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Pretty much chip characteristics. thumb.gif
You wouldn't know how amazing that chip is till you try IBT AVX. biggrin.gif

I dont own an Intel chip to try INTEL burn test haha.
    
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Finally got around to upgrading the ole' daily driver. 1800x - GSkill 3200CL14 @ 3200 16 - Crosshair vi 1.03.07 - EVO 960



I suppose I will get around to tweaking as time goes on, but sort of waiting on AMD to release a vid'ya card. I can't say that I ran into issues with the motherboard. No issues using the old backplate from EK (supreme HF gold), or RAM (using the recommended orientation depicted in the manual A2/B2 single rank DIMMS for 16g).

The temps being reported as +20c is janky and does me no good as I have all fan reporting via mobo disabled as I use an external controller.
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I dont own an Intel chip to try INTEL burn test haha.

You can still use IBT. It's a decent little stability tool.
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You can still use IBT. It's a decent little stability tool.

Doesnt stress out the gpu with it though does it?
    
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Leave your GPU OC to Heaven or Firestrike.

How hard can that be?

IBT AVX is cery good for these chips. Way better than anything else.
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Leave your GPU OC to Heaven or Firestrike.

How hard can that be?

IBT AVX is cery good for these chips. Way better than anything else.

How boring, one program to do it all why not. Isn't 100% cpu usage still 100% cpu usage no matter what program you use? IBT might stress the cache more and not do it properly giving you cache whea errors? I have no clue, never use it same way i never used prime, obsolete and outdated stress testing software.

Which btw, stress testing for hrs on end isn't very good to begin with.
    
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Everyone should just qualify their OC by stating which stability testing it has passed...otherwise it's apples and oranges.
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How boring, one program to do it all why not. Isn't 100% cpu usage still 100% cpu usage no matter what program you use? IBT might stress the cache more and not do it properly giving you cache whea errors? I have no clue, never use it same way i never used prime, obsolete and outdated stress testing software.

Which btw, stress testing for hrs on end isn't very good to begin with.

Not 100% positive, but IBT probably uses different CPU instructions. Different loading/instructions types will affect stability and require more/less voltage.

You may have a great chip, but i find that pretty insane when it takes 1.31v to stabilize my 1700 @ 3.8 for 12 loops of x264 ~ 30mins of testing.
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How boring, one program to do it all why not. Isn't 100% cpu usage still 100% cpu usage no matter what program you use? IBT might stress the cache more and not do it properly giving you cache whea errors? I have no clue, never use it same way i never used prime, obsolete and outdated stress testing software.

Which btw, stress testing for hrs on end isn't very good to begin with.

First of all...prime was updated to work on ryzen...so instead of outdated it is actually updated.

Secondly....i have hammered my system for god knows how many hours since ryzen released. Quality psu? No worries. Crappy psu? Run away and dont post stability in stability threads...

You want it all in one shot?

Run heaven and prime blend custom with 90% ram useage all at once...
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How boring, one program to do it all why not. Isn't 100% cpu usage still 100% cpu usage no matter what program you use? IBT might stress the cache more and not do it properly giving you cache whea errors? I have no clue, never use it same way i never used prime, obsolete and outdated stress testing software.

Which btw, stress testing for hrs on end isn't very good to begin with.

Nope.

1. Encoding load on Realbench is very quick per pass more often, CPU waits for LuxMark to finish before starting another Encoding pass.

2. Memory test on Realbench is pretty weak. HCI can show failure in a matter of seconds while Realbench passed for hours.

3. CPU lod pegged at 100% with Realbench does not mean equal load as IBT, Prime or OCCT etc.

4. Even GPU load on Realbench is not equal to Heaven or Firestrike. I can pass Realbench's Luxmark for an hour yet Furestrike will already artifact on the GT1.

Just one thing is useful for Realbench IMO. Encoding Benchmark with only Encoding ticked with Infinite loop enabled. That is only helpful when you are trying to pick up the Black screen issue for these chips. Still, can take quite a while.

IBT on the other hand, needs more Vcore to pass than Realbench. You should know what that means.

I am not saying your method is bad. As long as it works well for your need.

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Everyone should just qualify their OC by stating which stability testing it has passed...otherwise it's apples and oranges.

Correct.

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