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Nice, see if it's google stress app stable, feed my curiosity


Sorry haven't used that, I normally just use Memtest, will I need to boot into a linux distro to run the google app?
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Sorry haven't used that, I normally just use Memtest, will I need to boot into a linux distro to run the google app?

Yes bud, I would recommend doing so with that setup. See the link in my sig for more details. It is literally a case of installing the distro, clicking the link to the app in the OP, running the command in terminal and adjusting the time to suit. 1 to 2 hours is sufficient.
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Yes bud, I would recommend doing so with that setup. See the link in my sig for more details. It is literally a case of installing the distro, clicking the link to the app in the OP, running the command in terminal and adjusting the time to suit. 1 to 2 hours is sufficient.

The fact that I can test all 128GB in just 1 or 2 hours is appealing. I'll do this and get back to you!

Can I install the distro onto a USB and run it off there? I don't really want to partition any of my existing hard drives.
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The fact that I can test all 128GB in just 1 or 2 hours is appealing. I'll do this and get back to you!

Can I install the distro onto a USB and run it off there? I don't really want to partition a:py of my existing hard drives.

You can do if it suits you, yes. Although if stability is very marginal you are more likely to experience corruption than with a SATA drive. Given your testing with AIDA above I would think you should be ok with your current settings, though.
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You can do if it suits you, yes. Although if stability is very marginal you are more likely to experience corruption than with a SATA drive. Given your testing with AIDA I would think you should be ok with your current settings, though.

Yeah fair point, yeah I'll just partition one of my drives. Will let you know how I go.
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The fact that I can test all 128GB in just 1 or 2 hours is appealing. I'll do this and get back to you!

Can I install the distro onto a USB and run it off there? I don't really want to partition any of my existing hard drives.

I think the fact your running 128Gb of ram @ 3000Mhz is something not to be snuffed at. That is certainly high five worthy matey! thumb.gif
 
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For anyone who's interested, I managed to get my chip stable @ 4.2ghz with only 1.19V but with RAM only @ 2333mhz.

Now I'm upping the RAM trying to get more than 3000mhz. Here's where I'm at right now.



huh....that's a damn impressive feat. Especially with 128GB DDR4 at 3000mhz too!

I'm most interested in you getting such absurdly low voltage at 4.2ghz on a 10 core BW-E 6950X though. I'm debating whether to get a binned 6800K or 6900K if i can afford, rather than saving $50-60 and getting the retail chip and playing the lottery. If the binned chips can get 4.4ghz at ~1.33v or so with an AIO cooler then my 480/420/360 triple radiator EK Supremacy EVO etc.. setup SHOULD be able to achieve 4.4ghz at even lower voltage than that presumably. Although HOW MUCH lower is anybody's guess. I'm really curious if i could make 4.4ghz at less than 1.3v, and if i could, i wonder if it'd be possible to tap 4.5ghz with a 24/7 stable and safe voltage amount (i.e. under 1.4v for sure, preferrably under 1.375v. 1.35-1.36v range would be perfect.) But with the heat these things give off i'm unsure if it's even possible.

Not sure why but i REALLY want me a 4.5ghz BW-E chip lol. I guess it's my desire for as much single core and gaming etc.. performance as possible as well as trying to get as high multi-core as possible to try and get close to what my 5960X hits now at 4.5ghz + 4.2ghz cache.

Trying to decide whether to pull the trigger now on a binned 4.4ghz ~1.33v-ish, pull the trigger now on a retail sample and roll the dice, or wait and see if someone puts a 4.5ghz binned sample up for sale. Decisions decisions...
 
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Yesterday I tried fiddling around with some BIOS power-related settings to see if there was a solution to running VCore higher than set in BIOS to no avail with my 6900K and RVE. I checked all voltages through AIDA after booting but forgot to check VCCSA as I had left it at AUTO this time (usually defaults to around 1.125 - 1.15 V). Left Prime95 running for 4 hours and just then I noticed that VCCSA was at 1.4V. Heh. CPU still works fine though...what a stupid mistake by me but then again the board isn't innocent either. Mobo is using vice and hammer method with auto-voltages.
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Yesterday I tried fiddling around with some BIOS power-related settings to see if there was a solution to running VCore higher than set in BIOS to no avail with my 6900K and RVE. I checked all voltages through AIDA after booting but forgot to check VCCSA as I had left it at AUTO this time (usually defaults to around 1.125 - 1.15 V). Left Prime95 running for 4 hours and just then I noticed that VCCSA was at 1.4V. Heh. CPU still works fine though...what a stupid mistake by me but then again the board isn't innocent either. Mobo is using vice and hammer method with auto-voltages.

Yeah the auto voltages on ASUS boards are INSANE! Both my Rampage IV Black Edition and Rampage V Extreme over-compensate on ALL of the voltages when left to their own devices lol. Especially if you use like the "CPU Level up" function on like the OC Panel and whatnot. I did the CPU Level Up 4.2ghz option on my old i7 4820K and it put VCORE at iirc, 1.42-1.45v or so...(didn't notice it at the time, found out in logs later on) then i tried the 4.5ghz CPU level up option and it set it at 1.559v VCORE....


I was like " o.o....o.O....O_O! " as it slowly dawned on me that billions of pieces of silicon were screaming in agony like a tiny Alderan inside my CPU lol
 
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Nice, see if it's google stress app stable, feed my curiosity

Confirmed Stable 2.5hours! biggrin.gif
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I think the fact your running 128Gb of ram @ 3000Mhz is something not to be snuffed at. That is certainly high five worthy matey! thumb.gif

Yeah I can't seem to get it much higher than this for now (3074mhz), I probably can if I spent enough time tweaking and stuff but I think I've got it to a pretty damn good point which is stable and I'm happy with. Plus I have work to do! Need my PC smile.gif

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huh....that's a damn impressive feat. Especially with 128GB DDR4 at 3000mhz too!

Thanks, I'm pretty happy with the results and I think I managed to get quite a good 6950x chip! Watercooling was 100% necessary, tried to aircool it and even at stock speeds it struggled to keep it cool! EK Predator doing a great job now.

Final Stable results:

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