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I am checking this thread for a while and I thought I could show my results too.
CPU-Z Validator: http://valid.x86.fr/ji8zr2
Cinebench:

Running Noctua D14, single fan@800rpm.
Temps are under 75 with ambient temp of 21-23.

45x100| 1.29VID/1.31Vcore | 40 uncore@1.14V | 1.94 VCCIN@LLC 100%
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I am trying to figure out why x264 Stability Test v2 will not run on my windows 10 x64.Before installing win 10 I ran x264 all the time in windows 7 with no problems whatsoever. Does anyone know if x264 needs certain files to be able to run. As soon as I am done filling out the test info and hit enter the program closes right away. I am stumped that it worked fine in 7 and not win10.Any help appreciated...
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I am trying to figure out why x264 Stability Test v2 will not run on my windows 10 x64.Before installing win 10 I ran x264 all the time in windows 7 with no problems whatsoever. Does anyone know if x264 needs certain files to be able to run. As soon as I am done filling out the test info and hit enter the program closes right away. I am stumped that it worked fine in 7 and not win10.Any help appreciated...
I encountered the same problem in W8.1 when I ran it in high priority. Have you tried running it on normal priority instead?
Also, I don't run as administrator, just normally double click on it.
Doing the steps I mentioned got it to work for me
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It dosen`t work on Windows 10 at all. (ATM at least)
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It dosen`t work on Windows 10 at all. (ATM at least)

It works for me running windows 10, and the version I use is 2.06
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It works for me running windows 10, and the version I use is 2.06
Huh? I was sure that it didn`t work. Thanks for the update! smile.gif
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Right on. I will give ver 2.06 a try...
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Been a while since i been on here got my chip I5 4670K running at 4.3GHZ multi at 43 uncore at 41 volts at 1.296 n 1.20 n 2.10 n llc on level 1 ran prime 95 v 27.9 for 3hours n 35min n no errors so far temps highest i saw on hwinfo was 80 no higher than that with h100i i think i am going to keep it there for now !!!biggrin.gif
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Been a while since i been on here got my chip I5 4670K running at 4.3GHZ multi at 43 uncore at 41 volts at 1.296 n 1.20 n 2.10 n llc on level 1 ran prime 95 v 27.9 for 3hours n 35min n no errors so far temps highest i saw on hwinfo was 80 no higher than that with h100i i think i am going to keep it there for now !!!biggrin.gif

I would try lowering your VCore to 1.25 and the Cache VCore to 1.15. Set your LLC to either 6 (if on ASUS board) or 8 (for all others). You can also lower your Input Voltage to 1.8. Try each one independantly and see if you are stable. Then do the next etc etc etc. All of these should help you decrease your CPU temp.
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So, I've got a question that I've been searching for an answer to for the better part of four hours. I've found questions that were somewhat similar, but no one has asked it outright, so no answer has sufficed.

In regards to the x264 stress test, WHY is it recommended to overload the thread count by 2x (i.e. 16 threads for 8 thread CPU, 8 threads for 4 thread CPU)? I thought the whole purpose of this test was to stray from synthetic, non-real-world stress tests. If that's the case, then why load the thread count to something that no program would call on in the real world? If the whole purpose is to guarantee a 100% processor load through the entirety of the test, why not 1.5x, or even 1.25x? From what I have seen, there's almost no discernable difference in the FPS outputs (<1%), while improving stability results greatly. What this tells me, since the load is closer to a real world scenario, is that the overclock is actually more stable than a 2x thread count test would lead me to believe.

So, again I ask, why double the thread count? What is the reasoning behind doubling the thread count, and is that reasoning truly valid for real world scenarios?
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