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Since Intel Extreme Tuning Utility use Prime95, what version do they use? do they use 27.9 version or earlier?

everytime I use prime 28.1 build 1, I either get bsod 101 or 124. lol and the temp go up really quickly.
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I dont get it.

I Just ran Intel Extreme Tuning Utility benchmark. It took like 2min and gave me an score?

Tough test though, if it passes & gives a score it will generally be stable in most daily tasks (I'm sure there are still heavy load apps that may need more tweaking for stability).
    
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My morale is somehow shattered.

So I've been running AIDA64 Extreme Edition for 8 hours and 15min. And now I should try the same with prime95 27.9?
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My morale is somehow shattered.

So I've been running AIDA64 Extreme Edition for 8 hours and 15min. And now I should try the same with prime95?

Lol, the joy of overclocking. Get used to it
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Lol, the joy of overclocking. Get used to it

You surely arent serious I should run prime95 for 8 hours, after I've just been running AIDA64 for 8 hours earlier today?
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My experience with stress test and this is just my opinion is a shorter run of prime has been more stable for me in gaming than any length of other tests or benchmarks. This may well be different for everyone else. It was not too many moons ago nothing else was considered viable other than 24hr prime lol, dread the thought. It depends entirely on your own use.

I agree with you there. I have been overclocking since the pentium 200 days. To me Prime95 is the gold standard stability test program.
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You surely arent serious I should run prime95 for 8 hours, after I've just been running AIDA64 for 8 hours earlier today?

No, do not bother if you do not want to, you can always keep crashing in games. No one advised to run 8hrs prime, use your initiative, try prime for an hr then game some more. Try adjust accordingly, no one can tell you how long to stress for, you could stress 24hrs then crash the next day.
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I agree with you there. I have been overclocking since the pentium 200 days. To me Prime95 is the gold standard stability test program.

It hasn't been great by itself for a while now though though, 24 hours prime stable doesn't mean a rig is stable any more than 10 minutes of XTU benchmark.

If you're really after stable, you really have to throw some of everything at the cpu.
    
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It hasn't been great by itself for a while now though though, 24 hours prime stable doesn't mean a rig is stable any more than 10 minutes of XTU benchmark.

If you're really after stable, you really have to throw some of everything at the cpu.

I respectfully disagree. I have a fx8320 that in the owners thread various stress tests have become viable options for people to squeeze more clocks than they really should out of the cpu and cooling. I ran the same tests as others, so IBT avx etc etc etc, I would always crash in bf3 without doubt. I have never had a single crash in bf3 with even 1hr prime stability. Just my opinion based on my personal experience.
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You surely arent serious I should run prime95 for 8 hours, after I've just been running AIDA64 for 8 hours earlier today?

I would if I were you. Aida64 isn't a great program by itself (none of them really are), and besides you are going to be running stress tests after every tweak until you are totally set. I usually run a handful of tests to ensure stability, and Aida isn't any of them. I prefer OCCT and Prime for finding errors, but I also use IBT and Linpack first and foremost for a quick test. But ultimately it is up to you how you decide to test...
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