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Alpine March 29, 2011 04:45 PM

Help for a OC I7 2600k
 
I need help to OC a I7 2600 with a Gigabyte P67-UD4-B3....

I was able to get 4.5 20 hrs straight. now, im not able to get anything....
I always have BOSD with code 124 which is QPI Voltage. I did have give it always +1 and + 1 but now im at 1.42.


Any help will be very welcome, here my settings for the moment....


Load line Calibration: Enable
PPL Overcharge: Enable
BulCK: 99.98Mhz
Multiplier: 45
CPU Vcore: 1.30
QPI/VTT Voltage: 1.42 should i add again ??!
System Agent Voltage: 0.92
dram vOLT: 1.56
draM VREf: 0.72
PCH Core: 1.05
CPU PLL: 1.80

G777 March 29, 2011 04:58 PM

Not sure about the bsod code, but looks to me like you need more vcore. I have an Asus board and vccsa/vccio voltages are no where near that high.

draemn March 29, 2011 05:00 PM

Give us information about your DRAM timings and speed. It could be your DRAM limiting your o/c... I highly suggest keeping your voltages MUCH lower than X58 as SNB is weaker to high voltages (You will kill your chip faster with voltages close to normal X58 o/c).

Stay below 1.35v vcore for sure, and VTT I am not so sure, but I'd say to try and stay below 1.4v

Alpine March 29, 2011 05:05 PM

My ram is Gskill DDR3 1600Mhz Ripjaws running at 1600Mhz, no OC on them....
Im gonna drop kid to bed and come back in few mins....

3.0charlie March 29, 2011 05:06 PM

I clocked a 2500k last night to 4.7GHz (under 70c with a TT Frio, and LinX 20 passes stable at Max. memory) only raising the Vcore to 1.355V, nothing else. I think too that your Vcore is low for 4.5.

_dangtx_ March 29, 2011 05:12 PM

Load line Calibration: auto?

also, decrease qpi speed? :)

hate that bastard :D

Alpine March 29, 2011 05:17 PM

im gonna look over the web if i can find something about the BOSD CODE 124 to see it is really...

Eluder March 29, 2011 05:50 PM

I'm stable at 4.5GHz on my 2600k at around 1.24V, I've set it to offset + mode and this is what it hits at load.
I've stress tested for 4 hrs on Prime95, I feel that's sufficient enough to have a stable OC.

Alpine March 29, 2011 06:04 PM

i was at

Load line Calibration: Enable
PPL Overcharge: Enable
BulCK: 99.98Mhz
Multiplier: 45
CPU Vcore: 1.35
QPI/VTT Voltage: 1.20
System Agent Voltage: 0.92
dram vOLT: 1.56
draM VREf: 0.72
PCH Core: 1.05
CPU PLL: 1.80

and crash 45 mins later

enaberif March 29, 2011 06:21 PM

I clocked a 2600k to 4.5ghz by doing nothing but setting DRAM voltage to 1.65 and CPU voltage to 1.30

Turned on low vdroop.


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