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Hi,
The last two times I ran P95, I got the BSOD at around the same point - 2hrs, 15min. I didn't pay attention to what it was doing right around then or the BSOD message, and I could run it again, but then I got to wait 2hrs to see where it failed.

I know it isn't:
- Temps
- Voltage (around 1.35)
- Case temps

Any ideas as to what may be going on? Is it a coincidence or is it running a different type of test at that point?

Thanks
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what is the clock speed you are running?

is it doing this at stock speeds? if no, then you have it overclocked too much.
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Hi,
The last two times I ran P95, I got the BSOD at around the same point - 2hrs, 15min. I didn't pay attention to what it was doing right around then or the BSOD message, and I could run it again, but then I got to wait 2hrs to see where it failed.

I know it isn't:
- Temps
- Voltage (around 1.35)
- Case temps

Any ideas as to what may be going on? Is it a coincidence or is it running a different type of test at that point?

Thanks
Why even care about if it's P95 stable? Go use your computer, and play games or something, if it BSOD's, write down the BSOD code, and see what you need to change in your BIOS.
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Why even care about if it's P95 stable? Go use your computer, and play games or something, if it BSOD's, write down the BSOD code, and see what you need to change in your BIOS.
who cares about it?
people who want to be stable so they know they won't crash while gaming.
I am stable, i know i won't crash while gaming.
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who cares about it?
people who want to be stable so they know they won't crash while gaming.
I am stable, i know i won't crash while gaming.
If you want to be "gaming" stable, go play games. Why waste hours running through P95 or LinX?

Go play a game. If it crashes, like I said, it's an easy fix just to look up the BSOD code and fix it.

Being "24Hr P95 stable" is overrated. I'm not saying that it's bad or anything, just a waste of time. THERE IS NO REAL APPLICATION THAT WILL EVER STRESS A CPU AS MUCH AS P95. Go do some real world application like folding.
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Why even care about if it's P95 stable? Go use your computer, and play games or something, if it BSOD's, write down the BSOD code, and see what you need to change in your BIOS.
That isn't a useful reply.
But thanks anyway.
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That isn't a useful reply.
But thanks anyway.
Yes it is, same thing applies for P95 runs, you need to write down the BSOD code and see what it means. Certain codes mean increase VTT, Vcore, etc...
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Yes it is, same thing applies for P95 runs, you need to write down the BSOD code and see what it means. Certain codes mean increase VTT, Vcore, etc...
Yes, I know that. But as I said in my original entry, I didn't want to just do another run and wait for 2 hours, so I was hoping that someone had some other ideas.

Secondly, it isn't useful to assume that people just use their computers for mainly gaming.
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Yes, I know that. But as I said in my original entry, I didn't want to just do another run and wait for 2 hours, so I was hoping that someone had some other ideas.

Secondly, it isn't useful to assume that people just use their computers for mainly gaming.
I'm not assuming, I should had said go use your computer, and if it crashes then write down the code.

As for your last couple crashes, there should be a windows mini dump created from the crash. Find those, look through them, and you should see the crash code.
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