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Originally Posted by TRusselo View Post

really liking the watercooling loop i put in.



never hit 41 degrees

I'm a little confused by your Ice storm score, my single 7970 is a bit higher http://www.3dmark.com/is/397250


I'd think your score should be higher wth.gif

The other 2 scores are pretty good thumb.gif
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hmm just noticed this tid-bit of info...




should I be looking to RMA my PSU (thermaltake smart series M 750 modular) due to it failing? or am I drawing too much power under load? 8320 @ 4.4 Ghz 1.25V (stock voltage) and r9 280x 8+8pin and 7950 8+6pin @ 1125/1300 also stock voltage.

Crap PSU or too little of PSU?
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post #43473 of 67698
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Originally Posted by TRusselo View Post

hmm just noticed this tid-bit of info...




should I be looking to RMA my PSU (thermaltake smart series M 750 modular) due to it failing? or am I drawing too much power under load? 8320 @ 4.4 Ghz 1.25V (stock voltage) and r9 280x 8+8pin and 7950 8+6pin @ 1125/1300 also stock voltage.

Crap PSU or too little of PSU?

without a PSU checker tool (hand held thingy) i would say there is a chance to waste ALOT of time + shipping.

software voltage monitoring is "iffy" at best.

If you have a pro belt on your mobo and know how to use a DMM, you can do that and hide which ever values are bogus, and keep the ones that get near the actual voltage to you can use the software to approximate based on your testing (which is if you simiplfy it, that is all the software is doing but it is using a much broader scope so it tends to be less accurate)

i've got two sensors dedicated to vcore. two different sensor interfaces are reading them concurrently and not coming to the same value, for my rig VIN0 is much closer to my on board tested voltage than the Vcore read out. but then again my actual tested voltage is somewhere in the middle of the two being close to the VIN0 readout.
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post #43474 of 67698
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without a PSU checker tool (hand held thingy) i would say there is a chance to waste ALOT of time + shipping.

software voltage monitoring is "iffy" at best.

If you have a pro belt on your mobo and know how to use a DMM, you can do that and hide which ever values are bogus, and keep the ones that get near the actual voltage to you can use the software to approximate based on your testing (which is if you simiplfy it, that is all the software is doing but it is using a much broader scope so it tends to be less accurate)

i've got two sensors dedicated to vcore. two different sensor interfaces are reading them concurrently and not coming to the same value, for my rig VIN0 is much closer to my on board tested voltage than the Vcore read out. but then again my actual tested voltage is somewhere in the middle of the two being close to the VIN0 readout.

pro belt? lost me. DMM? Digital Multi-Meter? yup.
but i did notice also in HWinfo it also read my CPU clock of having a min of 900Mhz, probably at the same time.... might have just been HWinfo as a whole...
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post #43475 of 67698
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so its "stable" if it makes it through the test but gives the failed message at the end? I may just stick with prime. :x

I've been thinking that its something not related to my OC causing the failure because it fails even on stock clocks&volts, I think that pass with 3.9 was a fluke because I can't get it to pass again, even though its stable outside of IBT.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Minotaurtoo View Post

to get it to not fail at the end on 8.1... run IBT exe in windows 7 compatibility mode and as administrator. worked for me... even put a thread up on the forums about it once.
\

I don't care really.

If it passes the number of tests I want it to, and the scores are about equal to each other.
I know it is stable.

Message or no message. biggrin.gif


But, your tip is nice nonetheless.
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post #43476 of 67698
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Originally Posted by FlailScHLAMP View Post

without a PSU checker tool (hand held thingy) i would say there is a chance to waste ALOT of time + shipping.

software voltage monitoring is "iffy" at best.

If you have a pro belt on your mobo and know how to use a DMM, you can do that and hide which ever values are bogus, and keep the ones that get near the actual voltage to you can use the software to approximate based on your testing (which is if you simiplfy it, that is all the software is doing but it is using a much broader scope so it tends to be less accurate)

i've got two sensors dedicated to vcore. two different sensor interfaces are reading them concurrently and not coming to the same value, for my rig VIN0 is much closer to my on board tested voltage than the Vcore read out. but then again my actual tested voltage is somewhere in the middle of the two being close to the VIN0 readout.

pro belt? lost me. DMM? Digital Multi-Meter? yup.
but i did notice also in HWinfo it also read my CPU clock of having a min of 900Mhz, probably at the same time.... might have just been HWinfo as a whole...

Have you ever ran OCCT and looked at the graphs it produces afterwords?
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I purchased an 8370 at Micro center on Black Friday and the sample has has turned out to be a pretty nice clocker. thumb.gif

I've been running (crunching) 8-threads of Rosetta@home for 12+ hrs. @ 5.0 on open air bench under custom water. I was also able to (light) bench @ 5.6.





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I purchased an 8370 at Micro center on Black Friday and the sample has has turned out to be a pretty nice clocker. thumb.gif

I've been running (crunching) 8-threads of Rosetta@home for 12+ hrs. @ 5.0 on open air bench under custom water. I was also able to (light) bench @ 5.6.






God damn.

What was your peak voltage @ 5.0?
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Vcore set in BIOS to 1.4375v w/LLC @ "high" CPU/NB to 1.19375v w/LLC @ high. The combo under 100% load is drooping vcore to ~1.412v reading direct off motherboard read points via Fluke DMM. It seems pretty stable so far @ 13+ hrs. under load...


"Yeah but Dude... Is it Prime stable??" smile.gif


I don't know... I haven't stressed with Prime... It could very well need more voltage to run a couple hours of Prime.
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"Yeah but Dude... Is it Prime stable??" smile.gif


.

Wrong forum Rog here it's IBT AVX tongue.gif
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