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post #3731 of 9459
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If you go into your prime95 destination folder there is a document called results. It keeps a log of all of your tests. You can figure out where you went wrong there.

Doesn't seem like anything went wrong , everything passed

From [Sat Feb 23 15:53:21 2013] to [Sat Feb 23 19:51:13 2013]

I didn't even know I was running it for that long haha
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Well, for me if my system is unstable the FFT that fails is random (not always the same FFT fails for every run).

Doesn't make any sense. If your vcore is able to pass an FFT then it should be able to pass that FFT everytime. Your prime95 should only go further and further as you raise vcore otheriwse you might want to look into your ram having issues or a crappy psu or something else even.
post #3733 of 9459
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Doesn't make any sense. If your vcore is able to pass an FFT then it should be able to pass that FFT everytime. Your prime95 should only go further and further as you raise vcore otheriwse you might want to look into your ram having issues or a crappy psu or something else even.

So what should I do if there are no errors?
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Doesn't seem like anything went wrong , everything passed

From [Sat Feb 23 15:53:21 2013] to [Sat Feb 23 19:51:13 2013]

I didn't even know I was running it for that long haha

It only tells you the fft's that passed. It probably has them logged all the way up to the one that failed. Once your cpu passes an FFT is written to that file.. So yes everything in that file passed. So the last one you have listed there is the last one that passed and the one after that is the one that failed. Prime95 will run fft's in the same order everytime (but in a different order for each version so don't just find some random list) see if you can find out which fft it failed on for your particular version which should be either 27.7 or 27.9.
post #3735 of 9459
@ degree What version of prime95 are you running and what fft is the last one in the result file?
post #3736 of 9459
I'm running on 27.7 build 2

Last one:

[Sat Feb 23 19:51:13 2013]
Self-test 25K passed!
Self-test 25K passed!
Self-test 25K passed!
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Alright so I was playing LoL and it crashed, got a bugsplat could just be league but it was my first time having it.
After awhile my whole comp froze and got BSOD.

0x000009C

What should I do?
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I'm running on 27.7 build 2

Last one:

[Sat Feb 23 19:51:13 2013]
Self-test 25K passed!
Self-test 25K passed!
Self-test 25K passed!

Yeah I thought so.. that 25k is a SOB.. 25k and the 40k are probably the most vcore hungry fft's. So heres what I would do, run the 25k fft for 20 minutes checking the "in place" box under custom and using 90% of your available ram. If it fails raise your vcore 2 notches and do it over. If it doesn't fail then 448k comes after it, do a the same for this fft. Once your vcore is high enough to pass these two start your prime95 again from the begining and you should be good to go.
post #3739 of 9459
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Alright so I was playing LoL and it crashed, got a bugsplat could just be league but it was my first time having it.
After awhile my whole comp froze and got BSOD.

0x000009C

What should I do?

I wouldn't address these until you have completed prime succesfully. It will probably go away, its just your vcore being too low. It could be an unstable ram overclock though but no way to tell right now as your cpu isn't even stable.
Edited by chronicfx - 2/23/13 at 7:06pm
post #3740 of 9459
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Doesn't make any sense. If your vcore is able to pass an FFT then it should be able to pass that FFT everytime. Your prime95 should only go further and further as you raise vcore otheriwse you might want to look into your ram having issues or a crappy psu or something else even.

I'm not really sure but I'm pretty much sure that my PSU and my RAM modules are 100% error-free from all the excessive testings I've done. People in the Sandy Stable thread also experience such occurences. Prime95 is not a perfect program and it is normal for that to happen. You can even try to search in Google for these and I'm sure that many people experience the same.
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