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The boot test is better because it seems to test in a different way. It found an error before even reaching 1% of the full memory pass, after the windows based test reached 1000% coverage with no issues on the exact same settings. Since it's such a long test, I generally go for just 500% coverage here. In my experience that's a lot more solid that 1000% coverage in windows.
Hyperpi is a multi-threaded front-end for Superpi. You specify how many threads you want to run, and it'll spawn that number of Superpi instances.

If you need rock-solid stability, you have to use several tests for extended periods of time. For a time I used HCI boot test only, because I could run Prime95 for days without errors yet fail within minutes in HCI. Tjj226 Angel had the exact opposite experience. I've gone back to using both because of that, just to be sure.

Oh, and when you run P95, make sure it finishes all FFT lengths. Passing all of those is more important than running it for 24 hours but only covering 75% of the FFT list in my experience.

Ok. For Hyperpi 0.99b, what settings do I need to tick before calculating 32M? Disable all services? CPU Priority set to what?

Being a multi-threaded front-end of Superpi, that just means it should finish and catch errors faster than Superpi?

So which is more reliable then, HCI Memtest or Prime95? Sorry, I'm a first time RAM overclocker here. I'm trying to overclock RAM and GPU first before ultimately OC'ing my CPU.
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Ok. For Hyperpi 0.99b, what settings do I need to tick before calculating 32M? Disable all services? CPU Priority set to what?

Being a multi-threaded front-end of Superpi, that just means it should finish and catch errors faster than Superpi?

So which is more reliable then, HCI Memtest or Prime95? Sorry, I'm a first time RAM overclocker here. I'm trying to overclock RAM and GPU first before ultimately OC'ing my CPU.

Disabling services and that kind of stuff is for getting better scores while benching so forget that for now. Just run the thing selecting 4 thread count. It will stress the cpu and ram harder than superpi 32m yeah...

You need to run all those tests if you wanna make sure your oced components are rock solid stable, cause those tests stress different parts of the system and even of the cpu.

Gpu you can use OCCT (checking the auto detect artifact option) and then Heaven and 3d mark 11 benches. Don't use furmark, it's too stressful and unrealistic, and will hurt your gpu in the short term if run for prolonger periods of time!

EDIT: follow the procedure in my previous post, the first one is for uber stability.
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Disabling services and that kind of stuff is for getting better scores while benching so forget that for now. Just run the thing selecting 4 thread count. It will stress the cpu and ram harder than superpi 32m yeah...

You need to run all those tests if you wanna make sure your oced components are rock solid stable, cause those tests stress different parts of the system and even of the cpu.

Gpu you can use OCCT (checking the auto detect artifact option) and then Heaven and 3d mark 11 benches. Don't use furmark, it's too stressful and unrealistic, and will hurt your gpu in the short term if run for prolonger periods of time!

EDIT: follow the procedure in my previous post, the first one is for uber stability.

Ok. I just noticed that I got an error with Superpi 1.8WP running 32M but I can finish Hyperpi 0.99b 32M with no problems? That means Superpi is still better?

I thought OCCT and Furmark produces the same unrealistic tests that boosts temps of the GPU insanely?

Which post to follow: this, this, or this?
post #244 of 1055
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Ok. I just noticed that I got an error with Superpi 1.8WP running 32M but I can finish Hyperpi 0.99b 32M with no problems? That means Superpi is still better?

I thought OCCT and Furmark produces the same unrealistic tests that boosts temps of the GPU insanely?

Which post to follow: this, this, or this?

Second and third links contain the ram stability testing I use and then the cpu testing procedure I favor...
If it passes hyperpi but errors in superpi 32m it means it's not 100% stable. Chances are you need a slight vdimm bump or you're gonna have to lower a timing or two.

OCCT is good cause of the auto artifact detect thing, no need to run it for hours though. For realistic gpu temps run 3dmark 11 and Heaven benchmark instead.
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I allmost broke my motherboard i think... The BIOS started being all weird n shi* after tried overclocking my CPU to 4GHz, as it was on my old board, just with a little more volts on the core and the same RAM tongue.gif

Well, I got my Samsung Miracle RAM now, and I was like "Where the hell is the rest of this small shi*?" THEY ARE TINY holy cow, they are not even higher than the "locks" on the sides, like seriously, *** ph34r-smiley.gif

I compared them to my good old "Dominator DHX" from Corsair, well, lets just say you can fit 2 and a half of these sticks to be close to the height.

Running them at *checks again* 8-8-8-27 1T@ 1610MHz (+/-10MHz). Its not that "wow" but its a start wink.gif
Well, I must say, that i think the RAM itself can do lots, but my M5A78-L-M/USB3 can't :\
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Yeah they seem really small at first but before long you realize they are actually just right and other sticks are just way too damn big. Though I also run Mini-ITX now...
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Im on my way to mITX myself, scaled down from 800D -> CM690II Adv. -> Core 1000 -> ???
But i guess I will hang around mATX a while cause of the fact that i like the cases much better. Therefore a Core 1000 is perfect for watercooling and SLI wink.gif

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I need a new board to OC these bastards, Tried it on my brothers rig, boom, 1866Mhz 9-9-9-24 1T, in less than 2 minutes in BIOS and they are rock solid after 1hr atleast tongue.gif Just had to test them in another rig so that i "deserve" a motherboard that can use them "right" ;D
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Just runned the 4 hour Prime Blend (7000MB, 5 Min FFT) and MaxMem Benchmark, 8GB of 2133 9-10-10-26 1T @ 1.5V



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Running these sticks, had something weird happen. Running prime with 90% ram utilized testing my 3570k at 4.7, I let it do its thing, walked away, came back about an hour later and PC was running but would not wake. So I turned it off, rebooted, and got the screen prompting f2 for setup as per as rock z77 itx specs. At this point boot failure occurred and I narrowed boot failure to ram over clock at 2000mhz. now I can no longer over clock at this speed, only up to 1866. Currently running at stock 1600 mhz speed and 7-8-7-25 1t timings and everything seems fine. Did something happen to the ram?
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The boot test is better because it seems to test in a different way. It found an error before even reaching 1% of the full memory pass, after the windows based test reached 1000% coverage with no issues on the exact same settings.

Bootable memory tests are nice for finding flatly defective memory, as they can test more of the memory. However, even the best bootable tests are not particularly strenuous, and will frequently miss problems that could cause errors in actual use for most systems.

How many instances of HCI were you running? You really should run at least as many as you have logical CPUs, otherwise you aren't stressing the cache, IMC, or memory to the fullest.
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So which is more reliable then, HCI Memtest or Prime95? Sorry, I'm a first time RAM overclocker here. I'm trying to overclock RAM and GPU first before ultimately OC'ing my CPU.

For Sandy?

Probably Prime95 custom blend, assuming you are using the newest version.
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Did something happen to the ram?

Highly unlikely.
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