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Memory Test was... mariorulesOct 23, 2013, 5:51 PM It can be true, i got AC Logic 350W, maybe it cant rigidly stick voltages ;s Can't find your answer ? yes you'll have yo do it manually, nothing beats overclocking in BIOS.. This link is a memory test to see if you have bad ram. http://aurdev.com/bsod-after/bsod-after-blackout.html

and have put 1.72 volts through it for 4.9 Ghz. 1.4 volts will not kill your chip just keep an eye on the temperatures. In practice, the newer version will need a significantly higher core voltage for the CPU, with an according impact on consumption and load. Please read the FAQ regarding signature sizes Nickolp1974 View Public Profile Find More Posts by Nickolp1974 13th Oct 2013, 10:56 #7 setter Don Joined: Dec 2005 Location: But its a real high voltage IMO and temps are cutting it close so I dont bother to keep it at that OC. why not find out more

i understand, my first time overclocking my systems was very scary with my lack of knowledge in ocing... And at some voltages I get workers stopped so I increase voltage and then get bsod. If it were vcore I'd think LinX or IBT would fail.

Please try my advice for settings. Do the same basic principles still hold true for LGA 1155? I am only repeating the info that I got here and at OCN. It's worked fine before this. Red Thunder (19 items) CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAMi5 2500kASRock Fatal1ty Z68 Pro3 Gen3Diamond Multimedia HD 5970G.Skill Ripjaws X 8GBHard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOCZ Solid 3 60GBSeagate Barracuda

Of course, I know VERY little about overclocking, so is there a thread on the forum that would give me the basics about it? Cheers all!! Anyone else notice this? http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?266589-The-OverClockers-BSOD-code-list Hi guys, been getting quite a few of the above mentioned blue screens when i was playing the bf4 beta.

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My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop OS Windows 7 64bit mariorules View Public Profile Find More Posts by mariorules 23 Oct 2013 #5 Arc Microsoft Windows 10 Pro Insider Preview The following custom runs are suitable for exploring certain voltages (in our experience!): 1344K = Vcore 448K = Vrin/Input 512-576K = Cache/Uncore VTT = 672-720K 768K = Agent/IMC 800K = VDIMM/Timings Reply With Quote 12-23-11,08:36 AM #4 raident30 View Profile View Forum Posts Join Date Sep 2011 Location Las Pinas, Philippines Originally Posted by Plazzed When I had it overclocked, I when i delidded i should of used the vice method and kept on turning the handle!!!

ireland Posts: 28,161 Been upto just 2133mhz so far wazza, settings and voltages in my op. his comment is here If the Prime95 process crashes or just closes, then this is often due to the input voltage and/or the System Agent voltage in connection with the VTT (often it is too Should I R0 my SSD? / Sandy/Ivybridge Overclocking Guide / Haswell Overclocking Guide / AMD Overclocking Guide / Power Supply Guide SSD Reliability/Write Endurance / JOIN THE BENCHING TEAM! / Bulldozer ASUS M4E 2600K @5.1 24/7, 1.45v 8GB G.Skill RipJaw 2133mhz 580 GTX Tri SLI @925, 2400 Silverstone Strider 1500w OCZ AGility Raid 0 OS, Corsair GT's Raid 0 for data.

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  • setter View Public Profile Find More Posts by setter 13th Oct 2013, 12:14 #12 Nickolp1974 Soldato Joined: May 2012 Location: Louth, lincs Posts: 5,063 then dont use em,
  • Event viewer doesnt show up any whea 19 errors for the bsod, unlike it did on my previous setup.
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  • You could also try lowering Offset a bit and using LLC4 instead of 5.
  • F10 and enter If you have a RAID then of course set SATA mode to RAID.

However, 101-BSODs can often hint at a too high cache voltage, or if the computer freezes, that the ratio of VCoreand the other voltages is incorrect. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. If it were vcore I'd think LinX or IBT would fail. this contact form B85M-D3H Memory Corsair Vengence 4GB x2 (8.00GB Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 798MHz) Graphics Card 2047MB GeForce GTS 450 (ZOTAC International) Sound Card Onboard (Realtek High Definition Audio) Monitor(s) Displays LG Flatron E2040T

Im gonna try the system with just the cpu oc in place, default settings on cache and ram, as theese are oc'd as well. Need to play a few more games to see if i can replicate the problem. Personally i avoid such programs as my temps hit the low - mid 90's with fixed voltage already.

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Tbh ive been tempted to just buy a ram kit with a faster default speed. i5 650), the 775 is for C2Duo and C2Quads Main Rig : i5 2500k 4.3 @1.27 | Water 2.0 Performer | 7950 3gb flashed | G.Skill Ripjaws 4x2 1600 | Coolermaster I've been getting it specifically when the vCore is too far from the target, but have been getting 0x101 when it was closer. Cores peaked anywhere from 57-67c, which is definitely within an acceptable range for an Intel CPU (as far as I know, at least).

Find More Posts by smsmasters 13th Oct 2013, 10:48 #6 Nickolp1974 Soldato Joined: May 2012 Location: Louth, lincs Posts: 5,063 Quote: Originally Posted by setter I do own F5 in bios to reset defaults. I knocked the ram and cache settings/voltages back to auto and just ran with the cpu oc. navigate here Last edited by Sam_oslo; 02-19-2011 at 05:17 PM. ► ASUS P8P67 Deluxe (BIOS 1305) ► 2600K @4.5GHz 1.27v , 1 hour Prime ► Silver Arrow , push/pull ► 2x2GB Crucial 1066MHz

What does that even mean? You could also try lowering Offset a bit and using LLC4 instead of 5.