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what's 720BE stock voltage? i can't remember since it's been overclocked from the very beginning..
i think it was 1.325 or something like that, have a hard time remembering it:O
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Originally Posted by kromar View Post
i think it was 1.325 or something like that, have a hard time remembering it:O
Yup, 1.325v.

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just installed it.. what is that?
LinX is a Linpack stress tester. It's a benchmark designed to measure performance on CPUs in GFlops. But it's also a very useful tool for checking the stability of a CPU.
Edited by Willhemmens - 9/15/09 at 12:23pm
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i think it was 1.325 or something like that, have a hard time remembering it:O
lol yea, same here.. ite, doing prime95 3.6ghz, 1.3375v..
1 step volt higher than stock with 800mhz different speed..
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the problem with p95 blend is that it takes about 9-10hours for a full FFT cycle so 4-6 hours is not nearly enough to test all FFT's.
i think it would be much better to test each FFT for about 5 minutes which will take about 3hours for a full cycle and let it run 2-3 loops for a full stability test:O
The main reason Blend often picks errors not found by other tests is that it tests CPU, NB and RAM by using lots of different sized FFT's.
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The main reason Blend often picks errors not found by other tests is that it tests CPU, NB and RAM by using lots of different sized FFT's.
exactly and when you only run the default blend for 4-6 hours it will not test all FFT's^^
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dang, suddenly died (not bsod).. is it because of lack of cpu volt or overheat?
Edited by vinzend - 9/15/09 at 12:50pm
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dang, suddenly died (not bsod).. is it because of lack of cpu volt or overheat?
A sudden die can be alot of things depending on the task you are doing.
It could be:
CPU
GPU
RAM
PSU.

If your sure its your CPU because of OC'ing it most lightly CPU Voltage or the temperature. These CPU's like coller temps more than higher voltages.

I would try bumping up either fan speeds of voltages.
post #4408 of 6432
it's my cpu.. lol.. actually i was running prime95 3.6ghz at stock volt.. lol..
so i changed it to 1.3375v and now running prime95 blend..
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it's my cpu.. lol.. actually i was running prime95 3.6ghz at stock volt.. lol..
so i changed it to 1.3375v and now running prime95 blend..
Is that a an X4?
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no, X3 720BE.. hard to get X4 20BE stable with asus..
but benchable..
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