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I am more concerned about now, in the Future i probably have changed my CPU smile.gif (i change CPU 1 or 2 times a year)

What's the point in changing a CPU that many times?

Games still run fine on even first gen I7s.

Do you do more than game with it?
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I like to do benchmarks is a hobby for me
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I like to do benchmarks is a hobby for me

Ah
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Originally Posted by error-id10t View Post

Thanks for that, well here's mine for a short run (20 runs takes too long lol!).

For what it's worth the BIOS settings are:

vcore/vid: 1.225v
cache: 1.2v
RAM: 1.65v
vccin/input voltage: auto

But while I'm at it, need to ask why am I getting those error codes when I launch the program and secondly, why do I have to copy 2 different files manually into my \system32 folder??

If you already copyed 2 files to system32 folder and the 64bit version of x264 works, then you can delete this line from batch_script.bat and you won't see the errors anymore:
"call avisynth64_install_techarp.cmd"
Edited by tomlev5 - 10/19/13 at 8:49am
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Originally Posted by byardz View Post

Prime tests AVX, AVX will be used more in the future and if you can't pass test that have it enabled how do you think your CPU will do in the future?

x264 uses avx2 ^.^

As said before, there's a difference between using avx and hammering FPU as hard as possible
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I treid 1.3V just to see, but got again a Rounding Error after 55min^^

Those Rounding Errors are annoying. I dont think they result out of to low VCore frown.gif

Well, small amounts on sa/io volts won't help you. If you wanna try +0.05 or +0.1 on a few, maybe do that; but you should be unstable on 34x uncore @1.15-1.2 ring, 800mhz RAM before messing around, set up so that you know exactly which setting/multi is causing you issues

Also, it's best to narrow it down to what vcore you need where etc. If you need 1.2vcore for 4.4, obviously 1.3 for 4.5 is silly and i don't think i've seen a single case of it being neccesary
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I am stress testing with XTU, currently 5 hours in. 1 hour ago my board started beeping, a long continuous beep, but after 6-7 minutes it stopped. Debug code was A0, which is the one always displayed when on Windows (IDE initialization is started).

It is doing it again now, this time it hasn't stopped (about 30 minutes). Should I worry? I haven't set any alarms in the BIOS but I notice that one of my case fans is stuck at 1551RPM in both HWMonitor and EasyTune. All fans are working properly though, and temps are in the high 60's/low 70's.

Should I close XTU and restart or is it nothing to worry about?
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I am stress testing with XTU, currently 5 hours in. 1 hour ago my board started beeping, a long continuous beep, but after 6-7 minutes it stopped. Debug code was A0, which is the one always displayed when on Windows (IDE initialization is started).

It is doing it again now, this time it hasn't stopped (about 30 minutes). Should I worry? I haven't set any alarms in the BIOS but I notice that one of my case fans is stuck at 1551RPM in both HWMonitor and EasyTune. All fans are working properly though, and temps are in the high 60's/low 70's.

Should I close XTU and restart or is it nothing to worry about?

IMO, you should stop all of that "hours of stressing", unless your hobby is running seemingly endless stability tests. In the end, your everyday activities will be the determining factor as to whether or not your system is stable for your purposes. I've read through several accounts from people who ran 12+ hours of Prime 95 (among other tests) successfully, only to have their PC crash while watching YouTube videos and checking e-mail....

Bottom line: If you're using the PC for gaming, then play some games on it. If the PC doesn't lock up or BSOD during the game, then you're most likely stable. If all you do is check e-mail and watch YouTube, then do that. Again, if you don't get any lock-ups or freezes, then you're doing pretty good. Run a virus/malware scan and defrag your hard drive (if they're not SSD's) simultaneously and see if your system crashes. If none of the regular operations cause your system to crash, then you can deem your PC to be stable.thumbsupsmiley.png
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Originally Posted by starmanwarz View Post

I am stress testing with XTU, currently 5 hours in. 1 hour ago my board started beeping, a long continuous beep, but after 6-7 minutes it stopped. Debug code was A0, which is the one always displayed when on Windows (IDE initialization is started).

It is doing it again now, this time it hasn't stopped (about 30 minutes). Should I worry? I haven't set any alarms in the BIOS but I notice that one of my case fans is stuck at 1551RPM in both HWMonitor and EasyTune. All fans are working properly though, and temps are in the high 60's/low 70's.

Should I close XTU and restart or is it nothing to worry about?

Might be worth asking in the Gigabyte thread.
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Originally Posted by blaze2210 View Post

IMO, you should stop all of that "hours of stressing", unless your hobby is running seemingly endless stability tests. In the end, your everyday activities will be the determining factor as to whether or not your system is stable for your purposes. I've read through several accounts from people who ran 12+ hours of Prime 95 (among other tests) successfully, only to have their PC crash while watching YouTube videos and checking e-mail....

Bottom line: If you're using the PC for gaming, then play some games on it. If the PC doesn't lock up or BSOD during the game, then you're most likely stable. If all you do is check e-mail and watch YouTube, then do that. Again, if you don't get any lock-ups or freezes, then you're doing pretty good. Run a virus/malware scan and defrag your hard drive (if they're not SSD's) simultaneously and see if your system crashes. If none of the regular operations cause your system to crash, then you can deem your PC to be stable.thumbsupsmiley.png

Cool. So how do you figure what to change and by how much? Just guess and add/remove a bunch of vcore, or vrin, or vring, or SA/IOD/IOA, or drop core, or drop uncore.....? I was running 50x42, changed to 50x43 and the only thing i had to change was drop SA/IOD by .05v. How would i have figured that out if it BSOD'd randomly whilst gaming? I'm sure instinct would have been to raise either vrin, vcore or vring.

There's a lot of us on here trying to a) reach max clocks or b) run lowest voltage for a specific multi. I just don't get how you would do either of these just by running the computer on a day to day basis.
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