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I have a real problem with overclocking and windows 10. Since the settings are Ok for bios, there is the message "clock_watchdog_timeout", if I'm near 4.7 GHz with a i7-5820K cpu and the ASUS Rampage V Extreme. Is it possible to avoid this?

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As above, something in your system isn't completely stable. I've had this when pushing the RAM hard as well, but that could've just been coincidental.

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Thx for fast answers. Is it possible, that Windows 7 will not behave this way? I think the problem is caused by voltage, ASUS Rampage V Extreme doesn't accept any voltage above 1.49. Even possible may be, that I overclocked the RAM form 2133 to 2800, but Your information is very important for me, thx once again!

 

Update: Solved this, it was caused by to low core-voltage. Now the barrier will be the 1.5-max in bios of the Asus R5E.

So I have to try UBU or other tools here: https://onedrive.live.com/?cid=5014229B9E752333&id=5014229B9E752333!998 to change this...the cooling I designed will handle even 1.5x, I hope ;)

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