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USB Devices Cutting out randomly after OC... Possible freezing?


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This is odd, when re overclocking my computer, after a certain point in time, the USB devices cut out and the computer appears to freeze, I can't tell as I have no input devices working.

Why is this happening?

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Why is this happening?

The overclock is unstable and the computer is crashing.
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Yeah but this is the weird thing, it doesn't restart, blue screen or anything it just completely freezes.

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that means that your overclock is seriously off
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I've had higher OC's with the same settings before, on the same cpu motherboard etc... ill do some more investigation.

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USB's controled IOH / SB - needs more voltage

You've not got enough voltage runnining somewhere. Might even need more CPU-V (has enough to get into windows but not enough @ 100% loadup)

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Hmm, Well I seem to have fixed the problem, one of the things I did not do this time, that I did before was change the dram-qpi link voltage (I think) to 1.66, yes would be 1.65 as according to specs, however asus only go in 0.02 increments.

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i have the same issue when i leave the pc alone for many hours... but my mouse still works :P

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