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Yeh, of course.

Also, I was doing some prime 95 large ftt testing on stock speed and it ran for 2 hours. The computer shut down after this. Is this normal?

Regarding Linx whats the optimal problem size and memory I should be running at?
What do you mean it shut down?

Run Linx at max memory.
    
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What do you mean it shut down?

Run Linx at max memory.
The computer shut down.

Alright, thanks.
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I know i haven't got a Core i3

But my Core i5 is currently at 1.40v in BIOS under Water
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I know i haven't got a Core i3

But my Core i5 is currently at 1.40v in BIOS under Water
Awesome, but you are sure gonna fry that chip at that vcore! Yikes!
But then again these chips are relatively cheap haha.
Nice overclock, as soon as I get my TEC chiller ill be seeing those voltages again ha.
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Awesome, but you are sure gonna fry that chip at that vcore! Yikes!
But then again these chips are relatively cheap haha.
Nice overclock, as soon as I get my TEC chiller ill be seeing those voltages again ha.
I've lowered the voltage

and still running Linx (Intel Burn)

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Very nice, those are definitely some awesome voltages if you can keep it stable!
diggin it!
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The computer shut down.

Alright, thanks.
I don't see any options in Prime to shut down when complete, so I'm going to have to say it probably blue screened. Can you check the Windows event log and see if anything happened?
    
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I've lowered the voltage

and still running Linx (Intel Burn)

Nice OC and great voltage!

Don't forget to run IBT and Linux at max memory, otherwise you're not getting max stress.
    
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I don't see any options in Prime to shut down when complete, so I'm going to have to say it probably blue screened. Can you check the Windows event log and see if anything happened?
Sorry, I wasnt being specific. I wasnt there when it happened, but my brother said the computer basically rebooted itself.

The only significant event logs that I see that happened during the time of the reboot while prime95 was running are as follows (I dont know what you specifically want, so ill give you the general description):
1. unexpected shutdown (error)
2. The system has rebooted without cleanly shutting down first. This error could be caused if the system stopped responding, crashed, or lost power unexpectedly (critical) <-- probably the one your looking for?
3. The following boot-start or system-start driver(s) failed to load (i dont have a cd or dvd rom drive right now)
4. and a bunch of small
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Sorry, I wasnt being specific. I wasnt there when it happened, but my brother said the computer basically rebooted itself.

The only significant event logs that I see that happened during the time of the reboot while prime95 was running are as follows (I dont know what you specifically want, so ill give you the general description):
1. unexpected shutdown (error)
2. The system has rebooted without cleanly shutting down first. This error could be caused if the system stopped responding, crashed, or lost power unexpectedly (critical) <-- probably the one your looking for?
3. The following boot-start or system-start driver(s) failed to load (i dont have a cd or dvd rom drive right now)
4. and a bunch of small
That's a BSOD (unless your house lost power, which is unlikely). You said it did that under stock settings? I thought that was only an AMD issue.
Edited by AyeYo - 3/18/10 at 8:43am
    
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