Originally Posted by mus1mus
Battlefield is pretty hard on the Cores/CPU. So you will probably need to run a longer stress to pursue stability.
AIDA 64 is a bit easy.
OCCT a bit excessive.
But the concept is, run a longer stress test. Somewhere around 6 hours or so.
2 hours of BF4 is actually quite good. You're almost there IMO. Add a tiny bit of Vcore and try again? 0.020V maybe?
Y you no RVE?
They want $160 to 'fix' my R5E with no guarantee it'll actually be fixed and if they can't I'm out the $160, I 'scratched' it. It was having issues even before I broke the tracer and even if they can fix that I worry there will still be problems. Like I could only boot BIOS defaults with the 'Cold Mode' jumper switched or I can't recall what the jumper is actually called. I think they'll fix one problem and not the others. I should have RMA'd it before I broke a tracer.
Edit: I might try to have them fix it again when I have the disposable income.
i don't think if they can't fix it they would send me a new one as I damaged it. Edited by KedarWolf - 8/17/16 at 6:22pm