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Out of curiosity, how large are you setting the iterations on IBT?
you need to run IBT with custom ram.
go into task manager and under the performance tab, see how much free ram you have.
enter this into the custom amount of ram.
then set the threads for 4, 6 or 8, basically how many cores your cpu has

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If IBT fails, 75% time you need Vcore.
this^ is right.
personally i use IBT for testing a cpu and prime for testing the ram, NB etc..
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Originally Posted by j.col View Post
you need to run IBT with custom ram.
go into task manager and under the performance tab, see how much free ram you have.
enter this into the custom amount of ram.
then set the threads for 4, 6 or 8, basically how many cores your cpu has


this^ is right.
personally i use IBT for testing a cpu and prime for testing the ram, NB etc..
When I set Stress Level to Max., it automatically detects Available Ram, which matches the value shown in Task Manager. Threads value is set to Auto, though. Does that really need to be manually entered?
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Just wanna sharing i use 1.34v for passing IBT v2.51 with high & max level 5loop and that setting can passing Prime95 v2.56 Blend test for 12hours (i'm in Munaim1 table, see my signature)
btw dont forget to update ur windows7 with SP1 if not then IBT v2.51 wouldnt perform 100%.
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