Originally Posted by finalheaven
I'm just concerned with RealBench. While RealBench might not crash it gives WHEA errors (you can check if using HWiNFO) which signals close call to BSOD. RealBench errors all disappear with enough volts though. So was wondering if you ran that for only an hour or so and that tested it for error reporting.
RealBench is also the closest thing to a gaming benchmark because it also stresses GPU at the same time.
I'll be honest (then again, people gonna get salty real quick) I don't run real bench (specially any GPU benches) because it still doesn't give me any insight on the CPU. Just because its partial load of the CPU/GPU, I can't determine if its a full on CPU or GPU issue. I've been running the same GPU for quite a long time now and now have logged the safe "oc" clocks, include stock clocks and so called "extreme" clocks to push on air which I can fall back on if I wanna exclude the GPU.
Then again, I'll also say I haven't encountered any WHEA errors at all in HWiNFO in my 3.7/3.8 testing results.