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DilbertOfTheHood

Stability issues and boot cycling before start

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So I recently upgraded to a Xeon W3690 on my ASRock Deluxe Motherboard.  But I'm having stability issues. 

 

I've overclocked the CPU to 4.0ghz. (133bclk at 30 multiplier.) I've adjust voltage to 1.36v. but I'm having boot loop issues where my computer will boot loop two times before starting up. And I'm having BSOD a minute or two into windows. Voltage readings are at 1.28v with HW Monitor. Temps at around 40c

 

 

I'm also having problems were occasionally the computer won't recognize some of my RAM modules. 

 

Any advice on how I can make this run stable at 4.0GHz? 


 

System Specs

 

Motherboard: ASRock X58 Deluxe (bios 3.0, most recent) 

 

CPU: Intell Xeon W3690 (3.6GHz) 

 

RAM: 12gb DDR3 (3x2gb g-skill 1033 and 3x2gb Patriot 1033)

 

GPU: PowerColor RX580 8gb

 

PSU: Corsair TX 750w (80+bronze)

 

Storage: Adata 260gb SSD in SATA (Boot Drive) 

WD Black 750gb HDD (game storage)

 

Case: Antec 900 

 

OS: Windows 10

 

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3 hours ago, DilbertOfTheHood said:

So I recently upgraded to a Xeon W3690 on my ASRock Deluxe Motherboard.  But I'm having stability issues. 

 

I've overclocked the CPU to 4.0ghz. (133bclk at 30 multiplier.) I've adjust voltage to 1.36v. but I'm having boot loop issues where my computer will boot loop two times before starting up. And I'm having BSOD a minute or two into windows. Voltage readings are at 1.28v with HW Monitor. Temps at around 40c

 

 

I'm also having problems were occasionally the computer won't recognize some of my RAM modules. 

 

Any advice on how I can make this run stable at 4.0GHz? 

Ahh, another x58 xeon.

Try to overclock in a step by step way, do not directly crank it up to 4ghz


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Posted · Original PosterOP

I've tried step by step incremental clocking. I can't get past 3.6ghz 

 

I'm noticing that no matter how high I crank the voltage it doesn't seem to crest 1.25v   and the voltage doesn't match my setting. Could be set to 1.35v and still get around 1.25v

 


 

System Specs

 

Motherboard: ASRock X58 Deluxe (bios 3.0, most recent) 

 

CPU: Intell Xeon W3690 (3.6GHz) 

 

RAM: 12gb DDR3 (3x2gb g-skill 1033 and 3x2gb Patriot 1033)

 

GPU: PowerColor RX580 8gb

 

PSU: Corsair TX 750w (80+bronze)

 

Storage: Adata 260gb SSD in SATA (Boot Drive) 

WD Black 750gb HDD (game storage)

 

Case: Antec 900 

 

OS: Windows 10

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I forgot to add specs. 

 

CPU Xeon W3690

X58 ASRock motherboard (3.0 bios)

 

12gb RAM (3x 2gb g-skill 1330, 3x2gb Patriot 1330, all DDR3 in triple channel)

 

RX580 8gb

Corsair 750w PSU

Adata 260gb SSD (boot)

WD 750 gb black HDD

Antec 900 case


 

System Specs

 

Motherboard: ASRock X58 Deluxe (bios 3.0, most recent) 

 

CPU: Intell Xeon W3690 (3.6GHz) 

 

RAM: 12gb DDR3 (3x2gb g-skill 1033 and 3x2gb Patriot 1033)

 

GPU: PowerColor RX580 8gb

 

PSU: Corsair TX 750w (80+bronze)

 

Storage: Adata 260gb SSD in SATA (Boot Drive) 

WD Black 750gb HDD (game storage)

 

Case: Antec 900 

 

OS: Windows 10

 

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