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That's kinda why I wanted you to get the above listed programs, because CPU-Z will often times not report voltages fast enough to catch the spikes. I have at times only caught the spikes if I load CPU-Z immediately after I get into windows. I think the ms reporting number for CPU-Z isn't that fast. But CPUID HWMonitor will catch those voltages that are reported in ms and add it to the max voltage listings.

CPU-Z doesn't record min/max voltage and is the reason why I use CPUID HWMonitor/HWiNFO64.

I kinda prefer HWiNFO64 cause it tells you everything to the T about your system. Even memory and GPU memory temperatures.
Edited by SunTzu83 - 4/26/12 at 12:24am
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Lol 27 BSODS, my POOR C:Drive

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Btw ***GRATS*** @TheMindAtLarge smile.gif
    
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That's kinda why I wanted you to get the above listed programs, because CPU-Z will often times not report voltages fast enough to catch the spikes. I have at times only caught the spikes if I load CPU-Z immediately after I get into windows. I think the ms reporting number for CPU-Z isn't that fast. But CPUID HWMonitor will catch those voltages that are reported in ms and add it to the max voltage listings.
CPU-Z doesn't record min/max voltage and is the reason why I use CPUID HWMonitor/HWiNFO64.

Good one, will do. Thanks for the tip smile.gif
    
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Had 26 hours Prime stable... walked out of the room and bam 101. I'm hittin' 1.512v for my 5.0 Ghz, I think I'll back down to 4.9 frown.gif

Dang how many hours do you need dude? 24 wasn't enough? Trying to make sure it won't mess up when folding?

I need rock solid smile.gif doing folding at 5.0 to check the stability now.

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@ET900
If you have 8 gigs, open task manager before you set your custom memory usage to see how much you are currently using. However, I have found that no matter how much memory I am using, if I set Prime95 to use 7200MB of my memory, it will pretty much dominate the memory and whatever programs that were claiming it before the test and have been kicked out by Prime95, so Prime95 kinda overwrites it. This is ok by me because I close/end ALL unnecessary programs before I test and even disconnect my internet and end any "updating" processes through task manager etc.
I usually set it 7000-7200mb on my memory, but sometimes the results will be different depending of what is still using memory and what's not. Usually if you can get your max memory during testing to be 7.2 - 7.3GB in task manager then that's high enough and good with some memory to spare and move around.
I've had a problem with my profile that was 12+ Prime blend stable and fail for the "Super Stable Submission" because I used at least 90% of my memory, and got a 0x124 code, which is kinda strange because my voltage passed a normal Prime blend, but not a custom one. I up'd my voltage by one and after nearly 11 hours, instead of a BSOD I got a worker failed, which means I am close. So hopefully if I up the voltage again by one more, it will pass. If not, then I might have to spend even more time adjusting other possibilities.
It usually takes I think 17+ hours, or more to test ALL FFT's 8-4096.
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@ET900
Adding to everything SunTzu83 said, if you get a worker fail instead of bsod, it's likely to be vcore.

The submission criteria for this club is 90+ i generally do 97/98. SunTzu83 above explained it well.

Yeh I have 8GB and I set P95 to use 7300MB which gave me mostly around 7.95GB usage so I suppose I got that about right. I also closed antivirus, MSI Afterburner, unplugged internet etc etc. What about running Prime95 in Safe Mode, is that viable? I might try setting it to use a little less memory next time so I can actually use the computer to watch a video or something lol. I don't have a tv or anything so I need the computer for entertainment a lot of the time in the evenings. That's why I hate the idea of not being able to use my computer for so many hours :/ Anyway, I just checked my computer from the first custom blend lastnight where all I did different from a normal blend test was change the RAM usage to 7300MB and it made it 7 hours and 50 minutes and then the 4th worker failed. It was still running the first 3 workers when I checked it so no blue screen. Not bad for the first go at it. I'm also hoping I just need a touch more Vcore or it's gonna end up being a whole load of messing about with PLL and VCCIO which could mean it takes weeks before I pass this custom Blend test!

Thanks for the help guys and good luck with getting yours stable SunTzu83 thumb.gif
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@BabyModR
That's kinda why I wanted you to get the above listed programs, because CPU-Z will often times not report voltages fast enough to catch the spikes. I have at times only caught the spikes if I load CPU-Z immediately after I get into windows. I think the ms reporting number for CPU-Z isn't that fast. But CPUID HWMonitor will catch those voltages that are reported in ms and add it to the max voltage listings.
CPU-Z doesn't record min/max voltage and is the reason why I use CPUID HWMonitor/HWiNFO64.
I kinda prefer HWiNFO64 cause it tells you everything to the T about your system. Even memory and GPU memory temperatures.

Yeah that's why I've recently started using HWMonitor too. However even at extreme LLC, my system seems to stay within the vcore fluctuation of +/- 0.01 which is very much acceptable. That's why I'm curious about these extreme spikes which people talked about.

Congratz to TheMindAtLarge biggrin.gif

@ET900: Getting close my friend. As strange as it sounds worker fail is a good sign. thumb.gif
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@ET900: Getting close my friend. As strange as it sounds worker fail is a good sign. thumb.gif

Thanks man smile.gif Yeh you're right becuase it means things aren't failing hard enough to cause a lockup/blue screen so not far to go! I also just found out something very cool! I checked out this link from the rules section on the front page: http://www.overclock.net/t/968053/official-the-sandy-stable-club-guides-voltages-temps-bios-templates-inc-spreadsheet/7289#post_16468217 (Post 7289) and decided to do a custom test exactly like you do with 1344 & 1792 FFT's, but with 2688 FFT size min/max. The 4th worker failed within a minute. So getting it to pass this custom test also is probably a good idea before a custom blend test.
Edited by ET900 - 4/26/12 at 3:20am
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However even at extreme LLC, my system seems to stay within the vcore fluctuation of +/- 0.01 which is very much acceptable. That's why I'm curious about these extreme spikes which people talked about

Just an example that I saw through CPU-Z with LLC=1, offset +0.010:
Bios Vcore: 1.392 CPUZ Vcore under load: 1.400 (average), but I saw a 1.456 spike....

I couldn't believe it, I'd never seen a variance that big in the droops/drops/spikes before. Only seems to happen at LLC=1 on my board.
    
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With my board (ASUS P8Z68-V Pro/GEN3) having LLC on High I see voltage jumps from 1.320-1.356 under heavy load with offset voltage. I am now trying LLC on Ultra High because I want my idle voltage a bit lower. I remember when I first got this board I was testing out LLC with manual voltage and Ultra High and Extreme were the only LLC settings that made the voltage spike higher than what I'd set it to. Now I'm using offset that isn't as important to me but just thought that might be useful info for anyone with the same board as me who is wondering about LLC...
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Had 26 hours Prime stable... walked out of the room and bam 101. I'm hittin' 1.512v for my 5.0 Ghz, I think I'll back down to 4.9 frown.gif

Dang how many hours do you need dude? 24 wasn't enough? Trying to make sure it won't mess up when folding?

I need rock solid smile.gif doing folding at 5.0 to check the stability now.

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Ha, the tapatalk update turned the sigs back on.

Let us know if she holds up folding.
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