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post #3051 of 10702 Old 08-22-2011, 07:29 AM
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It seems like different versions of Prime have different levels of difficulty to pass....

I passed longer runs (10h+) on Prime 25.11 but going to Prime 26.6 I'm failing like in ~2 hours. It's not always failing on the 1344 FFT, at first I failed 2 times at the same spot in the 960K FFT which I don't know is part of the blend test in 25.11.

The 1344 FFT is extremely annoying, can I ask though, when we run it in 1 min cycles, is that more stressful or apt to cause bsod than 15 min cycles? Also, are we supposed to run it 1 min cycle WITH 90% RAM usage (if thats what we're doing for the blend test)?
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I run mine (just noticed I have 26.6, so im glad otherwise id be well annoyed at needing to upgrade), I have the 1344x1344, and 2500MB of ram (4gb total and bear in mind windows uses like 1gb just for itself), then 1 min cycles at bottom.
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So last night I ran it at 4.3ghz for about 11 hours and no errors, now im at 4.4ghz with the voltage moving around between 1.356 and 1.344. Finally starting to get results biggrin.gif
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So last night I ran it at 4.3ghz for about 11 hours and no errors, now im at 4.4ghz with the voltage moving around between 1.356 and 1.344. Finally starting to get results biggrin.gif

Excellent news thumb.gif keep up the overclock!
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Here is my overclock with 2600K, ASRock Z68 Pro3 and G.Skill 2133 MHz.

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It seems like different versions of Prime have different levels of difficulty to pass....

I passed longer runs (10h+) on Prime 25.11 but going to Prime 26.6 I'm failing like in ~2 hours. frown.gif It's not always failing on the 1344 FFT, at first I failed 2 times at the same spot in the 960K FFT which I don't know is part of the blend test in 25.11.

The 1344 FFT is extremely annoying, can I ask though, when we run it in 1 min cycles, is that more stressful or apt to cause bsod than 15 min cycles? Also, are we supposed to run it 1 min cycle WITH 90% RAM usage (if thats what we're doing for the blend test)?

When running a custom blend, the only thing to change is the Memory and that's it, the 1min is just a quicker way of going through the FFT's, that's why its best to use 1min cycles for the 1344 and 1792.

Not sure about the different versions of prime but I will look into it smile.gif
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hey munaim1, buddy plz add these to the benchmark section.

devvfata1ity- core i7 2600k @ 4.6Ghz, 1.3v, Sisoft Sandra 2011 Lite smile.gif

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130.85 + 156.17 + 109.64 = 396.66

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3 + 6.39 + 1.37 = 10.76

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28 + 31.7 = 59.7

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323 + 276.7 + 377.19 + 215 = 1191.89

TOTAL = 396.66 + 10.76 + 59.7 + 1191.89 = 1659.01
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no sorry spelling mistake, pll to 1.70. Strange thing with pll is that you can sometimes get better stability with it lower.

Thank you for that information. I'm a bit puzzled on the VRM Freq. I know people run it at 350. munaim1 said the max freq is 500. If i left it at auto and tried a 4.8Ghz, would the freq be too low or would it go over an unsafe 500?

Also, latest version of prime95, blend test for 8 hours, is that enough? Any additional settings i should use on prime? I just can't get use to the idea that blend is the best option. It's more of a RAM test but i know the SB system is different.

Thank you!
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hey munaim1, buddy plz add these to the benchmark section.
TOTAL = 396.66 + 10.76 + 59.7 + 1191.89 = 1659.01


Should be up in a few minutes biggrin.gif Thanks bud.

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Thank you for that information. I'm a bit puzzled on the VRM Freq. I know people run it at 350. munaim1 said the max freq is 500. If i left it at auto and tried a 4.8Ghz, would the freq be too low or would it go over an unsafe 500?

Also, latest version of prime95, blend test for 8 hours, is that enough? Any additional settings i should use on prime? I just can't get use to the idea that blend is the best option. It's more of a RAM test but i know the SB system is different.

Thank you!

JJ@Asus and most of the other guides have said 350 enables the best overclocking stability. Not sure to what Auto is and whether or not it changes according to the overclock. Minimum 12hours blend is recommened, nothing else to change on the prime blend. Welcome to a new era which likes the safety features and doesn't effect the overclock and many other new things biggrin.gif

It will take some time getting use to, easy getting 4.5ghz, anything higher can get quite tricky depending on the capability of the chip.

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Originally Posted by donkrx;14672784 
It seems like different versions of Prime have different levels of difficulty to pass....

I passed longer runs (10h+) on Prime 25.11 but going to Prime 26.6 I'm failing like in ~2 hours. frown.gif It's not always failing on the 1344 FFT, at first I failed 2 times at the same spot in the 960K FFT which I don't know is part of the blend test in 25.11.

The 1344 FFT is extremely annoying, can I ask though, when we run it in 1 min cycles, is that more stressful or apt to cause bsod than 15 min cycles? Also, are we supposed to run it 1 min cycle WITH 90% RAM usage (if thats what we're doing for the blend test)?

The 1344 and 1792KB FFT's is very hard, but not 100% guaranteed if you pass these that you will pass a regular 12 hours + test. But in my experience, these two are the hardest.

You should run each of them for at least 15 minutes.
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Thank you ever so much for the help so far. Here is my final list after reading the JJ thread and this thread.

Internal PLL Overvoltage Enabled
CPU PLL 1.7v (Or lower)
CPU Current Capability 140,
LLC Ultra High,
VRM Frequency 350,
Phase Control Extreme,
Duty Control Extreme,
C1E, Speedstep, C3, C6 (Default/Auto),
Speed Spectrum Enabled,
CStates Enabled.
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