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Originally Posted by GRABibus View Post

When I built my rig with i7-5930K some months ago, I first tested stability only with Realbench and Aida.
When I first tested with OCCT "Large Data Set" some weeks ago, I was surprised to get errors in a few seconds, even with hours of RealBench and Aida without errors.

OCCT "Large Data Set" is really a good test for rock stable stability and without insane températures as Prime95 v28.xx.

For my overclocks, I do 2 tests now :
OCCT "Large Data Test" 12 hours
HCI MemTest 12 hours (12 instances for a 6-Cores CPU)

I don't use anymore neither RealBench neither Aida.

Any good overclocking routine will involve a variety of suites. However, some users may pass the former tests in your post and never encounter instability within their daily regimen.
post #19452 of 22164
I ran realbench last night.. boy nothing seems "stable". Crash after 15 minutes or the computer just turns off.
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I ran realbench last night.. boy nothing seems "stable". Crash after 15 minutes or the computer just turns off.


http://www.overclock.net/t/1510328/asus-x99-motherboard-series-official-support-thread-north-american-users-only/0_40

Have a look at the guides available here
post #19454 of 22164
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Originally Posted by Praz View Post

Hello

It is doubtful that the setup conditions were identical. Both cache and CPU speeds show to be different. Another point of discrepancy when pushing memory limits of Haswell-E is background error correction.

Hello,

If you look carefully to L1/L2/L3 cache results, you'll see that they are ~the same on both screens. C1E is enabled that's all wink.gif
Ripjaws 5 3200 cas16 bench was made with 1701 bios.

I rolled back to 1701 bios and this is better but still a bit behind Ripjaws 5 cas 16.



Timings for Trident Z are on manual. XMP mode is really hard for the boot to success with all dimms enabled.
No problem with 2101 bios.

I guess this is due to the fact that in manual, Secondary timings are left on auto and motherboard loose them to make the boot possible (?)

VCCSA : 1.03v
vdimm : 1.4v and 1.37 eventual
vccin : 1.92 (LLC6)
vcore : 1.23 load
vcache : 1.19
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Originally Posted by Kimir View Post

Tighten those secondaries on the TZ and they will fly. rolleyes.gif

Except of tRFC and tREFI, I'm not sure what secondary timings are the most significant to improve memory bandwith on X99.

ps - are you on HFR? wink.gif
post #19455 of 22164
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I ran realbench last night.. boy nothing seems "stable". Crash after 15 minutes or the computer just turns off.

Do you have enough PSU for components? I have had a smattering of various crashes, reboots, and freezes with HWE, but never a straight shut down. You might switch to X265 or X264 to isolate the CPU. Realbench and x264 have essential the same CPU workload. If you are solid with x264, then it's time to look at other parts of the system to see why the shutdowns occur.
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I have my ASUS X99-Deluxe II since 10 days.
I finallly stabilized an overclock as followed :
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
BIOS 0601
Bclk = 100MHz
CPU core => 45 => 4.5GHz
CPU cache min/max => 45 => 4.5GHz
RAM => 3200MHz
15-16-16-36-250-1T
Vcore=1,17V
Vcache=1,2V
Vccin=1,8V
Vdimm=1,35V
CPU System Agent Voltage offset Mode sign : +0.24V offset => Vccsa=1.05V
PCH Core Voltage=1,05V
PCH I/O Voltage=1,5V
Vccio CPU 1,05V Voltage=1,1V
Vccio PCH 1,05V Voltage=1,05V
Intel C-State => Enabled
EIST => Enabled
Mode Turbo => Enabled
PLL internal voltage => Disabled
LLC => Auto
CPU spread spectrum => Auto

I am stable 12 hours OCCT 4.4.2 "Large Data Set" test and HCI MemTest 12 threads / 1024MB each thread 12 hours.




Very good 5930K, batch J i guess ?
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post #19457 of 22164
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Do you have enough PSU for components? I have had a smattering of various crashes, reboots, and freezes with HWE, but never a straight shut down. You might switch to X265 or X264 to isolate the CPU. Realbench and x264 have essential the same CPU workload. If you are solid with x264, then it's time to look at other parts of the system to see why the shutdowns occur.

Well not complete shut down, computer turns off and restarts. PSU is a Corsair AXi1200. Lol I've replaced almost everything in the last 6 months, lets hope its not a psu issue.
post #19458 of 22164
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Originally Posted by Dr Mad View Post

Hello,

If you look carefully to L1/L2/L3 cache results, you'll see that they are ~the same on both screens. C1E is enabled that's all wink.gif
Ripjaws 5 3200 cas16 bench was made with 1701 bios.

I rolled back to 1701 bios and this is better but still a bit behind Ripjaws 5 cas 16.



Timings for Trident Z are on manual. XMP mode is really hard for the boot to success with all dimms enabled.
No problem with 2101 bios.

I guess this is due to the fact that in manual, Secondary timings are left on auto and motherboard loose them to make the boot possible (?)

VCCSA : 1.03v
vdimm : 1.4v and 1.37 eventual
vccin : 1.92 (LLC6)
vcore : 1.23 load
vcache : 1.19
Except of tRFC and tREFI, I'm not sure what secondary timings are the most significant to improve memory bandwith on X99.

ps - are you on HFR? wink.gif

enter bios, nav to the Dram Timings page. Open the built-in timings menu. Scroll down to Samsung 4x8GB 3200 @ 1.5V. Load this and then adjust the primary timings to what you have in the pic above. It may require 25mV or more vDIMM... but that's fine. DDR4 is very comfortable in the 1.4V to 1.475V range (and even higher with good air flow). I'm running 1.475V training volts and 1.45V Eventual. Dimm temps are never above 38C during ram stress testing (with 64GB, 8x8GB at 3400c14)
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enter bios, nav to the Dram Timings page. Open the built-in timings menu. Scroll down to Samsung 4x8GB 3200 @ 1.5V. Load this and then adjust the primary timings to what you have in the pic above. It may require 25mV or more vDIMM... but that's fine. DDR4 is very comfortable in the 1.4V to 1.475V range (and even higher with good air flow). I'm running 1.475V training volts and 1.45V Eventual. Dimm temps are never above 38C during ram stress testing (with 64GB, 8x8GB at 3400c14)

Which dimms do you have? You must have tons of air flow going over them. My 8x8GB's under stress app can get well in the mid-high 40's with my 24/7 airflow config at just 1.35V.
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Which dimms do you have? You must have tons of air flow going over them. My 8x8GB's under stress app can get well in the mid-high 40's with my 24/7 airflow config at just 1.35V.

TZ 8x8GB 3200c14s at 3400c14 with 1.45V. How are you measuring the temperature during GSAT? With HCi, AID64 reads the internal DTS, and with an IR gun I see 1-2C lower vs the DTS. (they are on an open bench tho).
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