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Donzo

Screenshot accepted, I'll add in a moment.

c0ld

I always recommend running prime without Internet connection and disabling the antivirus. They can sometimes causes implications and that may result in a bsod. I recommend leaving it overnight before you sleep. I try and eliminate as many background processes as possible when running prime, that way you can be a bit more sure of stability rather than having a driver etc cause it.



EDIT: don't change the vcore just yet, try again n this time disable the AV and the Internet. I personally don't use my rig when I'm prime testing.
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FUUUUUUUUUUU BSOD after 10 hours!!

I was listening to music and browsing the web while stressing on prime95. Should I even be using the computer while stressing it?
Try the 1792KB FFT before you start a regular run. Type in 1792 in for min and max FFT's.

If it crash, up Vcore until it passes for at least 15 minutes. Then do the regular test. It is very likely you will pass 12 hours + of the regular preset, if you can pass the 1792KB FFT first.
    
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Donzo

Screenshot accepted, I'll add in a moment.

c0ld

I always recommend running prime without Internet connection and disabling the antivirus. They can sometimes causes implications and that may result in a bsod. I recommend leaving it overnight before you sleep. I try and eliminate as many background processes as possible when running prime, that way you can be a bit more sure of stability rather than having a driver etc cause it.



EDIT: don't change the vcore just yet, try again n this time disable the AV and the Internet. I personally don't use my rig when I'm prime testing.

Great I'll disable antivirus and internet connection tomorrow after I go to work. I haven't changed my vcore, its currently 1.335 in BIOS, I just upped my memory frequency to 1866MHz to run the specified of my DIMs.

I'll update tomorrow with a screenshot. Thanks for the tip

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Try the 1792KB FFT before you start a regular run. Type in 1792 in for min and max FFT's.

If it crash, up Vcore until it passes for at least 15 minutes. Then do the regular test. It is very likely you will pass 12 hours + of the regular preset, if you can pass the 1792KB FFT first.
Ok I'll try this in a sec will update

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Try the 1792KB FFT before you start a regular run. Type in 1792 in for min and max FFT's.

If it crash, up Vcore until it passes for at least 15 minutes. Then do the regular test. It is very likely you will pass 12 hours + of the regular preset, if you can pass the 1792KB FFT first.
Hello does increasing time like 30 minutes instead of 15 is matter ?
Because i passed the 1792KB FFT(15 mn) test but one core failed on my 12 h test at around 5/6h.
Guess on which FFT it failed ?
i had to add offset +0.005 to pass the 12h so it was really close apparently.
Anyway thanks for this tip,it saves a lot of time.
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Try the 1792KB FFT before you start a regular run. Type in 1792 in for min and max FFT's.

If it crash, up Vcore until it passes for at least 15 minutes. Then do the regular test. It is very likely you will pass 12 hours + of the regular preset, if you can pass the 1792KB FFT first.
It did pass ran it for 17min. I guess I'll I have to is wait and try the 12hr run again tomorrow
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Try the 1792KB FFT before you start a regular run. Type in 1792 in for min and max FFT's.

If it crash, up Vcore until it passes for at least 15 minutes. Then do the regular test. It is very likely you will pass 12 hours + of the regular preset, if you can pass the 1792KB FFT first.
interesting i just tried those settings min and max 1792 and 6000MB and got a BSOD 0124 after 30mins. Passed a regular 12hr blend

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Ai Tweaker
Ai Overclock Tuner: Manual
BLCK/PCIE Frequency: 100.0
Turbo Ratio: By All Cores
By All Cores: 48
Internal PLL Voltage: Disabled
Memory Frequency: use the rated speed for your memory
DRAM Timing Control: use the rated timings for your memory
EPU Power Saving MODE: Disabled

Ai Tweaker (in the DIGI+ VRM section)
Load-Line Calibration: Ultra High
VRM Frequency: Manual
VRM Fixed Frequency Mode: 350
Phase Control: Extreme
Duty Control: Extreme
CPU Current Capability: 140%
CPU Voltage: Manual
CPU Voltage: 1.42V
DRAM Voltage: 1.5
VCCSA Voltage: Auto
VCCIO Voltage: 1.15V
CPU PLL Voltage: 1.72V
PCH Voltage: Auto
CPU Spread Spectrum: Enabled

Advanced\\ CPU Configuration
CPU Ratio: Auto
Intel Adaptive Thermal Monitor: Enabled
Active Processor Cores: All
Limit CPUID Maximum: Enabled
Execute Disable Bit: Enabled
Intel Virtualization Technology: Enabled
Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology: Enabled
Turbo Mode: Enabled
CPU C1E: Disabled
CPU C3 Report: Enabled
CPU C6 Report: Enabled
post #2017 of 10699
it's because the memory that's been stressed more.
So you'll need more vcore/VTT(VCCIO) or sometimes more dram voltage even at the stock timings.
Have you checked all your memory with memtest before?
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Maybe he was just on the "line" stable/unstable like me because looks like he passed the 1792 FTT at least once since he did it 30 mn and one run is 15 mn by default.
15mn might not be enough to be "sure".
Anyone knows how many times we go throught the 1792 FFT during a 12h test ?
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Just put my system together this morning/last night and bumped it up to 4.5GHz and it's running fine with no stability issues so far. I did notice that the first core is reading 10 degrees cooler than the next 3 cores. Is this normal? I'm getting 60C on the first core and 70C on the next 3 after a few hours of prime.
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Just put my system together this morning/last night and bumped it up to 4.5GHz and it's running fine with no stability issues so far. I did notice that the first core is reading 10 degrees cooler than the next 3 cores. Is this normal? I'm getting 60C on the first core and 70C on the next 3 after a few hours of prime.
If you look in the sheet, you will see others with similar temp differences between the cores, including me.

Perfectly normal.
    
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