Originally Posted by Sh0mE
im finished testing with prime95, and all 3 test with no error max temp when test in-place large FFTs was about 67c, and cpu was stable, first test go swiftly no change in temp and no over 3.2ghz, voltage around 1.32, blend test last whole night no error with ram and no error with cpu, everything so cool. So i will only try little more cpu speed but i guess it is not recommended because max temp go to 66c, and maybe it is not good to i test my cooler any more, so thanks for all, Although i resolved this
I know we have a language barrier, but what is the highest temperature after running the Small FFTs
test? Not the Blend test, and not the Large, in-place FFTs test, but the Small FFTs test? If the temp got to 67Â°C with the Large, in-place FFTs, then it is very, very likely that the temperatures are getting into the 70s with the Small FFTs test.
Also, when you're basically finished overclocking, be absolutely sure to make the overclock rock-solid stable by making it stable enough to do the following:
- Approximately 12 hours of the Small FFTs test
- Approximately 6-8 hours of the Blend Test
- Approximately 4-6 hours of the Large, in-place FFTs
- Approximately 7-10 runs in Memtest (one run is when Memtest does all 8 runs once).
- About 50-100 runs with LinX using the maximum amount of memory by clicking the button labeled "All".
You see, if you don't make absolutely sure that it can do this, then there's a chance that you could be frustrated by instability at a later date and not know why. You might catch yourself saying things like, "my overclock was stable, but now I'm having problems. What is causing it?" So, prevent that by doing this. But when you run the test, do not allow yourself to multitask. The computer must be left alone while the tests are running so the tests can be as accurate as possible.
Also, any instability is not good for the CPU, nor is it good for the entire system. It adds extra stress, and it shortens the life of the CPU.
Regarding Memtest: download the .ISO file
, and then burn the ISO image to a disc using Active@ ISO Burner Free 2.0