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    Lannister........

    Hi Lannister........................

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    I read your last post..........no worries your posting ok......no complaints......dead thread....most cant understand the first page anyway...lol.......even with pics......lol

    We could start another thread if you wish.......? error code 41 on Gene-z ?


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    what about these voices into bios of asus maximus extreme-z?

    - max power (enable-disable)
    - long duration power limit
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    - short duration power limit
    - additional turbo voltage

    - cpu core current limit
    - cpu i/o current limit

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    Hi I have recently overclocked my system to 4.4ghz @1.31v for a 24/7 overclock and have also overclocked my RAM both manually and just have a few questions regarding the overclock.

    After completing the overclock and and running it for a few days everything seemed fine and I ran prime for around 2 hours with blend test's idle temps between 30-35 degrees and max on full load between 58-63 degrees depending on the ambient room temps which is a little higher than I would like but nothing to be overly concerned about. after around two hours I recieved an error :

    FATAL ERROR: Final result was 45B36FA3, expected: B2FD8175.
    Hardware failure detected

    Everything runs fine including all games and temps never above 60 degrees during BF3 after 3-4 hours gaming but obviously it is not stable somewhere is there anything I need to change in the BIOS do I need more voltage through the CPU?

    Also I ended up with 2133mhz timings @ 10-11-10-28 T2 at 1.56V ran memtest for two hours and that seems to have passed but if I drop it down to 9-11-10-28 T2 or T1 it doesnt like it and wont boot into the BIOS surely I can get tighter timings than this any ideas here would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance
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    Without knowing what settings you are using, trying to diagnose what is causing the failure in Prime is a gargantuan task. List all settings and then maybe I can suggest something.

    As for your question on memory timings; going by your signature your RAM is rated at DDR3-1866, not sure what timings it is rated at. My run of the mill response despite the lack of needed information is: Running the modules at DDR3-2133 will require elevated DRAM voltage and perhaps slacker timings than what the modules are rated for. After a certain point, neither (voltage or timing changes) will help.

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    CPU performance/turbo parameters

    Hi guys,

    Im a little new to overclocking intel cpu's (2500k), came from an amd 1100t/CHV...

    I have read in several forums to increase the current limit, I have assumed this was the LLC settings area where you can set to 140% or whatever desired, am I correct on that or is the pic below what I have read about? I have been messing around trying to get 4.9ghz+ stable but large increases in voltage are required and still cant get prime stable, without getting offtrack im stable at 4.8ghz @ 1.408v load using offset voltage. Im just wondering if the settings below will help if I take them off auto, I have no idea where they should be. For some reason Turbo is greyed out on enabled, but turbo/multiplier are the same so dont think it causes any change. Its either 4800mhz or the idle 1600mhz from what it seems using cpu-z

    Thanks for the help, I re-read the main post to make sure I didnt overlook discussion on this section, if I missed it Im sorry but swore it wasnt there lol

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    Leave those two settings on Auto.

    The DIGI+ section current limits can be left on Auto, too. At a certain point, an increase in core frequency will require a huge jump in voltage to be completely stable (the relationship between voltage and operating frequency becomes non-linear). It is usually wise to back-off 100MHz when you reach that point. In your case that would mean running at 4.8GHz.
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    Thanks Raja
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    Any tips on getting stable @5.0? Im perfectly stable @ 4.5 . @5.0 i can boot into windows fine but as soon as i start prime95 on small fft it bsod's.
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    Go up in steps from 4.5GHz - keep an eye on how much Vcore increase you need for each 100MHz bump. Set VCCSA/IO to 1.10V also.
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    Go up in 100MHz steps from 4.5GHz - keep an eye on how much Vcore increase you need for each 100MHz bump. Set VCCSA/IO to 1.10V also.
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