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Have you tried running blend test in orthos or large ffts? Does it pass if you have?
Yeah, your SPP (northbridge) is good to go. Have you tried running occt. I would run the small data set using it for 2 hours on custom then run it for 2 hours on the large data set. If it doesn't pass the large data set it has something to do with your memory or board stability.
I have OCCT 3.0...It passed. Should I get the older version? I didnt see a large/small variant in the newer version.

I DID run the Orthos small FFts for 19 hours.
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I have OCCT 3.0...It passed. Should I get the older version? I didnt see a large/small variant in the newer version.

I DID run the Orthos small FFts for 19 hours.
No the newer version works great. If you passed large fft's for 2 hours then I'll have to think on this some more .

Edit: Yeah, I saw that you ran orthos for 19 hours small fft's it doesn't mean that your system is stable neccessarily because you pretty much stressing just the cpu and not the board or memory that's why I asked about blend test and large fft's.
Edited by hout17 - 2/19/09 at 11:56pm
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It's not necesarry with the older versions aslong as other programs is running stable. Anyways you can still do, but it won't make any big difference
    
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I will try Large FFts tonight
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Yeah small FFt's produce more heat so that you can make that last little bit of instability show it's ugly face
Edited by tbates1244 - 2/20/09 at 12:13am
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Yeah Large FFt's produce more heat so that you can make that last little bit of instability show it's ugly face
Well haha the thing is, ive always gotten higher temps with small ffts
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Well haha the thing is, ive always gotten higher temps with small ffts
In my experience large fft's doesn't cause more heat than small fft's but my nb on my dfi in which I can monitor it's temp in smart guardian gets pretty hot. Open up Occt and click on large ffts and down on the bottom occt tells you what that particular data set is designed to test for. If you have anymore questions let us know we are here to help .
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I fixed it. small fft's is what I meant. I think I need a little old fashioned sleep. my bad.

Good luck

EDIT: As a side note a have never run large fft's actually so I don't even know what temps it produces or why I said that. I need to sleep
Edited by tbates1244 - 2/20/09 at 12:20am
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In my experience large fft's doesn't cause more heat than small fft's but my nb on my dfi in which I can monitor it's temp in smart guardian gets pretty hot. Open up Occt and click on large ffts and down on the bottom occt tells you what that particular data set is designed to test for. If you have anymore questions let us know we are here to help .
I see so the Large FFTS put more pressure on the NB? mm interesting!
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NB is holding up strong @ 1840FSB, Running Large FFTS and furmark with 8xMSAA

1 hour stable @ 4125mhz 1.47v!!

Yes, I am making my way to 1.5vcore. Load temps are great, most of the time in the mid 50s, spiked to 58-59. Unbelievable temps on this little puppie after coming from a Q6600 hehe.
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