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My die seems to have scratched some using liquid metal with naked delid.

I could be wrong but I think a lot of this has to do with wiping it off. It is metal chunks so if you do not wipe it off wet and carefully it will likely scratch the surface.
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This motherboard is requiring a full power off reset for changing these particular RAM timings. (Which is annoying because it beats on my water pump) Back to it,

any opinion on the best stability stressor for RAM timings? @MIXEDGREENS ??

Baby steps.

MaxMEMM first. It will crash immediately with unstable settings that still boot to desktop.
SuperPI in increasing difficulty.
Then HCi. Make sure you're 100% certain of all other setttings being correct, as it can and will throw errors due to a slightly wrong VCCIN, slightly incompatible vSA and vRing, or any other number of mismatched settings.
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Baby steps.

MaxMEMM first. It will crash immediately with unstable settings that still boot to desktop.
SuperPI in increasing difficulty.
Then HCi. Make sure you're 100% certain of all other setttings being correct, as it can and will throw errors due to a slightly wrong VCCIN, slightly incompatible vSA and vRing, or any other number of mismatched settings.

What/where is maxmemm? This is not the same as maxmem I assume?

And uh, same question for HCi, I guess.
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What/where is maxmemm? This is not the same as maxmem I assume?

And uh, same question for HCi, I guess.
Sorry I was in a hurry and combo typo+brainfarted.

http://www.maxxpi.net/pages/downloads/maxxmemsup2---preview-multi.php

MaxxMEM Multi is what I use. Latest version is older than non-multi and I have no idea if stability-related results vary. Its performance results aren't so consistent as CLP320 mentioned previously, but its a great canary in a coal mine when doing your initial tune. 20ish seconds or less and you'll know if your most recent change trashed either stability or performance.

http://hcidesign.com/memtest/

What I was just calling HCi is HCi Memtest. It's brutal. Seriously. I can not overstate its sheer unbridled brutality. It will take any delusions you might have about your overclock's stability and dash them into pieces. Use 1 instance per thread and divide your memory between said instances. If you pass an hour of it using 3/4s of your total system RAM you're pretty much good.

If I could do it all over again, I'd have waited until much, much further into my OC to start using it. Recommend starting at bone stock core and cache if you seem to have hit a wall.

I used a lot of AIDA64 memory test too, but at this point I'm all HCi Memtest.
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What/where is maxmemm? This is not the same as maxmem I assume?

And uh, same question for HCi, I guess.
Sorry I was in a hurry and combo typo+brainfarted.

http://www.maxxpi.net/pages/downloads/maxxmemsup2---preview-multi.php

MaxxMEM Multi is what I use. Latest version is older than non-multi and I have no idea if stability-related results vary. Its performance results aren't so consistent as CLP320 mentioned previously, but its a great canary in a coal mine when doing your initial tune. 20ish seconds or less and you'll know if your most recent change trashed either stability or performance.

http://hcidesign.com/memtest/

What I was just calling HCi is HCi Memtest. It's brutal. Seriously. I can not overstate its sheer unbridled brutality. It will take any delusions you might have about your overclock's stability and dash them into pieces. Use 1 instance per thread and divide your memory between said instances. If you pass an hour of it using 3/4s of your total system RAM you're pretty much good.

If I could do it all over again, I'd have waited until much, much further into my OC to start using it. Recommend starting at bone stock core and cache if you seem to have hit a wall.

I used a lot of AIDA64 memory test too, but at this point I'm all HCi Memtest.

Do you think HCi is the only still monitored by development?

I like to support the work of others, but like every system user out there, I do not want to pay for something dead, more or less.
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HCI memtest takes way too long especially if you have lots of ram.

A more thorough (and way faster) test is Google's stressapptest.

You require Linux but you can easily boot off a Linux USB stick and run it off the stick without stuffing around with your Windows installation.
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HCI memtest takes way too long especially if you have lots of ram.

A more thorough (and way faster) test is Google's stressapptest.

You require Linux but you can easily boot off a Linux USB stick and run it off the stick without stuffing around with your Windows installation.

Cool!

Do you have an off the top of your head estimate of how quickly it can pop an error compared to hci?
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Cool!

Do you have an off the top of your head estimate of how quickly it can pop an error compared to hci?

When I was testing my current build a few months ago...HCI memtest was taking hours to test 32GB.

If you run Google stressapptest for 2 hrs and it passes your pretty much good to go.

At the time I was testing my memory, my IR temp gun was actually showing that the mem sticks were reaching much higher temps with stressapptest indicating that they were being pushed harder.
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Booted my machine last night and my processor, on a custom loop, was hitting 80C! I was like '***?!' until i checked the voltages and I had somehow managed to set the core V to 1.9v...... :O

oops!
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Booted my machine last night and my processor, on a custom loop, was hitting 80C! I was like '***?!' until i checked the voltages and I had somehow managed to set the core V to 1.9v...... :O

oops!

Trying to live up to your name? tongue.gif Yikes! devil.gif
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