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post #19641 of 19696 (permalink) Old 01-06-2018, 11:43 AM
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Ah thanks for the reply. System_service_exception was caused by messed up memory timings. I have 1866 ram and its now at 2400Mhz, but 10-11-11-31 was too tight, so 11-13-13-31 is now working with 1.65v
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Ah thanks for the reply. System_service_exception was caused by messed up memory timings. I have 1866 ram and its now at 2400Mhz, but 10-11-11-31 was too tight, so 11-13-13-31 is now working with 1.65v

I think is not related to RAM, but driver issue.

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Guys, going back to re-OCing my 4790K and using x264 as a stress test. One question though, do I use 8 or 16 threads in the test?

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Guys, going back to re-OCing my 4790K and using x264 as a stress test. One question though, do I use 8 or 16 threads in the test?

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Alright. thanks for that. Hopefully I can finally reach 4.8GHz. There's a steep voltage climb going from 4.5 - 4.7

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Alright. thanks for that. Hopefully I can finally reach 4.8GHz. There's a steep voltage climb going from 4.5 - 4.7

What voltage are you at for 4.7? I cant seem to make it stable
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What voltage are you at for 4.7? I cant seem to make it stable
I had to use 1.322v on mine. In OS it'll be closer to 1.34v. And I can't get 4.8v stable no matter what I do.

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What voltage are you at for 4.7? I cant seem to make it stable
I had to use 1.322v on mine. In OS it'll be closer to 1.34v. And I can't get 4.8v stable no matter what I do.

You've only upped the vcore and nothing else? I've set it up all the way to 1.350v on mine and I still get a hard lock on 4.7Ghz

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Well, I've tried upping input voltage to 1.95v, uncore to 1.1, sys agent and the lot to 0.2v max. The only thing I haven't tried is PCH something something. All doesn't increase stability. I'll crash within 5 minutes of x264. And I'm out of ideas of how to eke out the extra 100mhz. Even my ram can't OC for nuts but that doesn't really matter. And it's not worth trying to purchase 2400mhz ram sticks with the way prices are right now

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