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Here's my contribution.

i7 2700k at 4.8ghz prime stable so far for 15hours and still going.

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One noobish question about Prime95, what are these FFTs? Whats the difference of small FFT and large FFT?


Small FFTs are literally that, small tests where all of the data fits on the L2 cache of the CPU itself. RAM isn't tested much at all, but they do put a great deal of stress on the Floating Point Unit and do generate significant heat. The FFT lengths for the "Small" is between 8K and 16K.

 

In-place large FFTs generate even more heat and consume a great deal of power and they test your RAM to some extent. The In-place large FFTs are between 128K and 1024K in size. They test 8 MB of memory.

 

The Blend test tests a bit of everything, and places even more stress on your RAM. For an i5, the FFTs range in size between 8K and 4096K (4M) The default is to test 1600 MB of memory.

 

 

You can then customize the tests and change the minimum and maximum FFT lengths, the time to run each FFT size, the amount of memory to use, and whether or not to test the FFTs in-place.

 

For this club, we all use the Blend test.

 

Some of us use the Custom test (with all Blend default settings) and we change the Memory to use to an amount that puts our Physical Memory Used percentage greater than or equal to 90% (which becomes a "super stable" instead of "stable" club submission).

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Here's my contribution.

i7 2700k at 4.8ghz prime stable so far for 15hours and still going.

Motherboard Asus Maximus IV

Ram Corsair Vengeance 16gb

Cooler Noctua NH-D14

I hid your picture in a spoiler link to save space. (Click to show)

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That looks pretty good. You might want to move the CPU-Z window just a bit so that the version number is a little easier to read. :)

 


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That looks pretty good. You might want to move the CPU-Z window just a bit so that the version number is a little easier to read. smile.gif

Yeah you're right, man I need to get a 1080 monitor I don't have enough work space biggrin.gif

I'll take another screenshot

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That looks pretty good. You might want to move the CPU-Z window just a bit so that the version number is a little easier to read. smile.gif

Yeah you're right, man I need to get a 1080 monitor I don't have enough work space biggrin.gif

I'll take another screenshot


Oh, also, include a notepad window that shows your OCN screen name and your type of cooling.

 

Oh yeah, also include another CPU-Z with motherboard and another CPU-Z with RAM information.  Should have 3x CPU-Z, 1x realtemp, 1x notepad, and 1x task manager showing memory (like you have) with Prime95 window visible. :)

 

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Appreciate the info about Prime, will add a note in the OP. Thanks bud +rep


Note to everyone

I try and make updates to the spreadsheet every night, however sometimes I am busy and it's not possible but I will eventually get round to it. Just PM your post and I will add it next time I'm on. Thank you all for your patience and participation in this wonderful thread. thumb.gif
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@Shad0wfax

Appreciate the info about Prime, will add a note in the OP. Thanks bud +rep


 

You're welcome!

 

Please note that the lengths I posted apply to the i5.  I am not sure if there are more than 70 FFT lengths for the i7 or not. It's something that can be confirmed fairly quickly by running Prime95 blend with only 1 worker with 1 minute time per FFT and just copy/pasting results.txt into a post, if it is different than an i-5.

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Oh, also, include a notepad window that shows your OCN screen name and your type of cooling.

Oh yeah, also include another CPU-Z with motherboard and another CPU-Z with RAM information.  Should have 3x CPU-Z, 1x realtemp, 1x notepad, and 1x task manager showing memory (like you have) with Prime95 window visible. smile.gif

I'll do that now but it might hide prime with all of them open lol

edit: Here you go

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Appreciate the info about Prime, will add a note in the OP. Thanks bud +rep


 
You're welcome!

Please note that the lengths I posted apply to the i5.  I am not sure if there are more than 70 FFT lengths for the i7 or not. It's something that can be confirmed fairly quickly by running Prime95 blend with only 1 worker with 1 minute time per FFT and just copy/pasting results.txt into a post, if it is different than an i-5.

Done thumb.gif


UPDATED OP



Just a reminder:
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Rules

Also PLEASE read the small print between each RULE


1. 12 HOURS+* STANDARD BLEND or CUSTOM BLEND with ATLEAST 90% of YOUR AVAILABLE RAM* used

***Check with task manager/performance tab/physical memory for how much AVAILABLE RAM you have. To run Custom BLEND JUST change the amount of RAM from 1600 to 90% of your available***
***xxxxxxxxxxxPrime FFT Length Info: Shad0fax kindly pointed out the importance of running longer than 12hours HERE***
***All workers must be visible (hit the windows tab between options and help in prime and select tile)***



2. MUST have a screenie WHILE UNDER LOAD with your OCN name (notepad etc), CPU-Z 1.57.1+ and REALTEMP 3.67+*!!

***REALTEMP must show the duration of how long it's running, minimum of 12hours same as Prime95 like THIS!!!***
***Z68 GIGABYTE MUST ALSO SHOW EASYTUNE6 (last tab - hwMonitor) or HWiNFO FOR VCORE***
***EVGA USER'S MUST USE THE EVGA E-LEET UTILITY FOR VCORE READINGS***


3. LIST YOUR COOLING (notepad etc) and provide screenie of RAM, VOLTAGE, MOBO INFO via cpu-z and TASK MANAGER*

***TASK MANAGER only if your running custom blend, make sure you show Prime95 process.***



4. Must have a mild overclock 4ghz+

All submissions must follow a similar template like this!!!!
(This is mine before a few rules got amended)

CLICK HERE


IF YOU ANY PROBLEMS WITH THESE RULES PM ME OR POST IT HERE



*****************Standard Blend VS Custom Blend Stability***************** (Click to show)

Stability is hugely subjective, for example leaving a 20/30 tabs open and playing bfbc2 with fraps will surely drain the available RAM, that for someone could be everday usage.

Taking that into account I find that being able to stay stable for scenerio's like that, decreases your chances of getting any kind of bsod, therefore 'MORE' stability, which might be overkill to some but desirable for plenty of people.

On that note, those that have passed the blend run at 1600mb are stable for how they run their rig, for example, gaming 24/7 bfbc2 with no problems, however, it 'may' not be stable for high ram usage scenerio's which could be unlikely for some as they won't be running fraps and have 20/30 tabs open in the background because that's not how they run their rig.

Once you have done a 12hour+ blend whether it be custom or standard blend, there won't be a need to run it again and im pretty certain that you won't get a bsod that relates to unstability of your overclock.

There will ALWAYS be different opinons about this whole stability issue.

This is JUST the stable club, whether you go for, a standard blend or a custom blend you should be stable for what you use it for, stability is stability for your own use. If standard doesn't work for you, then go ahead and do a custom blend, that's the way I see it.

This is the stable thread, that's means general stability and extreme stability, both are included, however those with 8gb+ should really want to be using custom blend rather than normal blend (1600mb)
BUT ITS TOTALLY UPTO YOU!!!

Info regarding Prime FFT's and the total time it takes to complete, (credit Shad0wfax) HERE.


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I'll do that now but it might hide prime with all of them open lol

edit: Here you go

I hid your picture in a spoiler link. (Click to show)

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Heheh, yeah, you sure are running out of space there!  You can see all the important bits though and now you'll get credit for the submission (when munaim1 updates you). Besides, it'd be pretty tough to fake the succession of screenshots that you have, so others could always refer back to your first one with more of Prime95 visible if there were any doubt.

 

That's a nice looking overclock. smile.gif

 

 


 

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1. 12 HOURS+* STANDARD BLEND or CUSTOM BLEND with ATLEAST 90% of YOUR AVAILABLE RAM* used

***Check with task manager/performance tab/physical memory for how much AVAILABLE RAM you have. To run Custom BLEND JUST change the amount of RAM from 1600 to 90% of your available***
***xxxxxxxxxxxPrime FFT Length Info: Shad0wfax kindly pointed out the importance of running longer than 12hours HERE***

 

 

 

I fixed it for you, with just a wee bit of emphasis on the size. wink.gif Thanks for the props!


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