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Originally Posted by chew* View Post

Maybe your just using prime 95 improperly.

Using blend with a custom amount of memory is my preferred method. It utilizes small and large fft plus more....it is essential to stress more than the default "2000" quantity of memory.

Most just do not use prime 95 right...

I know how to use prime.
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No it's not /s.

I have ran prime for 24hrs without errors and within the first seconds of launching bf4 bsod.

Overclocked CPU and stock ram

So I don't do the stress testing crap anymore. I use my pc, that is the best stress test.

Try RealBench. Its the closest to gaming stress test I believe. Runs your GPU and CPU hard.
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Originally Posted by finalheaven View Post

Try RealBench. Its the closest to gaming stress test I believe. Runs your GPU and CPU hard.

But I can just play games though... So what's the sense?

It would make sense if I don't have the time to game for a few hours.
post #5074 of 11739
Also what I've learnt running cpu 100% does not test stability either if a game crashes it only using 40%.
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If your a gamer. like I said maybe your using prime 95 wrong.

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My EK Evo block showed up today. I was using the Spire cooler that came with my 1700. Previously I had my 7700K in this case so I still had the loop together. Simply swapped out the block I left in the case (yes lol) with the EK block and then did a quick air bleed as I didn't lose much fluid. The Evo uses the stock back plate on the AM4 board so no gaskets etc

The Thermal Grizzly that came in the box seemed to be dried up for some reason. So I had to clean that off and get my MX4 out. I don't have time to experiment with different settings today. So I'm still running the same 3.7 (all core) @ 1.2v with memory @3200 (1.37v).

I'm including a quick picture of the CPU face (was in process of cleaning) because about 300 pages ago I was asked if I had the info...

My Ryzen 1700

I'll get more into testing tomorrow.
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Originally Posted by chew* View Post

If your a gamer. like I said maybe your using prime 95 wrong.

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Where did I say I'm a gamer? I'm the most non gamer you will ever find. Check my posts on these forums.

Being a gamer does not mean someone does not know how to use prime. There are settings to test ram, cpu, cpu cache etc. Plus changing the size to achieve different results...

Its not rocket science.
post #5078 of 11739
I was merely posting @ the guys that claim stability test then game = crash.

If you game then run stability while gaming.......this way you get heat max on cpu with gpu heat in the mix.

This is just seriously some common sense...which many appear to lack these days.
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Uh, and you run slow ass ram which might account for why you've had no issues.

Also, just because you haven't had trouble doesn't mean everyone shares your experience. looking at the C6H forum it's full of people with issues. While many of those might be user related, many are clearly not. Yes, Elmor and Raja have been great, and the Asus community is lucky to have them, but that doesn't excuse the state the C6H shipped in which is unacceptable.

I bought the C6H for two reasons, my Rampage IV Extreme was a stable workhorse for 5 years and Asus was good about supporting the board with bios revisions. I should've known better though. With ROG you sometimes get a top tier product that really delivers, but other times you get an overpriced subpar product geared toward milking gamers(enthusiasts) because they're willing to pay. Just look at the trash QA with all those 144hz IPS panels they sold and continue to sell.

I run slow ass ram as my G.Skill set is in for RMA wink.gif . Then I'm just trying to sort out CPU OC stability to my liking before jumping into RAM tweaking even on my slow ass RAM wink.gif .

I own an Asus MG279Q. I never ever previously bought an Asus screen as I never truly considered than a monitor maker. Prior to my current employment I was in PC field employment for ~8yrs. Part of my job was spec'ing PCs for the company I worked for and I never got Asus screens wink.gif .

Why did I get the MG279Q, well it had the specs on the sheet I wanted. Did it deliver in performance? yes, Q/A no. Was it worse on Q/A than an Eizo FG2421 I owned and Dell U2515H? no not really.

The Eizo FG2421 I had 3 in total, first 2 had this atrocious "blue" hazing around images, one of those also had some kinda "smudge" with in screen that you could see a light grey patch. My 3rd was perfect by my standards and new owner is enjoying it still. The U2515H 1st had bad BLB, then also the touch sensitive buttons were pants, you could wait upto 5mins for power button to register on/off. 2nd had ever so slight BLB and touch buttons were perfect.

It has taken 4 screens of the MG279Q to get me what I expected. Even then I have a single dead pixel rolleyes.gif . Even though it is a later build now the FW is still not upto scratch. For example my FG2421/U2515H/2 types of Plasma have no issues displaying an image from my HD5850. The MG279Q will not even register it, I have tried known good cables that work with other monitors, all connection types and setting related to display in OSD. I have highlighted to Asus via forum and tech support line and so far no resolution.
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But I can just play games though... So what's the sense?

It would make sense if I don't have the time to game for a few hours.

It runs your CPU and GPU harder than most games. I know Prime didn't test your config well but RealBench should. It brings peace of mind for future games rather than just being able to run current ones.
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