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Unless one explicitly understands what the various timings do and how they may relate to one another as well as pre and post boot constraints it is best to leave the operating system based timing utilities for benchmarking.
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GSAT seems to have stopped displaying time passed between power spikes on this run i'm currently on. Not seen it do that before...no errors detected, though.
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GSAT seems to have stopped displaying time passed between power spikes on this run i'm currently on. Not seen it do that before...no errors detected, though.

Hello

Run GSAT with power spiking disabled if it is hanging.
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Hello

Unless one explicitly understands what the various timings do and how they may relate to one another as well as pre and post boot constraints it is best to leave the operating system based timing utilities for benchmarking.
I only intend to change the primary timings. I don't have the free time available to mess with every subtiming. But it still saves a significant amount of time to change by a clock cycle a single timing to see if it's worth going into the BIOS to set.
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I only intend to change the primary timings. I don't have the free time available to mess with every subtiming. But it still saves a significant amount of time to change by a clock cycle a single timing to see if it's worth going into the BIOS to set.

Hello

Good luck.
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Hello

Run GSAT with power spiking disabled if it is hanging.

First time i've noticed it. Definitely seems to be having a problem resuming. Will change the pause delay. The test still completed successfully.

Lol, @stargate125645 all you have done since coming here is express what a chore these things are.
Edited by Silent Scone - 7/18/16 at 2:53pm
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Hello

Unless one explicitly understands what the various timings do and how they may relate to one another as well as pre and post boot constraints it is best to leave the operating system based timing utilities for benchmarking.

Do you know any good resources for learning this? I tried looking into the DDR4 specification but that seemed a little too manufacturing oriented for what I was looking to learn.(DDR4-CPU interface/how memory timings affect data throughput ect. )
    
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First time i've noticed it. Definitely seems to be having a problem resuming. Will change the pause delay. The test still completed successfully

Hello

Add the following argument without the quotes. Set xxxx to a number of seconds greater than the length of the test.

"--pause_delay xxxx"
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GSAT seems to have stopped displaying time passed between power spikes on this run i'm currently on. Not seen it do that before...no errors detected, though.
does the same here, unless you...
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Add the following argument without the quotes. Set xxxx to a number of seconds greater than the length of the test.
"--pause_delay xxxx"
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Yeah, I'd read on the forums before - just hadn't noticed it hang till now. Cheers Ears
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