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FFT? Not familiar with the term/
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FFT? Not familiar with the term/
It's the setting in Prime 95.
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FFT? Not familiar with the term/

Lol.

Fast Fourier Transform
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Lol.

Fast Fourier Transform
That's what prime does? I thought it was calculating prime numbers or something. lol
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Do any of you guys find that small FFTs is the best way of finding instability of the CPU? I was playing around with the settings, and I got to one that was completely stable on the large FFTs but crashed within a few minutes of starting up small FFTs.

I think that the smaller FFT sizes run entirely within the CPU cache, and the larger ones work more with system RAM. The temperatures are definitely higher for small FFTs.
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Decent stability and temp test --> Small FFT

BEST system stability test --> custom blend with all of your available RAM used

BEST temp test --> IBT
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I fully miss the point of IBT.
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Decent stability and temp test --> Small FFT

BEST system stability test --> custom blend with all of your available RAM used
My system seemed stable on custom blend with >90% of RAM used, then I ran small FFTs and it crashed in a couple minutes.
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I fully miss the point of IBT.
It's a decent stability test. From what I've heard, it's better at finding instability with the CPU than prime, but prime is better at finding instability with the memory.
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IN MY OPINION: IBT is best when you have started working on a new overclock and want to test stability quick. And for extreme temps if you care about those.
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IN MY OPINION: IBT is best when you have started working on a new overclock and want to test stability quick. And for extreme temps if you care about those.
For me it crashed about as quickly as prime 95 small FFTs. It gets really hot, though.
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