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Void Hood

107c on CPU

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Void Hood

Hello, I'm trying very hard to avoid this weird microstutter I get when turning my camera really fast in towns. Most noticable when riding through town and using the look back feature. I tried OCing my CPU (K series)  to 4.8 GHZ with 1.6 voltage and have it stable. This works for a few minutes and the microstuttering is improved (not in Saloons) but now I'm experiencing a blue screen every thirty minutes. I usually experience a random crash around this time anyway, and I thought it was just an extent of that, but I was wrong. Upon checking my core temps I had 105 with a spike of 107. This seemed high so I opened my case for better ventilation without much if any improvement. I'm at my wits end. I really want to play the game but these microstutters in town are horrible. I'd rather blue screen every thirty minutes. Does anyone have any suggestions for how to fix this problem or possibly a graphical option I could disable/enable to resolve the issue? Ive tried swapping APIs already.

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D1rtyD1g1tal

Hopefully you haven't fried your CPU yet. Which CPU do you have?

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Banana

Opening the case would give you worse ventilation, as you are screwing up the proper flow of air in your computer case.  What is your hardware setup and how long have you owned it?

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Rusev

Why would you keep the overclock when your cooling is inadequate for it? At 100c it will thermal throttle anyway...

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Ghetzi
7 hours ago, Void Hood said:

Hello, I'm trying very hard to avoid this weird microstutter I get when turning my camera really fast in towns. Most noticable when riding through town and using the look back feature. I tried OCing my CPU (K series)  to 4.8 GHZ with 1.6 voltage and have it stable. This works for a few minutes and the microstuttering is improved (not in Saloons) but now I'm experiencing a blue screen every thirty minutes. I usually experience a random crash around this time anyway, and I thought it was just an extent of that, but I was wrong. Upon checking my core temps I had 105 with a spike of 107. This seemed high so I opened my case for better ventilation without much if any improvement. I'm at my wits end. I really want to play the game but these microstutters in town are horrible. I'd rather blue screen every thirty minutes. Does anyone have any suggestions for how to fix this problem or possibly a graphical option I could disable/enable to resolve the issue? Ive tried swapping APIs already.

Without much to go on, the BSOD probably means your OC isn't stable at all.  It would be helpful to know which CPU you have, as 1.6v is most likely way too high and the probable cause behind it.  Yes, it will thermal throttle, but overdoing the voltage can seriously degrade the lifespan of your CPU.  The 9900k, for example, should max at 1.5v under normal conditions, likely resulting in very high core temps.  (There are exceptions, such as LN cooling, but I'm going to assume you're air cooled given your comment about the case.)  It can be deceiving because the system can boot up fine and seemingly operate normally which suggests stability, but when put under any load of significance the system will crash (BSOD).  Which is what I assume is happening here.  The best way to determine OC stability is to stress test it - what tools did you use to stress the new voltage?  Regarding microstutters specifically, it could be as simple as putting a cap on your fps, but it would be hard to help without more info on specs, drivers, etc.  For now, I recommend going into Bios and setting the CPU back to stock until you investigate further and the BSODs are resolved.

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BlackScout

You clearly don't have room for that overclock.

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RuskiChleb

well next time buy a better case, fan - and learn how to oc, just go back to the factory settings and change ur thermal paste on cpu

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Geisterfaust
17 hours ago, Void Hood said:

I tried OCing my CPU (K series)  to 4.8 GHZ with 1.6 voltage and have it stable. This works for a few minutes and the microstuttering is improved (not in Saloons) but now I'm experiencing a blue screen every thirty minutes.

Keep doing that and there going to be zero stutters on your machine, because it will die. Please, go back to 1.35 at max, Intel chips are not really designed to sustain anything over 1.4 and you're killing it. And we're not even talking about the VRM on your motherboard, you're risking it too. Some Intel chips are notorious for having a weak IMC (5820k and all that line first that comes to mind) and if you manage to kill it, you will be out of dual channel mode with otherwise working CPU. With single channel you're done in this game, so don't risk it. Anything beyond 80C is borderline damaging and at these temps you're observing overclocking is useless, because CPU will throttle down and drop the clock.

 

Check the video settings guides, drop some settings significantly and then raise them step by step while checking how the game looks and performs. It will take some time, but this way you will be playing and not killing your hardware.

 

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D1rtyD1g1tal

If the OP doesn't respond in 3 days I'm going to have to assume that he blew up his PC.

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wasd

107c lol you can cook on top of that cpu

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Jason

As others have said, your cooling is not up to par and your overclock is not remotely stable. I would highly recommend that you avoid overclocking if you do not have at least decent knowledge of the ins and outs of it. Generally speaking, you start small and stress test for at least a couple of hours to ensure it's stable. Going big straight away (especially with voltage) is likely to end in tears.

 

I would be interested to know your specs if you haven't blown your PC up already. It's possible that your PC isn't up to spec, but going by those temperatures it sounds like you need to either go for an entirely new PC or redo your cooling entirely.

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RRising

Also the cpu would be thermal throttling like a mofo so what oc op is getting would be largely negated.

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Officer Friendly

Are you sure its 100+ Celsius? You're computer would automatically shut down somewhere north of 90 to protect itself. The CPU is irreversibly degraded running at 100+ Celsius, if not toast already.

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Pointi1978
1 minute ago, Officer Friendly said:

Are you sure its 100+ Celsius? You're computer would automatically shut down somewhere north of 90 to protect itself. The CPU is irreversibly degraded running at 100+ Celsius, if not toast already.

100 Fahrenheit would be like 37 Celsius, which is then a little low again for 4.8 GhZ :D

OP surely already cooked his CPU.

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Officer Friendly
6 minutes ago, Pointi1978 said:

100 Fahrenheit would be like 37 Celsius, which is then a little low again for 4.8 GhZ :D

OP surely already cooked his CPU.

Well I hope he at least cooked some food out of it.

 

 

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Jenia

RIP CPU.

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Rusev
39 minutes ago, Jenia said:

RIP CPU.

A moment of silence to the CPU that still managed to run at 1.6v with air cooling...

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SWATsqad™
On 12/2/2019 at 1:18 PM, Banana said:

Opening the case would give you worse ventilation, as you are screwing up the proper flow of air in your computer case.  What is your hardware setup and how long have you owned it?

That is the most ridiculous thing I've heard this year.

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Banana
50 minutes ago, SWATsqad™ said:

That is the most ridiculous thing I've heard this year.

Read up on air pressure and air flow, you f*cking nonce. 

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Rusev
1 hour ago, Banana said:

you f*cking nonce. 

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NativeX

Rockstar owes everyone a big amount now for taking RDR2 away from people and destroying their hardware.

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Gforce

Since getting RDR2 I had similar issues to yours, I'm also on intel and found I had CPU problems, I ended up testing my system with "Intel Extreme Tuning Utility (XTU)", my cpu was clocking up and down none stop and eventually XTU told me my CPU was thermal throttling even though it wasn't, turned out that RDR2 killed off my Seasonic Platinum 1 1kw PSU, no joke I ended up buying a brand new Seasonic Prime Platinum 1000w on Cyber Monday, arrived today and installed it and all my CPU issues vanished, R* owes me a £200 PSU.

Anyway, you should test your system with XTU and use it to tune your system correctly for overclocking, has all the safety tools built in and will let you know if there's anything wrong with the CPU side of things

my only real advice using Intel XTU for OC'ing is, RTFM 😉

Good luck

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/24075/Intel-Extreme-Tuning-Utility-Intel-XTU-





 

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2ndLastJedi

1.6v, 107c, lol, rip. 

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pariah87

I love how the OP hasnt posted since he created this topic lol

 

 

 

I hope he didnt burn his house down...  

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NativeX

I understand why OP isn't replying. Some people in the other topic mocked him for asking a question about 4K 144 FPS. Here he asks for help one more time and he gets similar results. The nightmare is we don't have a final solution in RDR2, the game is still terribly broken. Rockstar better have all the important problems fixed within 1 month.

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D1rtyD1g1tal
1 hour ago, NativeX said:

I understand why OP isn't replying. Some people in the other topic mocked him for asking a question about 4K 144 FPS. Here he asks for help one more time and he gets similar results. The nightmare is we don't have a final solution in RDR2, the game is still terribly broken. Rockstar better have all the important problems fixed within 1 month.

The odds of having damaged hardware are far more likely. It's quite obvious the OP isn't very well educated with overclocking. The lesson that can be learned here is to always ask first if you are unsure.

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Pointi1978
1 hour ago, NativeX said:

I understand why OP isn't replying. Some people in the other topic mocked him for asking a question about 4K 144 FPS. Here he asks for help one more time and he gets similar results. The nightmare is we don't have a final solution in RDR2, the game is still terribly broken. Rockstar better have all the important problems fixed within 1 month.

Oh, he tries to get 144 fps in 4k in RDR2? Now I understand why he overclocked his CPU this hard and most likely cooked it.

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NativeX
1 hour ago, D1rtyD1g1tal said:

The odds of having damaged hardware are far more likely. It's quite obvious the OP isn't very well educated with overclocking. The lesson that can be learned here is to always ask first if you are unsure.

At the time when he wrote this topic, he mentioned his CPU was already at 107c. It is dumb of people to be so quick to assume it fried when no one knows the situation except OP.

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Enerjex

You could potentially get some advice on recommended voltage if you specify which K series processor it is.  Without knowing which one it is I can safely advise you immediately reduce the voltage from 1.6 down to something more in the range of 1.3.  Some can take a bit more than this but given you've willingly set it to 1.6v suggests you need to do a little more studying on OC for your specific CPU before pushing any voltage limits.

 

Not hatin', just don't want you to fry your CPU, which you will do at 1.6v.

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MeatSafeMurderer
On 12/2/2019 at 6:04 AM, Void Hood said:

1.6 voltage and have it stable ... a blue screen every thirty minutes ... my core temps I had 105 with a spike of 107

lmao

Here I was thinking that OCing in 2019 was nigh on impossible to f*ck up.

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