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so what your saying is that this test is limited to the cpu only? That would be great to check if instability was caused by the cpu or somthing else. Unlike prime95 were you need to use the BSOD codes to try and identify the issue

Ill run some more tests for you tonight with some unstable settings. Also would you be interested in knowing if ram stability does create any impact on the test? I know you say that it is cpu based and only transfers between the core cache but have you tested for other factors like unstable ram?
Ty, any test is very appreciated, but please focus first on CPU

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Is this only for quad cores?

Will testing it on my 980X give you any usefull information?
if you have time, that can be usefull too!

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So its written to test the stability of a processor on its most basic level (i.e. assembly code processing)? It tests what all the other processing types work off of? Thats BRILLIANT.
If you develop this all the way it will be far and away better than IBT or P95. And coupling it with one or both will be nearly bulletproof for stability testing.

And I agree. I only OC my processor to what I need.
Ive never seen a point in anything above ~3.7Ghz.
Yeah it use assembly and in particular SIMD instruction, the test is generated by an evolutionary tool configured ad hoc
post #12 of 23
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Hi, nobody has seen a failure? even lowering the v-core?
Thank you
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Tried it on my i7 930 with an unstable overclock, it did fail but took a while.
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Tested on my i7-2600K. Used with songbird open and running, and steam open and like 10 FF tabs open. All it said was pass.
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Tried it on my i7 930 with an unstable overclock, it did fail but took a while.
Can you give me some details? fail v-core and if another stress test like IBT or prime fail at same v-core, higher or lower.
Is for report in my thesis.
Thank you very much.
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Programs that cause the temp to increase to crazy levels aren't really testing stability. They are good for testing your cooling, but IBT isn't the end all be all of stability.

I know people are always trying to find easy, quick ways to test stability, but the only way to actually make sure your system is fully stable is to run WCG 24/7. If you get no crashes and your results are without errors then you have a stable system.

I don't get all the people who overclock to these crazy high clocks and then don't actually do something worthwhile with their computing power.
my pc folds all day when i am at work or sleeping, which means it has been folding now for about 33 out of the last 36 hours. I absolutely use my OC all the time.

I will run this test when i get home on my pc.
post #17 of 23
I ran the program, all it said was Pass when it finished.
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Hi, nobody has seen a failure? even lowering the v-core?
Thank you
yes it failed in like 30 sec when i tryed for 4.3ghz but i also noticed its passed on a few overclocks ive never been able to get stable before too like 4.25 it passed on but fails in LINX in like 20 seconds
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how does this work with SB processors?
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yes it failed in like 30 sec when i tryed for 4.3ghz but i also noticed its passed on a few overclocks ive never been able to get stable before too like 4.25 it passed on but fails in LINX in like 20 seconds
Ty for test!
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how does this work with SB processors?
Really don't know any test is welcome!
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