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Originally Posted by escalibur View Post

Did some custom test with these settings:





Over 3h of running...



http://valid.x86.fr/ptmdim

What I find hilarious about Prime is this: You could be stable in Prime for 12+ hours, then potentially crash when you put your usual load on your CPU. Yet, if you're stable running x264 for several "Loop 2" runs, then you're most likely going to be stable in your usual activities - though you might crash if you run Prime. I personally look at Prime as more of a means of testing your cooler's capabilities. biggrin.gif
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What I find hilarious about Prime is this: You could be stable in Prime for 12+ hours, then potentially crash when you put your usual load on your CPU. Yet, if you're stable running x264 for several "Loop 2" runs, then you're most likely going to be stable in your usual activities - though you might crash if you run Prime. I personally look at Prime as more of a means of testing your cooler's capabilities. biggrin.gif

I find it funny I experienced the exact opposite. Ran x264 for 12 hours no errors/crashes, played league of legends and crashed 2 hours in. Ran prime for 6 hours, found out I needed a good +20mV, have had NO crashes for 4 days.
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What I find hilarious about Prime is this: You could be stable in Prime for 12+ hours, then potentially crash when you put your usual load on your CPU. Yet, if you're stable running x264 for several "Loop 2" runs, then you're most likely going to be stable in your usual activities - though you might crash if you run Prime. I personally look at Prime as more of a means of testing your cooler's capabilities. biggrin.gif


Tell me about it mate. smile.gif Personally I haven't run x264 yet but as I've said before the more things you can run the better. Single app is just a single result. thumb.gif
Edited by escalibur - 10/22/14 at 8:54am
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I find it funny I experienced the exact opposite. Ran x264 for 12 hours no errors/crashes, played league of legends and crashed 2 hours in. Ran prime for 6 hours, found out I needed a good +20mV, have had NO crashes for 4 days.

More evidence that there really is no recipe for overclocking, you just have to find the limits of your own chip, and figure out what sort of testing gets you stable for the things you do with your rig.... thumb.gif
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I feel very comfortable passing an hour or two of x264 and adding 0.02vcore and up to ~0.05v input voltage (depending how close to instability it was). With that kind of OCing i've seen very solid results and no future instability without a lot of work or questioning, because the encoder is pretty hard on the CPU (and it is sensitive to vcore and input voltage) - it just doesn't really demand MORE vcore than some other programs, which makes that line a little fuzzy.
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Running my delidded 4770K at 4.4 with 1.325 vcore and 2000mhz ram (Trident X at 1.65v). It's not the best chip, but it's stable, or at least I thought it was (12 hours P95 28.5 Custom Blend). Played Far Cry 3 for a few hours last night, which gets my case/system pretty hot. A few minutes afterward I stopped playing I got an IRQ Not Less or Equal BSOD. The Nvidia Driver was listed as crashing in Blue Screen View. First time I've ever seen that BSOD. My understanding is that it's probably related to memory. Ran Memtest 86+ overnight, no errors. Anybody else get this? Should I bump up some of the memory related voltages? Could this be caused by excess heat in my case?

What is the actual code? the 0x00000 number. I think it is the "bug check" code under BlueScreenView.

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Ram issues turns out to be Eventual DRAM voltage. This setting was not available in my Gaming 3 and older z87 boards so I never thought to touch it.

DRAM voltage @ 1.65v , Eventual DRAM voltage @ auto = BSOD

DRAM voltage @ 1.65v , Eventual DRAM voltage @ 1.65v = Stable

Thank god, I don't wanna return this kit.

Does it BSOD when booting into OS if Eventual is set to AUTO? If I'm not mistaken and maybe I interchanged Eventual and Boot, Eventual increases voltage to what you set when booting to OS.


For anyone who knows, can anyone give me a simple explanation on how does System Agent do? Is it related to RAM (stability) as well? I know IO Digital and Analog may help achieve max OCs for RAM, but not sure about System Agent.


On a side note, and a completely unrelated one at that, I was checking the batch number of my 4770k and I chuckled when I saw it. Not only it is from C batch, it has the "leet" code on it. L337C221. lol

The BSOD would happen 3-5 mintues after windows fully booted. Which told me it wasn't completely unstable, no BIOS freezes or POST errors.

However In the process of adding 1.65v I also bumped SA IO to 1.0v from 0.88v. I could bump that back down to auto and see if that's the issue.
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it is. Was the frequency holding to what you set it too?

If its stable and not throttle during use you are fine already.

right playing csgo the 4.2ghz held up (hwinfo). 68c was the temperature

i used the x264 test yesterday and i got a blue screen on the first loop with a CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT error. (hwinfo reporting 4.2ghz too)

a bit of googling indicated it could be something to do with AMD drivers or something so i removed what it said to removed and managed 1 loop or the x264 test without crashing (didnt have time to do any more)

which it was running that loop it got to the same 68c temperature.

do you think its safe to up my voltages at that temperature after one loop?
    
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right playing csgo the 4.2ghz held up (hwinfo). 68c was the temperature

i used the x264 test yesterday and i got a blue screen on the first loop with a CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT error. (hwinfo reporting 4.2ghz too)

a bit of googling indicated it could be something to do with AMD drivers or something so i removed what it said to removed and managed 1 loop or the x264 test without crashing (didnt have time to do any more)

which it was running that loop it got to the same 68c temperature.

do you think its safe to up my voltages at that temperature after one loop?
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yes

My friend can you tell me you know realbench v2.2 for stability test ?

this program close to gaming stress its encoding video on the cpu and render some of photo on the gpu at same time

i think this good to test our OC with gaming are you with me ?
   
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The most stressful thing i saw in the Realbench test was x264 - however their x264 test is not as good as the one used in this thread. Maybe use it after the x264 loop for a while
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