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15 hrs stable, then freeze.. and GTLREF question

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Hi everyone,

I just managed to go all the way up to 15 hour stability from ~7.5 (actually turned DOWN the voltage and tweaked the GTLREF lanes slightly). However, after 15 hours my computer froze. Was running Prime95 blend test.

It's clearly NOT perfectly stable, but for all intents and purposes can I just assume it is? If I start folding will it crash after 15 hours?

Also, are the GTLREF adjustments I make only valid at certain clock speeds/voltages? Meaning if I want to aim for 4GHz now, does that invalidate all the work I've done? Right now I have +15mv for all 4 lanes and that gave me an extra 7 hours of stability over +0mv.

Thanks
post #2 of 15
it means that your oc isn't stable. it didnt show a bsod right?
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it means that your oc isn't stable. it didnt show a bsod right?
I can't think of any situation that would have the cpu running 100% for over 15 hours other than testing the way that he did.

OP:
I think it is safe to say that you will be alright.
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15hrs and then freeze? You are good. I wouldn't worry about it.
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post #5 of 15
Folding 24/7 will not put the same load on a system as stresstesting does. IMO a rig that can handle 15 hours of full load torture can be conciddered stable enough.
So for folding purposes i guess you are in the clear.
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forget using prime use intel burn test fast and easy. btw is that an e0 chip?
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forget using prime use intel burn test fast and easy. btw is that an e0 chip?
Hi,

No BSOD guys, just a freeze with Windows still on the screen. I will try Intel burn test...

It's an E0 chip. Right now running at:

1.375 vcore bios (1.32v windows)
auto fsb v (1.3v auto)
mem 2.2v
NB auto 1.4v
SB auto 1.2v

Just had to do +15mv across all the GLTREF lanes to get it stable that long. Tried +20mv on all lanes to see if it would give stability, but it froze even without Prime95.

Quick question.. if I want to go for higher and I end up increasing VCore, do I need to re-do my GLTREF tweaking or is it set?
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forget using prime use intel burn test fast and easy. btw is that an e0 chip?
Intel burn test? Quick n easy?
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So your running cpu folding over gpu folding?
I just downloaded F@Home.. not exactly sure which program that is. I'm relatively new to folding. Which type of folding is F@H?

Also want stability outside of folding though.
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