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post #11 of 25
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Blend test is recommended in SB chips.

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post #12 of 25
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Alrighty, just put it at 1.35v. Do I need to do normal Blend, or do 1344, or what type of test?

I'm actually more interested if you will pass prime at the original vcore, (instead of crashing in APB), although testing that would waste your time. As far as blend vs small fft's, what you need to know is if you're getting a little vdroop with some amount of Loadline calibration applied (as long as your LLC reduces vdroop, instead of reversing it (Vrise); you will usually get MORE vdroop with small FFT than blend, since small FFT hits the CPU cache and instruction sets hard (you always get higher temps witih small fft), and that could be enough to trigger a BSOD, if your vcore drops too low from the droop. I'm not sure how this works on digital VRM's, as their LLC compensation might be more exact, so what I said might not apply to you, but on analog vrms, that applies.

If your old prime setting bsod's, then your CPU is degrading, although at your vcore, it's just minor and should settle down. Has happened to many people here, although many others have been more fortunate. Back when I was following the SB stability threads, I saw a number of people who were around 1.3'ish vcore, who had been stable for a few months, and then started getting BSOD's and had to go up to 1.325'ish and the stabiity returned. Because I've degraded two CPU's with repeated prime testing, I don't prime anymore, unless its just for a few minutes, which will tell me if I can at least run programs. High vcores, max loads and high temps will cause more degradation, and sooner. Found that out the hard way. Temps are MUCH more important now than on 45nm, if you pump vcore.

One folder on the [H] used to fold 24/7 at 5 ghz and 1.5v, and now his CPU won't do more than 4.6.

Usually if you're at 1.25-1.3v and you degrade slightly, you just need a small vcore bump and you're fine long term.
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post #13 of 25
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So I just woke up to my PC being shut off. It failed between 6 and a half hours - 8 and a half hours I know that atleast. Do I just keep adding more vCore now?
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post #14 of 25
Did you disable sleep in windows power management? if anything, it will reboot not shut off.
post #15 of 25
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No, it was shut off completely. I even got the message saying that Windows did not shut down properly when turning it back on.

Could it possibly be my CPU got too hot and it shut off to prevent damage? I have my fan speed in BIOS set to level 4 out of 9, with a max desired temp of 60C. I did wake up about 6 and a half hours into the test though and see my temps were at about 63 on average.

Is there anyway to check exactly what happened?
Edited by Invisible - 12/14/11 at 9:24am
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post #16 of 25
Is there any BSOD code from that error message you got? You should see one window popup and if you expand the details, you'll see the error code.
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I never got a BSOD message. I was asleep when it happened. The message I was talking about was when you first boot into Windows and it tells you that Windows did not shut down properly, would you like to boot into Safe Mode, or just boot into Windows normally.
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post #18 of 25
After that, when you boot fully to GUI windows, there should be a pop-up error right after loading everything in your desktop.
post #19 of 25
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Are you sure Windows is supposed to display a message after a unsuspected shutdown? I've never gotten a message after rebooting from a BSOD or a power problem or anything over the years and years I've had a PC. There was no message when I booted back up this morning about 5 hours ago.
Edited by Invisible - 12/14/11 at 11:11am
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post #20 of 25
I'm thinking sleep option kicks in when you were doing the stress test. Did you set the sleep option to Never from Screensaver-Power Management options? I sometimes miss that part on fresh builds.
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