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No, you misunderstood, i said that x264 regular encoding found instability where the x264 stress test/benchmark that we’re using didn’t..., and that i suspect is because of the “time off” the cpu gets between the loops.

Hm, i don't think a 1 second pause every 5 minutes is that big of a deal, millions of things happening etc. Prime has such pauses though not quite as long every minute
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Whatever encode i do with megui or vidcoder for personal uses is nowhere near as stressful on the cpu as the x264 stress test that i provided is...

I would call the one that requires the most vcore the most stressful - i think they're pretty close and you just need like a 0.01v boost
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Hm, i don't think a 1 second pause every 5 minutes is that big of a deal, millions of things happening etc. Prime has such pauses though not quite as long every minute

Well, as i said, i only suspect that to be a problem but i am not certain.

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I would call the one that requires the most vcore the most stressful - i think they're pretty close and you just need like a 0.01v boost

I raised it in .005 increments an in the end .015 did it.
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Well, as i said, i only suspect that to be a problem but i am not certain.
I raised it in .005 increments an in the end .015 did it.

Does your download also required the person to download avisynth?

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Does your download also required the person to download avisynth?

No.
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I don't know how you guys go about finding the vcore but here's what I did.

After finally settling down at 1.9vcore, 1.4vcc I let it run XTU for at least 8hrs which passed without crashing then I let it run F@H for 12hrs while I went to work.

It crashed the 1st time, I added 0.02V to vcore and ran F@H overnight. The next morning it was still running I left it and went to work, came back, still running.basically I would just run F@H till it crash until I got to 1.912vcore which has been running for 3 days without crashing.

I'm using F@H cos it the real world CPU intensive application I'm using.

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That is not vcore, that is vccin (input voltage).
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I don't know how you guys go about finding the vcore but here's what I did.

After finally settling down at 1.9vcore, 1.4vcc I let it run XTU for at least 8hrs which passed without crashing then I let it run F@H for 12hrs while I went to work.

It crashed the 1st time, I added 0.02V to vcore and ran F@H overnight. The next morning it was still running I left it and went to work, came back, still running.basically I would just run F@H till it crash until I got to 1.912vcore which has been running for 3 days without crashing.

I'm using F@H cos it the real world CPU intensive application I'm using.

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It sounds like you're running 1.92v VCCIN (Eventual Input Voltage) and 1.4v VID. If your 1.4v is VID that's pretty high. What core multiplier are you using?
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I was experimenting today and set the multiplier to 46 and VID to 1.30 (vccin 1.87) and ran XTU cpu test for 10 mins(passed) but failed the the benchmark in ~30 seconds(124bsod). Can you "estimate" how much more vid does it require to be stable?or not possible? I'm not going to play with voltage above 1.3 to make it stable before i delid my chip so I'm leaving it at 44x 1.265vid for now, but I think i can reach a good overclock with this chip.
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I was experimenting today and set the multiplier to 46 and VID to 1.30 (vccin 1.87) and ran XTU cpu test for 10 mins(passed) but failed the the benchmark in ~30 seconds(124bsod). Can you "estimate" how much more vid does it require to be stable?or not possible? I'm not going to play with voltage above 1.3 to make it stable before i delid my chip so I'm leaving it at 44x 1.265vid for now, but I think i can reach a good overclock with this chip.


No one can tell you that, you’ll have to test. But if you have a cheap motherboard, you might want to try 1.9 to 1.95 vccin.
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It is highly recommended not to use Furmark or OC Scanner with GTX 780s because the cards may be damaged by those programs.

BF4 is an awesome stress test. I can pass loop after loop of x264 but I had to up VID by .055v to get BF4 stable.

I was specifically directed by the card manufacturer to use Furmark when I called to specifically to ask about OCCTs throttling. I called and ask if there was something wrong with my card cause it wouldn't go over 28% load on OCCT. Their answer .... "Use Furmark, better to test and watch temps while you are sitting there paying attention, then to have it spike up when you are distracted by a game or something else. I got the same answer from my laptop vendor (custom built Clevo design).

They did add that the reason that nVidia throttled OCCT was its ability to run both CPU and GPU tests concurrently and that this can oft result in low voltages on 12v rails which, with a less than stellar PSU, can damage the PSU & and everything else.

As for BF4, I couldn't get it 3 hour stable at stock CPU and GPU speeds.....at least not in SLI. It's the only game that exhibits this behavior....tho my son played last night (all stock) with the new 335.23 drivers and didn't crash for the 1st time ever. We;'ll see what happens when we turn on the profile used on all other games (+25% GPU / +20% Mem) over the weekend.
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