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I stress test with P95 28.7 in ~35C ambients and my sig system could encode for dozens of hours on end in ambient temperatures that would kill me.

The system needs to be able to do what I leave it to do if AC fails in the summer and I am not around to do anything about it for days or weeks at a time. If I am gone for all of August and I have 300 hours of encoding queued up, I expect to come back and see them all finished, without error, even if the AC crapped out five minutes after I left and it was 105F in my computer room the entire time.

If I lived in Death Valley, I'd figure out what my worst case ambients could ever be, and I'd test in those. I'd probably need another 25% margin in my PSU and I'd likely have to knock 200MHz off my OC, as well as work some redundancy in to my cooling (pump in this AIO is a single point of failure I don't like) but I could get consumer parts to work reliably in ~50C ambients, while appreciably OCed.

I don't have those kind of environmental hardening requirements for my gaming rig. If it's too hot in my house, I'm going to leave and go swimming or to a movie or something and I have no reason to leave my PC on to boil an ocean of bits. I very willingly give up the ability for it to function in such harsh conditions for an extra 300Mhz in nominal conditions.
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Hello,

Recently oc'd my 5820k and it's currently at 4.5ghz at around 1.26vcore*, I've ran Asus Realbench benchmark for 5 continuous runs twice and ran the stress testing side for around 45 minutes with no errors.

Would you fellas consider this as stable or should I carry on?
http://valid.x86.fr/giujfj

I wouldn't suggest taking it to hell and back, but I'd say run it thru a few other stess testers before calling it soup, different testers pick on different things.
- OCCT
- x265 bench
- GSAT
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- p95 (with avx disabled or an older pre-avx version of p95)
My oc had a more difficult time with occt than some of the others.
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358.50 WHQL with shadowplay off thumb.gif

make sure punkbuster updated to the latest version + the directX file in bf4 folder installed thumb.gif

Thanks.. I've been going at it all morning... formatted all my ssd's and installed windows 8. I was getting constant freezes but after getting the ASRock drivers + Intel RST drivers it seems to have slowed down. I'm finishing downloading the new update on BF4 and i'll give it a try again...

Every time my rig would freeze... I'd notice a "rainbow" blotted title bar on the top of my screen. I haven't touched any hardware so i'm really hoping I have a driver/software issue because I don't know what the culprit could be.

Turned the OC off yesterday when bf4 community ops started freezing, and stock it was the same deal.... I doubt I fried my cpu with a 1.18 4.2 OC for a few hours. Ugh.

Maybe I didn't pick the best mobo? (rig in sig)
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is there a reason why most people use HwBot 265 benchmark here?
is it good to test for stability/temperature? or you use it just to see the performance?
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Thanks.. I've been going at it all morning... formatted all my ssd's and installed windows 8. I was getting constant freezes but after getting the ASRock drivers + Intel RST drivers it seems to have slowed down. I'm finishing downloading the new update on BF4 and i'll give it a try again...

Every time my rig would freeze... I'd notice a "rainbow" blotted title bar on the top of my screen. I haven't touched any hardware so i'm really hoping I have a driver/software issue because I don't know what the culprit could be.

Turned the OC off yesterday when bf4 community ops started freezing, and stock it was the same deal.... I doubt I fried my cpu with a 1.18 4.2 OC for a few hours. Ugh.

Maybe I didn't pick the best mobo? (rig in sig)

hmmm are you sure you have no stability issue with IMC ? drop the memory to 2133 and test again .. anyway i have this problem before freeze I just change all sata cable and its gone sound crazy but no idea rolleyes.gif
    
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Hi everyone. New to this club and, well, been about ten years since I have used Intel, and it's really really really good to be back on board.

I own the 5820k at the moment running on a MSI X99A SLI Krait Edition motherboard with 32GB (4x8) Mushkin Blackline Enhanced RAM running at 2666 MHz. My CPU is currently overclocked to 4.5 GHZ using an Uncore of 3100 MHz. Current and very stable (20 runs IBT AVX maximum) core voltage is 1.238v. This is with LLC at, damn it's not 75% but not 100%, please forgive me because I have gone through a lot of trial and error and research out the wazoo before I even attempted the overclock, having come from AMD for so long...

I want to say it's 90%, either way, at 4.5GHz this thing runs like a champ. I built a custom liquid cooling loop in a Storm Trooper case consisting of two Alphacool 240mm x 80mm Monsta radiators, a Swiftech MCP 655 PWM, and an EK Supremacy EVO CPU water block.

I believe right now I have my uncore (ring) voltage set to 1.1-ish, honestly again this is being typed off of my head, I don't yet have screenshots of BIOS to refer to. The RAM is out of the box 2800MHz, but at 2666MHz I upped the voltage a hair from stock 1.2 to about 1.23 just to help it along. I am NOT using ANY Adaptive voltages, everything is + offset by .01 and I believe my ring voltage offset I set to + .001 to be safe. My VCCIN is set at 1.9v right now but I am going to experiment with 1.85 and see if I can remain stable.

Now, to me, 1.238 Vcore at 4.5GHz is pretty good. My problem is, I want to hit 4.6GHz, we all know the itch. I am very close to 1.3 volts, uncomfortably close, 1.29 volts, and STILL not stable at 4.6GHz. Granted I am under liquid and it's not an all in one and my temperatures when running OCCT and IBT never reach over 73 Celsius on my hottest core, I question the sanity and validity of raising the Vcore to 1.30 or higher to gain 100MHz per core.

I am not changing any uncore frequency when I attempt 4.6, and I am not changing anything else literally but vcore. I am looking for opinions here. Again, I have not worked with Pentium for quite some time and honestly I don't want to go overboard with vcore as I don't want to hinder the overall lifespan of the CPU. I am quite happy with the stability at 4.5GHz, but if there's something I can do differently rather than just beat the crap out of vcore in order to get this to 4.6GHz, I'd love to hear it.

Here's some pics in the spoiler just to show this little beast off...very very very very happy to be back with Intel/Pentium, did I already mention that? smile.gif
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Now, to me, 1.238 Vcore at 4.5GHz is pretty good. My problem is, I want to hit 4.6GHz, we all know the itch. I am very close to 1.3 volts, uncomfortably close, 1.29 volts, and STILL not stable at 4.6GHz. Granted I am under liquid and it's not an all in one and my temperatures when running OCCT and IBT never reach over 73 Celsius on my hottest core, I question the sanity and validity of raising the Vcore to 1.30 or higher to gain 100MHz per core.

Looks like you're hitting the voltage wall (exponential increase in voltage needed to stabilise a bump in frequency). You could try and push VCCIN up to 2.00V (assuming VCCIN Vdroop under max load is ~40mV) and try again, otherwise I'd focus on trying to bump up cache frequency a little (no O.C. socket so your mileage will be extremely limited). Also IIRC, 1.10V uncore/ring voltage is quite high for stock cache clocks. You can also afford to push RAM voltage up to 1.4V with no worry, as long as your case has even the slightest of ventilation. Start off with 1.35V and see how far you can go with that.

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Oh, forgot to update about the G.Skill kit. So yeah, did a 7z compression with an old 2400MHz 14-16-16-38 CR2 1.35V kit and got an average of 9:48 compression time. Did around 15 odd runs with a LiveUSB Linux Mint drive, so that was 15 times doing apt-get stresstestapp, got real boring.

With this new 3200MHz kit, with 15-17-18-42 CR1 1.40V kit, got a new compression time averaged to 9:33, so that's a saving of 15 seconds, i.e. ~2-3% improvement, all other factors being equal. Simple settings, with an XMP profile set and no tuning of secondary and tertiary timings. I guess with a little time and effort put into tuning 2' and 3' timings, I can eek a little more out. Need a little bit of advice for them 2' and 3' timings, jpm.
Edited by Desolutional - 10/28/15 at 5:16pm
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Oh, forgot to update about the G.Skill kit. So yeah, did a 7z compression with an old 2400MHz 14-16-16-38 CR2 1.35V kit and got an average of 9:48 compression time.

With this new 3200MHz kit, with 15-17-18-42 CR1 1.40V kit, got a new compression time averaged to 9:33, so that's a saving of 15 seconds, i.e. ~2-3% improvement, all other factors being equal. Simple settings, with an XMP profile set and no tuning of secondary and tertiary timings. I guess with a little time and effort put into tuning 2' and 3' timings, I can eek a little more out. Need a little bit of advice for them 2' and 3' timings, jpm.
lol - Is that the 32GB kit? Easiest way forward with 2nds and 3rds would be to load a preset- just for those timings and set the primaries where you have them stable. But you need a ROG MB to get presets. IMO, tRTP - lower this step wise, most kits can do 4; then tFAW - should be no lower that x4 tRTP... expect +50mV or more for the combo. Once you have those three. I'm pretty sure that GS kit is Samsung? (check aid64 "SPD" tab). once you have tRTP lowered, set tRAS to CAS+tRTP+tRCD (+/-2) to avoid having the MB correct a timing error (which we cannot see the subed value!).
I have hynix on the x99, so sharing presets from that rig's 3200 settings would not work with the ram that's in there. I think scone and cookie have samsung?
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I updated my bios and forgot that it resets all the settings...
Anyway I got most everything working, but I can't get 30x on cache or 1T on my ram anymore. What is a common vcssa? I got it to boot once at those settings but it didn't after an ac cycle. Oh and my cinebench score dropped by 100 points...

EDIT: Nevermind about the cinebench, stupid geforce experience in the background taking up 10% cpu...
Ram went from 1t to 2t and uncore from 30 to 29. Changelog said improved stability. I guess Asus made it harder to pass boot tests and settings that were supposedly stable before actually weren't.
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Here's some pics in the spoiler just to show this little beast off...very very very very happy to be back with Intel/Pentium, did I already mention that? smile.gif
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Very nice little beast you have there, cool case smile.gif
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lol - Is that the 32GB kit? Easiest way forward with 2nds and 3rds would be to load a preset- just for those timings and set the primaries where you have them stable. But you need a ROG MB to get presets. IMO, tRTP - lower this step wise, most kits can do 4; then tFAW - should be no lower that x4 tRTP... expect +50mV or more for the combo. Once you have those three. I'm pretty sure that GS kit is Samsung? (check aid64 "SPD" tab). once you have tRTP lowered, set tRAS to CAS+tRTP+tRCD (+/-2) to avoid having the MB correct a timing error (which we cannot see the subed value!).
I have hynix on the x99, so sharing presets from that rig's 3200 settings would not work with the ram that's in there. I think scone and cookie have samsung?

Yep, it's the most recent G.Skill kit they announced a while back - the Trident Z. Dual ranked Sammies. Got the primaries as low as they'll go with 1.4V, pushing anything down just brings up a plethora of stressapptest errors. Never gone above 1.4V yet, and these modules have temp. sensors too. Not too sure how well these ICs scale with voltage. This is what I got so far:


Edited by Desolutional - 10/28/15 at 8:20pm
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