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Originally Posted by Benjiw View Post

I've had an OS fail from misplacing a CL timing, I don't care how many times you've done it, the threat is still there, that's why we stress test.



That overclock above is not stable, at all, yet I could game on it, I bet you my left baby maker my PC will fail to boot when benching and I'll lose the OS.rolleyes.gif
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Originally Posted by Benjiw View Post

I've had an OS fail from misplacing a CL timing, I don't care how many times you've done it, the threat is still there, that's why we stress test.



That overclock above is not stable, at all, yet I could game on it, I bet you my left baby maker my PC will fail to boot when benching and I'll lose the OS.rolleyes.gif

i know that overclock is not stable, at 4.9ghz mine is also not, but i know that this is, mem is clocked with lose timmings,, i dont do mem overclock to much, but like i say, this cpu is stable at this speed, with this voltage.

and even if you run 8 hours prime95 it wil mayby not run linx 64 for 2 hours, so what is stable, if sombody runs stability tests, and it passes, then he leaves it most of the time like that
Edited by turbobooster - 7/28/16 at 1:33am
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390, 690, 990!

Wow!
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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

Well, if he's a bencher, he's not gonna be held off by a dead OS. TBH
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All I can say is, FX vs Intel are far from each other in terms of stability.


true dead os, instal again, hahaha
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Thanks to people like kyad, mega, mus, johan, stilt, css, joerneyman, miketheowl, gert, f3er's, alastir, I was able to Clock all the way up to 5 ghz and primed it 24hrs, just a little sample of what I use it for.

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but what do we see?? only gpu-z no where i see cpu-z that it is running at 5.0ghz
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Thanks to people like kyad, mega, mus, johan, stilt, css, joerneyman, miketheowl, gert, f3er's, alastir, I was able to Clock all the way up to 5 ghz and primed it 24hrs, just a little sample of what I use it for.

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When i have some spare time i work in Premiere pro too and i must say i not always like that program and i am seriously considering using an other program since i am not working for Hollywood i and i don't need all those features.

I see that you are using the warp stabilizer, i tried this and i discovered that it take a long long time to finish when you only use one clip. It doesn't load the CPU well. If yo use multiple clips all cores are being loaded to fully 100%. One tip if you didn't already know this, is to cut the one clip in to 4 pieces and start the warp stabilizer for each clip, that way the CPU is using all of its cores and the length of the stabilizing time is cut in half.
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When i have some spare time i work in Premiere pro too and i must say i not always like that program and i am seriously considering using an other program since i am not working for Hollywood i and i don't need all those features.

I see that you are using the warp stabilizer, i tried this and i discovered that it take a long long time to finish when you only use one clip. It doesn't load the CPU well. If yo use multiple clips all cores are being loaded to fully 100%. One tip if you didn't already know this, is to cut the one clip in to 4 pieces and start the warp stabilizer for each clip, that way the CPU is using all of its cores and the length of the stabilizing time is cut in half.

Have you tried using Nvenc_export plugin? It help when rendering H.264 taking advantage of your cuda cores and video engine though it only works on 1 gpu.


I like to use the warp stabilizer, A client of mines insists on using an older jvc camcorder to record. So since warp stabilizer's first step is cpu bound I split his videos 4 or 8 ways to get the maximum cpu usage that's where FX flys. After that the stabilization is gpu assisted that's where my 690 comes into play note that I get better performance un SLI .
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Have you tried using Nvenc_export plugin? It help when rendering H.264 taking advantage of your cuda cores and video engine though it only works on 1 gpu.


I like to use the warp stabilizer, A client of mines insists on using an older jvc camcorder to record. So since warp stabilizer's first step is cpu bound I split his videos 4 or 8 ways to get the maximum cpu usage that's where FX flys. After that the stabilization is gpu assisted that's where my 690 comes into play note that I get better performance un SLI .


package temp is core temp i believe, thats a high temp then, because amd reccomends 62, but with what are u cooling
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package temp is core temp i believe, thats a high temp then, because amd reccomends 62, but with what are u cooling

72 is max even with 24hr prime I didn't get in the 70s
Edited by Kalistoval - 7/28/16 at 2:20am
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package temp is core temp i believe, thats a high temp then, because amd reccomends 62, but with what are u cooling

82 is when the solder melts, 62 is the uber safe mode temp, 72 is fine.
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82 is when the solder melts, 62 is the uber safe mode temp, 72 is fine.

on the cores?????
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