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HWinfo64 can do graphs. Just right click on the things you want to view, its an option that creates individual pop up windows with graphs.

Cool. Thank you so much!
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OCCT

I knew about OCCT, but it's not a monitoring program (I don't think anyways). I wanted the graph/s to persist after testing was done so I could analyze it. Thank you for the response though.

It was suggested to used the 27.9ver of P95 for testing rather than the newer one, but I can't find out how to get it. I do think that passing IBT and passing P95 should be adequate. I do want to do a longer run with P95, but it will have to wait a couple of days. I don't even leave my computer on overnight if I even think there might be an overnight thunderstorm. Stems from a very scary lightning incident when I was younger (covered in an earlier post).
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I knew about OCCT, but it's not a monitoring program (I don't think anyways). I wanted the graph/s to persist after testing was done so I could analyze it. Thank you for the response though.
It does that. Yes, it is a monitoring program plus a stress tester. It's not as thorough as HWINFO64 but it does the two things you asked for, temp and voltage.

You get files with the results so they are persistent. However, if you're talking about something that continues to monitor after the stress testing is over that's a different issue.
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It does that. Yes, it is a monitoring program plus a stress tester. It's not as thorough as HWINFO64 but it does the two things you asked for, temp and voltage.

You get files with the results so they are persistent. However, if you're talking about something that continues to monitor after the stress testing is over that's a different issue.

Will have to try it then. Right now HWiNFO64 has been misreading a few things. Like today, it read my +12v as 5.45 something or nother. Meanwhile, HWMonitor is reading it right. HWINFO64 reads my vcore as some voltage I'm not familiar with and +3.3 states my vcore. I like the setup of HWINFO64 better than HWMonitor, though.
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You should be able to rename items in HWinfo64 that are mislabled...if you are fairly confident you know what the actual name is.
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It was suggested to used the 27.9ver of P95 for testing rather than the newer one, but I can't find out how to get it.

http://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=16779 Here ya go thumb.gif
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http://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=16779 Here ya go thumb.gif
All I'm seeing there is 27.7 rather than 27.9
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10. Multi-threaded FFTs sometimes get spurious very large roundoff errors. Fixed in 27.9.
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Sorry, all I read was the header (27.7 and 27.9) this should would work http://www.overclock.net/t/137251/prime95/120#post_18813324
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You should be able to rename items in HWinfo64 that are mislabled...if you are fairly confident you know what the actual name is.

The only voltages I'm concerned with are the vcore and the CPU/NB voltage. The last one doesn't show. The first one I know to look under +3.3v. The temps numbers line up with core temp and hwmonitor. What I'm saying is that I can deal with it, but it seems to drive others crazy. biggrin.gif
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http://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=16779 Here ya go thumb.gif

Note to self, make sure there's no further comment before responding. It was a close one......
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All I'm seeing there is 27.7 rather than 27.9
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Sorry, all I read was the header (27.7 and 27.9) this should would work http://www.overclock.net/t/137251/prime95/120#post_18813324

Thank you Super. Sand, I've actually ran across these posts when I went looking for 27.9, but I passed it up. The reason being is that it does finally give a link to 27.9, but it's build 1 which led me to believe there was a build 2 or even an official 27.9. Nope. Just skips to the eventual 28 and newer. So, I didn't know whether to grab it or not. I just downloaded and will give it a whirl. I'm not sure if I will notice any difference at this stage of the game, considering I'm still relatively new. Which means my I'm relying on your knowledge.

I tried 4.4ghz and was fine during IBT very high. Finally was able to run RealBench stress test. I say finally because up till this last Nvidia update, I didn't have OpenCl for some reason. It made it to 12 minutes of a 15 minute run and crashed. Not sure if it's my overclock that wasn't stable or if it's the new OpenCL that's the culprit. I will say that both IBT and P95 only brings my temps to around 56c. RealBench had my core temps pegged out at 60.3c. Socket temps stayed a cool 60c while during the other 2 tests it gets up to 66c. Seems a little hinky.
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Monitor your VRM temp. Getting too high can lead to instability. NB Core voltage is also sometimes quite important. When I run RealBench I skip the GPU test.
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