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Asus real bench is the best for stability testing nowadays. It as close as it could be to the real world load/stress wink.gif

If a cpu can pass 10 x H264 real bench then its pretty much stable. 10x H264 takes just up to 15 mins but works better than "x264 program" or anything else(IBT,aida,XTU,prime etc).


So I recommend to run run asus real bench, tick just H264, make it go in a loop 10 times(~15mins) then u can run OCCT, OCCT:CPU, large data set for 15 mins. U will be done in 30 mins instead of 1 hour. U can always try to do a full run of Real bench to see if it passes other tasks as multiple website windows, pictures etc.
Bear in mind that Asus real bench "stress test" is less stressful than "H264 bench".

If u ask me why OCCT:CPU I will say cause it shows instability much more faster than prime,ibt etc, and sometimes even faster than Real Bench(this varies by cpu).
If u ask me why 2 programs(OCCT and Real Bench) I will say because cpus are different and some work better(show instability) with one program, some with another so it's always a good idea to use 2 programs.

Good luck with ur business. I like it! I hope u will continue with ur service so Maybe I can get 5.2k or something(I own 5G_1.325v XTU processor in "your terms" wink.gif )

I finished testing the remainder of my stock last night, and they all passed an hour of realbench, so everything has been changed to reflect that. Thanks for the recommendations guys.
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I finished testing the remainder of my stock last night, and they all passed an hour of realbench, so everything has been changed to reflect that. Thanks for the recommendations guys.

Just wanted to second his ROG Realbench recommendation. I never knew how to properly stress test, and it always seemed no matter what I put my CPU through I could never ensure stability and would at some point run into a problem. I went over to the ROG forum to get some ideas from over there. They directed me to ROG Realbench and had me do 3x runs through the whole test. If I remember right there were 3 sections to each run and it took 15 minutes or so to do the three runs. I've never had an OC (both CPU and mem) fail in the real world if it passed Realbench. Seems to be a really good real world test without gutting your CPU for a long period of time.
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Name the software and I can give you a rough estimate.

linx 0.6.4 or realbench each after at least 15mins
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Just wanted to second his ROG Realbench recommendation. I never knew how to properly stress test, and it always seemed no matter what I put my CPU through I could never ensure stability and would at some point run into a problem. I went over to the ROG forum to get some ideas from over there. They directed me to ROG Realbench and had me do 3x runs through the whole test. If I remember right there were 3 sections to each run and it took 15 minutes or so to do the three runs. I've never had an OC (both CPU and mem) fail in the real world if it passed Realbench. Seems to be a really good real world test without gutting your CPU for a long period of time.

So a 15min run of ROG realbench is best to use for 5960x as well? I passed 1hour of realbench and 2 hours of linx andI just crashed while browsing the web with a WHEA Uncorrectable error.

BTW love the idea, next cpu I buy will be from you!
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linx 0.6.4 or realbench each after at least 15mins

http://www.overclock.net/t/1534875/guru3d-siliconlottery-com-5ghz-4790k-reviewed/180#post_23389124
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So a 15min run of ROG realbench is best to use for 5960x as well? I passed 1hour of realbench and 2 hours of linx andI just crashed while browsing the web with a WHEA Uncorrectable error.

BTW love the idea, next cpu I buy will be from you!

X99 is tough to get stable. If you passed realbench, then it's likely a memory or cache instability that caused a crash during web browsing, not the core clock.
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If a cpu can pass 10 x H264 real bench then its pretty much stable. 10x H264 takes just up to 15 mins but works better than "x264 program" or anything else(IBT,aida,XTU,prime etc).

Last i checked, Realbench just used x264 for h264 encoding and the encoder/parameters was out of date and less controlable than our manual test. Has that changed?

Either way, it will NOT draw anywhere near as much power as linpack (used for ibt, though that's years out of date in the IBT program) or require as much Vcore as prime v28.5 fft 1344.

I'm talking from experience and scientific testing, not from guessing or using out of date software; the only thing that i'm not up to date with is Realbench, since the most stressful part of that test was the x264 encoder, but on launch and for quite a while after IIRC they were using an old encoder and different parameters that were less stressful than what we could do manually in the Haswell thread. Because of that i didn't use it much, and i didn't keep up to date with how they fixed/changed it since then.
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Why didnt they use Firestrike Physics test at least?
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X99 is tough to get stable. If you passed realbench, then it's likely a memory or cache instability that caused a crash during web browsing, not the core clock.

No AMD chips on your site frown.gif
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Why didnt they use Firestrike Physics test at least?
Should be a constant across chips basically, right? For 49 you can expect x for 50 you can expect y.
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No AMD chips on your site frown.gif
They stated if enough folks request them they will start binning them but I wouldn't hold your breath.
Edited by electro2u - 1/10/15 at 12:10pm
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This might be a stupid question, but what are the chances of buying a poorly clocking chip for cheaper than retail? Sort of an "anti-bin" I guess. I'm building an M350/PicoPSU setup that's going to hit a power/cooling wall before a clockspeed one. Worth a shot, because for every 4.8+ GHz chip SL tests, there's got to be a dozen ones that suck.
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This might be a stupid question, but what are the chances of buying a poorly clocking chip for cheaper than retail? Sort of an "anti-bin" I guess. I'm building an M350/PicoPSU setup that's going to hit a power/cooling wall before a clockspeed one. Worth a shot, because for every 4.8+ GHz chip SL tests, there's got to be a dozen ones that suck.

~$300 would be the range for an "anti-bin" 4790K.
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