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hey munaim, can you put me in for 24-25 hrs stable ?
no the realtemp hours isnt showing. i didnt realize i switched it before i took the pic BUT, you can see its from the same 13 hr run i had.

To dispose of doubt, i can see that the last FFT complete is 25 hours after workers started.
post #7712 of 10702
First time poster. I built my first computer six months ago, now I want to OC it. I'll be posting in this thread hopefully sometime in the next week to get on the list.
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First time poster. I built my first computer six months ago, now I want to OC it. I'll be posting in this thread hopefully sometime in the next week to get on the list.

Welcome! Don't forget to create a sig rig so we can easily see what you've got. thumb.gif

Edit: Don't worry if you don't see it right away, it takes a while to update.
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Hey,
anyone knows how to limit the multiplier in windows?
I would like to see the vcore at which my cpus runs at every multi.
I know its possible because realtemp does something similar with its sensor test, but I haven't found out yet how to do it.
Realtemp even manages to limit it to 800mhz during the test.
Thanks.

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I have an interesting issue, and I was wondering if anyone else here has experienced anything like it.

I was playing Arkham City on Saturday during the day (it was a little hotter outside than normal), and I noticed that my CPU temps were a bit hotter than normal. My load temp was somewhere in the 55-60C range (normally in the 45-50C range). I figured that it was probably due to the hotter weather outside, so I payed it no mind. About an hour later (continuously playing that whole time), I got a 124 BSOD. I figured, whatevs, some random error, rebooted and went back to playing. About 15 more minutes of playing, and WHAM, another 124 BSOD. In the interest of sanity, I opened my window to get some more air in and stopped playing for about an hour. I came back, started playing again, and even though load temps weren't any better, I have had no more problems.

When I first set up the OC, I tested the computer for 14 hours stable, so I'm pretty sure I'm solid. Did I just beat the odds and get two random BSOD in a row (I know munaim has said that the occasional BSOD doesn't indicate instability, but two in a row?), or could my OC be either unstable or degrading (I'm at 1.488V, if it matters)?

Does anyone have any experience and/or advice with this sort of thing?
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Welcome! Don't forget to create a sig rig so we can easily see what you've got. thumb.gif
Edit: Don't worry if you don't see it right away, it takes a while to update.

Thanks, I just updated it. Though it might change because I was considering upgrading the ram from 4 to 8 and getting another 6950 and crossfiring them this week as well.
post #7717 of 10702
When I ran prime95 blend it only used about 50% of my RAM. Should I run it custom or is that fine? And if I run it custom what should I change in the torture test settings?
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When I ran prime95 blend it only used about 50% of my RAM. Should I run it custom or is that fine? And if I run it custom what should I change in the torture test settings?

Like the OP says, you only need to run custom if you plan on using more than that. But if you want to run custom, then you just have to change the amount of RAM being used. That's the "Memory to use" slot. For example, I used 6500MB of memory for my 8GB system.
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Like the OP says, you only need to run custom if you plan on using more than that. But if you want to run custom, then you just have to change the amount of RAM being used. That's the "Memory to use" slot. For example, I used 6500MB of memory for my 8GB system.

Alright, I was confused about the quote about using 80-90% of your RAM. I just ran it custom without changing any of the other settings at 6500 for my 8gb. I'm testing 4.6 right now at 1.32v so we'll see how it goes.
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I have an interesting issue, and I was wondering if anyone else here has experienced anything like it.

I was playing Arkham City on Saturday during the day (it was a little hotter outside than normal), and I noticed that my CPU temps were a bit hotter than normal. My load temp was somewhere in the 55-60C range (normally in the 45-50C range). I figured that it was probably due to the hotter weather outside, so I payed it no mind. About an hour later (continuously playing that whole time), I got a 124 BSOD. I figured, whatevs, some random error, rebooted and went back to playing. About 15 more minutes of playing, and WHAM, another 124 BSOD. In the interest of sanity, I opened my window to get some more air in and stopped playing for about an hour. I came back, started playing again, and even though load temps weren't any better, I have had no more problems.

When I first set up the OC, I tested the computer for 14 hours stable, so I'm pretty sure I'm solid. Did I just beat the odds and get two random BSOD in a row (I know munaim has said that the occasional BSOD doesn't indicate instability, but two in a row?), or could my OC be either unstable or degrading (I'm at 1.488V, if it matters)?

Does anyone have any experience and/or advice with this sort of thing?


 

It's entirely possible that Batman: Arkham City loads your system memory and GPU in such a way that introduces instability into your system that wasn't there in P95 stress testing.

 

It's also possible that your stability is not necessarily CPU temperature related, but controller temperature related. In other words, your OC was stable in lower ambient temperature situations but at higher ambient temperatures your memory controller gets too hot and causes the BSOD.

 

If you have this happen often when placing Batman: A.C. then I'd suggest that you use the game as your stress test and tweak your OC to be Batman: A.C. stable as well as Prime95 stable.

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