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Nothing wrong with OCCT large data set (tho it uses less that 1.8GB of ram). IBT will do about the same.

What do you mean OCCT is about the same as IBT?

IBT sent core temps up crazy fast and crazy high on my system whereas OCCT large data set did nothing like that. It put a heavy load on, but not the running 85c in the blink of an eye kind of load that I saw with IBT.

Maybe you mean IBT will use about the same amount of memory?
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Well after tweaking, crashing, clearing bios and all the fun stuff I finally got 4.4Ghz stable.
For 4.4Ghz I had to use 1.285v, ah love these L batch chips...lol., haven't even bothered with the cache yet, but I was able to drop my VCCSA back to 1.050v

Had a strange error with OCCT, it lost communication monitoring the bus speed, but the test continued for another hour, didn't do it on the second run, but as you'll see in the screenshot I was running HWiNFO as well, maybe there was a conflict with both apps trying to monitor everything.
I'm guessing temps are fine at a max of 71c?

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Since moving to 32GB it's been pretty much a breeze tuning in 2800, however it seems one of my sticks has decided it doesn't like playing ball at the given voltage and timings. To the point the difference between subsequent POST the settings throw errors almost immediately. I do not like it when drift occurs seemingly out of nowhere. As a result I've raised write latency and tRRD in an effort to cull it, and have since to reproduce it.

Drama, we love it.
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Drama, we love it.

I know it sucks, but it also makes us feel better that we aren't the only ones experiencing drama's,
even the more experenced overclockers do too.. biggrin.gif
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I know it sucks, but it also makes us feel better that we aren't the only ones experiencing drama's,
even the more experenced overclockers do too.. biggrin.gif


Memory is something that takes reading comprehension before it's possible to begin to understand cause and effect. Couple that with impedance, jitter and understanding what is happening at an electrical level rule of thumb for memory overclocking for me is more volts or back off. When trying to dial these things in, a little more knowledge than is needed can be more dangerous - at least compared with-actually knowing tongue.gif.
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Memory is something that takes reading comprehension before it's possible to begin to understand cause and effect. Couple that with impedance, jitter and understanding what is happening at an electrical level rule of thumb for memory overclocking for me is more volts or back off. When trying to dial these things in, a little more knowledge than is needed can be more dangerous - at least compared with-actually knowing tongue.gif.

Won't lie, but the complete in's and outs of memory timings and tweaking is still new to me, I've read enough, but not enough to say I know or to give advice about it biggrin.gif
It's like that friend you show how to use malware bytes then he thinks he's an expert in virus removal and does it for other people just to stuff up their machines wink.gif


What I don't understand is why the heck are my idle temps 5c lower at 4.4Ghz@1.285v compared to 4.2Ghz@1.2v, heck the load temps are nearly the same.
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It's useless to test memory/cache stability and good for cores OC right ? I see OCCT need + 0.03v over stable gaming/XTU/Asus RB voltage

P95 27.9 1344k-1344k need same voltage as OCCT large data set to me.But i prefer OCCT.
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Won't lie, but the complete in's and outs of memory timings and tweaking is still new to me, I've read enough, but not enough to say I know or to give advice about it biggrin.gif
It's like that friend you show how to use malware bytes then he thinks he's an expert in virus removal and does it for other people just to stuff up their machines wink.gif


What I don't understand is why the heck are my idle temps 5c lower at 4.4Ghz@1.285v compared to 4.2Ghz@1.2v, heck the load temps are nearly the same.

Although there are people who won't admit it - most users will be on a relatively level playing field when it comes to memory, only speaking from their own experience - myself included
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It's useless to test memory/cache stability and good for cores OC right ? I see OCCT need + 0.03v over stable gaming/XTU/Asus RB voltage
Sure it's a good stress test for the CPU. A bit hard on an 8 core, but still more manageable than p95 IMO.
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What do you mean OCCT is about the same as IBT?
IBT sent core temps up crazy fast and crazy high on my system whereas OCCT large data set did nothing like that. It put a heavy load on, but not the running 85c in the blink of an eye kind of load that I saw with IBT.
Maybe you mean IBT will use about the same amount of memory?
Been a while since I had to stress this 5960X, but my recollection is that OCCT has a somewhat lower max watts draw than IBT... so you are probably right.
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Although there are people who won't admit it - most users will be on a relatively level playing field when it comes to memory, only speaking from their own experience - myself included
Nah, I'll admit it - I failed the 'Ram tuning for dummies" quiz. It's a complete empirical event for me... very Edisonian.
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Sure it's a good stress test for the CPU. A bit hard on an 8 core, but still more manageable than p95 IMO.
Been a while since I had to stress this 5960X, but my recollection is that OCCT has a somewhat lower max watts draw than IBT... so you are probably right.
Nah, I'll admit it - I failed the 'Ram tuning for dummies" quiz. It's a complete empirical event for me... very Edisonian.


Of course you'd admit it. You're fluffy. Wasn't aimed at anyone in here in particular tongue.gif
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