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  1. Hmm i see. I just thought the reason for doing stresstest, was to stress the CPU as hard as possible, and therefor it made a good reference to whether your OC was stable or unstable for anything else So out of curiousity. What did you do with your OC to fix crashing in Assassins Creed?
  2. Well I would like too. But im pretty confident all my drivers are up to date. The one I didnt do was CAMAPP, but did that yesterday as written above. Therefor had some suspicion that could be the culprit. Also my NVIDIA driver is the 2nd latest. And reason for that, is that the newest NVIDIA driver is causing issues, and therefor i rolled back. But again, if it was a voltage issue, how come I can pass 2x Realbench 8hour stresstest with no issue, but playing PUBG makes it crash ?
  3. Yeah thats what I got told as well. The thing is, i did several 8hr realbench testing and all passed. With 1.315v (offset -0.053v) vccio 1.100v. I am currently at 1.340v (offset -0.053v), VCCIO 1.150v. So you'd assume its a voltage issue. But if it was, how come I can pass 2x Realbench 8hour stresstest with no issue, but playing PUBG makes it crash ? Both is also AVX. Had "IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL" 3 times today, while playing PUBG. 1 time while i was ingame, and 2 times while i was ALT+TAB'd and EDIT: So I did some research, and I have no clue if this could be a potential cause. CAMAPP (NZXT app) asked me for 3 days to update, which I didnt. However, I did update yesterday. When googling IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL camapp, there is several people back in the days, whom had issues with CAMAPP causing BSOD IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL. Thoughts on this?
  4. 3000 MHz. DRAM Voltage is 1.300v (didnt touch this - default after enabling XMP) I got told my vccio was high when it was on 1.3XXv, so tryid decreasing it. I then got the same BSOD twice within 30 minutes. First time, i'd upping vcore by 10mv. Then got the same BSOD, so upped VCCIO to 1.150v. Trying to figure out what is causing this.
  5. Alrite, thanks. Btw. atm. i trying to finetune my OC by lowering the voltage as far as i can, using adaptive. Ran 8hr Realbench last night, and everything seemed ok. However, today while playing PUBG i get a BSOD, with the error message: IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL I've read different opinions to this error. Some say its Driver related, some says its Overclock related. So it makes me wonder, whether it's a driver issue, windows issue (reinstall windows) or a voltage issue? I've also finetuned my VCCIO from 1.300v to 1.100v and had it like that for the past 3 days, but perhaps it needs more juice ? Any thoughts on this?
  6. I've got Manual Mode, Adaptive Mode(Optional: Offset) and Offset Mode. So when you refer to "Offset mode" you don't think about Adaptive Mode + an offset, but Offset Mode as its own option, yeah? Is there any information on the specific VID tables available out there? Can't seem to find any. Found an Intel Article from years back, but I assume its different from chipset to chipset. FYI, I made the current OC this morning, and everything worked fine. But tonight i noticed that I had a "WHEA Error" listed in my HWiNFO. Didn't have any BSODs, crashes or anything all day. But I assume when getting WHEA Errors there is something, somewhere, which isn't stable. So upped the voltage by 0.005
  7. I know. As said, it is just itching my eye, and wanted to see if it was normal and if I could fix it Okay, so did very little testing. Made my adaptive voltage 1.315v and 0 offset - During RB vcore was 1.385v. I made a negative offset of 0.053v, ran RB again, and now its at 1.341v, and in games sitting on 1.332v. So now its the opposite from what I had before, however better - I would assume. But if I at some point play a game which is more CPU heavy, and it crashes - I assume I just adjust the voltage or offset accordingly, correct? Another thing I made notice of. Due to my negative offset 0.053v, it made my minimum idle vcore a bit lower. Lowest is 0.568. Before it was +0.600v. Is that a problem? I only did like 15-30mins of RB testing, so obviously have to do more thoroughly testing, and will so when I get this tuned in.
  8. Problem is, if i do that i wont be stable in Realbench / Prime95 etc. Only for my games. I already know my min. voltage is 1.332v for being stable at 5.0GHz. Which is why i am currently using 1.350v with LLC 5, because that gets me to 1.332v-1.341v. As said above. Already clarified whats my min. voltage for being stable is. Can't I work out from that? The issue is, if I put a negative offset of 0.018. It will probably work fine in games, since i get a slight vboost. However if I then do Prime95 i wont be stable there. I hope you understand what i say here
  9. katulen

    Please help me!

    For starters. Reboot your PC, go into BIOS and reset everything to default. Hint; When you're in BIOS, hit F5 makes it go back to default. Save changes and exit BIOS. When it boots up, open up the software, which you used to overclock your GPU, and put everything back to default. See if that helped with your game/chrome issue. Regards to buying new PC parts, i am sure there a loads of guys in here that has some good tips for you
  10. Okay. So the thing is, with LLC 5 i get vdroop, with LLC 6 i get vboost. So your suggestion is to e.g. use LLC 6 to get vboost, but adjust offset accordingly to that? Problem is tho, if im on 1.368v when playing games, with LLC 6 i will probably have around 1.380-1.390v. So I will need to use a negative offset of 0.030-0.040v. Is that how you mean or? If so, would it change anything to do it the otherway around ? So e.g. using LLC 4 (bigger vdroop) but adjust with a positive offset ?
  11. Hmm okay. But for the gaming part of the "issue", it is not something I should be worried about ? And could it potentially be "fixed" by using a negative voltage offset ? It iches my eye to see i'm having a vcore at 1.368v x'D And add to that, I assume using a fixed voltage instead, would proberly fix all the "issues" combined.
  12. Make sense. Well that applies with the game part, where its not really under any load, and therefor a slight vboost occur. But it doesn't really apply to Realbench vs. Prime95 nonAVX then ? Cause its the straight opposite in my situation right. Or is Prime95 just more stressful vs. Realbench, even tho the Prime95 i use is nonAVX ?
  13. Hey guys. I've managed to get my overclock stable with adaptive voltages, however I have experienced some weird behavior which im trying to find an answer to. I hope you can help me. Here is a quick brief of my OC settings: Adaptive voltages: 1.350v Offset 0 (Auto) AVX: Auto LLC: Level 5 When running Realbench, my VCore is 1.350v (no vdroop). When running Prime95 nonAVX my VCore is 1.332v (vdroop). When playing games, e.g. CS:GO or PUBG, my VCore is 1.368v (vboost) So is the reason behind this voltage behavior, caused by the type of load that is put on the CPU ? E.g. stresstesting using Realbench, which uses AVX instructions, is causing my CPU to need more voltages, and therefor sits on 1.350v. Where running Prime95 nonAVX causes my CPU to be fine with 1.332v, due to no AVX instructions. And with games, where my CPU load is 40-50%, needs even less voltages to be stable, and therefor makes a slight vboost. Or perhaps the answer is due to having Offset set to auto ? I don't know if above is the cause of this, I do feel it could be a solution, but i am absolutely clueless on this tho. Please correct me if I am wrong. Hoping to find an answer to this behavior.
  14. No worries, i appreciate your help so far. Perhaps a guy with the knowledge comes In at one point. Hopefully UPDATE on my 5.0GHz attempt: So i messed around with my 5.0GHz profile yesterday, and seem to be stable now. 5.0GHz XMP I - Enabled MCE - Auto AVX - Auto LLC - Level 5 SVID Support - Disabled CPU Core Voltages: 1.385v Intel Burn Test - Passed several times Prime95 v26.6 (1344-1344 FFT) - 1 hour passed Realbench - 8 hours passed. Question is now, how do i get this to work with adaptive voltages, so i can have lower voltages when idling? So if I want to change from fixed voltages to adaptive voltages to get the benefit of that, how do I get around that correctly ? Do I just put in 1.385v as Adaptive Voltage or do I also add some sort of +/- offset as well?Do i change IA DC load lines set to 0.01 ?
  15. I agree 100% here. But point just were that i probably need to test 4.9GHz setup more than 30 minutes to conclude it is stable. However, it was stable in that sense it didnt crash/bsod in the 35 mins of testing i did, and therefor i moved on to try push it further So back to my 5.0GHz attempt. The reason im crashing, COULD be because i need to finetune my LLC to the current vcore, right? Or add more vcore voltages. Is that my only two options as this point?
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