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Windows 7: Might Now why my computer crashes while Using Prime!

14 May 2014   #21
sisrace

 

Alright, Time to get back on this, I have good news!
I changed the ram settings to 10-10-10-30
it made the computer last a while longer in prime.
Then i played with some overclocking and voltage stuff. So first i just set the vcore voltage from auto to +0.025
I could run prime about the same amount of time. i started to wonder. why isnt my cpu maxing out at 100%?
i overclocked it to 4.2 ghz and suprisingly enough, prime ran just as good, or bad.. but it stayed around 4.2ghz instead or 3.9ghz. but it was still not maxing out.
Then i stumbled upon LLC. he. i got curious and started to make research, then i set it to extreme. becouse they said that the higher the thingy the better your psu has to be and my psu is very nice ( RM 650 ) so i put it in and restarted, and i went into the bios and got panic. the vcore was at 1.5V and it peaked at 50c so i quickly put the LLC to Regular and magic happened. Im currently as am writing this have been able to run prime for about 10Minutes and the cpu is stable at 100% load. and the voltages fluctuates slowly and stays mostly at 1.3250v instead of completely trippin out completely. and im ideling at 42c at 4.0Ghz. i feel like this is a nice accomplishment. and its nice to know that my cooler is able to cool the cpu fairly well at 1.5V :S But if this turns out to be completely stable i'll possibly in the future overclock to 4.2-4.3ghz if i feel the need for it


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