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That's perfectly fine for 24/7 use, assuming that was OCCT.
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That's perfectly fine for 24/7 use, assuming that was OCCT.
Occt yes

Realbench target 8 hours today
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My system pass realbench, 8 hours


Ambient slightly higher than normal

Temps seem normal or?

4.3GHz @1.295v adaptive
Cache stock

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Temps are fine. Now use it normally! thumb.gif

Of course if you want to do a bit more experimenting, you can try pushing cache voltage up to 1.20V and finding how high a cache frequency you can use before freezing. Usually lowering the multiplier by 2 after freezing will ensure rough stability (if the Windows boot process freezes with the spinning circle thing, then lower by 3). Best test for cache I've found is OCCT or h.265, AIDA64 never seemed to cut it for me. As long as you aren't doing file IO, freezing due to cache is perfectly safe. Basically when testing cache, don't mess about with any files, just boot Windows and open OCCT, RB, Handbrake, etc.
Edited by Desolutional - 8/31/16 at 3:23pm
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Temps are fine. Now use it normally! thumb.gif

Of course if you want to do a bit more experimenting, you can try pushing cache voltage up to 1.20V and finding how high a cache frequency you can use before freezing. Usually lowering the multiplier by 2 after freezing will ensure rough stability (if the Windows boot process freezes with the spinning circle thing, then lower by 3). Best test for cache I've found is OCCT or h.265, AIDA64 never seemed to cut it for me. As long as you aren't doing file IO, freezing due to cache is perfectly safe. Basically when testing cache, don't mess about with any files, just boot Windows and open OCCT, RB, Handbrake, etc.

I have found my Cache is stable at about 400mhz less than the CPU Mhz at reasonable voltage like 1.2 but will go higher if the voltages are higher
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Temps are fine. Now use it normally! thumb.gif

Of course if you want to do a bit more experimenting, you can try pushing cache voltage up to 1.20V and finding how high a cache frequency you can use before freezing. Usually lowering the multiplier by 2 after freezing will ensure rough stability (if the Windows boot process freezes with the spinning circle thing, then lower by 3). Best test for cache I've found is OCCT or h.265, AIDA64 never seemed to cut it for me. As long as you aren't doing file IO, freezing due to cache is perfectly safe. Basically when testing cache, don't mess about with any files, just boot Windows and open OCCT, RB, Handbrake, etc.


add voltage to cpu cache would probably explode the cpu thermal limit though :|


I use OCCT and realbench for 8+ hours to ensure stability
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add voltage to cpu cache would probably explode the cpu thermal limit though :|


I use OCCT and realbench for 8+ hours to ensure stability

If you are OCCT stable (Many Hours of large data set), it is useless to Run RB.
OCCT is tougher to pass.
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If you are OCCT stable (Many Hours of large data set), it is useless to Run RB.
OCCT is tougher to pass.

CPU OCCT
Large data set
Automatic 12 threads
64 bit
Infinite (8 hours)

Correct settings?






Does RB have any advantage over OCCT?
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add voltage to cpu cache would probably explode the cpu thermal limit though :|

Cache is a segment, layered of little itty bits of superfast RAM (real fast memory). Increasing the voltage has neglibgle effect on Haswell-E, but voltage should still be kept under 1.20V for longevity.

Also I wouldn't recommend more than 6 hours of OCCT. That'll pretty much all but iron out stability issues with VCCIN, Vcore and Vring. It won't focus as hard on RAM as GSAT however.
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Cache is a segment, layered of little itty bits of superfast RAM (real fast memory). Increasing the voltage has neglibgle effect on Haswell-E, but voltage should still be kept under 1.20V for longevity.

Also I wouldn't recommend more than 6 hours of OCCT. That'll pretty much all but iron out stability issues with VCCIN, Vcore and Vring. It won't focus as hard on RAM as GSAT however.

Ok, I will target 6h occt from now on.

I can seem to find GSAT stress test though?
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