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Some programs when they load a CPU to 100% consume a lot more power than other programs loading the CPU to 100% because of different types of load or instruction sets used, particularly heavy use of avx/avx2 are very power hungry (and thus hot) for example, but it doesn't necessarily correlate with stability. You can have an OC pass these programs, but crash on another type of load (as you saw)
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Some programs when they load a CPU to 100% consume a lot more power than other programs loading the CPU to 100% because of different types of load or instruction sets used, particularly heavy use of avx/avx2 are very power hungry (and thus hot) for example, but it doesn't necessarily correlate with stability. You can have an OC pass these programs, but crash on another type of load (as you saw)

I got you. Someone elsewhere replied to me with pretty much the same thing. Do you agree that I should up the voltage and give MinerD another shot?

"do you have the same results by moving the voltage back up to 1.325-1.350v just for MinerD?
synthetic benching is not the extreme stability, although is pretty close. but real world testing
is the deal breaker on stability."
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Yea, but give it ~1.95 vrin/vccin and a high level of VRIN LLC (max or close to max) as well
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Yea, but give it ~1.95 vrin/vccin and a high level of VRIN LLC (max or close to max) as well

Just for testing sake, should I keep that for after I just try upping the voltage? Or are those things crucial for stability?
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You need to manually set VRIN.

Start by setting ~1.85vrin with high LLC level and see what core multi you can stabilize with 1.23 bios vcore. See if it's high or low, then work from there. Also make sure your uncore is not auto-ocing with the core, you can set it to 33x manually to prevent that (and 1.15 ring/cache is more than enough for safety)

I set the uncore to 34/34, so it shouldn't factor in now. It looks like the cache is getting a bit of an overvolt from my bios settings, so I might have to tweak to compensate for it, the vrin was upped just fine. This chip is really starting to piss me off.



Is started showing signs of stability at 4.4ghz, I upped it to 4.5 out of curiosity with the above already pretty high voltages, nothing. I'll run Memtest overnight tonight to doublecheck it's not a memory problem, but I don't think so, since before the 4.5 error screenshot, I booted up at 4.6 and it gave a cpu core #3 error, rather than this vague one.

Scratch that "signs of stability" thing. e35EYKQ.png
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Just for testing sake, should I keep that for after I just try upping the voltage? Or are those things crucial for stability?

It's pretty crucial at ~1.35vcore territory
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I set the uncore to 34/34, so it shouldn't factor in now. It looks like the cache is getting a bit of an overvolt from my bios settings, so I might have to tweak to compensate for it, the vrin was upped just fine. This chip is really starting to piss me off.



Is started showing signs of stability at 4.4ghz, I upped it to 4.5 out of curiosity with the above already pretty high voltages, nothing. I'll run Memtest overnight tonight to doublecheck it's not a memory problem, but I don't think so, since before the 4.5 error screenshot, I booted up at 4.6 and it gave a cpu core #3 error, rather than this vague one.

Scratch that "signs of stability" thing. e35EYKQ.png

You didn't follow my advice tongue.gif

To add onto it, if you want to try it, use x264 benchmark 5.0.1 as stability test while doing so (you can grab updated encoder version if you want)
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Tyorik, go to x44 and try your stress test again. I am running it myself as I type this, one the same CPU, at 44x and have had no issues yet. 11minutes into the benchmark now.
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is it normal for one of my cores to be a lot cooler than the other ones?

My core #3 is 8-10 degrees celsius cooler than my other cores normally

it's very common if you haven't delidded thumb.gif
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It's pretty crucial at ~1.35vcore territory

Where do I find vccin on an Asus Maximus VI Hero board? Looking everywhere... Found vccin for boot, and then vcin for post, but not just normal operation.
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