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Couldnt we just take the patched linpack binaries and copy and paste them into IBT AVX
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Yes I believe you could, but it failed when I tried that because of different way it calls up the binaries I think, I renamed it to match what IBT uses but it wouldn;t do anything for about a minute and a half then it crashed. No CPU load, just waiting, then crashed. I tried to import the latest ones for intel into IBT and it didn't work correctly. IBT stopped being supported in 2012, but I think LinX was still being supported in 2013, and others have continued to update the binaries in LinX.

I tried to do that in this post, click the spoiler http://www.overclock.net/t/1519033/5-ghz-24-7-oc-club/1800_100#post_24821501

you would have to do it with the linpack files from that latest AMD LinX I linked though, not the ones directly from intel.
Edited by LiamG6 - 1/24/16 at 5:25pm
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If only we had some one to patch them for us here.
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I think it's just something to do with being compiled with something other than ICC so that it uses all the right instructions on AMD CPU's, "TheStilt" would know how to do it.

@The Stilt Could you patch the latest Intel Linpack Binaries for use with AMD? Or tell us how?
post #1865 of 2259
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Originally Posted by LiamG6 View Post

I think it's just something to do with being compiled with something other than ICC so that it uses all the right instructions on AMD CPU's, "TheStilt" would know how to do it.

@The Stilt Could you patch the latest Intel Linpack Binaries for use with AMD? Or tell us how?

Nice find btw its not as outdated as the ibt avx we normally run.
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post #1866 of 2259
Yeah its quite a bit newer than that one and also far newer than the one that worked on haswell (for me) before. It's harder, I think you can reduce the problem size to throw errors rather than BSOD's, but I've just been leaving it at the largest problems size that it picks automatically based on RAM amount I think. But BSOD city lol. I found some interesting rules based on the creators experiences, based on his description, i'm having RAM trouble as I get a freeze for a few seconds, then it BSOD's, It's not something I can fix easily though as it's to do with the way I mounted my CPU, no IHS and no hold down bracket, so I'm not getting correct pin contact in the socket. I can't be bothered doing another tear down and rebuild though just yet, just been playing around with how tight the water block is done up, I've loosened it off a bit, the temps went up a few degrees, but I can now run 2600 XMP profile where before it wouldn't even boot for a few days, even though I had been using it for a couple of months with 2600 XMP prior to mounting it this way and worked fine for a week or two mounted this way. I changed my water loop last week and have had issues since then, so I must have moved the waterblock enough to disturb the way it was touching the pin's prior to that.

This is the quote from the developer in the XS thread about the error's/bsod
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Post Trying to understand Linpack errors
After playing with new rig I decided to make some Linpack error interpretations, which might be helpful for those unfamiliar with Linpack. Note that these are based upon my observations and can't be 100% true. You are welcome to share your experience.

Basically if you get an error you would have x same (correct) results and 1 different (an error):
- if the incorrect result differs slightly from the rest (numbers very close, same powers in Residual & Residual (norm)) it is most likely that there's not enough vcore. In this case only a small vcore bump is usually needed to stabilize the system (alternatively, Vtt & GTL tweaking can sometimes fix this too)
- if the wrong result differs much from the others (different power or even positive power in Residual or Residual (norm)) it might be 1) insufficient vcore (the error would happen at the very first runs then) or 2) some memory / NB instability (when it worked for say 10 minutes ok and then produced a different result)

Now more serious errors:
- a BSOD during testing (at the very first runs) is often caused by too low vcore
- if the system hangs and remains hung it is almost 100% not a CPU but memory or possibly NB issue
- if the system reboots (with no hang prior to reboot and no BSOD) - a CPU issue, but not vcore related (insufficient PLL or Vtt I guess)
- if it hangs for a short while and then BSODs - once again NB or memory problem (but might be wrong Vtt / GTL setting as well)
- if it hangs and then just reboots - wrong Vtt (too low or too high) or GTL settings

P.S. Despite being probably the most stressful stability checking program for CPU Linpack is not that good at finding memory errors, so checking memory with tools like Memtest, OCCT & Prime Blend will be a better idea.

P.P.S. Please correct me if I'm wrong.

Some of this relates to old CPU's though.
post #1867 of 2259
A little testing. Not pushing for 5ghz on this particular cpu, but was run stock so I can understand the entire situation now that I've had a little time to try this out a little.

So I was curious to see why I had lower temps when asked to run IBT AVX from the first post with my supposedly non stable 5ghz FX-9590 because I didn't run the Linked version in the OP.

So here's my findings. Nothing special. Is of no concern of mine, take it as you fellas would like to.......

IBT AVX shows a higher GFlops. This is true it does. So it's a higher speed while using the AVX instruction set as it's supposed to with AMD processors. But the thing I noticed was that it was a faster time. Quicker run test at this point. And yield 2c lower temps than when I had run the V2 that I downloaded from the original creators sire.

V2 on the other hand shows a slower speed of 17 GFlops and AVX shows roughly 38 GFlops. However the time it took to run was 601.79 seconds. The AVX version took less time at only 305.09 seconds. That's a difference of 5 minutes. V2 = 10 minutes AVX = 5 minutes.

Not to argue the rules, I just want to ask the opinions of which one is actually better for stability? I found the AVX version to be much quicker and thus my temps where actually lower because of this. V2 was 49c and AVX was 47c as you will see depicted.

IBT V2 is on the left. IBT AVX is on the right. You can see this from the GFlops if in doubt.

Is IBT AVX actually better running half the amount of time and a lower temp because of it?


Edited by ShrimpBrime - 1/24/16 at 10:02pm
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50x at maximum setting. Ambient 20-21C, H2O temp. 25-26C. biggrin.gif
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Nice!

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You can find pictures here:
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