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Hi!

I tried Realbench but I got BSODs while I was playing Fallout 4. I checked with Prime95, and there you have it – zero minutes then error. Today I run it at 4.3GHz and 2800MT/s memory. I use Prime 95 28.9 with AVX support here. I set it to Blend then custom to test the ram too, and set min FF size to 1024 so I don’t burn out the AVX engines.

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Hi!

I tried Realbench but I got BSODs while I was playing Fallout 4. I checked with Prime95, and there you have it – zero minutes then error. Today I run it at 4.3GHz and 2800MT/s memory. I use Prime 95 28.9 with AVX support here. I set it to Blend then custom to test the ram too, and set min FF size to 1024 so I don’t burn out the AVX engines.


Hello,
your overclock is unstable.
Don't run P95 v28.xx with your settings, you will fry your CPU. What cooler do you have ?

And also, you want to have an overview of your all system during overclokcing and worst case alos, so, enable "HT". (It is disabled in your screenshot).

Try to find first the maximum Vcore and Vccin which allows to you noty go over 80°c on cores and 80°C on CPU package during stress test.
If it is 1.2V for example, then start at 4GHz Core. Make 2 hours realbench.
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How long was Prime running? What test type did you use?

For me, I always use Handbrake to render a queue of several videos that takes quite a bit of time, and will do other stuff in the process. Since Handbrake is passive, it will let my system take priority so there is no slow down while testing. Second, IBT for a little while. I only do a short span of 15 minutes or so though.

EDIT: If you know what settings to use for Prime, you can make a 20 minute test more valuable than a 2 hour default test.
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