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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    Ya, thanks for pointing out "CPU LLC \ Vcore Loadline Calibration." It should've been obvious to spot but I was sooo sleep deprived at that hour.

    Anyways, I first revert the DRAM Voltage back to 1.500v(stock). I then proceeded to use these four tweaks:

    CPU Vcore (1.180v -> 1.260v) (confirmed in CPU-Z)
    CPU Vtt (1.050v -> 1.060v)
    IMC (0.925v -> 1.055v)
    Vcore Loadline Calibration (Auto -> Turbo)





    So when the OS booted and ran like normal, I ran another prime95 "Small FFTs" test and it still crashed with another 0x124 BSOD error. The test could've lasted about an 1hour to 4 hours in, I'm not sure as I left it running while I was away.
    Should I continue making slight tweaks? Am I on the right path here? This is the only set of settings I've used for this one test, so far.

    I noticed no change in idle temps as I monitored my system, but during the stress test I noticed a +10c increase in full load temps (~65c -> ~75c), I can only imagine it'll get higher if I increase anymore settings. :(

    Also, I couldn't get TweakLauncher to work after these tweaks, I kept getting a dozen error prompts of "The Driver can't release to failure!!", a ton of "Open driver handle failure!!", and "Don't support the chipset of M.B. now!!" Kinda odd.
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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    0x124 - increase/decrease vcore or QPI/VTT...have to test to see which one it is

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    you still might need more cpu voltage,if you set cpu voltage to normal it should unlock dvid for adjustment,try with +0.10v dvid and see how much cpu voltage is being used at 100% load in cpu-z in windows,temps can be around 80c safe limit
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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    In my quest for answers and looking at event viewer, i tired of seeing the older events and wanted an easy way to clear them. I found a batch file over at sevenforums that you can run as administrator and it will clear the Critical, Warning and Error events. You can always do a save of the older ones before you clear it if you want.

    But in my case after I made changes, adjustments, or flashes I wanted to go back and look at a uncluttered list so I could easily see whats new if you know what I mean. Attached it.
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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    you still might need more cpu voltage,if you set cpu voltage to normal it should unlock dvid for adjustment,try with +0.10v dvid and see how much cpu voltage is being used at 100% load in cpu-z in windows,temps can be around 80c safe limit
    I made ^ these tweaks with the settings I posted previously. So it's now:

    CPU Vcore (Normal)
    CPU Vtt (1.050v > 1.060v)
    IMC (0.925v > 1.055v)
    Vcore Loadline Calibration (Auto > Turbo)

    Looks like this:



    with Vcore Loadline Calibration on Turbo, still.


    With these settings this is what CPU-Z reads on Idle (hardly any processes running):




    and this is what it reads on 100% load during a prime95 "Small FFTs" test (ran for 2 minutes):



    Now I haven't checked my 100% load Core Voltage at stock settings/"Optimized Defaults", but I'm guessing what I have now is an improvement.

    Should I go ahead and run another stress test? it's quite a long(few hours) and tedious process to have it just crash from testing a dozen times a day. lol Let me know, thanks!
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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    If it were me I would set CPU Vtt as well as IMC to Auto and CPU PLL to 1.6 and raise DVID offset to say +.015 or +.020.

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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    So now I've tested these settings:


    CPU Vcore
    (Normal)
    DVID (+0.010v)
    CPU Vtt (1.050v > 1.060v)
    IMC (0.925v > 1.055v)
    Vcore Loadline Calibration (Auto > Turbo)


    And I still 0x124 error BSOD'd.

    Here's some details on the 100% load I gained from stress testing with these settings:








    Quote Originally Posted by Conners View Post
    If it were me I would set CPU Vtt as well as IMC to Auto and CPU PLL to 1.6 and raise DVID offset to say +.015 or +.020.

    Ok, I'll give this a try. How would you tweak the CPU Vcore and Vcore Loadline Calibration?

    Should I leave these two?:

    CPU Vcore
    (Normal)
    Vcore Loadline Calibration
    (Auto -> Turbo)

    I'm not very familiar with OC'ing aside from these recent attempts. I only want to get my CPU to be stable and close to it's stock speeds, or whatever my system will support... for now.

    So what exact settings would you use if you could test this build?



    Double post:

    I went ahead and changed what you said, but I'm still getting the same crash. :/

    Here's what I tested:

    CPU Vcore (Normal)
    DVID (+0.010v -> +0.020)
    CPU Vtt (Auto)
    CPU PLL (1.800v -> 1.600v)
    IMC (Auto)
    Vcore Loadline Calibration (Auto -> Turbo)

    I hardly know what most of these settings do? Also, is it definitely the CPU at fault of this crash?
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    Lightbulb Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    Quote Originally Posted by Talic View Post
    I couldn't get TweakLauncher to work after these tweaks, I kept getting a dozen error prompts of "The Driver can't release to failure!!", a ton of "Open driver handle failure!!", and "Don't support the chipset of M.B. now!!" Kinda odd.
    This may be related to not having Intel Management Engine Interface installed, MEI for short. http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Deta...ivers&lang=eng for latest version, if that is not it it might be due to not having Intel Chipset driver installed perhaps? http://download.gigabyte.us/FileList...el_7series.exe

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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    Talic you know you can use a tool in windows accessories called Snipping Tool for screen capture instead of using a camera. As far as CPU Vcore on Normal you have to use DVID offest. Vcore Loadline Calibration I use high but its a preference thing mostly.
    Tell us your settings using this template I made it for the G1.Sniper3 but I bet it will work. Just copy and paste to noted pad , make changes to your settings between the brackets. When you post it back go to the advanved tab and click in the # icon on the menue and past it between the code]paste test here[/code

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    CPU = Model # Intel 3770K
    Motherboard = G1.Sniper3, Revision 1.0
    BIOS Version = F5
    Ram = Samsung Green 8GB 2x4GB MV-3V4G3D/US Dual Channel DDR3 
    
    [ENTER] MIT Current Status
    Advanced Freqency Settings..........................[ENTER]
    CPU/PCIe Base Clock................100.00MHz........[100.3]
    Processor Graphics Clock...........1150.............[Auto]
    CPU Clock Ratio....................35...............[45] 
    CPU Frequency......................3.5GHz...........4.50GHz
    
    [ENTER] Advanced CPU Core Features
    Intel(R) Turbo Boost Technology.....................[Disabled]
      Turbo Ratio (1-Core Active.......39...............[AUTO]
      Turbo Ratio (2-Core Active.......39...............[AUTO]
      Turbo Ratio (3-Core Active.......38...............[AUTO]
      Turbo Ratio (4-Core Active.......37...............[AUTO]
    Turbo Power Limit (WATTS)..........77...............[300]
    Core Current Limit (AMPS)..........112..............[200]
    CPU Core Enable....................4................[AUTO]
    Hyper-Threading Technology..........................[Enable]
    CPU Enhanced Halt(C1E)..............................[Enable]
    C3/C6 State Support.................................[EnaBLE]
    CPU Thermal Monitor.................................[AUTO]
    CPU EIST Function...................................[ENABLE]
    
    System Memory Multiplier..........[16]..............[21.33]
    Memory Frequency..................1600MHz...........2133MHZ
    
    [enter]Advanced Memory Settings
    Performance Enhanced................................[Turbo]
    Dram Timing Slectable...............................[Quick]
    Profile DDR Voltage...............1.50V.............[1.50V]
    Profile VTT Voltage...............1.05V.............[1.05V]
    Channel Interleaving................................[AUTO]
    Rank Interleaving...................................[AUTO]
    
    [ENTER] Channel A Timing Settings
    Channel A Standard Timing Control
    CAS Latency.......................11................[10]
    tRCD..............................11................[10]
    tRP...............................11................[10]
    tRAS..............................28................[28]
    
    Standard A Advanced Timing Control
    tRC...............................39................[AUTO]
    tRRD..............................5.................[AUTO]
    tWTR..............................6.................[AUTO]
    tWR...............................12................[AUTO]
    tWTP..............................24................[AUTO]
    tWL...............................8.................[AUTO]
    tRFC..............................128...............[AUTO]
    tRTP..............................6.................[AUTO]
    tFAW..............................24................[AUTO]
    Command Rate(tCMD)................1.................[1]
    tRW Stability Level...............3.................[AUTO]
    TWR Stability Level...............3.................[AUTO] 
    
    [ENTER] Channel B Timing Settings
    Channel B Standard Timing Control
    CAS Latency.......................11................[10]
    tRCD..............................11................[10]
    tRP...............................11................[10]
    tRAS..............................28................[28]
    
    Standard B Advanced Timing Control
    tRC...............................39................[AUTO]
    tRRD..............................5.................[AUTO]
    tWTR..............................6.................[AUTO]
    tWR...............................12................[AUTO]
    tWTP..............................24................[AUTO]
    tLW...............................8.................[AUTO]
    tRFC..............................128...............[AUTO]
    tRTP..............................6.................[AUTO]
    tFAW..............................24................[AUTO]
    Command Rate(tCMD)................1.................[1]
    tRW Stability Level...............3.................[AUTO]
    TWR Stability Level...............3.................[AUTO] 
    
    [ENTER] Advanced Voltage Settings
    [ENTER] 3D Power Control
    PM Phase ConTrol....................................[eXm Perf]
    Vcore Voltage Response..............................[Fast]
    Vcore Loadline Calibration..........................[HIGH]
    GFX Voltage Loadline Calibration....................[AUTO]
    DDR CH(A/B) Voltage Loadline Calibration............[AUTO]
    CPU Vtt Loadline Claibration........................[AUTO]
    
    Vcore Protection...................250.0mV..........[AUTO]
    DDR CH(A/B) Voltage Protection.....250.0mV..........[AUTO]
    
    Vcore Current Protection............................[AUTO]
    CPU Vtt Current Protection..........................[AUTO]
    GFX Current Protection..............................[AUTO]
    DDR CN(A/B) Current Protection......................[AUTO]
    
    Vcore Protection...................250.0mV..........[AUTO]
    DDR CH(A/B) Voltage Protection.....250.0mV..........[AUTO]
    
    Vcore Current Protection............................[AUTO]
    CPU Vtt Current Protection..........................[AUTO]
    GFX Current Protection..............................[AUTO]
    DDR CH(A/B) Current Protection......................[AUTO]
    
    Vcore PWM THermal Protection.......130.0C..........[AUTO]
    DDR CH(A/B) PWM Thermal Protection.130.0C..........[AUTO]
    
    CPU PWM Switch Rate................500.0KHz.........[AUTO]
    GFX PWM Switch Rate................250.0KHz.........[AUTO]
    CPU Vtt PWM Switch Rate............250.0KHz.........[AUTO]
    DDR CH(A/B) PWM Switch Rate........250.0KHz.........[AUTO]
    
    [ENTER] CPU Core Voltage Control
    CPU Vcore..........................1.195V............[Normal]
    DYnamic V core(DVID)...............+0.00v............[+0.005V]
    CPU Vtt............................1.050.............[Auto]
    CPU PLL............................1.800V............[1.800]
    IMC................................0.925V............[AUTO]
    Dynamic GFX Core(VAXG DVID)........+0.000V...........[AUTO]
    
    [ENTER] DRAM Voltage Control
    DRAM VOltage......(CH A/B).........1.500V............[1.550V]
    DRAm Termination..(CH A/B).........0.750V............[AUTO]
    Data Reference....(CH A)...........0.750V............[Auto]
    Address Reference.(CH A)...........0.750V............[AUTO]
    Data Reference....(CH B)...........0.750V............[AUTO]
    Address Reference.(CH B)...........0.750V............[AUTO]

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    Default Re: GZ-Z77X-UD5H Random freezing and shutdowns.

    So now after a lockup (looping audio whatever), system refuses to boot into win7 except for safe mode. Gets to the welcome screen then goes blank, hear a clicking sound? (either my SSD or .. I don't know, usually I hear one click on normal boot and everything is fine).

    System has been crashing/locking at an increasing rate lately and it's just really exasperating considering how much money I spent on it.

    Running F8 bios with optimized defaults. Tried playing around with a few settings but since I'm not exactly knowledgeable about most of them, have not changed anything that has so far made any difference.

    Anyone have anything I could try?

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