Someone review my setting.
I recently built a new computer that comprised of:
Asus P8Z68-V Pro
Corsair Vengeance DDR3-1600 CL9-9-9-24
Thermaltake Level 10GT Snow
Right now I overclocked my cpu to 5ghz. While I don't seem to be having problem at the moment, my comp recently bsod' while playing skyrim (doing nothing extensive, just idle).
BLK/PCIE Frequency = 100
Turbo Ratio = By All Cores
By All Cores = 50
Internal PLL Overvoltage = Enabled
Memory Frequency = 1600
EPU Power Saving Mode = Disabled
Load Line Calibration - Ultra High
VRM Frequency = Manual
VRM Fixed Frequency Mode = 350
Phase Control = Extreme
Duty Control = T.Probe
CPU Current Capability = 140%
CPU Voltage = Manual
---- Voltage = 1.440
DRAM Voltage = 1.550
VCCIO Voltage = Auto
CPU PLL Voltage = 1.6
DRAM Data REF Voltage on CHA = Auto
DRAM CTRL REF Voltage on CHA = Auto
DRAM Data REF Voltage on CHB = Auto
CPU Spread Spectrum = Disabled
DRAM CAS# Latency = 9
DRAM RAS#to CAS# Delay = 9
DRAM RAS# PRE TIME = 9
DRAM RAS# ACT TIME = 24
DRAM C0mmand Mode = 2
This might be helpful. http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...BSOD-code-list
Hmm seems like it need voltage. Raised vcore from 1.44 to 1.46 and priming for 1 hour using small ffts. Temps for all cores are between 75 and 81 degrees.
I dont know what you are doing with your copmuter, but i would lower the oc to like 4.5ghz 1.35v for regular use. 1.46v with load temps 75-81 isnt healthy for a 32nm chip
Wow that is nice to know maybe now I will be able to get my pc past 3.8.
I guess that a good stress yest would be to fold wouldn't it.
I think i'll give up on 5ghz and settle for a stable 4.8ghz and seeing that there wont be any much difference.
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