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post #16761 of 22016
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I get 185W consumption in AIDA64 with all 3 CPU, FPU, Cache boxes ticked, with the FIVR reporting I'm using 187W. That's with a hexcore however, so it'll be different for you I guess. 1.24V Vcore and 1.23V cache. FIVR doesn't seem to become inaccurate if VCCIN is changed neither.

I get about that much too....180w max with 1.2v Vcore and 1.1v Cache...hexacore.
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post #16762 of 22016
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Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Download this: http://www.linuxmint.com/edition.php?id=190
Download this: https://rufus.akeo.ie/downloads/rufus-2.6.exe
Purchase a USB flash drive and use Rufus to make it a Linux Drive.
Boot into Linux, connect to the internet and open a "Terminal" (Ctrl+Alt+T).
Type in "sudo apt-get update".
Type in "sudo apt-get install stressapptest".
Then finally type in "stressapptest -W -s 3600" and let that run until it finishes. If you get a random reboot before then, reduce DRAM frequency, or increase latency and try again. If you get reboots at 2133MHz, revert to stock and try again.

I can't be buggered setting up Linux so I'm just running 12 instances of MemTest at the moment using 90 - 95% of my RAM. See how we go. This is at 2400. Thanks though.

Edit: Strangely enough it's put 100% strain on the CPU too...
Edited by Tobe404 - 1/31/16 at 5:43am
post #16763 of 22016
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I can't be buggered setting up Linux so I'm just running 12 instances of MemTest at the moment using 90 - 95% of my RAM. See how we go. This is at 2400. Thanks though.

IIRC 400% is a good mark to hit in memtest, but really you only need to run the Linux off the flash drive; if it saves you all the more hassle it might be worth it. GSAT isolates RAM, and memtest stresses cache a little more I think.
post #16764 of 22016
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IIRC 400% is a good mark to hit in memtest, but really you only need to run the Linux off the flash drive; if it saves you all the more hassle it might be worth it. GSAT isolates RAM, and memtest stresses cache a little more I think.

Damn. Failed (PC lock up, had to reboot) at about the 70% mark. This was at 2400 manual though.
I'll try 2400 in XMP mode which is how it was when I first got it and see if that passes.

Could all just be that my CPU voltage is too low as well though mind you.

Edit: with the RAM at 2400 in XMP mode it passed 200%. But it's late. I need sleep. Appreciate all the help.
Edited by Tobe404 - 1/31/16 at 7:38am
post #16765 of 22016
Here are my powers via PSU first is input second is output.... 4.2GHz @ 1.122V load, 1.132V idle, 4GHz Cache @ 1.1V

IDLE (all power saving futures on...)





LOAD



So system at idle consumes ~72W, and at CPU load 212W.
Edited by Associated - 1/31/16 at 7:02am
post #16766 of 22016
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I mean, sure we get the same value in AID64... but I can;t believe it's correct. Once this work unit finishes, I'll put the killawattt in-line and and see what it says for 0-100% load for the cpu.
My reading was not on Aida, but at the wall, I have 2 killawatt like on my table, one on the SMA8 only and the second on the whole setup (bench rig, panda rig, the 2 display and audio etc). I took the measurement after shutting down the SMA8.
Did the math between IDLE and LOAD and I ended up with 230-240w during Aida.
I have another watt meter that I could plug on the bench table alone to check again.
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post #16767 of 22016
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My reading was not on Aida, but at the wall, I have 2 killawatt like on my table, one on the SMA8 only and the second on the whole setup (bench rig, panda rig, the 2 display and audio etc). I took the measurement after shutting down the SMA8.
Did the math between IDLE and LOAD and I ended up with 230-240w during Aida.
I have another watt meter that I could plug on the bench table alone to check again.

Perfect! So... looks like AID64 is pretty close. Now... will this rig remain stable with CPUSVID Enabled - hasn't in the past, but new bios and microcode since then.
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post #16768 of 22016
I've never had SVID bring me any instability, the FIVR is fantastic. But you're clocking higher than me with a octacore CPU. I've used the same VCCIN for both FIVR and mobo, SVID on, off.
post #16769 of 22016
The CPU SVID is the thing named CPU Integrated VR Fault Management in the R5E UEFI?
I've that disabled from the start, I'll try enabling it and see... but next week I've got a new TZ kit coming and folding war starting, I don't really want to mess with the UEFI right now lol.
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post #16770 of 22016
Would 4600 1.272V be to much for 24/7 considering my temps? Temps under folding nacl is max 78¤C. Very hot indeed. :O
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