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Yes large dataset occt, If you go to my post soundless devil and go though it you will see the post of the stress 21hours
CPU dosen't run on mid or small data set at the time it will fail the test (probally temps to high)
and it wasn't stable one vcore is below 1.608v
it will fail within 5minutes

 

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Soundless devil?
http://www.overclock.net/t/1522183/soundless-devil-240-3x11x-built-to-oc
if you google you will get it
its my waterchilled computer system
and lets stay on topic
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Wow lol, what I got out of this thread is that many people have taken a step back in testing there own machines...then passive aggressively curb others that state its not a good idea to follow the lazy practice of testing for less than half of an actual stress test for stability.
    
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Wow lol, what I got out of this thread is that many people have taken a step back in testing there own machines...then passive aggressively curb others that state its not a good idea to follow the lazy practice of testing for less than half of an actual stress test for stability.

 

Yeah, I'll just wait for the lazy people to come back a few months to a year later complaining of computer problems so that I can help them in the same way that I've helped well over a hundred other lazy people who refused to do a proper stability test. I'll be able to say, "See? I told you."

 

It really hurts when I speak with all of my experience and expertise backing me up only to be rudely and aggressively treated like I don't know anything at all. Yes, it would be nice if a proper test of an overclocked computer's stability could be accomplished in an hour or less, but there are no shortcuts in overclocking. If you want a shortcut, then don't overclock. That's the only shortcut you lazy people will ever be able to get. Overclocking is not for impatient people. If you're impatient, then don't overclock or just buy a gaming console.

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Yeah, I'll just wait for the lazy people to come back a few months to a year later complaining of computer problems so that I can help them in the same way that I've helped well over a hundred other lazy people who refused to do a proper stability test. I'll be able to say, "See? I told you."

It really hurts when I speak with all of my experience and expertise backing me up only to be rudely and aggressively treated like I don't know anything at all. Yes, it would be nice if a proper test of an overclocked computer's stability could be accomplished in an hour or less, but there are no shortcuts in overclocking. If you want a shortcut, then don't overclock. That's the only shortcut you lazy people will ever be able to get. Overclocking is not for impatient people. If you're impatient, then don't overclock or just buy a gaming console.
Not always, if you can run prime for 15 mins more than likely it will run,
if you get sudden crashes try using mem test or stress test and occupy a core of half your cores
Do some gaming and you'll know if it is 24/7 stable or not
Doesn't have to do prime for full stable usage
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The reason why people are saying to avoid Prime95 is, it's very dangerous to use on overclocked Haswell CPUs. For Sandy and Ivy Bridge, it's still the best (and it probably always will be). Just select "Custom" as soon as you open Prime95 and then in the field for how much memory to use, just enter about 80-85% of how much memory you have (multiply 8192 by anything from about .80 to about .85). If your system can run this for about 24 hours, then it should be perfectly stable.

So, why 24 hours? Because there are about 82 FFTs in the Blend test (and the Custom Blend test), and it takes about 24 hours to get through all of them one time each. 8 hours doesn't get you very far at all.
Probably not dangerous if your temps don't go crazy?
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Not always, if you can run prime for 15 mins more than likely it will run,
if you get sudden crashes try using mem test or stress test and occupy a core of half your cores
Do some gaming and you'll know if it is 24/7 stable or not
Dosen't have to do prime for full stable usage

 

That's not correct. How do I know? Well first, I've been on OCN since December of 2008 and I've spent nearly every hour of every day of that time on here. That's nearly 7 years of being on OCN. Second, look at the number of posts I've made. That shows that I've seen a lot and I've LEARNED a lot (tons of experience). I have also been through 3 different systems, and so I've also gained a ton of my own experience.

 

After everything that I've both learned and experienced both from just being on OCN and with my own overclocking, I'm telling you FACTUALLY that you are wrong. If you run Prime95 for only 15 minutes, then you will not even get 100% through the first FFT. You might come within 30-60 seconds of finishing it, BUT YOU WILL STILL HAVE 81 LEFT TO GO THROUGH. How many times do I have to say that?!

 

Gaming is NOT a true and thorough test of your overclocked computer's stability! How do I know? I just told you how I know.

 

Please stop misinforming everyone because quite honestly, it seems to me that you don't know what you're talking about. Your heart's in the right place, but it seems to me that you're inexperienced. I've been around the block SEVERAL times, so please don't question me or tell me that I'm wrong because I know for a fact that I'm right. I've been there and done that. Y'know?

 

This is the last post that I will make in this discussion between us.


Edited by TwoCables - 10/26/15 at 12:59am
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That's not correct. How do I know? Well first, I've been on OCN since December of 2008 and I've spent nearly every hour of every day of that time on here. That's nearly 7 years of being on OCN. Second, look at the number of posts I've made. That shows that I've seen a lot and I've LEARNED a lot (tons of experience). I have also been through 3 different systems, and so I've also gained a ton of my own experience.

After everything that I've both learned and experienced both from just being on OCN and with my own overclocking, I'm telling you FACTUALLY that you are wrong. If you run Prime95 for only 15 minutes, then you will not even get 100% through the first FFT. You might come within 30-60 seconds of finishing it, BUT YOU WILL STILL HAVE 81 LEFT TO GO THROUGH. How many times do I have to say that?!

Gaming is NOT a true and thorough test of your overclocked computer's stability! How do I know? I just told you how I know.

Please stop misinforming everyone because quite honestly, it seems to me that you don't know what you're talking about.
Guess what ? You'll never need that kind of stabibility unless your selling a cpu as a manufacture.
Plus you can get extra GHZ by stressing your cpu with amd over drive or mem test, less stressfull core loaders and leave it on overnight
it if runs next morning, great more than likely it is extremely stable and will never crash.
post #48 of 61
ok.
I will be very straight with you.

Use RealBench and OCCT.

If you pass 10xH264(RealBench) you are pretty much stable. Don't select anything else, just H264 and set it to 10x.
Then you can rest with OCCT:CPU, large data set. 30 mins is more than enough and it's VERY STRESSFUL.
Then if you want u can run 4 hours of stresstest, RealBench. I honestly think if you passed 10xH264, you are going to pass 1h+ in stress test as well without issues.

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Whats up @TwoCables . Man I gotta say I'm kind of over 8,12,24 hour runs of prime. Looking back I was doing 12 hour runs to get into the sandy stable club. I've been reading that a test like realbench is better because it is a varied load which is more like a real work load.

Instead of one constant load for an extended period. I'll see how I'm doing on prime but idk I'm just not excited about stressing the chip for an extended period like that. Thanks for the insight.

The thing is for a stress test you do not want a real work load. By stressing the PC at an extreme you are finding it's stable point and temps when it is work well over normal loads. This means when at normal loads you will have no worries of stability or temps being an issue.

Think of it like athletic training. You train in harder conditions than the actual competition so that when your in the competition you will not be as strained. The same with stress testing a PC. If you can go 24 hours with a temp of 75C under 100% constant load stably then you know your game can run for 8 hours with no issues and will likely be running closer to 60C.
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fyi you can run prime95 without avx now. it produces the same temps as x264 and linpack.
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