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One last question - is there any difference between several runs of Prime95 versus one long one?

For example, can I run Prime95 for seven hours at a time but run it multiple times (6 x 4 = 24 hours), or is it better to run Prime95 continuously for 24 hours straight?

For me, I would do Blend for about 5 hours at a time. I have yet to run into a single case of instability. Also, run Intel Burn Test v2.51 and do the custom preset. Leave about 400 MB free and run for 50 loops. Those two in combo have proven to find stability for me.
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so you're saying 1.5 volts idle dropping to 1.4volts load wont degrade the chip any faster than 1.4volts in bios with extreme LLC?

i dont like seeing higher than needed voltages being pumped through at idle, your pc is just sitting there with all that voltage going through it
I use LLC myself for same reason, there is no need to have such higher idle volts than load.

On the other hand (and my point) you dont want higher load vcore than idle for stability reasons.

For example, ideal would be idle 1.4, load 1.4 or even idle 1.41 load 1.40. What you dont want is some LLC implementations where idle is 1.38, load is 1.4 and you are just stable at 1.4 load (so eventually you will bsod at 1.38 idle). And yeah, I wouldnt put up with 1.5 idle, 1.4 load either, completely unnecessary to have idle that much higher than load.
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so why are we arguing over this? i told him to put his LLC to high (mine personally is ultra high) and raise the vcore a few notches to be stable, the guys at 1.275 volts, no where near anything extreme, and i'm being told to be ignored, apart from that, his settings and temps seem fine which is what he originally came here to ask
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post #24 of 24
lol i dont stress my pc for anywhere near that long, i ran mine for an hour max without a bsod. that was over a week ago and ive done everything that i ever do on my pc since and never had a bsod yet. i know mine will be voltage related as ive tried to push mine as far as i can with minimal vcore
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