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ok so i can just run the default setting? Or do i need to do a custom setting then run it?

I feel we may not be taking about the same thing. There are no settings to change. Open 16 instances with about 925mb of memory each (5960x, 16gb ram)

http://hcidesign.com/memtest/
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HCI memtest probably loads the CPU more than AID64... if max T means anything. wink.gif
from a while ago...


it's offset cache, not adaptive like TurboV is reporting.
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I feel we may not be taking about the same thing. There are no settings to change. Open 16 instances with about 925mb of memory each (5960x, 16gb ram)

http://hcidesign.com/memtest/

Oh, I was talking about the bootable memtest86, you like make a bootable usb and boot from it, etc?

That not used anymore?


So this test ram stability, so if I OC ram use this to see if its a stable oc for the ram?
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if it is a momentary spike it's nothing to worry about. aid64 will do that due to a poling conflict with other stuff reading the same sensor. I've seen them, just ignore it.


Thanks for that thumb.gif
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I feel we may not be taking about the same thing. There are no settings to change. Open 16 instances with about 925mb of memory each (5960x, 16gb ram)

http://hcidesign.com/memtest/

Oh, I was talking about the bootable memtest86, you like make a bootable usb and boot from it, etc?

That not used anymore?


So this test ram stability, so if I OC ram use this to see if its a stable oc for the ram?

HCI is the best RAM stressor out there so yes it will check stablity of your RAM OC..
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Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

HCI memtest probably loads the CPU more than AID64... if max T means anything. wink.gif
from a while ago...


it's offset cache, not adaptive like TurboV is reporting.

Interestingly though it didn't flag my cache instability up to 1000%. AIDA found it in under an hour. This is with the cache test on its own. I ended up adding an additional 50mv onto cache because I had a couple of exceptions over Christmas (0c errors). This is with the latest stable non beta version.
Edited by Silent Scone - 1/12/15 at 11:11pm
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Originally Posted by Geicher View Post

Hey,
which free tool would you guys recommend to test stability with Haswell E?

I know Prime95 shouldn't be used, and Aida64 isn't free unfortunately frown.gif (Trial version expired already)

Use realbench run it for 4 hours then run linx 0.6.4 on full memory for 8 hours for peace of mind, the total time I spent on getting my 2nd CPU stable was under 16 hours. My 1st CPU went through hell haha.

I don't bother with Cache overclocking you want even see the boost in day to day use.
Edited by LiveOrDie - 1/12/15 at 11:35pm
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Really? blinksmiley.gif 3200 on 100 strap is working fine on ASUS boards, and with several different memory kits in my hands.

I already said that memory ratio x30 and x32 are working on ASUS boards in my previous post. This was only an answer to other post where I said that single memory kits on the market have XMP profile for 100bclk strap above 2666 clock and these kits have info that manufacturer recommends ASUS ( or maybe RVE ) boards. Like Corsair 3200 kit has XMP profile 32 x100bclk while G.Skill 2666/3000 is using only 125bclk ( I don't remember what was in G.Skill 3200 kits ). So when you buy a non-ASUS board then it's not guaranteed you will run any memory at XMP settings when it's using 100 bclk profile.

@LiveOrDie
XTU is stressing CPU pretty good and is not causing it to overheat. At least it finds errors faster than most other tests and it still base on Prime95. For some reason benchmark is crashing faster than stability test so it's good to run 2-3 times benchmark and if all is fine then run stability test for longer.

AIDA64 is pretty good to check memory and cache stability. Not best for CPU.
Edited by Woomack - 1/12/15 at 11:54pm
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Originally Posted by Silicon Lottery View Post

Here's a 5960X after an hour of Aida64 at 4.5Ghz 1.35V. An H105 was used for cooling, and ambient was 22°C.



CPU temperatures are around 60-65°C, with the warmest cores peaking around 80°C. Using an AIO on Haswell-E is definitely doable.


That's...distinctly average tongue.gif. I've always told people that using 1.35v is probably achievable on an AIO
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Here is one result on my 5820K at stable settings on water. The same is passing 1h+ stability test in AIDA64 + XTU. I don't really care to run it in longer stability tests as I'm mainly benching.



CPU@4.6GHz ~1.25V, cache@4.6GHz ~1.3V, memory@3200 1.35V. Max ~68*C on single 360 rad and 3x 120mm ~1k rpm fans

Actually many benchmarks are passing at lower voltages but XTU is more demanding.
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