Originally Posted by Darkwizzie
The JJ thing is old by now.
Running with Unigence/3dMark won't really stress the CPU at all... Only Prime, Aida, Linpack etc will stress the cpu to any serious point. If it doesn't crash in Unigen it's like playing Crysis 3 and it doesn't crash. Some people want more than that.
That was posted two days ago - not old... and once again - Prime95 hasn't been validated for a 4770K so stop telling people to run that on their $300+ investment.
I simply posted the video for Asus users who couldn't find the most accurate information possible for their new setups - as the Gigabyte OC Info thread has a lot of good information in it but the terminology used by each manufacturer is completely different and may be confusing to some who are new to Haswell or Intel OCing in general. JJ and Asus know their stuff and if they tell me that Aida64 is tried and true/validated for my CPU then I'm going to run it to test my OC. Nobody recommended Unigene or 3DMark to actually test stability - that was mentioned as a preliminary test to see if the CPU is even capable of running close to that frequency/voltage. He recommends using "ROG RealBench" which uses real world applications such as GIMP to test the stability of your system - as well as using Aida64 and mixing in some benchmarks such as 3DMark to get an overall idea of stability.
Anyway, I'm not sure why you had to go out of your way to make the video seem trivial or useless - because it's not
Edit for screenshot of ASUS' new software:Edited by HairyGamer - 7/13/13 at 5:51am