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Jay is a likable sort , but he's a bit overwhelmed these days it seems - more profit in being an entertainer than a tech and he seems to only have time to be one or the other.

Well, I am subscribed to the guy. Guess I like him like that. biggrin.gif

Some methods are a bit meh. But yeah, he seemed to have chosen that path anyway. Which clearly did well.
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Sorry to disapoint but 15 minutes is not enough, sometimes i would get errors after 4 hours of realbench, and after realbench i would get errors in y-cruncher tongue.gif It really deppends on the definition of stable, its different from person to person.

Very true, I'm not a big fan of "OMG YOU ONLY TESTED PRIME95 FOR ONLY 2 YEARS! IT'S NOT STABLE UNTIL YOU'VE TESTED IT FOR 5!!!!!one"

To be honest, whilst I agree 15 minutes isn't enough, I'd say an hour is fine, I certainly wouldn't be patient enough to run a stress test for 4 hours.

I built this PC to use, if it starts crashing then I'll do something about it, if it works for what I need then I'm good.

I did, however, raise the vCore until I got 0 WHEA errors, which I know (at least I think I know) are important to eliminate, but I've not run countless stress tests for hours on end. No issues thus far.
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3850 at 1.286V is not that bad? 45-47'C under load. :-)

With that + 1080Ti folding, around 400 watts pulled fron the wall. Not bad!

These chips seem to act like Haswell-E and Broadwell-E in the sense that their OC potential have curves for Voltage/MHz. The ideal way to OC them is to find out where they are happy and not about the OC figures. If the next 25MHz step requires the same amount of Voltage from the previous step, the chip is still within the efficient curve. Past that curve and the Voltage requirement skyrockets. I don't believe they are heat limited either.
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Are people seriously having issues reaching 4.0 on all cores?
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These chips seem to act like Haswell-E and Broadwell-E in the sense that their OC potential have curves for Voltage/MHz. The ideal way to OC them is to find out where they are happy and not about the OC figures. If the next 25MHz step requires the same amount of Voltage from the previous step, the chip is still within the efficient curve. Past that curve and the Voltage requirement skyrockets. I don't believe they are heat limited either.

mus, I've been meaning to ask; what the heck is your avatar all about? biggrin.gif
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Are people seriously having issues reaching 4.0 on all cores?

Reaching? No, I can reach it fine. In fact my second ever boot was at 4.0Ghz.

Having it stable? Now that's a whole different game...
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mus, I've been meaning to ask; what the heck is your avatar all about? biggrin.gif

lol.


I have funnier ones. biggrin.gif

u mad bro
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Sorry to disapoint but 15 minutes is not enough, sometimes i would get errors after 4 hours of realbench, and after realbench i would get errors in y-cruncher tongue.gif It really deppends on the definition of stable, its different from person to person.
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Very true, I'm not a big fan of "OMG YOU ONLY TESTED PRIME95 FOR ONLY 2 YEARS! IT'S NOT STABLE UNTIL YOU'VE TESTED IT FOR 5!!!!!one"

To be honest, whilst I agree 15 minutes isn't enough, I'd say an hour is fine, I certainly wouldn't be patient enough to run a stress test for 4 hours.

I built this PC to use, if it starts crashing then I'll do something about it, if it works for what I need then I'm good.

I did, however, raise the vCore until I got 0 WHEA errors, which I know (at least I think I know) are important to eliminate, but I've not run countless stress tests for hours on end. No issues thus far.

Yup exactly. Its actually pointless stress testing for 24hrs and does more harm then good especially at higher voltages. Honestly i doubt my pc will ever see 100% usage on ram/cpu/gpu for 15mins. It might once i start editing videos once i get decent internet speeds but other then that i went from 7 to 3 to 0 WHEA errors in 15mins so its not a problem.

Played 30min of BF1 no issues, 15mins of realbench (which seems to be the ultimate stress test) and no issues.
    
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Are people seriously having issues reaching 4.0 on all cores?

Why? How high did you get yours?
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Why? How high did you get yours?

I don't have one (yet), most reviews I've seen they hit 4.1-4.2, but here I see people struggle to hit 4.0 stable? Did reviewers recieve "golden chips"? rolleyes.gif Or did they not stress test properly.
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