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post #16811 of 22010
Make 1 hours of aida64. ^^

Will test more.
post #16812 of 22010
Not sure if I'd call 1 hour of Aida 64 stable. I've gone for 3 hours and then 5 minutes later I'd get a crash and had to restart.

All depends how stable you want it to be I guess? Or what stability is worth to you... No chip is 100% stable if you think about it anyway.

Too many variables.
post #16813 of 22010
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Originally Posted by Tobe404 View Post

Not sure if I'd call 1 hour of Aida 64 stable. I've gone for 3 hours and then 5 minutes later I'd get a crash and had to restart.

All depends how stable you want it to be I guess? Or what stability is worth to you... No chip is 100% stable if you think about it anyway.

Too many variables.

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I won't say more. tongue.gif
post #16814 of 22010
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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

Ugh? biggrin.gif

I won't say more. tongue.gif

Say what you like. No skin off my nose. : P
post #16815 of 22010
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Originally Posted by Tobe404 View Post

Not sure if I'd call 1 hour of Aida 64 stable. I've gone for 3 hours and then 5 minutes later I'd get a crash and had to restart.

I generally find I need +0.03~0.05V of Cache voltage beyond AIDA64 1hour cache test. AIDA64 doesn't seem to test the ramping of cache (neither do a lot of other stress tests). These trends are pretty useful when dialling in a quick overclock.
post #16816 of 22010
1 hour is not enough i know that lol.

as in OK 1 hour is something, it`s an indication of stability if you get what i mean.
post #16817 of 22010
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Originally Posted by Desolutional View Post

I generally find I need +0.03~0.05V of Cache voltage beyond AIDA64 1hour cache test. AIDA64 doesn't seem to test the ramping of cache (neither do a lot of other stress tests). These trends are pretty useful when dialling in a quick overclock.

Yeah, funny how that works... Increasing RAM voltage by 0.015v on each stick enabled me to pass 400% on Memtest at 2600Mhz.

Always crashed at around 70% before the voltage increase, even at 2400.
Edited by Tobe404 - 2/1/16 at 7:48am
post #16818 of 22010
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Say what you like. No skin off my nose. : P

they are specifically looking at the Cache stability test... AID64 cache test is one of the only ways to isolate that subsystem. HCI memtest does a good job on cache... and ram/cache IO

sometimes rather than increasing VDIMM, CPU and PCH VCCIO voltage can stabilize ram/cache.
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post #16819 of 22010
1 to 2 hours of AIDA Cache will tell you a lot if you isolate the test. It can also fail if the memory stability is marginal enough.

As a comprehensive stress test suite however AIDA will only tell you so much on this platform
post #16820 of 22010
Hmm, I've had 4.2GHz fail me when it breezed through 6 hours of AIDA64 isolated. The best test I've found so far for cache is gaming; 1 hour of heavy gaming = cache stable.
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