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In other news, on my way to a pretty sweet OC. What you guys think? Should I go for 12 with this? XD

Ow, ecchi overload ^^

Anyway, if it passes 15-20 mins of both 1344 and 1792 FFTs + a HyperPI 32M, I'd deem it worthy of a 12h smile.gif
    
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Ow, ecchi overload ^^

Anyway, if it passes 15-20 mins of both 1344 and 1792 FFTs + a HyperPI 32M, I'd deem it worthy of a 12h smile.gif

How do I precisely do a 1344 and a 1792 fft? :3
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How do I precisely do a 1344 and a 1792 fft? :3

Here.. Select custom and just type in the numbers. And how much RAM you will use.

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How do I precisely do a 1344 and a 1792 fft? :3

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Click Custom -> insert FFTs as shown and adjust RAM usage. I chose 6500MB for 8GB RAM.

Same thing substituting 1344 for 1792 when/if the test passes smile.gif
    
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Wow, I'm depressed. Passed 30m with the 1344, but decided to push it to an hour just to be sure and it BSOD after 55m... and I fail the 1792 test like ten minutes in.

Are we just looking for ways to crush hopes and dreams here, because how did we go from using Blend to test these things for the Club to this? Blend test has worked for me for so long, and it tends to translate to real world stability. If I can make hours of Blend, I never BSOD in real world tests.

So what is with these 1344 and 1792 tests that make them translate to real world application that you would use them as a stability test? Because at this venture I'm going to have to put an obscene amount of voltage to beat the 1792 test, and that's ridiculous.
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Wow, I'm depressed. Passed 30m with the 1344, but decided to push it to an hour just to be sure and it BSOD after 55m... and I fail the 1792 test like ten minutes in.

Are we just looking for ways to crush hopes and dreams here, because how did we go from using Blend to test these things for the Club to this? Blend test has worked for me for so long, and it tends to translate to real world stability. If I can make hours of Blend, I never BSOD in real world tests.

So what is with these 1344 and 1792 tests that make them translate to real world application that you would use them as a stability test? Because at this venture I'm going to have to put an obscene amount of voltage to beat the 1792 test, and that's ridiculous.

I discovered that the 1344 and 1792KB FFT's was amongst/if not the hardest of all FFT's to pass, for Sandybridge. They are appart of your usual Blend test. We're talking about Vcore here. I'm not sure if they work so well finding other stability issues than Vcore related ones.

So the thought is, if you can pass these, you have a very good chance of passing the regular Blend preset. From the look of it, it seems the 1792KB FFT is the hardest one, so you can skip the 1344KB FFT.

If you pass the normal preset and not these, it is probably because you typed in more RAM when running 1344 and 1792 FFT's. I always use 6000MB RAM even on the regular preset.
    
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I discovered that the 1344 and 1792KB FFT's was amongst/if not the hardest of all FFT's to pass, for Sandybridge. They are appart of your usual Blend test. We're talking about Vcore here. I'm not sure if they work so well finding other stability issues than Vcore related ones.

So the thought is, if you can pass these, you have a very good chance of passing the regular Blend preset. From the look of it, it seems the 1792KB FFT is the hardest one, so you can skip the 1344KB FFT.

If you pass the normal preset and not these, it is probably because you typed in more RAM when running 1344 and 1792 FFT's. I always use 6000MB RAM even on the regular preset.

I've also found 1792 FFT crashes more than 1344 FFT does, and much quicker too. I usually use 1792 for 20 minutes and 1344 for 10 minutes. If and only if it's stable then I will try a standard blend test for an hour or more.
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So is it still a matter of opinion on whats 24/7 safe? How many people are running their chips around 1.45v? I have been running 4.7ghz 1.375v for a long time. Kind of want to hit 5ghz. I can do it but its a little above 1.45v. Even on water IBT with AVX hit 80c almost instantly lol.

What do you guys think about it?
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Hopefully this is adequate.

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So is it still a matter of opinion on whats 24/7 safe? How many people are running their chips around 1.45v? I have been running 4.7ghz 1.375v for a long time. Kind of want to hit 5ghz. I can do it but its a little above 1.45v. Even on water IBT with AVX hit 80c almost instantly lol.

What do you guys think about it?

Check out the spreadsheet in the OP and compare people's temps/volts/GHz.

I say go for it 5GHz smile.gif Now is as good a time as any! I just wouldn't use IBT/LinX/linpack for testing as it has proven to be inferior to P95's blend test. Furthermore, it's such an unrealistic workload and the temperatures it generates are also insane and unrealistic.

You could argue that the workload of P95 is also unrealistic and that'd be a valid point. But it's certainly much closer to the truth than linpack based apps.
    
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