Rampage IV Extreme + 3930K Overclock

Discussion in 'Processors and motherboards Intel' started by Zaca, Dec 14, 2012.

  1. Zaca

    Zaca Member

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    Hi guys.
    I need help with my overclock.
    I tucked the CPU 4.8mhz, but when I do a test with prime95 or 3DMark11 or 3DmarkVantage, my PC crash in the middle of the test´s and gives a blue screen code: 0x00000101 (0x0000000000000011, 0x0000000000000000, 0xFFFFF88C03B42180, 0X000000000000000A)
    I changed the following voltages:

    CPU Ration: 48
    X.M.P Enabled
    CPU Vcore - 1.385
    VTT CPU Voltage - 1.20000
    2nd VTTCPU Voltage - 1.16997
    CPU VCCSA - 1.20000
    Dram Voltage (CHA,CHB) - 1.515
    Dram Voltage (CHC,CHD) - 1.515
    CPU PLL - 1.80000
    PCH 1.1V . 1.10000

    DIGI+Power Control:

    CPU Load-line Calibration - Ultra High
    CPU Current Frequency - 140%
    CPU Fixed Frequency - 350
    CPU Power Duty Control - Extreme

    CPU VSA:

    VCCSA Load-line Calibration - Extreme
    VCCSA Current Capability - 140%
    VCCSA Fixed Frequency - 350

    When I start doing tests Prime95 seems to be okay as you can see in the picture

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    Please can some one help?
     
  2. BLEH!

    BLEH! Ancient Guru

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    PLL maybe? There's a limit to how fast you can clock with that at stock.
     
  3. cowie

    cowie Ancient Guru

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    4 things i'd try

    I set 2cpuvvt to auto
    Then try more vcore
    third you may have to use up to 1.28+ vvt
    Lastly i'd test out an odd number multi like 49 or 47
     
  4. ---TK---

    ---TK--- Ancient Guru

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    0101 raise your voltage (cpu) seen that bsod many times
     

  5. MechWarrior

    MechWarrior Master Guru

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    Your temps seem more than a little off to me. Under load there is no way there should be a 26 degree variance between cores. I have a feeling that your cpu cooler isn't mounted properly. I've never seen temps vary that much between cores, ever.
     

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