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post #11 of 22
I almost 100% guarantee it's an overclock issue. I can pass linx and ibt all day long but certain work units the a3 core will shutdown, I bet if you lower your overclock you won't get the error.
post #12 of 22
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Originally Posted by jspeedracer View Post
I almost 100% guarantee it's an overclock issue. I can pass linx and ibt all day long but certain work units the a3 core will shutdown, I bet if you lower your overclock you won't get the error.
I get the error instantly. Like after 5 seconds after running FAH. I think it's highly unlikely that my overclock is that unstable that it'll cause FAH to close after 5 seconds.
post #13 of 22
Let it run for 5 minutes, then post the entire log here so we can see it.
I assume the unit is bad and it keeps trying to run it.
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post #14 of 22
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Let it run for 5 minutes, then post the entire log here so we can see it.
I assume the unit is bad and it keeps trying to run it.
I guess it was a bad unit, because it's running fine on SMP now for the last hour again so Off to bed now, will update you guys tomorrow (frikin' timezones)
post #15 of 22
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Still can't do any -bigadvs, keep getting bad WUs. Normal SMP WUs run fine, I think i'll have to wait until after the weekend before asking for a new bigadv WU, since I keep getting the same bad WU over and over again
post #16 of 22
You may think that it's not a memory or overclock problem, but it is
post #17 of 22
No wai you are running 4.0 on stock volts. Screen shots or it didnt happen. Jus saying cause thats a 50 percent increase in clock speed.

try increasing the voltage slightly if this issue doesnt resolve itself.
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post #18 of 22
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You may think that it's not a memory or overclock problem, but it is
Explain 500 Linx stable and 24 hours Memtest86+ stable for me, please.
And again, I cannot repeat this often enough, it ran perfectly for 1 week doing bigadv, and now it crashes _instantly_ on a new bigadv WU. It does normal SMP fine. Or you are going to tell me that my overclock is SMP stable but not bigadv stable, which I find highly unlikely.

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No wai you are running 4.0 on stock volts. Screen shots or it didnt happen.
See signature mate.
post #19 of 22
well the only way to know for sure, is to go back to stock clocks and run the same WU, and see if it errors
post #20 of 22
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well the only way to know for sure, is to go back to stock clocks and run the same WU, and see if it errors
Nice idea, but I just got a different WU and everything is working again like it should
So no unstable overclock here my friends. 4Ghz @ Stock volts with HT on. It's possible. And stable.
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