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nvm, seems the talk move to quick. smile.gif

Don't worry about us , we have a saying , theres IBT stable and then there's stable as in I can use it but it keeps corrupting my windows install, all Johans saying is that Cinebench is a Benchmark test and not proof of a stable overclocked system, Once you get an overclock that will run cinebench a few times in a row, you then need to stress test it to see if it can hold the overclock, we use Prime 95 , IBT-AX and my favourite AIDA ( but I use the full paid for version as it tests everything) . Its rally up to you what you use to stress the system but these are the ones we use to say our system is stable.
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have to report my 8350 is to cold and being very quiet, roll on the summer. thumb.gif
have you tried the cinebench R15 open gl test yet?, It will prove if your stable or not, found its more heavy than occt, it will just crash in 3 sec's and demands a reboot, but if it passes, it very likely on to be stable.

Just NO!

Cinebench can only give you hints on how your system works. Heat, performance. NOT again, NOT stability.

It'll take a lot more Core Voltage bumps to pass AIDA 64 let alone IBT AVX or PRIME Blend. I'll throw mine for example, 5.1 GHz at 1.575 Vcore can pass Cinebench. But takes 1.6 Vcore to pass 4.8 GHz with IBT! 1.625 for Prime Blend and a whole lot of of loosening / downclocking RAM and CPU-NB.

AIDA 64 can give enough stability with games. But once you do a lot more stuff, it'll prove you it takes more than that to remain stable. And it doesn't give you an idea how much heat can be produced by your OC. ~10C less than IBT AVX.
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Just NO!

Cinebench can only give you hints on how your system works. Heat, performance. NOT again, NOT stability.

It'll take a lot more Core Voltage bumps to pass AIDA 64 let alone IBT AVX or PRIME Blend. I'll throw mine for example, 5.1 GHz at 1.575 Vcore can pass Cinebench. But takes 1.6 Vcore to pass 4.8 GHz with IBT! 1.625 for Prime Blend and a whole lot of of loosening / downclocking RAM and CPU-NB.

AIDA 64 can give enough stability with games. But once you do a lot more stuff, it'll prove you it takes more than that to remain stable. And it doesn't give you an idea how much heat can be produced by your OC. ~10C less than IBT AVX.

On aida64, if you want to check for cooling, just click the fpu test and leave everything else alone. It will bring heat into your system.
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On aida64, if you want to check for cooling, just click the fpu test and leave everything else alone. It will bring heat into your system.
I run everything except the disc drives.

aida

Makes it nice and toasty.
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I run everything except the disc drives.

aida

Makes it nice and toasty.

yes...yes it will lol! I meant just to check cooling for the cpu. biggrin.gif
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On aida64, if you want to check for cooling, just click the fpu test and leave everything else alone. It will bring heat into your system.

FPU test proves nothing Stability Wise.

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I run everything except the disc drives.

aida

Makes it nice and toasty.

Still not that great.
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FPU test proves nothing Stability Wise.
Still not that great.

You are correct. Use the fpu test just to check cooling capabilities.
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Dat speed....... wanna touch xD
BTW^^
i got 4,75GHz @ 1,5/1,51V Stable (30Min Prime95)
now i try the 4,89. When i get this stable i call it a day. Maybe my Chip just cant do anymore. When 5Ghz are not stable @1,6V.

IMHO unlikely. 19 times out of 20, it is the cooling and or the motherboard holding the chip back..





High LLC (vdroop present) with an H100i push/pull

maybe your chip likes something different then what you are doing.
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IMHO unlikely. 19 times out of 20, it is the cooling and or the motherboard holding the chip back..





High LLC (vdroop present) with an H100i push/pull

maybe your chip likes something different then what you are doing.

Wow, nearly 1.6v for 4.82, yikes. I sure hope my wall is not that steep. When my fans come in, I am going to try for 4.8 but I am not overly optimistic.

Here is 4.72 with 1.404v

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IMHO unlikely. 19 times out of 20, it is the cooling and or the motherboard holding the chip back..





High LLC (vdroop present) with an H100i push/pull

maybe your chip likes something different then what you are doing.

Wow, nearly 1.6v for 4.82, yikes. I sure hope my wall is not that steep. When my fans come in, I am going to try for 4.8 but I am not overly optimistic.

Here is 4.72 with 1.404v


I've got a chip from the first year of production, they are not as efficient as these new chips.

high llc. so there is v droop... around 1.565v underload.
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