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Thanks for the input. I just reloaded 1708 BIOS from USB in the BIOS. Is that the same thing you are talking about? Please confirm. =)
CPU-Z
Core speed 3811.26 (max)
Multiplier x 37.0- x 38.0
Core Voltage 1.064v
Seems more normal to me now.
Going to run Prime95 overnight.
I reload it by using Asus Update, but however you do it 1708 is the current one. You will lose your settings and saved profiles, which should be no big deal since you are just trying to get back to stock settings. So it looks like you are ready to run it for 12 hours. Leave the temp monitoring software you use up to make sure the max numbers don't do anything strange while you are not watching it.
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@morta:
Yah that looks ok dude. Just run prime again to make sure that you're stable in offset too smile.gif
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Do you guys use Intelburntest also? I read that running it 10 times with max ram, which takes a few hours with a lot of ram installed, is good to do in conjunction with Prime95. Just wanted some opinions.
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Do you guys use Intelburntest also? I read that running it 10 times with max ram, which takes a few hours with a lot of ram installed, is good to do in conjunction with Prime95. Just wanted some opinions.

I only use Prime95, that is my favorite stress-tester. tongue.gif
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would u say im good for 4.5ghz at 1.245 for 24/7? i posted a screeny of my resault earlyer in this thread.
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Do you guys use Intelburntest also? I read that running it 10 times with max ram, which takes a few hours with a lot of ram installed, is good to do in conjunction with Prime95. Just wanted some opinions.

I wound never run it at the same time, if that's what you were alluding to.
As for using it generally...it does really push temps fast, however it wasn't consistent in finding problems, especially ram ones.
Although when it did find problems it only took 5 mins to appear vs 2hrs on prime
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would u say im good for 4.5ghz at 1.245 for 24/7? i posted a screeny of my resault earlyer in this thread.

Yup that's very good, if you're indeed stable smile.gif
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thanks man i will do that beffori go bed
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Do you guys use Intelburntest also? I read that running it 10 times with max ram, which takes a few hours with a lot of ram installed, is good to do in conjunction with Prime95. Just wanted some opinions.

I use Intel Burn Test sometimes. IBT and Prime95 are both pretty good. I find sometimes IBT will give you higher temps so I don't like to leave it running unattended unless it spikes and gets too high for my liking.
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would u say im good for 4.5ghz at 1.245 for 24/7? i posted a screeny of my resault earlyer in this thread.
You never ran it for 12 hours, and you switched to offset. I would run Prime95 for 12 hours, and if you are comfortable with the max temps you get then I don't know why it wouldn't be good for 24/7. Doing 4.5 with that low of vCore is good, a lot better than my chip, you should be pleased with that result.
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Thanks for all the replies about IBT guys, that helps.
I think I will use IBT to do reasonably quick tests of new settings, then if it passes go on to Prime95 for a long test.
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