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post #31 of 1922
I found that for my CPU to go for 4.2Ghz it needs 1.41V for it to be stable..with max temps hit after 13 hours of prime, intelburntest and linx -- 73 C. So for that nice 50% overclock I am scared for not damaging the socket ( Foxcon ... ) so I am returning to a safer plase on 4Ghz with 1.2875V , stable on everything with max temps never exceeding 59 C
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post #32 of 1922
can I be added to the list?

Chowtyme2 : 4.002GHz "20x200" @1.28v , Prime 95, Gaming, Folding@home
post #33 of 1922
Add me please...

3.4Ghz 36 hrs Prime95 stable.
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post #34 of 1922
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Add me please...

3.4Ghz 36 hrs Prime95 stable.
please do indicate the voltage thanks.
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post #35 of 1922
you couldnt have just piggy backed on the i5 750 club? whole new club for the same flippin thing seems kinda pointless..
post #36 of 1922
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no it does not seem pointless, 'coz many people prefer the specific chips when they compare their OC with others. The two chips may sound the same, but their vary in performance/temperature when overclocking.
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post #37 of 1922
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Originally Posted by Ddreder View Post
you couldnt have just piggy backed on the i5 750 club? whole new club for the same flippin thing seems kinda pointless..
It's not the same, it's exactly 10 better.



I kid, I kid. I know they're very similar, but I suppose there's nothing wrong with starting another group. I mean, how many i7 groups are there? We i5 700s need some support too!
    
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post #38 of 1922
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so many stress testings there are.. i don't know which one should you really use...
1. SuperPi
2. OCCT(CPU: OCCT or CPU: LINPACK)
3. Prime95 (small/large TTL or blend)
4. IntelBurnTest (max or very high)
5. Linx
6. Memtest86+

how many runs do you make? or how long?
what happens if it's stable on the other but on the other tests it isn't?
I'm really confused right now whether my system is really stable coz mine run with no errors in IBT 20 pass maximum but with OCCT Linpack it had errors within 5 mins. SuperPi and memtest86+ is fine. Prime 95 1 hr blend is fine.

could you post the stress tests you have done and can you define how stable is what you call stable based on stress tests and on real applications?
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post #39 of 1922
Quote:
Originally Posted by tjbridge View Post
so many stress testings there are.. i don't know which one should you really use...
1. SuperPi
2. OCCT(CPU: OCCT or CPU: LINPACK)
3. Prime95 (small/large TTL or blend)
4. IntelBurnTest (max or very high)
5. Linx
6. Memtest86+

how many runs do you make? or how long?
what happens if it's stable on the other but on the other tests it isn't?
I'm really confused right now whether my system is really stable coz mine run with no errors in IBT 20 pass maximum but with OCCT Linpack it had errors within 5 mins. SuperPi and memtest86+ is fine. Prime 95 1 hr blend is fine.

could you post the stress tests you have done and can you define how stable is what you call stable based on stress tests and on real applications?
Just to point out that SuperPi is a benchmark not a stress test. Not very stressfull at all, it's more of a very short sprint race to see how fast it can go. Memtest86+ is purely a RAM test.
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post #40 of 1922
Here's what I do. Everyone has their own "routine" but here's mine:

(Make sure you're watching temps while running these tests, and turn off your screensaver, and monitor's sleep mode!)

~50-100 passes of LinX with a problem size of 5000. Small "burst" tests make sure your CPU doesn't crash when switching between load and idle.
~20 passes if Intel Burn Test set to Maximum. This will REALLY heat up your CPU, and it's definitely the worst case scenario!
~3 hours of Prime95 on the "In Place FFTs" setting.
~5 hours of Prime95 on the "Blend" setting. This will test lots of memory, and pretty much everything. Sometimes I just leave this test running, until I go to bed.
~ Folding@home (SMP CPU) overnight. It's a bit easier on temps, so I feel better leaving it on overnight, but it is still really good at catching errors.

If you're getting errors, and it could be RAM related, then Memtest is a good test, but it can give false positives if your CPU is unstable. So only run it once you get your CPU stable, and you're tweaking RAM.

Also, I'd stay away from OCCT. That program has given me (and lots of others) too many false errors, and I just don't trust it anymore.
    
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