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CPU : 17x200 - 3400 Mhz (Default)
CPU-NB : AUTO (2600 Mhz)
DRAM RATIO : 1:4
DRAM TIMING : 8-8-8-24-32 @ 2T
HT Frequency : 13x200 = 2600 Mhz
CPU-NB VDDC Voltage : 1.2875v
DRAM Voltage : 1.65v

When I start the Everest stability test... It show me this message : "Warning: Hardware failure detected! Test stop..."/Stability test: Finished: -0.1 IPC.. ?
Someone can help me ?
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My temps are a little higher than I would like, CPU is hovering around 61 and my NB is about 64. I've read that resitting the NB heatsink can drop temps substantially, do you guys suggest this?
I noticed I had a hard time getting my NB past 2600 before I replaced the pink gunk off the NB/SB. If and when you do, make sure you put a drop of whatever TIMM you'll be using, instead of spreading it out. When I spread mine out, my NB ended up idling at 80C, which is already the max temp the NB supports.

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Well still no luck it seems, after having prime go for an hour I was going to stop it and when I tried to my computer crashed. I started it back up thinking it might have just been acting up and it crashed again while I was trying to open a game. Weird how it ran on prime95 for an hour. What's my next step in stabilizing my memory? What do I need to play with?
I honestly never found Prime 95 stability for long periods of time. With the same settings, I can be stable for several hours or sometimes just for 10 minutes. If I can play games, multi-task, etc, I'm content with whatever settings I'm using. I've never encountered problems even without Prime95 stability, so I don't try to use Prime 95 as a stability tool. My suggestion to you is to try different stability programs such as LinX, OCCT, AOD (AMD Overdrive) and Everest. Prime 95 stresses your system to a point that you will never be able to reach, so it's not practical to base your system stability on Prime 95. Good luck!
    
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A stable system will pass lynx, prime or whatever you run on it.

I use this box here to play games, work and everyday tasks. There's no way to trust a overclocked computer 24x7 if you cannot pass minutes of stress testing.

Did some crazy prime95 blend runs last week

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I honestly never found Prime 95 stability for long periods of time. With the same settings, I can be stable for several hours or sometimes just for 10 minutes. If I can play games, multi-task, etc, I'm content with whatever settings I'm using. I've never encountered problems even without Prime95 stability, so I don't try to use Prime 95 as a stability tool. My suggestion to you is to try different stability programs such as LinX, OCCT, AOD (AMD Overdrive) and Everest. Prime 95 stresses your system to a point that you will never be able to reach, so it's not practical to base your system stability on Prime 95. Good luck!
Thanks for all the help! I feel like the only reason my system did crash was because my temps were a little high and I exited out of Prime the wrong way. I do agree with you on prime though, it pushes my CPU 10 degrees hotter than what any game really will with maxed out settings. I put the settings back to 7 7 7 20 27 and played on it all morning with no problems. I'm going to do a memtest overnight to make sure it is all good but everything seems to be working!

And regarding NB resitting, even in prime it never got over 65 so I don't think I have to bother with it unless I was going to OC my CPU, but thanks for the advice.
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New question, I google searched for something but couldn't find much. During prime95 testing do you guys turn off anything on your computer? Internet? Security? Also do you set it up so your computer doesn't idle? I had prime running while I was out and after a few minutes with my system the screen idles and I believe windows 7 turns off the internet or something.

Anyways, when I refreshed from idle prime was still running and my CPU temps were only 46C, now that its not idling the temps are climbing back to about 60. Was wondering what you guys do, if anything and if I should force my computer to stay on for a true test?
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Hey everybody,

My friend suggested I visit these boards to fix this problem I'm having with Hypertransport Sync Flood Errors. I've done a little research, and what I'm thinking is that it's due to the fact all my voltages except for DRAM are set to auto. I've tried different settings that i've found, but none seem to work. The most stable I've managed to get the system is a 4 hour run in WoW, the least stable being refusal to boot. I've run memtest, p95, AMD OverDrive stability test, and computer passes everything fine, no lock ups or BSOD's. I'm always crashing in games, autodesk products and benchmarks though.

Here's my system:


CPU: AMD Phenom II x4 955 Black Edition 3.2ghz
Motherboard: MSI 790FX/GD70
Memory: G.Skill 4x2gb DDR3-1333 PC3 10666 @ 7-7-7-21 1.5v
GPU: 2x Asus EAH5770 CUcore 1gb GDDR5 CrossFire
PSU: Corsair CMPSU-750TX 750w
HDD: Seagate 1.5tb HDD
Case: Antec-900
OS: Win 7 Ultimate x64

Anyone know if there are any compatibility problems with any of these products (I couldnt find any while I was deciding what to purchase) or, better yet, anyone know what settings my bios should be at with these parts? lol I'm so new when it comes to this stuff I don't really know much yet. I eventually want to overclock to give me better performance in 3D dev. programs (I know, I should have bought a workstation card, but they're SOOOOOOO expensive). Thanks for any help you guys can provide!
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A stable system will pass lynx, prime or whatever you run on it.

I use this box here to play games, work and everyday tasks. There's no way to trust a overclocked computer 24x7 if you cannot pass minutes of stress testing.
I thought that way before too, but I found out that there are settings that allow you to have a stable usage without any crashes or problems, yet also fail to pass Prime95.


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New question, I google searched for something but couldn't find much. During prime95 testing do you guys turn off anything on your computer? Internet? Security? Also do you set it up so your computer doesn't idle? I had prime running while I was out and after a few minutes with my system the screen idles and I believe windows 7 turns off the internet or something.

Anyways, when I refreshed from idle prime was still running and my CPU temps were only 46C, now that its not idling the temps are climbing back to about 60. Was wondering what you guys do, if anything and if I should force my computer to stay on for a true test?
Is your CnQ setting disabled and Power options as High performance? Usually during Prime95, all your cores go on 100% usage, so there shouldn't be a chance for CnQ to activate. You can go to the power options and change when your monitor/hard drive/system go into sleep mode/hibernation. I'm guessing your system went into sleep mode very quickly.
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Hey everybody,

My friend suggested I visit these boards to fix this problem I'm having with Hypertransport Sync Flood Errors. I've done a little research, and what I'm thinking is that it's due to the fact all my voltages except for DRAM are set to auto. I've tried different settings that i've found, but none seem to work. The most stable I've managed to get the system is a 4 hour run in WoW, the least stable being refusal to boot. I've run memtest, p95, AMD OverDrive stability test, and computer passes everything fine, no lock ups or BSOD's. I'm always crashing in games, autodesk products and benchmarks though.

Here's my system:


CPU: AMD Phenom II x4 955 Black Edition 3.2ghz
Motherboard: MSI 790FX/GD70
Memory: G.Skill 4x2gb DDR3-1333 PC3 10666 @ 7-7-7-21 1.5v
GPU: 2x Asus EAH5770 CUcore 1gb GDDR5 CrossFire
PSU: Corsair CMPSU-750TX 750w
HDD: Seagate 1.5tb HDD
Case: Antec-900
OS: Win 7 Ultimate x64

Anyone know if there are any compatibility problems with any of these products (I couldnt find any while I was deciding what to purchase) or, better yet, anyone know what settings my bios should be at with these parts? lol I'm so new when it comes to this stuff I don't really know much yet. I eventually want to overclock to give me better performance in 3D dev. programs (I know, I should have bought a workstation card, but they're SOOOOOOO expensive). Thanks for any help you guys can provide!
Do you run all your settings on stock settings or do you prefer slightly OCed settings? If you prefer stock, I can give you lower voltages for stock speeds. Otherwise, a slightly OCed rig will use the CPU's stock voltage with a speed of 3.6ghz. Last question: Do you have a C2 or C3 revision of the 955? You can use CPU-Z to check. Google it if you don't have it yet, it will take a major role in OCing help.
    
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I have a C3 955. I eventually want to OC the thing, but right now I just need a stable system lol. I figure I can go through the OC'ing thing with a buddy of mine once the system has stopped with it's constant Hypertransport sync flood errors =D.
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