Originally Posted by Leadbelly
Originally Posted by Neokolzia
Just a heads up I think Intel burn test stresses the CPU too hard, its certainly like ultimate stability test, but friend who is 100% rock stable on 4.0 can't pass Intel burn test either. I couldn't pass it at 1.475 @ 3.95 or even 3.9. Aida would pass though just fine.
IBT draws like maximum of 180w instead of Aida which draws like max 150
I would not say Intel burn test, is to hard. One can start off with the standard test, and work there way up as far as they like. I think if you can pass at the very high level, your computer is pretty darn stable. I wanted stable as possible, my 1700 at 3.8 running 1.274v on air, was the best I could do to be able to pass Intel burn test on maximum.
Thing is I don't think Anyone can pass IBT @ 4.0, if they can its likely well above 1.45v.
And I haven't heard Anything about stability issues with people just using Aida64 as a stability test. Hence why I'm thinking IBT is too harsh for Ryzen.