Originally Posted by rickcooperjr
Nor does you calling a IBT AVX test run that says pass / stable a fail and you not explaining why and you just chewing my butt about it as I had said never had I ran IBT AVX and how was I suppose to know the difference from a positive run and false positive run without an explanation why it was a false positive it took Minotaurtoo explaining things about why it was a false positive after you commenced chewing my butt without you giving any explanation as to why so of course I retaliated in defense of my results that said pass / stable at end of run.
Not chewing your butt, I tried to tell you why it was a fail (probably poorly) but as far as I understand it, Linpack testing is done by your CPU, pretty much number crunching like what Prime does but on a faster scale and you can see the results. From my experience, anything above or below 3.xxxxxxxxxx is a fail and your system isn't stable, also if the cpu isn't yielding correct results this means that the data the cpu is writing isn't going to be correct and eventually you're going to run into issues as things become more and more corrupt. THIS SIR... Is what I TRIED to tell you and from what I was reading it pretty much sounded like you didn't like what I was saying regardless of my positive intentions in trying to help you but you took it the complete wrong way as though I was seeking you out to pick on you which isn't the case at all.
Yes I understand what you are saying, program says pass, you think it's fine, I DID THE SAME THING! However, while people tried to point out the same mistake instead of jumping into defense mode I took onboard what was being said. You can read it for yourself here
and if you feel like I did jump to defense and start chewing people out please say so lol.
Back on topic, I'm so so so very tempted to source one of the 9590 chips and run that instead of my FX8350 but my local store has just stopped selling them.