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Originally Posted by sdch View Post

I made a simple AutoHotkey script for launching 12 instances of the free version of HCI MemTest and automatically entering 1024 MB and starting the test. It arranges all the windows in a nice 3 x 4 grid. Copy the code into an .ahk file and run it from the HCI MemTest folder. Edit the values as needed for other processors/memory combinations. Default is for 8700K/16GB, which I'm playing with right now.
Code:
sleep 1000
xpos = -219
Loop, 12
{
  xpos += 222

  if A_Index < 5
    ypos = 5
  else if (A_Index < 9)
    ypos = 261
  else
    ypos = 517

  Run, memtest.exe
  WinWaitActive, Welcome`, New MemTest User
  Send {Enter}
  sleep 100
  WinMove, A, , xpos, ypos
  Send 1024{Tab}{Enter}
  WinWaitActive, Message for first-time users
  Send {Enter}

  if (A_Index = 4) or (A_Index = 8) or (A_Index = 12)
    xpos = -219
}

Thanks.
Working great.thumb.gif
post #5502 of 6343
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Originally Posted by becks View Post

Thanks for doing so + rep!
The Launcher we had does not work with newer 6.x version.

What's your coding experience ? any chance we can request from you to make further modifications to this ? (Sound ? Change window Color when Error ? etc. etc..)

N.B. Sending mobile notifications and what not has been previously asked I feel like its a PITA ...is more complicated as the app would need to communicate via some platform

You can send push notifications to your phone using Pushbullet. Add this to the very end of the script and change the Access Token to the one for your account (e.g. G8aldIDL93ldFADFwp9032ADF2klj3ld).
Code:
WinWaitActive, MemTest Error

PB_Token   := "G8aldIDL93ldFADFwp9032ADF2klj3ld"
PB_Title   := "HCI Memtest Error"
PB_Message := "Your memory OC isn't stable!"

WinHTTP := ComObjCreate("WinHTTP.WinHttpRequest.5.1")
WinHTTP.SetProxy(0)
WinHTTP.Open("POST", "https://api.pushbullet.com/v2/pushes", 0)
WinHTTP.SetCredentials(PB_Token, "", 0)
WinHTTP.SetRequestHeader("Content-Type", "application/json")
PB_Body := "{""type"": ""note"", ""title"": """ PB_Title """, ""body"": """ PB_Message """}"
WinHTTP.Send(PB_Body)

You can see the phone notification pop up in this video:



Alternatively, if you just want to play a sound, only add this to the very end of the script:
Code:
WinWaitActive, MemTest Error
SoundPlay, %A_WinDir%\Media\Windows Background.wav, wait

Edited by sdch - 11/21/17 at 10:59am
post #5503 of 6343
How do you all feel about 1.45v or 1.5v for Samsung b die and 24/7 use? I think G.Skill has some memory spec'd at those voltages but seems pretty high compared to the standard DDR4 spec.
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Originally Posted by Jawnathin View Post

How do you all feel about 1.45v or 1.5v for Samsung b die and 24/7 use? I think G.Skill has some memory spec'd at those voltages but seems pretty high compared to the standard DDR4 spec.

I keep it at/under 1.45v for 24/7 use but I've used as high as 1.52v for benching.

On a side note, on my 4x8GB Ripjaws 5 CL14 I B-Dies set the memory voltage, booted into a Puppy Linux USB, was running GSAT, had been snoozing, my PC rebooted. I thought I'll worry about it later.

Got up, booted into BIOS, had set two channels to 1.9v by mistake, put it back to 1.45v. redface.gif

Ran GSAT for two hours, zero errors. biggrin.gif
Edited by KedarWolf - 11/21/17 at 12:00pm
    
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7820X @ 5100-3,4-4000CL16

Passed Memtest 1000% @ 1.42v Dim 1.20 io and 1.20 SA

post #5506 of 6343
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Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

I keep it at/under 1.45v for 24/7 use but I've used as high as 1.52v for benching.

Thanks. I'll keep it at or under 1.45v as well.
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7820X @ 5100-3,4-4000CL16

Wow, are those OC and Mesh settings stable for 24/7 use? 5.1ghz and 3.4ghz mesh is among the highest I've seen. I can probably get mine to boot that high, maybe do a bench, but don't think I could get that stable unless I went exotic with cooling. Impressive result!
post #5507 of 6343
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Originally Posted by Jawnathin View Post

Thanks. I'll keep it at or under 1.45v as well.
Wow, are those OC and Mesh settings stable for 24/7 use? 5.1ghz and 3.4ghz mesh is among the highest I've seen. I can probably get mine to boot that high, maybe do a bench, but don't think I could get that stable unless I went exotic with cooling. Impressive result!

Thanks mate smile.gif Well, i just got my mobo last week so this overclock is pretty fresh.(Had Strix before) I did pass Prime95 26.6 NON AVX for 1 hour, and i have to mention that HT is disabled for gaming performance.I have been gaming for hours without any issues. So i guess its stable for my use. I can even run Cinebench R15 @ 5.2ghz with HT enabled @ 1.355V but its def not stable thumb.gif
post #5508 of 6343
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Originally Posted by Jawnathin View Post

How do you all feel about 1.45v or 1.5v for Samsung b die and 24/7 use? I think G.Skill has some memory spec'd at those voltages but seems pretty high compared to the standard DDR4 spec.
The healthy ceiling on 24/7 vdimm is more related to the cpu than to the sticks. A strong IMC and 1.45V is no problem. The 6950X I have here has been running 3400c13 on the ram with 1.45V basically since the 6950X launched. NOt an issue.
Just as an FYI - Intel sets the VDIMM limitation for DRAM manufactures specific to the CPU/Platform generation.
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Originally Posted by sdch View Post

I made a simple AutoHotkey script for launching 12 instances of the free version of HCI MemTest and automatically entering 1024 MB and starting the test. It arranges all the windows in a nice 3 x 4 grid. Copy the code into an .ahk file and run it from the HCI MemTest folder. Edit the values as needed for other processors/memory combinations. Default is for 8700K/16GB, which I'm playing with right now.
Code:
sleep 1000
xpos = -219
Loop, 12
{
  xpos += 222

  if A_Index < 5
    ypos = 5
  else if (A_Index < 9)
    ypos = 261
  else
    ypos = 517

  Run, memtest.exe
  WinWaitActive, Welcome`, New MemTest User
  Send {Enter}
  sleep 100
  WinMove, A, , xpos, ypos
  Send 1024{Tab}{Enter}
  WinWaitActive, Message for first-time users
  Send {Enter}

  if (A_Index = 4) or (A_Index = 8) or (A_Index = 12)
    xpos = -219
}

Can you make a zip file and attach the script here?

When I copy and paste into the script file with MemTestPro 5 only one instance opens with no memory setting. frown.gif

And yes, I changed the .exe name to memtest.exe. frown.gif

And if I right click and run the script two instances open with no memory setting. redface.gif
    
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Originally Posted by KedarWolf View Post

Can you make a zip file and attach the script here?

When I copy and paste into the script file with MemTestPro 5 only one instance opens with no memory setting. frown.gif

And yes, I changed the .exe name to memtest.exe. frown.gif

And if I right click and run the script two instances open with no memory setting. redface.gif

This code works with my memtestpro:

sleep 1000
xpos = -219
Loop, 10
{
xpos += 222

if A_Index < 5
ypos = 5
else if (A_Index < 9)
ypos = 261
else
ypos = 517

Run, memtestpro.exe
sleep 100
WinMove, A, , xpos, ypos
Send 2048{Tab}{Enter}

if (A_Index = 4) or (A_Index = 8) or (A_Index = 12)
xpos = -219
}
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