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Nice! I may have to give this a try.
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i meant that... my bad...
still.. it kills the cpu.. i use aida64 instead..

How long do you usually run the aida64 system stability test?
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just ordered my 8350 on newegg for 199.99 free shipping, cant wait people....woohoo

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Hey guys & gals,
I am trying to get my system stable after overclocking my AMD FX 8120 to 3.9GHz. So far I have run Prime95 (small FFT's) test on two separate occasions. During both tests I had core 7&8 fail approximately 20 to 40 minutes into the test.
Unfortunately I forgot to copy the error messages from the first test. But here are the messages that I received during the second test:
Gordon


It doesn't look like that board has LLC. So you will probably need about 1.4v @ 4Ghz

Your setting of
CPU Manual Voltage - 1.362500
isn't enough for that OC.

Most 8120's hit 4.2Ghz around the 1.42v mark to give you a rough idea.
Edited by ComputerRestore - 11/30/12 at 7:53pm
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It doesn't look like that board has LLC. So you will probably need about 1.4v @ 4Ghz
Your setting of
CPU Manual Voltage - 1.362500
isn't enough for that OC.
Most 8120's hit 4.2Ghz around the 1.42v mark to give you a rough idea.

Settings changed to 4GHz @ 1.4v

I will run re-run prime95 ASAP.

Thanks
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i meant that... my bad...
still.. it kills the cpu.. i use aida64 instead..

How long do you usually run the aida64 system stability test?

I would say do 1-2 hours with OCCT stress test and maybe 20-30 Intel Burn tests and its pretty stable.
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I would say do 1-2 hours with OCCT stress test and maybe 20-30 Intel Burn tests and its pretty stable.

Is that 20-30 minutes or hours? I am assuming minutes.
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I would say do 1-2 hours with OCCT stress test and maybe 20-30 Intel Burn tests and its pretty stable.

Is that 20-30 minutes or hours? I am assuming minutes.

sorry 20-30 IBT reps.
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Interesting stuff.
By the way, looks like you used the same usage graph for benches 1 and 2.

Fixed, uploaded the same file twice, it's correct now
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im thinking in buying an 8350 next year... is it really worth the upgrade from an 8150?
     
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