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No 4.5 ones then.

Got stuck with this one while comparing it with Ryzen. thumb.gif

4.5 @ 1.37 on this exact same chip. wink.gif

And for those interested:
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Edited by mus1mus - 4/21/17 at 12:51am
post #6162 of 6511
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Just one of the good chips on a lot of 7. biggrin.gif

if you pass 3 hours OCCT without error on large data set, it will be a gold chip and stable, I don't trust real bench.
post #6163 of 6511
I meant more RB as we spoke about before. Super Position is very much GPU bound, so a Ryzen comparison is a little fruitless tongue.gif
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if you pass 3 hours OCCT without error on large data set, it will be a gold chip and stable, I don't trust real bench.

Not trusting RB is normally PEBCAK
post #6165 of 6511
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Originally Posted by Silent Scone View Post

I meant more RB as we spoke about before. Super Position is very much GPU bound, so a Ryzen comparison is a little fruitless tongue.gif

Give me an hour. tongue.gif
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if you pass 3 hours OCCT without error on large data set, it will be a gold chip and stable, I don't trust real bench.

Not saying it is.


EDIT:

Yeah, it took more than an hour. COZ, something did show up.


Edited by mus1mus - 4/21/17 at 3:26am
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if you pass 3 hours OCCT without error on large data set, it will be a gold chip and stable, I don't trust real bench.

Yeah, 4h is what I'm gonna test it always
As for the RB it could work in the end to confirm your stable OC, 8h though.

@mus1mus
Why don't you use the latest RB version?
Btw:
How much ram voltage and cache voltage for your setup?
Edited by arrow0309 - 4/21/17 at 4:15am
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Yeah, 4h is what I'm gonna test it always
As for the RB it could work in the end to confirm your stable OC, 8h though.

@mus1mus
Why don't you use the latest RB version?

I find it more stressfull. Or am I wrong?
post #6168 of 6511
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Yeah, 4h is what I'm gonna test it always
As for the RB it could work in the end to confirm your stable OC, 8h though.

@mus1mus
Why don't you use the latest RB version?

before I sold my 6800k and buy the 6900k, I used only Real Bench, IBT, P95 to test the stability

I have my CPU (6800K) at 4.2 GHz at 1.32 V and passed 8 hours RB, 20 runs very high IBT, 8 hours P95

But failed in OCCT large data set within 15 min.

I ignored OCCT, and begin playing Battlefield 1, randomly crash freeze my PC within 10-30min , sometimes after 40 min.

I increased the voltage to be able to pass 3 hours on OCCT large data set without a report with error detected, and when passed it, my PC did not freeze or crash anymore, for 2 months in any games or any application, even 5 hours non stop in Battlefield 1.

my conclusion is that people are afraid from OCCT because it gives them the reality about their CPU OC capability.
OCCT large data set 3 hours (according to OCCT website) without error -> CPU OC perfect stable (I am talking only about CPU, not ram or cache OC).

this is my opinion.

With my 6900k i didn't run any software.
I put occt large data set 3 hours 1.271v 4.2 ghz, i passed without error, cpu oc done.
1 month didn't have any crash or freeze in any games or application, occt is the king
Edited by ELIAS-EH - 4/21/17 at 4:38am
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Depends on how you test your system. With X99, I am not skipping each subsystem. You have to test the Core, Cache and Memory individually. After that, pretty easy to pass OCCT.

These will be doing Video Editing works 24/7 just to give you an idea.
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Yeah, 4h is what I'm gonna test it always
As for the RB it could work in the end to confirm your stable OC, 8h though.

@mus1mus
Why don't you use the latest RB version?

before I sold my 6800k and buy the 6900k, I used only Real Bench, IBT, P95 to test the stability

I have my CPU (6800K) at 4.2 GHz at 1.32 V and passed 8 hours RB, 20 runs very high IBT, 8 hours P95

But failed in OCCT large data set within 15 min.

I ignored OCCT, and begin playing Battlefield 1, randomly crash freeze my PC within 10-30min , sometimes after 40 min.

I increased the voltage to be able to pass 3 hours on OCCT large data set without a report with error detected, and when passed it, my PC did not freeze or crash anymore, for 2 months in any games or any application, even 5 hours non stop in Battlefield 1.

my conclusion is that people are afraid from OCCT because it gives them the reality about their CPU OC capability.
OCCT large data set 3 hours (according to OCCT website) without error -> CPU OC perfect stable (I am talking only about CPU, not ram or cache OC).

this is my opinion.

With my 6900k i didn't run any software.
I put occt large data set 3 hours 1.271v 4.2 ghz, i passed without error, cpu oc done.
1 month didn't have any crash or freeze in any games or application, occt is the king

you know occt only uses about 2600megs of memory where you use prime95 do the same test and use much more memory to make sure its much more stable.
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