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Please share some links where can we buy 2400 RAM with 1.5 voltage.

DDR3 2400mhz ram with only 1.5v does not exist...
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My overclock only crash @ prime95 28.1 336k FFT sometimes not low fft , 400k and so on ? Whats wrong ? x264 stable
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My overclock only crash @ prime95 28.1 336k FFT sometimes not low fft , 400k and so on ? Whats wrong ? x264 stable

That's oddly specific. Maybe it's not as stable as you thought? When I say stable, I mean ROCK stable. Should be good enough for regular use.
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My overclock only crash @ prime95 28.1 336k FFT sometimes not low fft , 400k and so on ? Whats wrong ? x264 stable

Welcome to the real world, uhhh.... synthetic world i mean. It not uncommon to crash in prime 2.81 its the heaviest test for Haswell that i know of, which also tests the capability of your chip's IMC, not just RAM as you may call it. Dont use 2.81 If the sole purpose of your PC is gaming or encoding, because you will never tap into such aspects of CPU as 2.81 does.

P.S. on my chip the difference between x264 stable and prime 2.81 stable was 300MHz.
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I found my fail -.- everything fine with vccin 1.85v ....that voltage is OK i guess?
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It's very, very CPU bound and apparently RAM bound. Oh, and I'm pretty sure it only uses 3 cores. XD

One core for main game thread, a second core loaded for other stuff

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Easy to kill the cpu's. I'll throw up a youtube vid today
Edited by Cyro999 - 10/25/13 at 7:27am
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I realized today that the x264 Benchmark is using a year old version of the encoder, so I downloaded and integrated the new one. If you extract the attached zip file into the x264 benchmark folder it'll add the new encoders (32 and 64 bit) and a new batch file called stress_test.bat. If you run the stress_test batch file, it'll use the new encoders and you can choose how many times to loop the second pass. For some reason it doesn't always populate the system info in the results file (and I can't figure out why) but I guess everyone knows their system specs. I don't know if the new encoder is any more stressful than the year old one, but I figured newer is better.

The updated files don't overwrite anything, so you can still use the original benchmark program as well.

Edit: Bah, it's over the file size limit. Here's a link:

http://www.4shared.com/zip/GK2EL_d9/x264_stress_test_update.html

Could you please post this somewhere that doesn't require everybody that downloads it to either show their email to a network of spam bots or jump through a bunch of hoops to make a fake email?

http://puush.me/ might be usable, but maybe there's better ways. I don't know much of file sharing sites

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Thats exactly what i found. I ended up bumping vrin by .025v and +0.1v on SA & IOD when i went from x49-x50 for the same uncore. Did the same with IOA but just induced instability.

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With vccin: 1.85v
I got a stabile 4,6 GHz now with 1.255v biggrin.gif (2133 MHz RAM not stabile even with 1.27v ,so 1600mhz all the way)
Edited by Menphisto - 10/25/13 at 9:42am
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Could you please post this somewhere that doesn't require everybody that downloads it to either show their email to a network of spam bots or jump through a bunch of hoops to make a fake email?

http://puush.me/ might be usable, but maybe there's better ways. I don't know much of file sharing sites
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My apologies for the file sharing screw-up - I should have known that anyhting easy to upload to would be hard to download from. Here are two new links that should be more trouble free:

http://www.mediafire.com/download/z5qorzukbswlxqz/x264_stress_test_update.zip

https://db.tt/uysEVchn
Edited by Forceman - 10/25/13 at 11:54am
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Thanks (:

Good work, i didn't actually use the benchmark very much but it's important to have up to date encoder (i used x264 in other ways, with a hopefully more up to date encoder; i didn't check the specific version, though i made a note to do it ages ago..)

Also, you can still compare FPS between people if we have the same encoder version.
Edited by Cyro999 - 10/25/13 at 11:44am
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