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K i like this progem, tells me about an error in far less time!

    
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some of the errors on prime could be memory errors.

try running OCCT,Linx and Intel burn tests too.
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K i like this progem, tells me about an error in far less time!

exactly, intelburntest is a lot better than prime 95, what you want is for the result #'s to be exactly the same throughout each test.
    
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exactly, intelburntest is a lot better than prime 95, what you want is for the result #'s to be exactly the same throughout each test.
thank you so much to everyone this helps me out a lot, and will surely decrease my "frustration cigarettes"
    
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also according to your times, it probably would take about 30-45 minutes to do 30 tests, where for me it takes like 11 minutes to do 1 test, lol.
    
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also according to your times, it probably would take about 30-45 minutes to do 30 tests, where for me it takes like 11 minutes to do 1 test, lol.
Most likely because i'm running CAS 6 mem timings?
    
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Most likely because i'm running CAS 6 mem timings?
So am I. ; D I have 8GB of ram so thats probably why.
    
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so having more than 2 channels of memory filled, degrades performance?
    
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so having more than 2 channels of memory filled, degrades performance?
im not sure actually, i have 2 x 4gb sticks. i really dont know why it takes forever for me, but in the end, i dont mind it because then i know my stuff is stable.
    
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Something that could very well happen in a 24 hour test>
The aircon or hvac kicks on, sister uses the hair dryer, mom uses the microwave, etc.
All at the same time = circuit overload.

Have you ever seen the lights dim in house sometimes?
This can cause of an OC fail.
If you don't have a regulated power supply it can fail.
Not at all saying it is your fail cause at times, just thought I'd share that.

Have you ever tried Coretemp http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/
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