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lol those temps are getting a little too hot, after 12hours it would hit 90+ for sure.

Do you think? On my 4.9 GHz run the max temp was only 1C more after 12hrs than it was after the first hour. Either way its too hot...lol. biggrin.gif
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Thanks munaim1. I've added MK-I to my profile and feel free to check it out.

For the VID, I'm still a little oblivious on what that is and if 1.4262 is too high for long-term stability.

Thanks.

VID is not the same as vcore so you don't have to worry about that at all. You load voltage in CPU-Z is what you're really getting and if you want to be even more accurate find the points on the motherboard and get a multimeter lol smile.gif


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Do you use the sleep function?
I remember that on earlier BIOS reversions that the sleep function was disrupted due to enabling PLL overvoltage, however as you probably already know PLL Overvoltage is usually for those that are overclocking higher than 4.6+ so it was one or the other. I know that the issue has been fixed with a BIOS reversion but I'm just wondering, have you at all updated your BIOS since you got the motherboard?
Just a thought... smile.gif

No sleep function (if you're talking about in Windows). I just tried disabling PLL overvoltage and it got stuck at the Windows logo.

UPDATE: crashed 15mins into 1792 test frown.gif

Run it again and see if it fails again.
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If I read your rig right, that's on a liquid cooler? Man that's hot.

Yes. That's with a closed case, H100, stock fans, and 3 day old AS5. I don't really mind running the voltage that high (1.472v) but I need to get it a little cooler.
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VID is not the same as vcore so you don't have to worry about that at all. You load voltage in CPU-Z is what you're really getting and if you want to be even more accurate find the points on the motherboard and get a multimeter lol smile.gif
Run it again and see if it fails again.

Now it crashed like 30 seconds into it @ 1.55 PLL and 6500mb RAM.
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VID is not the same as vcore so you don't have to worry about that at all. You load voltage in CPU-Z is what you're really getting and if you want to be even more accurate find the points on the motherboard and get a multimeter lol smile.gif
Run it again and see if it fails again.

Now it crashed like 30 seconds into it @ 1.55 PLL and 6500mb RAM.

lol that's why I say they're inconsistent tongue.gif

Now forget all about the 'custom' FFT's and concentrate on a standard blend with upto 90% RAM. smile.gif
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lol that's why I say they're inconsistent tongue.gif
Now forget all about the 'custom' FFT's and concentrate on a standard blend with upto 90% RAM. smile.gif

So I should leave my settings the same? (1.5 or 1.55?) and go for an all-nighter again? For "standard blend with up to 90% RAM", how does one set that up in p95?
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lol that's why I say they're inconsistent tongue.gif
Now forget all about the 'custom' FFT's and concentrate on a standard blend with upto 90% RAM. smile.gif

So I should leave my settings the same? (1.5 or 1.55?) and go for an all-nighter again?

at which value did you find that the prime duration lasted longer? if it's 1.5 or 1.55v then use that amount and continue with the vcore and 12hour testing.

I hope you're using small increments thumb.gif
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at which value did you find that the prime duration lasted longer? if it's 1.5 or 1.55v then use that amount and continue with the vcore and 12hour testing.
I hope you're using small increments thumb.gif

it survived 1.5PLL for 20 mins 1344 PLUS 15 mins 1792, then @ 1.55PLL it only survived 30secs of 1792.

So, I'd leave it @ 1.5 and try vcore 1.435 maybe?
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at which value did you find that the prime duration lasted longer? if it's 1.5 or 1.55v then use that amount and continue with the vcore and 12hour testing.
I hope you're using small increments thumb.gif

it survived 1.5PLL for 20 mins 1344 PLUS 15 mins 1792, then @ 1.55PLL it only survived 30secs of 1792.

So, I'd leave it @ 1.5 and try vcore 1.435 maybe?

yeah,

EDIT:

Just try 1.5v again and see if it produces the same results.
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yeah,
EDIT:
Just try 1.5v again and see if it produces the same results.

Just to be clear, 1.5v PLL and the same vcore (1.425) I used after it crashed after 20m of 1344 followed with 15m of the 1792?
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