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G3258 OC getting "display driver crash"

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bobang

New Member
Joined
Feb 4, 2016
Hi guys,

newbie here, want to ask why i get random crash on my display driver.
My guts tell me that it has something to do with me oc'ing my g3258.

here's my odd build:
  • intel G3258 + CM Hyper 212X
  • MSI Z97 Gaming 5
  • 2x8gb hyper x fury 1866
  • 240gb ssd
  • seasonic x750

BIOS settings that I've changed are(not much really):
  • CPU ratio mode => Fixed
  • multiplier => 43x
  • ring ratio => auto
  • VCCIN Voltage => auto
  • CPU Core Voltage => 1.3
  • Ring Voltage => auto
  • Disabled C state
  • Disabled Intel adaptive thermal monitor

I've test it for 3hrs(Aida64) with no problem, underload temp is < 80 C.
I haven't tried testing it with prime95 since a lot of people said that it will runs the g3258 too hot.
aida64.jpg cpu-z.jpg hwmonitor.jpg

Before this I've tried 43x @1.28v, 44x @1.28v, 45x @1.29v
all of those passed 1-2 hours aida64 stress test.
at first I thought my display driver keeps randomly crashing due to lack of core voltage, but now its at 44x @1.3v and the driver still crashed randomly.
I've also tried reinstall the graphics driver.
did I oversee something or is there any mistakes on those settings?
Thanks before
 

EarthDog

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I assume you are using the integrated GPU on the CPU?

Have you tried an older driver?

Try more voltage... 1.35v @ 44x... maybe its not stable.
 
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bobang

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Joined
Feb 4, 2016
I assume you are using the integrated GPU on the CPU?

Have you tried an older driver?

Try more voltage... 1.35v @ 44x... maybe its not stable.

Hi EarthDog
yes, i'm using integrated gpu.
haven't tried to use older driver yet.
i guess i'll try to lower the multiplier 1.3v @42x since i'm afraid the temp will keep increasing.