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This thread would be much more valuable if there was a defined stability requirement - perhaps 3 hrs prime 95 (small fft). I don't really care to see overclocks that are only good for boot into windows.
    
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Try enabling PLL Overvoltage in the BIOS. It's only in the recent beta BIOS AFAIK, so you'll have to update to that. Once I enabled that, I cruised past 47x.
Thanks! I haven't been able to get past 46/47 so I'll try that aswell!
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This thread would be much more valuable if there was a defined stability requirement - perhaps 3 hrs prime 95 (small fft). I don't really care to see overclocks that are only good for boot into windows.
Excellent suggestion. 4 hours of small ftt's or 20 runs max ram on the new linpack would be a good start.
    
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I'm at 4.6GHz with 1.27V now.
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This thread would be much more valuable if there was a defined stability requirement - perhaps 3 hrs prime 95 (small fft). I don't really care to see overclocks that are only good for boot into windows.
Most ppl wont go back and do that now since they are already in the list
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Most ppl wont go back and do that now since they are already in the list
That's why you wipe them from the list or go create a new list

I'd be perfectly fine with waiting until the new linpack becomes standard before doing anything

Here's my vision:
20+ passes with some defined amount of memory sounds good. Everybody has varying amounts of memory, so I don't like the idea of saying max memory because then you make it a different test for each person. How about 20+ passes and 3000MB memory?!

Direct download link to specified version of Linpack on OP - none of this mediafire / softpedia popup add trash...

Would be made even better by a CPU-Z release that reads load voltage accurately for all boards
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That's why you wipe them from the list or go create a new list

I'd be perfectly fine with waiting until the new linpack becomes standard before doing anything

20+ passes with some defined amount of memory sounds good. Everybody has varying amounts of memory, so I don't like the idea of saying max memory. How about 20+ passes and 3000MB memory?!
what exactly is wrong with the current intel burn test? I mean I can run that for 20 passes and I am stable. I even ran prime over night and if im ibt stable im prime stable.
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All the new Linpack does it allow you to use 128 more bits of FP.

FP isn't the weak spot on the SB chips, what small fft hits is...

I don't think linpacks will ever be the "stability" program of choice for SB.


This thread was never meant to be a "whats your stable clocks at".

I had enough faith in humanity not to require any sort of long term stability - was only looking for what people were doing if they fail later on then if they wanted they could update it... Doesn't really matter in the end does it? There was never any induction that these clocks/voltages were required to be fully stable, 24 hours of prime, 32 days of folding@home, was there?

Besides we already have a 5GHz club for SB, anything less than that is foobar.
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All the new Linpack does it allow you to use 128 more bits of FP.

FP isn't the weak spot on the SB chips, what small fft hits is...

I don't think linpacks will ever be the "stability" program of choice for SB.
you are wrong, i had prime and old linx stable at 4.8Ghz with 1.37, with new linx i need 1.39-1.4v to be stable at 4.8... and 5Ghz is no way at air with 128b AVX
so far i need 0.02v more compared with prime small fft
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Maybe you're right, I didn't have any problems with it as I was already stable from prime and folding... the new linpack didn't require anymore voltage than I was already using.
    
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