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yeah i figure its oxidation for having some air inside the tubing, the water in the res looks clean. I have a silver coil in there as well. But either way ill give that Mayhems dye a try. anywhere i can buy some nice tubing for cheap? you guys recommend?

Best tubing and price, I'd say sidewinder computers...free shipping and they sell 1.5usd per feet clear duralene tubing. biggrin.gif
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4.7ghz, hottest core 63C biggrin.gif

its getting colder again outside, about 10C ambient in the hallway now biggrin.gif
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another Q.
i was thinking about (maybe) making a thread about stability testing,
programs to use, how to set up etc..

theres so much difference in using prime95 for example,
what is best, some say 10H, others 12H, i think 18H, others say 24H...

so, what is it, and whats the best procedure,
first test, cinebench, look for whea errors
second, 10-20x ibt, max ram
then prime, 12H, 18H and 24H

i think its the combination of tests that make a oc stable,
even playing a cpu intensive game like bf3,
click around in windows, do some browsing on the net etc, even after 24H prime,
a oc can still fail playing a game, or just browse the inet etc



i took this info from anandtech forum,

LinX (Intel burntest) is superior to Prime95 small FFT for determining CPU core logic stability.
Must run with the IBT thread count set equal to the physical core count of the CPU.
HT slows it down and reduces the ability to determine stability. Set to 4 threads on a 2600K.
Set memory to "All".
Stability Criterion: Must pass 5 cycles minimum, passing 20 cycles is preferred (considered gold standard)

Prime95 large FFT is superior to LinX for determining L3$/IMC stability.
Must use large FFT, blend is insufficient. <- reports indicate this is false for AMD stability tests, see post #4
HT is ok for this test.
Stability Criterion: Must pass 2 hours minimum, passing 12 hours is preferred (considered gold standard)

HCI memtest is superior to LinX, Prime (large or small), and memtest86+ for determining memory stability.
Launch one instance per thread supported by CPU (8 instances of HCI memtest for 2600K)
Set each HCI instance to use an appropriate fraction of the memory...16GB on a 2600K means each HCI instance (there will be 8 instances) are to use 2048 MB.
Stability Criterion: Must pass 200% coverage minimum, passing 1000% coverage is preferred (considered gold standard)

OCCT GPU test w/error checking enabled is superior to Kombustor for determining GPU stability. (updated link to OCCT 4.0.0, thanks NoobyDoo!)
Error checking MUST be enabled by the user (check the box), otherwise you are leaving it up to your eyes to detect visual artifacts which renders the test entirely subjective.
Stability Criterion: Must pass 20 minutes minimum, passing 1 hour is preferred (considered gold standard)

you guys think this is ok like it is, or can it be improved?
for prime i would say, 18H is gold..
Edited by VonDutch - 1/10/13 at 11:35pm
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any certain kinds of brands i should look out for??

duralene for cheapness.
    
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I forgot what the others recommended me, they are here right now so they're going to answer soon! tongue.gif

I'll be learning how to pilot a helicopter soon. tongue.gif I've been wanting to learn and now I can!

Your gonna burn about 20K sir. but good luck to you! can't wait to help you with cross country planning and instruments and all! thumb.gif

Fellow pilot myself. biggrin.gif
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another Q.
i was thinking about (maybe) making a thread about stability testing,
programs to use, how to set up etc..

theres so much difference in using prime95 for example,
what is best, some say 10H, others 12H, i think 18H, others say 24H...

so, what is it, and whats the best procedure,
first test, cinebench, look for whea errors
second, 10-20x ibt, max ram
then prime, 12H, 18H and 24H

i think its the combination of tests that make a oc stable,
even playing a cpu intensive game like bf3,
click around in windows, do some browsing on the net etc, even after 24H prime,
a oc can still fail playing a game, or just browse the inet etc



i took this info from anandtech forum,

LinX (Intel burntest) is superior to Prime95 small FFT for determining CPU core logic stability.
Must run with the IBT thread count set equal to the physical core count of the CPU.
HT slows it down and reduces the ability to determine stability. Set to 4 threads on a 2600K.
Set memory to "All".
Stability Criterion: Must pass 5 cycles minimum, passing 20 cycles is preferred (considered gold standard)

Prime95 large FFT is superior to LinX for determining L3$/IMC stability.
Must use large FFT, blend is insufficient. <- reports indicate this is false for AMD stability tests, see post #4
HT is ok for this test.
Stability Criterion: Must pass 2 hours minimum, passing 12 hours is preferred (considered gold standard)

HCI memtest is superior to LinX, Prime (large or small), and memtest86+ for determining memory stability.
Launch one instance per thread supported by CPU (8 instances of HCI memtest for 2600K)
Set each HCI instance to use an appropriate fraction of the memory...16GB on a 2600K means each HCI instance (there will be 8 instances) are to use 2048 MB.
Stability Criterion: Must pass 200% coverage minimum, passing 1000% coverage is preferred (considered gold standard)

OCCT GPU test w/error checking enabled is superior to Kombustor for determining GPU stability. (updated link to OCCT 4.0.0, thanks NoobyDoo!)
Error checking MUST be enabled by the user (check the box), otherwise you are leaving it up to your eyes to detect visual artifacts which renders the test entirely subjective.
Stability Criterion: Must pass 20 minutes minimum, passing 1 hour is preferred (considered gold standard)

you guys think this is ok like it is, or can it be improved?
for prime i would say, 18H is gold..

I agree to that! thumb.gif
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I forgot what the others recommended me, they are here right now so they're going to answer soon! tongue.gif

I'll be learning how to pilot a helicopter soon. tongue.gif I've been wanting to learn and now I can!

Your gonna burn about 20K sir. but good luck to you! can't wait to help you with cross country planning and instruments and all! thumb.gif

Fellow pilot myself. biggrin.gif

Lol! Well, I don't plan to do it in a year. tongue.gif I just wanted to learn because it seemed really interesting to me. I still need to learn the basics. I was kept reading up on it but I guess I'll just wait for the first class before I do anything drastic!
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Lol! Well, I don't plan to do it in a year. tongue.gif I just wanted to learn because it seemed really interesting to me. I still need to learn the basics. I was kept reading up on it but I guess I'll just wait for the first class before I do anything drastic!

when looking at headsets if they arent provided get David Clark's unless you need ear protection like me then get Lightspeeds. you'll spend 300+ on just a headset alone redface.gif
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Lol! Well, I don't plan to do it in a year. tongue.gif I just wanted to learn because it seemed really interesting to me. I still need to learn the basics. I was kept reading up on it but I guess I'll just wait for the first class before I do anything drastic!

when looking at headsets if they arent provided get David Clark's unless you need ear protection like me then get Lightspeeds. you'll spend 300+ on just a headset alone redface.gif

Val, quick question. Are you trying to make me poor?

$600 for headsets?!?!
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Val, quick question. Are you trying to make me poor?

$600 for headsets?!?!

Im not I promise. That's how much it costs to protect your ears from the ear splitting engines. Take a look at the bose headset they are over a grand annd I know more than 20 people who have them.

Just giving you a heads up mainly to the costs lol. Not steering or scaring you away but it adds up silly fast.
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