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Is my 980x considered "stable?"

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I did 100 LinX runs at 4.00GHz and it passed. What other tests should I run to test stability?

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run prime95 on blend for 12hours, after you pass you golden thumb.gif.
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You need this version of LinX, http://www.mediafire.com/?xmbxz02kwox20bl, with 6 cores 12 threads your GFLOPS should be in the mid 70s and higher.

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Then try it again and you should be set!
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