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Later on tonight if i get a chance I'll post my settings. I used sofos gigabyte guide and ran just 4ghz.. and failed after 15 minutes of realbench stress test. But i saw that i might need to disable my second gpu. Could or would that cause an issue? My blue screen say Bad pool caller..

Edit: and sorry for being such a pita! Please and thank you for the help.

You shouldn't need to disable the 2nd gpu, but you do need to disable SLI.

Which is one of the main reasons I have abandoned Realbench in my testing regimen. Too many ways to get false positives/crashes, and NOT having false positives is IMO the first and foremost purpose of a stability test program. Not to mention, if I can't test with SLI enabled, I'm not testing with my 24/7 configuration, which eliminates the whole point. Otherwise I might as well just test with the games that I play. Of course, when I crash with games, I can't be sure if it's instability or buggy code. Realbench has sadly reached the same point for me. Looking hopefully forward to version 2.44.
    
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Yes like Qwinn said, some people have resorted to reverting back to older drivers as well as disabling OC software such as Afterburner / Precision X .
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You shouldn't need to disable the 2nd gpu, but you do need to disable SLI.

Which is one of the main reasons I have abandoned Realbench in my testing regimen. Too many ways to get false positives/crashes, and NOT having false positives is IMO the first and foremost purpose of a stability test program. Not to mention, if I can't test with SLI enabled, I'm not testing with my 24/7 configuration, which eliminates the whole point. Otherwise I might as well just test with the games that I play. Of course, when I crash with games, I can't be sure if it's instability or buggy code. Realbench has sadly reached the same point for me. Looking hopefully forward to version 2.44.

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Yes like Qwinn said, some people have resorted to reverting back to older drivers as well as disabling OC software such as Afterburner / Precision X .

Alrighty guys, you got it. Disabling AB and disabling SLI.. now it doesn't crash and completes realbench. Thanks a ton! I'll report back as I test further.

How long is recommended realbench testing?
Edited by kgtuning - 6/22/16 at 3:14pm
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Quick and dirty would be 1HR to get your feet wet as you move up the multipliers. 24/7 stability would be more of a blend between the different products out there. HCI Memtest 1000% for memory, Realbench 8HR, Aida Cache 4HR, OCCT to top it off. Really up to you depending on your usage.
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Quick and dirty would be 1HR to get your feet wet as you move up the multipliers. 24/7 stability would be more of a blend between the different products out there. HCI Memtest 1000% for memory, Realbench 8HR, Aida Cache 4HR, OCCT to top it off. Really up to you depending on your usage.

Good to know. This computer is for gaming and a few hwbot runs here and there but 99% of the time its for gaming. My laptop and phone are for internet searches and youtube stuffs.
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I seriously run 15 min of realbench for "gaming stable". I have never understood the need to do any more if gaming is all you will be doing. Nor have I had any stability issues. If you are going to only be gaming just do a few hour gaming session, that'll let you know if you are stable or not just as well and you'll have fun doing it. Just my 2cents.gif
post #19477 of 22233
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Originally Posted by Qwinn View Post

You shouldn't need to disable the 2nd gpu, but you do need to disable SLI.

Which is one of the main reasons I have abandoned Realbench in my testing regimen. Too many ways to get false positives/crashes, and NOT having false positives is IMO the first and foremost purpose of a stability test program. Not to mention, if I can't test with SLI enabled, I'm not testing with my 24/7 configuration, which eliminates the whole point. Otherwise I might as well just test with the games that I play. Of course, when I crash with games, I can't be sure if it's instability or buggy code. Realbench has sadly reached the same point for me. Looking hopefully forward to version 2.44.

Very peculiar, the issue with Maxwell is not difficult to remedy and Realbench is still an invaluable tool to include in testing. Regardless of which the crash only occurs when Luxmark is haulted. If the test crashes any other time then this is likely due to instability. Easy to distinguish if sense is applied!
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Edition 10 :-)

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Edition 10 :-)



Nice! Just got my Rampage V Edition 10 board today. Gonna stick my 5960X on it when my Cool Laboratory Liquid Copper TIM arrives tomorrow. I just ordered a 4.4ghz @ 1.344 or less guaranteed, binned i7 6800K from siliconlottery and i'm gonna sell the 5960X and try to get my 6800K to 4.5ghz which with cache OC'd to ~3.8ghz i should be getting just over 1,400 cinebench which is just a tad more than my stock speed 3.5ghz 5960X was getting even with all 8 cores 16 threads (compared to the broadwell-e 6800K only having 6 cores 12 threads) I think i SHOULD be able to get 4.5ghz at around 1.4v since siliconlottery got theirs to 4.4ghz at their placeholder of no more than 1.344v with just an H105 AIO cooler compared to my 480mm, 420mm, and 360mm setup with those three radiators and EK Supremacy EVO CPU waterblock. So presumably i should hit 4.4ghz at ~1.3v. Looks promising, especially with the Rampage V Edition 10, which is one HELL of a good board! Should overclock GREAT!
 
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Edition 10 :-)

Nice indeed.
Pretty close to my HW-E setup that is.
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