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But if I do stress test with RealBench I'll also find freezing instabilities plus other situations. It seems to me GSAT + RB gives me more than GSAT + HCI, and just as much as GSAT + HCI + RB. I may be wrong ...

I've read here RealBench doesn't really test cache, if you get freezes with no reboots In HCI then it's cache instability. AIDA Extreme cache stability test is good too. smile.gif
    
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But if I do stress test with RealBench I'll also find freezing instabilities plus other situations. It seems to me GSAT + RB gives me more than GSAT + HCI, and just as much as GSAT + HCI + RB. I may be wrong ...

I've read here RealBench doesn't really test cache, if you get freezes with no reboots In HCI then it's cache instability. AIDA Extreme cache stability test is good too. smile.gif
How much do these software (RealBench, AIDA64, MemTest) write to the HDD/SSD during stress testing? It seems my data written on my SSD has gone up considerably since I started using MemTest.
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Hello

If noticeable amount of writes are occurring when using either HCI or GSAT the programs are not being configured correctly.
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lo - the Notes" column says it all. smile.gif

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okay - the settings are not completely "bollocks" (sp?)

Keep tightening the primary timings (reduce the first three by 1 notch) and test again. You only need to check the Memory test. Once it fails AID64 Memory test, post back to bios and go back to where it passed the test. Now you have settings to put to a real test like HCI or GSAT.
It is good as a quick test to separate bootable from bootable-but-bollocks. wink.gif
disable SLI and switch off one GFX card with the PCIE switch.

when i put 14 in CL it freezes the OS so it's gotta be 15+ and the other 2 lines are always higher by +1
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when i put 14 in CL it freezes the OS so it's gotta be 15+ and the other 2 lines are always higher by +1
Are those 4GB sticks our 8GB sticks ?
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Are those 4GB sticks our 8GB sticks ?

8gb , 4sticks
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8gb , 4sticks

I think those kits are better at higher frequency's rather than lower and tighter timings.

i would try for 3400Mhz or 3466Mhz at 16-18-18-38-1T or possibly 15-17-17-38-1T

Not sure if you tried that already
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i was thinking the same way , i think i tried the 2nd timing you posted , good but didn't last long before the OS started lagging in Chrome web browsing
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Been running my 128G (8x16g) gskill 3000@14 kit at 1.35v 100MHz bclk for the past 2 months without issue with plenty of heavy, all core/thread load (BW-E 6950x 4.4/3.7 RVE "classic"). That is the stable config that passes everything including GSAT for 1hr+.

3200 CAS 14 @ 1.37v passes everything but a full hour of GSAT. It gets a few single bit errors that clear on "re-read" in the last 10 minutes (at which point the heat spreaders are ~55-57C according to my IR thermometer... So, it seems "close"...
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