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Got my 2500k overclock stable in prime 95 , 8 hours last night . But i keep getting bsod's when surfing and watching vids . Its happenig when the core keeps stepping up and down from 1.6 ghz to 4.4 ghz . Is there anyway round this apart from manual volts(im using offset) . Which i dont really want to leave my volts at 1.23 volt 24/7
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That kinda sounds like your cpu has an issue with how it's being fed power, which could be a psu or mobo problem.

other than that I'm really not sure, sorry

edit: and that's a nice voltage for that overclock
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Isnt there a way to turn off the power saving features for a good stable Overclock? like C1E State or something...? This is what you do with the non sandy bridge i7s and i5's
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I would imagine you will keep getting problems with it until you put the power on manual and get rid of the offset. Its bound to pass the tests as during those its getting its proper OC power, the Volts won't hurt as long as the system is cool
Edited by moonmanas - 3/30/11 at 2:41pm
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I would imagine you will keep getting problems with it until you put the power on manual and get rid of the offset. Its bound to pass the tests as during those its getting its proper OC power, the Volts won't hurt as long as the system is cool
Yep , i'm begining to think offset is more trouble than its worth ...
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