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That's good. This stress test:
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?201670-LinX-A-simple-Linpack-interface
Set the memory to the quarter of the total amount you have and put like 200 passes to let it run for a good 1-2 hour. It finds faster than prime errors. Prime can run a good hour without finding anything while this stress test find something in <2mins (hapenned to me!)
Try to reduce the voltage gradually if you are planning on running @ 4.8 24/7
Good luck!

what problem size should i use on linx?
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I just bought one of these boards (although I have yet to be able to source a CPU) and from my research these boards are somewhat limited by the VRM's. They tend to overheat unless there is active cooling applied to it. One of the downfalls of a huge socket and eight DIMM slots I guess. Something to consider if all else fails.
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cutting isn't really something you should joke about. It is a serious problem for some people.
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i have a fan right over my vrm to prevent heat, also when i stress test i crank up my AC so my ambient temp can be cold.

i am on my 3rd pass on linx (35min running) and my cpu temp is 44c and my cores are 54.52.53.53.55.61

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i have a fan right over my vrm to prevent heat, also when i stress test i crank up my AC so my ambient temp can be cold.
i am on my 3rd pass on linx (35min running) and my cpu temp is 44c and my cores are 54.52.53.53.55.61
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Wow yea you have 16Gb of ram! If you use lower problem size it will complete faster. I have 4Gb and I have 15000 problem size (for 2Gb of memory)...

Try prime then linx and see what you prefer. I have 5-10C higher on linx than prime.
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Wow yea you have 16Gb of ram! If you use lower problem size it will complete faster. I have 4Gb and I have 15000 problem size (for 2Gb of memory)...
Try prime then linx and see what you prefer. I have 5-10C higher on linx than prime.

so with my 16gb of ram, what problem size should i use?
should i set the problem size half of the memory i have?
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Try something like 20000. It is really up to you, if you want the passes longer or shorter you can adjust the problem size. 15000 is good for me, I get 1 pass every 5-6 mins and I usually do a 15 mins check to be sure I am a minimal stable and can crank up a bit the frequency. Go for what you prefer wink.gif
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Try something like 20000. It is really up to you, if you want the passes longer or shorter you can adjust the problem size. 15000 is good for me, I get 1 pass every 5-6 mins and I usually do a 15 mins check to be sure I am a minimal stable and can crank up a bit the frequency. Go for what you prefer wink.gif

thank you so much for you time and help. and everyone else here. +1
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