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I get what you're saying, I think with running Prime95 allowed me to dial in the other voltage around CPU/Cache/Ram, in increase stability.

Like I said in the previous post, when I was running x256 Benchmark I would get big differences in FPS with the 2 instances, now they (when I don't get the 0xc000025 errors due to Windows 10) I can the exact same numbers.
So I set all my previous overclock settings minus the tweaked, VCCIN, VCCIO, Vdroop and am able to run at CPU 4.3Ghz@1.2v, Cache 1.06v again.
Temps are all the same, benchmarking higher than before.

This is the 4.3Ghz pass of x265:



Will try my best to tweak the VCCSA again later, and get it lower than the 1.15v the Auto uses, will run stressapptest as well..
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Originally Posted by schoolofmonkey View Post

Ok I've had everything running smoothly for a few days.
But today after reading the last 2 post I thought, hmm I'll give Prime95 a 1 minute run.
To my mistake I used 28.7, but to my surprise my system hung within 30 seconds, it's passed every other test we use, but not 30 seconds of Prime95 28.7.

So does that mean my system isn't truly stable?


Update:
This is what was needed to pass 1 test, CPU was at 4.2Ghz, VCCSA was at XMP defaults (+0.36v offset),
I usually consider getting that far into Prime95 28.7 stable..lol:

Having run avx heavy stress testers a bit, I'm not at all surprised by that, IBT runs killer hot too. The screenshot shows 185W for prime95, i'm curious, what does peak power look like for on your system for x265?
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Having run avx heavy stress testers a bit, I'm not at all surprised by that, IBT runs killer hot too. The screenshot shows 185W for prime95, i'm curious, what does peak power look like for on your system for x265?

Peak power for x265 Benchmark with the settings in the previous picture is 144w.

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Peak power for x265 Benchmark with the settings in the previous picture is 144w.

And there you have it, 185w for prime95 vs 144w for x265. That is such a HUGE difference.
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And there you have it, 185w for prime95 vs 144w for x265. That is such a HUGE difference.

Hope that puts a visual on things for people wanting to stress test with Prime95 28.7 lol
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Originally Posted by schoolofmonkey View Post

Ok I've had everything running smoothly for a few days.
But today after reading the last 2 post I thought, hmm I'll give Prime95 a 1 minute run.
To my mistake I used 28.7, but to my surprise my system hung within 30 seconds, it's passed every other test we use, but not 30 seconds of Prime95 28.7.
So does that mean my system isn't truly stable?
Update:
This is what was needed to pass 1 test, CPU was at 4.2Ghz, VCCSA was at XMP defaults (+0.36v offset),
I usually consider getting that far into Prime95 28.7 stable..lol: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
But in saying that look at the consistent numbers in x265 Benchmark.
I can get these every time now, where before they was a 5 - 10fps difference each instance. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
NO! it means that it's not set to feed the unrealistic voltage/current that hammering the FPU with AVX2 demands - an unrealistic expectation for any application ... except p95. As you said, you have not experienced any issues at your current settings. And as blameless said, If you insist on setting p95 as a hurdle, drop 2 multi on a 6 core and 3+ ON AN 8 CORE CPU. IMO - p95 stability is an academic endeavor for a gaming, office or home office rig. Heck - F@H is easily rock stable with x264/5 stability.
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And there you have it, 185w for prime95 vs 144w for x265. That is such a HUGE difference.
Run AID64 FPU VP8, Julia and Mandel if you want a high current test that better replicates anything you might see outside of prime impacting the FPU. or OCCT, or true linpac.
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Hey Guys,

Could really some some help.

Today I started my new build:

x99 MSI Godlike Gaming
5960x w/ h100i GT (hooked up the way corsair tells you too)
4GB DDR4 2400
Titan X
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I go to put initially and I am getting an error code of 00

I have never experienced this.

I tried reseating the ram, video card, power plugs etc, and nothing seems to work. 1 question I do have is for the JPWR1 / 2 / 3 I wasn't accustomed to using JPWR3 befire, but I am using 2 of the 8 pin connectors from the PSU 1 plugged in, and 1 split to make the 4 pin, (in addition to the 24)

1 Very strange thing I can't figure out is that the System Fans when plugged into the MOBO will not turn on. I tried plugging the System Fans into the spare CPU fan slot and it fires up, but no action in the system fan slot.

So whatever is causing the issue seems to be effecting system fan power and a 00 issue.

Would be eternally grateful for some help with this!

Thanks
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Hey Guys,

Could really some some help.

Today I started my new build:

x99 MSI Godlike Gaming
5960x w/ h100i GT (hooked up the way corsair tells you too)
4GB DDR4 2400
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Corsair AX 1200i

I go to put initially and I am getting an error code of 00

I have never experienced this.

I tried reseating the ram, video card, power plugs etc, and nothing seems to work. 1 question I do have is for the JPWR1 / 2 / 3 I wasn't accustomed to using JPWR3 befire, but I am using 2 of the 8 pin connectors from the PSU 1 plugged in, and 1 split to make the 4 pin, (in addition to the 24)

1 Very strange thing I can't figure out is that the System Fans when plugged into the MOBO will not turn on. I tried plugging the System Fans into the spare CPU fan slot and it fires up, but no action in the system fan slot.

So whatever is causing the issue seems to be effecting system fan power and a 00 issue.

Would be eternally grateful for some help with this!

Thanks

lol - try praying to it. jking (eternally grateful and all that) .... I know that happening is a gill flapper on first boot. Did you check the MB before assembly?

eitherr the socket pins are bent, the cooler is overtightened, there's a short to the chassis, or the cpu is dead. try loosening the cpu cooler a bit first.
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NO! it means that it's not set to feed the unrealistic voltage/current that hammering the FPU with AVX2 demands - an unrealistic expectation for any application ... except p95. As you said, you have not experienced any issues at your current settings. And as blameless said, If you insist on setting p95 as a hurdle, drop 2 multi on a 6 core and 3+ ON AN 8 CORE CPU. IMO - p95 stability is an academic endeavor for a gaming, office or home office rig. Heck - F@H is easily rock stable with x264/5 stability.
Run AID64 FPU VP8, Julia and Mandel if you want a high current test that better replicates anything you might see outside of prime impacting the FPU. or OCCT, or true linpac.

Yeah well everything is back to normal, the tweaking of the VCCIN and a few other voltages helped a lot with x265 Benchmark as you saw.
VCCIN Bios=1.940v, idle 1.920 - 1.930v, Stressing 1.904v
Vdroop at 95%
VCCIO was set to 1.060v default is 1.050v (should I leave it or change it back to Auto?)
CPU 4.3Ghz@1.190v offset +0.005v
Cache 3.3Ghz@1.060v offset +0.001
Ram is 1.3v "tweaked from Memory try it!"
VCCSA hasn't been fiddle with yet will get to it soon, I've been out food shopping with the wife biggrin.gif


Update:
Dropped the VCCSA back to the 1.050v setting I had before (left everything else the same)
Got an inconsistent fps like I was before using Auto VCCSA, oh and a lower score:

VCCSA 1.050v


VCCSA Auto (1.15v):

Edited by schoolofmonkey - 11/2/15 at 7:34pm
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Hey guys, just wondering what sort of an OC is should expect out of my 5930k on a Gigabyte X99m Gaming5?
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