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Check in place and go. I let it run for 30mins to get a base VCore value, Wirerat seems to have success with 2 minutes. smile.gif

Edit: Talking about a Custom run. For CPU OC I use Custom + in-place. Blend I run for a few hours when I get a new RAM kit.
Edited by aerotracks - 10/22/14 at 2:51pm
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Check in place and go. I let it run for 30mins to get a base VCore value, Wirerat seems to have success with 2 minutes. smile.gif

Edit: Talking about a Custom run. For CPU OC I use Custom + in-place. Blend I run for a few hours when I get a new RAM kit.

Okay, so you are running Prime95 28.5 like this? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

To be honest, I don't know IF my system's temperatures will EVER permit me to run Prime95 28.5 in any of these settings. I have 25C in my room right now and my system's cooling can be seen in my signature. How much is your ambient temperature right now?

The only time I will be able to run Prime95 28.5 will be with these parameters in the local.txt file:

CpuSupportsAVX=0
CpuSupportsFMA3=0

And this is what I am planning to do, as an additional to the x264 stress test, when I will be testing my o/c

For a couple of minutes though I wouldn't mind running this latest Prime at its defaults.

Can someone, please, explain or provide a link to, what this "1344" value setting means and does?
    
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Okay, so you are running Prime95 28.5 like this? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Correct! Except I use 27.9. Standard duration is 15mins with that version, so I just let it run for 2 tests.

1344k is a test where VCore factors in the most.
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Correct! Except I use 27.9. Standard duration is 15mins with that version, so I just let it run for 2 tests.

1344k is a test where VCore factors in the most.

Ah, okay I see, you are using another version. The default Time to run each FFTs size in version 28.5 is 3 minutes, as can be seen on the 1st screenshot I posted.

I have read that using 28.5 with the two instructions I give above disables AVX and also, since running the latest version, you don't have the bugs from previous versions. Few hours ago I run 28.5-untouched on Optimal Defaults and ---> max Core temp = 83C, in my system. I then run it with those two commands in the local.txt file, and ---> max Core temp = 61C. Both tests were Small FFTs.

So, I might use it like this. What is your opinion?
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Okay, so you are running Prime95 28.5 like this? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

To be honest, I don't know IF my system's temperatures will EVER permit me to run Prime95 28.5 in any of these settings. I have 25C in my room right now and my system's cooling can be seen in my signature. How much is your ambient temperature right now?

The only time I will be able to run Prime95 28.5 will be with these parameters in the local.txt file:

CpuSupportsAVX=0
CpuSupportsFMA3=0

And this is what I am planning to do, as an additional to the x264 stress test, when I will be testing my o/c

For a couple of minutes though I wouldn't mind running this latest Prime at its defaults.

Can someone, please, explain or provide a link to, what this "1344" value setting means and does?
you can leave the avx fma3 off for the short test I was talking about.

it just helps keep it cooler. its not that important. I researched it before and it is just way to run prime cooler. I just do a short run before moving forward to xtu bench then x264.
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you can leave the avx fma3 off for the short test I was talking about.

it just helps keep it cooler. its not that important. I researched it before and it is just way to run prime cooler. I just do a short run before moving forward to xtu bench then x264.

No, it's OK, I understand you! You meant that you run Prime95 28.5 on its default settings, unaltered, meaning with AVX and the rest ON. That is what you meant initially. Because that is the whole point: the CPU to be able to pass a few minutes, say 2 or 3, with these exhausting settings. And I say that I would be willing to try this, for a few minutes, IF my system's temperatures will allow it. I do not think that they will allow it though - when I will be testing for 4.7GHz and with the Voltage that my CPU will require... IF temps will allow me I will surely try it!

Otherwise, for sure I will run the latest Prime with AVX etc disabled, and x264 for a few loops, and AIDA64 for a couple of hours... Not on the same day, just saying I'm willing to test with various programs.
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Heh, try small FFTs biggrin.gif (actually, don't) 10-20c higher than Low FFTs. Crazy Haswell is crazy.

I take much of my knowledge of custom Prime95 settings from this thread: A quick and dirty guide to the custom settings

But I use almost all available RAM. So I look in Task Manager, see how much RAM is available, and enter in 15,400 for Memory to use (in MB)
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No, it's OK, I understand you! You meant that you run Prime95 28.5 on its default settings, unaltered, meaning with AVX and the rest ON. That is what you meant initially. Because that is the whole point: the CPU to be able to pass a few minutes, say 2 or 3, with these exhausting settings. And I say that I would be willing to try this, for a few minutes, IF my system's temperatures will allow it. I do not think that they will allow it though - when I will be testing for 4.7GHz and with the Voltage that my CPU will require... IF temps will allow me I will surely try it!

Otherwise, for sure I will run the latest Prime with AVX etc disabled, and x264 for a few loops, and AIDA64 for a couple of hours... Not on the same day, just saying I'm willing to test with various programs.
Originally I started out just starting prime95 and moving the mouse around a few times and hitting the x. I just wanted to make sure it did not instant freeze. That way I know its close to what I need for x264 stability. I have better cooling now so 1-2 mins about what I run. If you disable AVX it will still be effective.

You see if you are way off from where u need to be on the vcore it will freeze instantly. avx on or off will still freeze or crash unless the vcore is pretty close.

oh yea as mentioned above setting at least 80% of max ram is good too but for the quick test Im talking about it dont matter much.
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Heh, try small FFTs biggrin.gif (actually, don't) 10-20c higher than Low FFTs. Crazy Haswell is crazy.

I take much of my knowledge of custom Prime95 settings from this thread: A quick and dirty guide to the custom settings

But I use almost all available RAM. So I look in Task Manager, see how much RAM is available, and enter in 15,400 for Memory to use (in MB)

Thanks for the link, I will surely check it out even though it is from 2010 and the last message is from 2013.
I edited my post above - the tests I run at stock were both 10 minutes of Small FFTs, Prime95 28.5

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Originally I started out just starting prime95 and moving the mouse around a few times and hitting the x. I just wanted to make sure it did not instant freeze. That way I know its close to what I need for x264 stability. I have better cooling now so 1-2 mins about what I run. If you disable AVX it will still be effective.

You see if you are way off from where u need to be on the vcore it will freeze instantly. avx on or off will still freeze or crash unless the vcore is pretty close.

oh yea as mentioned above setting at least 80% of max ram is good too but for the quick test Im talking about it dont matter much.

Okay, now I understand. So, AVX on or off does not play big role to VCore. Well, if my temps will allow it I will still run Prime95 28.5 at its defaults.

On AMD I used Prime95 only, this latest version. The usual test was 12 hours of bled-custom, how I call it, with 75% - 85% of total ram. I will set my ram usage to 12,5GB here, too.

Thanks a lot, guys smile.gif

ps1: what's your ambient temps right now?

ps2: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
I really feel the need to say something...
The few months I've overclocked on an AMD processor, an FX-8350, I have NEVER seen a BSOD! Never! What was happening was simple (and civilized): Prime95 was failing, so one or more cores were stopping, and back in the BIOS to change a few settings. Here, in this platform, a BSOD is like the coffee we drink in the morning! An everyday, usual, habit............

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Thanks for the link, I will surely check it out even though it is from 2010 and the last message is from 2013.
I edited my post above - the tests I run at stock were both 10 minutes of Small FFTs, Prime95 28.5
Okay, now I understand. So, AVX on or off does not play big role to VCore. Well, if my temps will allow it I will still run Prime95 28.5 at its defaults.

On AMD I used Prime95 only, this latest version. The usual test was 12 hours of bled-custom, how I call it, with 75% - 85% of total ram. I will set my ram usage to 12,5GB here, too.

Thanks a lot, guys smile.gif

ps: what's your ambient temps right now?
22c ish. The avx on or off just doesnt play a huge role because we are only talking about running test for such a short duration.
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EK Coolstream 360mm PE Rad  Gentle typhoon AP-15 X 3 Fractal Design 140mm 1000RPM X3 Fractal Design Venturi High Flow Series 140mm F... 
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Bitspower DDC Heatsink Black EK Coolstream XTC 140mm Rad EK Supremecy MX  EK FC980 Strix Water Block 
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swiftech MCP-35X EK XRES 140 DDC Top WIN 7 ULTIMATE smk link 
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Seasonic G-750  Fractal Design R5 G700s HDHOMERUN 3 TUNER CABLE CARD 
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4770k 4.5ghz @1.29v asus z87-A EVGA 4gb GTX 970 FTW 1510mhz 8000mem 1.23v Adata XPG 8GB @ 2400mhz 11-13-13-35-1 
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OCZ VERTEX 3 90GB 1tb 7200 Seagate hybrid  D5 vario Primo chill 120mm D5 Compression Res 
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i7-4790K 4.8ghz @ 1.245v Asus Maximus Hero VI 4GB Asus Strix GTX 980 Gskil Trident 2400 CL10 
Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveOptical Drive
128GB sandisk extreme SSD 2 tb Western digital media intel 530 128 gb SSD External LG BD RW 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
EK Coolstream 360mm PE Rad  Gentle typhoon AP-15 X 3 Fractal Design 140mm 1000RPM X3 Fractal Design Venturi High Flow Series 140mm F... 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Bitspower DDC Heatsink Black EK Coolstream XTC 140mm Rad EK Supremecy MX  EK FC980 Strix Water Block 
CoolingCoolingOSKeyboard
swiftech MCP-35X EK XRES 140 DDC Top WIN 7 ULTIMATE smk link 
PowerCaseMouseOther
Seasonic G-750  Fractal Design R5 G700s HDHOMERUN 3 TUNER CABLE CARD 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
4770k 4.5ghz @1.29v asus z87-A EVGA 4gb GTX 970 FTW 1510mhz 8000mem 1.23v Adata XPG 8GB @ 2400mhz 11-13-13-35-1 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingCooling
OCZ VERTEX 3 90GB 1tb 7200 Seagate hybrid  D5 vario Primo chill 120mm D5 Compression Res 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Swiftech MCR-320 XP 360mm rad Swiftech MCR-320 XP 120mm rad EK Supreme LTX Cpu block Biitspower ACX GTX 970 Water block 
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win7 64bit ultimate G13 Seasonic M211 620 watt Nzxt Guardian 
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