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prime95 doesnt mean anything buddy

as long as its stable in everything you do, its stable..

the best way ive found out if my CPU overclock is stable is run a few runs on Asus RealBench H264 runs

it will usually tell you if its stable or not.. try it out

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I will have a look at that tomorrow, I hate to admit it but I'm one of these old school prime or bust type persons.
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I will have a look at that tomorrow, I hate to admit it but I'm one of these old school prime or bust type persons.
I'm definitely in for P95 1344-1344 w/90% memory....it's not a sign of total stability, but it can get you started.
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"zero percent chance" if it is a guess?

Keep nitpicking the fateswarm nickname whenever you see it in forum. I hope it relieves your tension.

CPUs and every structure in the universe will eventually degrade no matter what.
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Of course it means something, if it crashes it's not stable. Some people want to make sure it's not going to crash under any circumstance. I can do an hour of Asus Realbench and not crash, but right when I hit start on Prime95 blend it will crash instantly on my 4770K.

I agree. A crash under any program is a crash, hence it's not 24/7 stable. That is why we have a stable of test suites / applications that we can throw at a chip. The best I can do with my i5-4670k is 4.2 @ 1.24 for 24/7. I can bench specific things for short durations at 4.6, but it's not stable by any stretch.
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as long as its stable in everything you do, its stable..

exactly.
when i was testing mine,i did wprime 32m or 1024m,is a fast way for testing for my things to do,which is gaming.and i know that my cpu wasn't stable on prime or other stuff that stresssss a lot of the cpu,cuz i knew i will not reach 100% of usage of the cpu with games.
    
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This is definetly the best howto Guide if you want to test a Haswell CPU overclock with Prime 27.9 for stability.

https://translate.google.de/translate?sl=de&tl=en&js=y&prev=_t&hl=de&ie=UTF-8&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.hardwareluxx.de%2Fcommunity%2Ff139%2Fhowto-get-my-haswell-stable-guide-und-full-custom-liste-989828.html&edit-text=


Edited by Alxx - 6/20/14 at 6:52pm
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Originally Posted by Tweakin View Post

I agree. A crash under any program is a crash, hence it's not 24/7 stable. That is why we have a stable of test suites / applications that we can throw at a chip. The best I can do with my i5-4670k is 4.2 @ 1.24 for 24/7. I can bench specific things for short durations at 4.6, but it's not stable by any stretch.
under this train of thought you are only stable passing blend prime95 v28.3.. I wanna to see how man prime95 version 27 stable overclocks can pass it.


As long as I never bsod. I mean never. Its stable. Thats according to how the pc is used. It can run any bench known, all my games and encode for hours.

Priming past 2-4 hours on haswell is just wasting the cpus life on nothing imo.
Edited by Wirerat - 6/20/14 at 7:15pm
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@error-id10t
Stock 4Ghz Cinebench run @ 8.68 Pts

Hwinfo shows vcore 1.092vcore
Max temps are 53c

4.4Ghz overclock Cinebench run @ 9.45 Pts

cpuz shows 1.239v
hwinfo at idle shows 0.780vcore
hwinfo at load shows 1.260vcore
Max temps are 65c

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I will have a look at that tomorrow, I hate to admit it but I'm one of these old school prime or bust type persons.

I was too.. until everything was failing with prime95 lol
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Your heatgun info on the mosfet heatsinks made me go on a soft research on other mosfets. It turns out almost all solutions are identical in that regard: If you go up to ~130C, then OK, you are still having most or almost all your performance, but that will be the point performance will drop and it will completely shut down after 150C-175C.

It sounds risky for surrounding components though before reaching those extreme points.
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