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post #31 of 56
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I've left Prime95 for like 11:30 hours, those 7:30 hours I was also using the computer to the internet etc.
Here is a screen shot I don't see any error or something is it ok?
I hope I did a right test with Prime95, this PrimeNet thing on the tab tongue.gif
post #32 of 56
no that's not the right test you want to select "mix" "tests CPU and uses lots of ram" and yes it is okay to surf the net while it is testing.
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post #33 of 56
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There is no mix tests mate :S
You mean torture tests? and after In-Place large FFT's?(Maximum heat, power consumption, some RAM tested)
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There is no mix tests mate :S
You mean torture tests? and after In-Place large FFT's?(Maximum heat, power consumption, some RAM tested)
Torture test > Blend
post #35 of 56
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Torture test > Blend
Ok I will start it now, I was using the in-place large FFT for 1 hour and I didn't had any fail
I am currently running the blend one. How much time should I run it?
post #36 of 56
The longer you can run it, the better. I'm generally satisfied with 2-3 hours without failure.
post #37 of 56
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http://screencast.com/t/nh1ehX6CXG

Check out the pic. I did it 5 hours 30 minutes no errors, is it ok?
(This is without O/C this is with 3,4ghz I dont know how this can help me figure out why I Got BSOD after I changed it to turbo boost 4,6ghz frown.gif
post #38 of 56
Well, if you pass 5.5 hours your memory is fine. If you're getting a BSOD when you overclock, you most likely need more voltage.
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Well, if you pass 5.5 hours your memory is fine. If you're getting a BSOD when you overclock, you most likely need more voltage.
I was playing now League Of legends when suddenly my PC crashed I heard the sound like bzzzzzzz and the monitor went off , the PC was running and I needed to press the power on button for it to shutdown, I hit reset but nothing happened I think . *** is wrong with my new PC? frown.gif
No O/C ;/
post #40 of 56
woah woah woah, 5 hours doesn't mean jack, 16 hours is my minimum and 20-24 hours fi want to know it is absolutely stable, and as said before BAD ram can PASS. Also if you want to check you temperatures with "HWmonitor" while stress testing and let us know how hot or cool it is.


EDIT: it sounds like you have had faulty or cheap/lowend PSU. wonky voltages can make stable hardware unstable as it isn't getting the proper supply of electricity.
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