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I have a question regarding the following rule:
1. 12 HOURS+* STANDARD BLEND or CUSTOM BLEND with UPTO 80/90% of YOUR AVAILABLE RAM* used with Prime95 v27.7
why only 80/90%? Why not all available RAM?
Probably to leave some RAM available for the OS and whatever programs/services are running in the background.
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Probably to leave some RAM available for the OS and whatever programs/services are running in the background.

So for example if I have 8GB of RAM but 1GB is reserved for iGPU, and after loading OS I have 5,4GB available memory (according to task manager) then I should use ~4,9GB(5.4x.09) in Prime95?
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So for example if I have 8GB of RAM but 1GB is reserved for iGPU, and after loading OS I have 5,4GB available memory (according to task manager) then I should use ~4,9GB(5.4x.09) in Prime95?

Yeah that should be good.
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Hope this is what you need.

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Started a 4.8 GHz run @ 1.4 V before heading out to work, hopefully I don't get any errors when I get back (WHEA specifically, there were BSoD problems at 1.38 V). Not planning on running 42 hour again but wanted to see what my chip can do. This is a huge voltage jump from 4.5 GHz @ 1.2 V... not sure I ever want to do a 5 GHz test run.
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Started a 4.8 GHz run @ 1.4 V before heading out to work

If you already hit 77oC with 45x @ 1.20v on water, I'll be interested to see if you hit 105oC with 48x @ 1.40v O_o This isn't Sandy Bridge, you should probably try 46x / 47x first :-)
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Well I won't be home when the fire starts!

Actually I don't remember what I set Prime95 to do, vanilla blend or large FFTs, but I'll see the temps if it hasn't crashed in 6 hours. Before I left it already hit 85 C.


-Edit-

Alright, I stopped the Prime95 after 9 hours ("unofficial" report here, I don't remember what prime settings I chose), which already gives a good idea of overall temps. I'm kind of surprised it didn't blow up, but all the better:

Note that one WHEA error that did occur around the Maximums temps of the first 3 cores, so something happened there. Also to note is CPUID's Hardware Monitor recorded a 1.66 V spike. However I cannot in good faith believe the minimum voltage readings (7V on the +12V rail?), since I always have it monitoring through 42 hr Primes, constant gaming sessions, rendering, there hasn't been a random BSoD/crash from lack of voltage.

Oh right I had it on Ultra High LLC not Extreme.

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Here's my new submission at 4.3GHz.

My 3570k is definitely a glutton for voltage. It runs fast but only with voltage applied, so it gets hot. VID at 4.3GHz is above 1.3V. It got me to finally tidy up my cables and completely revamp the airflow through my case. With all that done, and some minor tweaks, I am now officially super-stable at 4.3GHz after a successful 25+hour run.

BIOS settings are Offset VCore, +0.005V. VCCSA 1.0 V. LLC Ultra-High (75%), RAM at 2133MHz and 1.6V (XMP Spec for my GSkill Ripjaws X). All halt states and speedstep enabled, so this will clock and volt down when the load is removed smoothly and reliably. I have tested single-core full-load and other clock down situations to be sure.

Note my VCore showing 1.312V at just +0.005V offset. This is just what my chip needs to run at 4.3GHz. I systematically attempted to run lower voltages with rounding errors or bluescreens well into the Prime95 process the inevitable result, until I reached this stable setting.

Temperatures are a little higher than I'd prefer but this run was in 28-29C ambient summer air. I can live with it.

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