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For me hyperpi 32m then direct Test to cinebench and back to hyperpi32.. It Works for me on daily use.. Never Touch the other Test kinda headace. But everything is a choice which is best for you smile.gif. Playing bf 4 5 hours, gro more than 4 hours , making gro video using adobe premiere for more than 8 hours all run pretty well no single problem.
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Yeah, I'm looking for something now. I thought my 4.3ghz was completely stable. Passed x264 and xtu for 9 hours. Got a bsod tonight x0124, out of no where.. I had a few tabs open on the internet and looking through some system files, then it came. I'm about to say to hell with overclocking this thing. Especially since I was working on 4.4 and eventually gave up on that. Hence why I haven't had anything to chart yet.

But the question was, is any part of that real bench synthetic?

you shouldn't give up! smile.gif
that's why it's good to always do a mix of stuff, i would recommend also incorporating Chess, RealBench and OCCT.

i don't think anything in RealBench is synthetic. If you are asking in order to figure out if temps will be an issue, they shouldn't be. it's not a "hot" test. at least not for me.
note that Realbench has the benchmarking mode and the stress mode you should try both smile.gif
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Yeah, I'm looking for something now. I thought my 4.3ghz was completely stable. Passed x264 and xtu for 9 hours. Got a bsod tonight x0124, out of no where.. I had a few tabs open on the internet and looking through some system files, then it came. I'm about to say to hell with overclocking this thing.

"Stability test" seems impossible on Haswell. x264 won't do it, nor will prime 28.1 (30hr pass then unstable from belial)

Your goal is to get close to stability, and then to tweak. 124? If your uncore is down as it's supposed to (manual uncore 100mhz below stock so no turbo) and ring is at a good setting (like 1.2v) then it's obviously vcore - you can throw +0.02vcore, if you get no sign of issues whatsoever for the next few days, drop it by half of that if you want.
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I agree..... you can pass XTU (reported earlier as Prime95 clone) all day long but thro the RealBench Multitasking load at it and things come crumbling down.

Cool, i'll try that later on today. smile.gif
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STABLE - 4.6 GHz CPU Clock/4.1 Uncore Clock/1.375 VCore/1.2 VRing/2.0 VRin Override
UNSTABLE - 4.7 GHz CPU Clock/4.2 Uncore Clock/1.4 VCore/1.2 VRing/2.0 VRin Override

Is there a way to get to 4.7 that is safe or worth it?
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From the looks of things it's core that'll be letting you down. If x46 was stable with 1.375vcore then there's no way x47 will be stable with 1.4v, and i'd be surprised if the vcore needed for it would be much below 1.45v. Not worth it imo.
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What Doug said, though i must say - you're increasing uncore clock further at the same time, which is bad practice. It was bad practice of me to leave mine at 40x for a while trying out higher core multi's.

I'm not even stable @42x uncore with 1.2 ring at a low core overclock, no way i'd be increasing uncore multi while trying to raise core clock
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"Stability test" seems impossible on Haswell. x264 won't do it, nor will prime 28.1 (30hr pass then unstable from belial)

Your goal is to get close to stability, and then to tweak. 124? If your uncore is down as it's supposed to (manual uncore 100mhz below stock so no turbo) and ring is at a good setting (like 1.2v) then it's obviously vcore - you can throw +0.02vcore, if you get no sign of issues whatsoever for the next few days, drop it by half of that if you want.
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you shouldn't give up! smile.gif
that's why it's good to always do a mix of stuff, i would recommend also incorporating Chess, RealBench and OCCT.

i don't think anything in RealBench is synthetic. If you are asking in order to figure out if temps will be an issue, they shouldn't be. it's not a "hot" test. at least not for me.
note that Realbench has the benchmarking mode and the stress mode you should try both smile.gif

I know I shouldn't give up.. but this is all I've been doing with everyday I have off.. including a couple hours on the days I work. Which I'm getting very little sleep now a days. I haven't even did any gaming because I'm spending all my time with this. But I guess I can tweak some more things. I wanted to get the core completely stable before anything else. (Thought I had it). I have used chess before.. but not this time around. How long should I run chess for? (please don't say hours)

I really doub't I'll run any stress program longer than I did with XTU. Ain't got time for that LOL. I've heard of so many ways about how to keep uncore and whatnot. Not sure on what to do really. When I thought I had 4.3 stable.. I went and turned on dynamic and adaptive modes back on. Including XMP. While leaving the voltages I had set where they were. (1.240v core, 1.15v ring,. 1.650v ram) Which my ram is only rated for 1.5-1.6v) If you want a screenshots or 2 of my current settings I can provide a couple.
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I know I shouldn't give up.. but this is all I've been doing with everyday I have off.. including a couple hours on the days I work. Which I'm getting very little sleep now a days. I haven't even did any gaming because I'm spending all my time with this. But I guess I can tweak some more things. I wanted to get the core completely stable before anything else. (Thought I had it). I have used chess before.. but not this time around. How long should I run chess for? (please don't say hours)

I really doub't I'll run any stress program longer than I did with XTU. Ain't got time for that LOL. I've heard of so many ways about how to keep uncore and whatnot. Not sure on what to do really. When I thought I had 4.3 stable.. I went and turned on dynamic and adaptive modes back on. Including XMP. While leaving the voltages I had set where they were. (1.240v core, 1.15v ring,. 1.650v ram) Which my ram is only rated for 1.5-1.6v) If you want a screenshots or 2 of my current settings I can provide a couple.



I see we have similar batch , i have costa rica 3314B712 and its very hard to overclock so far. Im dealing with 4.2-4.3 aswell which is so low its almost not worth the time. Anyway i have got it stable for 12 hours prime small fft at 1.3v with no other settings than 42x/36x uncore and it ran 4 hours until BSOD at 1.25v with some other tweaks. At 4.4ghz i have managed IBT maximum 30 runs at 1.295v but i want it AVX stable and prime usually instantly resets for me so im not sure if i hit the wall or something. I can boot into windows at 4.5ghz 1.30-31v so i still would like to think its possible some how to get more than 4.2. I have like 30 days refund left so i can try some more settings.
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When I thought I had 4.3 stable.. I went and turned on dynamic and adaptive modes back on. Including XMP.

Did you leave it for like two or three days with your regular pc use and gaming before you did that? Because it always takes me a couple days of occasional crashes of reducing frequency while i iron out the last like 0.015v's

just get that rogbench thing, that silly awesome program, if you can pass the stress test for an hour, play your stuff and tweak from there. Best advice i can give you
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