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So I just got an error on worker #3 after 11 hours and 17 minutes so should I just increase my turbo boost by .01v? Think that would fix it? It sucks going through 11 hours of stress testing just to have to start again.
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I use those to insulate for cold temps, so I can keep running a board while its covered in snow & ice.

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So I just got an error on worker #3 after 11 hours and 17 minutes so should I just increase my turbo boost by .01v? Think that would fix it? It sucks going through 11 hours of stress testing just to have to start again.
personally, IMHO, i think you some of you guys stability test way to hard. Why not run the software, application, program, or game that you will be using, crank it up fully and if it is stable, works right, like it should, and does not crash, is not that a good Overclock? What i mean is.. why dial the OC back down so you can run some artifical workload generator like prime95 when you could be playing your favorite game at a higher clock because it never taxes your cpu more than 50%.
unless your rig is for benchmarking and that is the primary purpose for the build. then i totally understand a 100% error free OC.

I have 4800, 4900, 5000, profile set in my bios they are all stable but this way i can control how hot i am running depending on the software app or game i am running.

I am so happy to be able to boot-up @50x 100.0 and a 1.5 Vcore and render a still or a few frames like a Xeon rig, but this is unavoidably in the upper 80's (Welcome to the ivy bridge) but i'm not going to run my rig that hot all day long.

remember this is just TonicX's off-the-cuff opinion so dont trip, but i want to discuss this because i will be better informed afterwards-- holla back!

dont look at it like it fail at 11 hours. look at it like it was stable max out for 10 plus hours!
Edited by TonicX - 3/15/13 at 8:36pm
   
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personally, IMHO, i think you some of you guys stability test way to hard. Why not run the software, application, program, or game that you will be using, crank it up fully and if it is stable, works right, like it should, and does not crash, is not that a good Overclock? What i mean is.. why dial the OC back down so you can run some artifical workload generator like prime95 when you could be playing your favorite game at a higher clock because it never taxes your cpu more than 50%.
unless your rig is for benchmarking and that is the primary purpose for the build. then i totally understand a 100% error free OC.

I have 4800, 4900, 5000, profile set in my bios they are all stable but this way i can control how hot i am running depending on the software app or game i am running.

I am so happy to be able to boot-up @50x 100.0 and a 1.5 Vcore and render a still or a few frames like a Xeon rig, but this is unavoidably in the upper 80's (Welcome to the ivy bridge) but i'm not going to run my rig that hot all day long.

remember this is just TonicX's off-the-cuff opinion so dont trip, but i want to discuss this because i will be better informed afterwards-- holla back!

Because when you are playing that game a couple months or even a year from now and you are on that certain place in a certain level and an AI points their gun at you and shoots and the bullets calculate in your cpu that certain way to hit that explosive barrel next to you and your cpu calculates it that certain way to explode in a certain direction and it can't handle that code and your game crashes and then you have no idea why it crashed and you have to test everything. That is why. I want to be certain that my overclock is 100% error free so if I ever have to trouble shoot if something like that happens, I will DEFINETLY know that it is not my CPU's fault. I'm not saying you are stupid for wanting to just play the game to stress the OC and you have every right to do that, but personally I want to know that there is no way it is going to fail. I also do a lot of music production and recording and if I ever lost something because my CPU OC failed I would be extremely ticked off.
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I've always loved seeing the hardware go faster while looking like it should die any minute. Just looking & I don't really have any good frozen mobo pics, mostly gpus & memory. Have to get mobo pics next time....




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I've always loved seeing the hardware go faster while looking like it should die any minute. Just looking & I don't really have any good frozen mobo pics, mostly gpus & memory. Have to get mobo pics next time....




can help for cold water too.

Dude that is BAD ASS. How do they not short out?
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Should I be worried of having not protected the knick on my PCB on the CPU?
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Because when you are playing that game a couple months or even a year from now and you are on that certain place in a certain level and an AI points their gun at you and shoots and the bullets calculate in your cpu that certain way to hit that explosive barrel next to you and your cpu calculates it that certain way to explode in a certain direction and it can't handle that code and your game crashes and then you have no idea why it crashed and you have to test everything. That is why. I want to be certain that my overclock is 100% error free so if I ever have to trouble shoot if something like that happens, I will DEFINETLY know that it is not my CPU's fault. I'm not saying you are stupid for wanting to just play the game to stress the OC and you have every right to do that, but personally I want to know that there is no way it is going to fail. I also do a lot of music production and recording and if I ever lost something because my CPU OC failed I would be extremely ticked off.

Fair enough then in response to your original question... Yes i think more Vcore will make your OC less likely to error and more stable. Good Luck! btw what are you stress testing with?
   
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Fair enough then in response to your original question... Yes i think more Vcore will make your OC less likely to error and more stable. Good Luck! btw what are you stress testing with?

I'm just using P95 and have event viewer open to look for WHEA errors. I'll probably run IBT sometime tomorrow, but only after I treat myself to the beauty of Crysis 3. I can never just stress test constantly. I need to remind myself why I have the computer in the first place haha.
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Should I be worried of having not protected the knick on my PCB on the CPU?
Don't worry - Just fix it. A touch of enamel paint will do the trick. medieval.gif
   
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