Originally Posted by thlnk3r
Memnoch_thedevil, not sure if you did mention this already but were there problems with the memory when everything was at stock settings? Issues with P95 may indicate an unstable overclock. Did it pass stress testing at stock speeds? Did you verify with memtest that the memory was in fact faulty/failing? What number tests did you run in memtest?
It failed memtest inside of Windows, not the regular version of the test. With everything at stock and the memory at 800 it was fine, but at 1066 it failed. Until the new ram gets here, I am going to just keep working on the undervolt/overclock phase, and then when the new ram comes I am going to test it first via boot memtest to make sure it is good. I just got the video card back today, so hopefully the ram will be next and soon.
For whatever the reason P95 doesn't like me. I can run OCCT and IBT all day long with no errors, but I have always had issues with P95. I have had success with P95 before, I think my longest run before I shut it off was 5-6 hours or so, can't remember, I have the results on the PC somewhere.
I am going to be running it tonight when I go to work, so I will post those results in the morning.
But like I had said before, if i can encode 7 movies to DVD format at the same time that my wife is playing a flash game in firefox, while streaming a movie to my TV in the living room, I don't really think there is a stability issue
Also, a 20 pass IBT on max is pretty reliable as well. That is the latest one I have passed. Perhaps it was my OC originally, I will know for sure when the new ram arrives, because the only thing left that could be causing stability issues when heavily oc'd is the processor..so kind of a process of elimination hehe