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    Ok, for now let's set the windows power plan to high performance, this will make your cpu run at a constant 4.2 GHz. Your temps look good want to shoot for a higher overclock?

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    ok changed PowerPlan to High Performance and now its a consistent 4200Mhz

    Yes lets push it as far as we can

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    ok, go into the bios and set the cpu core ratio to 44 and cpu core voltage to 1.30v and run the stress test again monitoring the temps. post your temps again please.

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array siliconart's Avatar
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    Ok here are the results for-

    44 @ 1.30v

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    Ok looks good so far go back into the bios and raise the cpu core ratio to 45 and run the test again. If you are stable with core ratio 45 and cpu core voltage at 1.30v this is very good. Report if you are stable.

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array siliconart's Avatar
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    ok so at 45 @ 1.30v I got a BSOD just after it loaded my Windows desktop

    Update: It rebooted and I started the RealBench Stress Test and it got to about operation 9 and then BSOD and rebooted.
    Last edited by siliconart; 04-05-2014 at 02:16 AM.

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    ok raise the cpu core voltage to 1.32v with cpu core ratio to 45 and run the stress test again. If it BSOD's with 1.32v, try 1.33v report your temps.

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array siliconart's Avatar
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    ok here are the results for-

    45 @ 1.35v

    I didn't see your update to your post, so I ran the test with the above values and below are the results

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    Moderator Array Nate152 PC Specs
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    That's great ! Now Open up real temp and play the most demanding game you have for say 10 minutes and report your maximum temps. By the way after setting defaults is your ram running at 2400MHz?

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    Ok so played Battlefield 4 all on Ultra Max settings- Temps about 67 then about the 6min 35sec mark everything froze and BSOD

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