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    Default Re: Crashes and BSOD with EP45-UD3P

    Please raise your v core up one notch at a time. Are you sure your VID is not more like 1.25000v?

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    I am running the template that Conner made. My temperature cores are way down now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    You realise that 100c core temps are the absolute maximum allowed temperatures. At that point the processor throttles or even shut down completely. Runing temps of over 80c for long may shortenn the life of your CPU.
    Temps should be kept below 70c for Prime95.
    Chike that may have been a large part of the problem don't you think?

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    Umm... I don't know where the VID on CPU-Z is but I used Core Temp. If the VID = Core Voltage on CPU-Z then its around 1.136-1.152V but on Core Temp it says 1.2125V. This is all while running LinX after turning up the V-Core up a notch.

    Failed IBT around 65 Seconds
    and LinX at 2 minutes 9 seconds.
    Last edited by itzkin; 08-19-2009 at 10:19 AM.
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    CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E)..............: [Disable]
    CPU EIST Function....................: [Disable]

    Disable those two and then see what vid reads.

    Edit: When you first load optimized defaults what did the bios say the vcore was?

    CPU Vcore….………........1.25000v......: Auto
    ................................^^^^^^ that number
    Last edited by Conners; 08-19-2009 at 10:26 AM.

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    Um... on Core Temp it reads 1.2125V and on CPU-Z the Core Voltage is 1.168-1.184
    but the Core Voltage drops to 1.136 to 1.168 and the VID doesnt move during LinX.

    It was all - Auto.
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    Default Re: Crashes and BSOD with EP45-UD3P

    read my edit

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    Default Re: Crashes and BSOD with EP45-UD3P

    If you save a text dump in CPU-Z the VID is not far below.
    VID is stock vcore, what you see in BIOS as default. The motherboard set this value but there is a vdrop so the actual value on idle is lower. Than at load there's vdroop which lower it even more, it's all part of normal operation nothing to worry about.
    0.1v vdrop+vdroop is not an exception.
    Last edited by Chike; 08-19-2009 at 10:29 AM.

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    CPU Vcore is said to be 1.21250V. But I turned it up to 1.21875V because u said to turn it up a notch.


    Also max vid on Cpu-Z is 1.213
    Last edited by itzkin; 08-19-2009 at 10:33 AM.
    Gigabyte EP45-UD3P Rev 1.0
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    Default Re: Crashes and BSOD with EP45-UD3P

    Ok do this start CPUZ and go to the about tab and click on Save Report (.TXT) Then open the report and scroll down to where it says Max VID 1.250 V. Replace 1.250V with what your says. Like chike says. Also whatever that number is put it in your bios instead of auto (or wharever # you had) on vcore. Then test... let us know what happens...
    Last edited by Conners; 08-19-2009 at 10:38 AM.

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