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That sounds real then. I never had an error past 400%. The maximum % error I had was in the lower 300, so for my platform I now consider up to 500% is totally stable... Left a couple of cases to 900 or 1000 and nothing happened, just wasted time biggrin.gif
Push them chips harder! I've seen errors pop up only after 1000. And they weren't meaningless because I would crash browsing the web or gaming about once a week or 2.
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Push them chips harder! I've seen errors pop up only after 1000. And they weren't meaningless because I would crash browsing the web or gaming about once a week or 2.

For my 24/7 setup I've set 1000% memtest at 3600 15-15-15-35 1t @ 1.36v. That's the only setup I've pushed that hard. For testing, for me... 500% it's more than enough. I've NEVER had a issue (memory related, windows games or anything) with a 300% stable memtest...
Anyway people who loves the stability should be 1000% stable. I've got that way only for my 24/7 setup...
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You guys are very lucky with those 7700Ks. I have tried to bin 10 and came up with nothing spectacular except for one that is doing 100C on the cores with just 1.25V on an AIO. biggrin.gif
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Hi

Can u guy's explain to me why some of you using PCH Core Voltage more then 1.0v to 1.05v. It's help's in something that i don't know ?

Right now i have 4133 MHz Cl16-17-17-36-360-1T profile for 24/7 full stable.

If i increase PCH core voltage to 1.05v like some of you, it's a chance i will be able to reduce SA -1.2375 or IO-1.20 voltage ?

I have my APEX motherboard just 1 week and i'm still learning please help me understand what PCH core voltage is and in what it helps.

Thanks.
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Push them chips harder! I've seen errors pop up only after 1000. And they weren't meaningless because I would crash browsing the web or gaming about once a week or 2.


HCI consider 1000% to be the golden standard for the test. However, it's possible to get errors after this. Beyond that, it's down to the user how long they think they need to run the test for. This is where Stress App picks up the slack, as it's far quicker at finding errors than the former
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HCI consider 1000% to be the golden standard for the test. However, it's possible to get errors after this. Beyond that, it's down to the user how long they think they need to run the test for. This is where Stress App picks up the slack, as it's far quicker at finding errors than the former

Worth mentioning that GSAT can also find errors well after the 1 hour mark too, I've had errors pop up after 6 hours in a temperature controlled environment. GSAT is definitely faster at finding errors, and isolates RAM more than HCI.

Does anyone know what the "equivalent" duration of GSAT is to percentage of HCI?
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Worth mentioning that GSAT can also find errors well after the 1 hour mark too, I've had errors pop up after 6 hours in a temperature controlled environment. GSAT is definitely faster at finding errors, and isolates RAM more than HCI.

Does anyone know what the "equivalent" duration of GSAT is to percentage of HCI?

2h is roughly 800%-1000% Hci from what I see
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Worth mentioning that GSAT can also find errors well after the 1 hour mark too, I've had errors pop up after 6 hours in a temperature controlled environment. GSAT is definitely faster at finding errors, and isolates RAM more than HCI.

Does anyone know what the "equivalent" duration of GSAT is to percentage of HCI?
2h is roughly 800%-1000% Hci from what I see

Depends on the platform. My 2000% went for like 6 or 7 hours on X99.

I also have a setting that went for 6 hours before the errors popped up in GSAT. Probably just a couple of timings that forced the drifts. Changed tRTP and TWR from 4 and 8 to 6 and 12 respectively to pass 2000% HCI.
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With the old HCI or newest and fastest one? tongue.gif
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