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    Default bsod 101/freeze issue

    Need help solving a x101 bsod error that i got this morning.

    I'm recently installed a GA Z77X UP4TH MB that I just got back from being RMA'd

    after checking around on the internet they said I should increase vcore but how much vcore do I need.

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    Default Re: bsod 101/freeze issue

    the only settings I have changed are:
    vcore coltage response - fast
    pwm phase control - extreme performance
    set cpu/vtt to 1.08v
    turned off turbo boost
    set xmp profile 1
    CPU/PCIe Base Clock to 100.1
    CPU Enhanced Halt(C1E) disabled
    C3/C6 State Support disabled
    CPU Thermal Monitor disabled
    CPU EIST Function disabled
    Last edited by Damien Walker; 10-03-2013 at 04:28 AM.

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    Default Re: bsod 101/freeze issue

    cpu/vtt should be fine at stock for 8gb of ram,mines at 1.05v

    try with medium llc


    as for all the c states and eist and turbo boost I leave them on auto/enabled
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    Default Re: bsod 101/freeze issue

    ok I'll try that (as soon as i get home)

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    Default Re: bsod 101/freeze issue

    ok right now I have done what you said and i am now watching whats going on while using it normally

    and one reset at around midnight :(
    no bsod just a random reset
    Last edited by Damien Walker; 10-03-2013 at 01:48 PM. Reason: added crash

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    Default Re: bsod 101/freeze issue

    wazza is there a step by step bios setup u can give me cuz i just really wanna get rid of this random crashes mainly cuz i cant predict it and i have limited resources to test any of the hardware

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    Default Re: bsod 101/freeze issue

    I only have a an oc guide,

    Gigabyte z77x up4 th & z77x up5 th Overclock/Settings Guide

    random restarts are usually memory related or cpu v

    how much dram voltage are you using? for stock clocks all id change are bclk to 100,vcore volt response to fast,pwm phase control to extreme perf and manually set dram voltage(anywhere from 1.5v to 1.65v)
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    Default Re: bsod 101/freeze issue

    My memory is 9/9/9/24 at 1.5v would putting it at 1.555 like you have in your guide be detrimental?

    What I mean is setting it over the listed voltage hurt too much?

    at stock cpu core voltage atm is 1.152v and blck is still 100.1 dram voltage is at 1.5v
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    Default Re: bsod 101/freeze issue

    Wazza i will try and get a usb stick to do a memtest and post results for each stick (running overnight) can i zip a hwmonitor log for anyone to look at?

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    Default Re: bsod 101/freeze issue

    If needed, your memory should be fine up to 1.65 volts and no, it won't hurt the memory.
    Sometimes slightly higher than standard voltage is needed for stability.

    Memtest86+ is an excellent diagnostic tool that can help find out if memory is faulty or if some bios settings are too far off, but it doesn't stress test your system the way that Prime95 and some other programs do.
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