

Screenshot @ 30min mark:


If you check the E4/E6 thread you can see that real voltage is propably close to 1.51V compared to what CPU-Z says.

If i did a 30 minute run id be cooler too boss. A twelve hour run tends to produce some more heat. You need to compare apples to apples here. There is also no way of knowing your clock is even stable at 30 minutes.
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If i did a 30 minute run id be cooler too boss. A twelve hour run tends to produce some more heat. You need to compare apples to apples here. There is also no way of knowing your clock is even stable at 30 minutes.

Not a single BSOD for past umm 5-6 weeks that I have had it now?

If you had bothered to read, it is pretty much impossible to run Prime for over 3-4 hours on the Z77 Extreme 4 board because of the awful MOSFETs.
And Prime is no indication of real world stability either just FYI.

Max I have ran is for 2 hours and the temps were still the same as they were at 30min mark so you are wrong.

If I only could run as low voltage as you do, would propably never break 65C frown.gif
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