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No I think the large FFT w/95% loaded memory will give the most heat I use 1344 or 1792 for quick testing. The small FFTs i.e. 8k will increase vcore because it fully loads both cache on die but very little on the IMC/memory which is more fully stressed w/large FFT lengths consequently both IMC & cache are stressed placing higher demand on the proc which in turn = more heat.

I am at work can you post a few minutes of each by chance? Also I duck in on my primes and watch them run for a few minutes every half hour or hour when they run.. Normally my temps are 15 to 20 degrees lower on the large ffts. Maybe I missed these ones but I am pretty OCD about watching my primes for way too long.. I could probably sit and watch the whole 24 hours if my wife wasn't home.

Honestly I never watch it that close I was just assuming based on the demand of proc overall thats why I said, I think, so you may be right doesnt prime say small fft are more cpu intensive and large test more memory. I assumed adding more demand on proc IMC plus some cache would be more stressfull but maybe you are right. Besides when I test thermals I go with IBTnot prime. I have better things to do than stare at the screen while running prime lol

Im at work too from Nexus 7

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No I think the large FFT w/95% loaded memory will give the most heat I use 1344 or 1792 for quick testing. The small FFTs i.e. 8k will increase vcore because it fully loads both cache on die but very little on the IMC/memory which is more fully stressed w/large FFT lengths consequently both IMC & cache are stressed placing higher demand on the proc which in turn = more heat.

Hmmm, so what is your comment on the discussion above that the 8K FFT produces the most heat?
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I am at work can you post a few minutes of each by chance? Also I duck in on my primes and watch them run for a few minutes every half hour or hour when they run.. Normally my temps are 15 to 20 degrees lower on the large ffts. Maybe I missed these ones but I am pretty OCD about watching my primes for way too long.. I could probably sit and watch the whole 24 hours if my wife wasn't home.

keep that up, and she wont be home soon enough ...LOL .. jk jk
i did notice if i run prime normally, 15 min cycles etc, after about 40 min i think those little 8k fft's show up,
then i see my temps go up too, but if i run 24H prime, theres some time where the temps go up again a bit,
not sure what fft's that are tho, or if it just focushes on other parts of the cpu..
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keep that up, and she wont be home soon enough ...LOL .. jk jk
i did notice if i run prime normally, 15 min cycles etc, after about 40 min i think those little 8k fft's show up,
then i see my temps go up too, but if i run 24H prime, theres some time where the temps go up again a bit,
not sure what fft's that are tho, or if it just focushes on other parts of the cpu..

8K FFTs start at 30min mark for me atleast.
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keep that up, and she wont be home soon enough ...LOL .. jk jk
i did notice if i run prime normally, 15 min cycles etc, after about 40 min i think those little 8k fft's show up,
then i see my temps go up too, but if i run 24H prime, theres some time where the temps go up again a bit,
not sure what fft's that are tho, or if it just focushes on other parts of the cpu..

Well the 12k fft comes around later and since the temps from stress are almost identical but the cpu cooler is heated up and the ambients are higher inside the case at this point it is able to push the max temp another degree or two unless you are overkill on the cooling and in that case it may not even budge. I have seen this happen as well von dutch but since everything is logged and time stamped in the prime95 log file I was able to go back and look up what set I was on when it happened. I will take a look into this large fft thing later. I have seen where prime95 says "maximum heat large fft" but I will have to check. Maybe I will learn something tonight and have to rep owcraftsman but not till I test it out tongue.gif
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8K FFTs start at 30min mark for me atleast.


your computer is faster them mine then ... biggrin.gif
maybe i should have said 30-40 min, srry, was a about that time not exact on the minute wink.gif
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your computer is faster them mine then ... biggrin.gif
maybe i should have said 30-40 min, srry, was a about that time not exact on the minute wink.gif

Pretty sure it is 15 minutes per FFT size at default settings, nothing to do with your computer speed smile.gif
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I'm having trouble getting my i5 2500k @4.6ghz stable. I'm doing a custom P95 test 1344 FFT size, 7000MB out of my 8GB of RAM, 1 minute per FFT size. Almost immediately after starting the test (< 1 minute), I blue screen with the x124 error. I read that this has to do with the CPU PLL voltage so I tried messing around with that. I tried using 1.75; 1.65; 1.7; 1.85; 1.9; and 1.5 for the CPU PLL voltage, but crashed very quickly every single time. Can someone tell me what I'm doing wrong?

My system seemed stable at a 45 multiplier (1.285vcore ; 1.75 CPU PLL voltage). Passed 15 minutes of 1344 FFT and 15 minutes of 1792 FFT directly after that.

CPU core voltage = 1.285v
Spread spectrum disabled
C1E enabled
EIST enabled
CPU PLL overvoltage disabled

Edit: Okay, so I upped my core voltage from 1.285 to 1.3 (kept the 1.5 PLL voltage) and it seemed to have helped. Instead of crashing immediately after I start the test, I can do the 1344 P95 test for ~3 minutes until I get BSOD x124. Will now try and up the PLL voltage to 1.65 and see what happens.

Edit 2: No luck either with 1.3vcore/ 1.65 CPU PLL. sadsmiley.gif Lasted ~3 minutes before my computer crashed. It seems that these crashes are a mix between x124 BSODs and my screen freezing and artifacting. Here's what it looks like


Edited by xD4rkFire - 2/14/13 at 10:18pm
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I'm having trouble getting my i5 2500k @4.6ghz stable. I'm doing a custom P95 test 1344 FFT size, 7000MB out of my 8GB of RAM, 1 minute per FFT size. Almost immediately after starting the test (< 1 minute), I blue screen with the x124 error. I read that this has to do with the CPU PLL voltage so I tried messing around with that. I tried using 1.75; 1.65; 1.7; 1.85; 1.9; and 1.5 for the CPU PLL voltage, but crashed very quickly every single time. Can someone tell me what I'm doing wrong?

My system seemed stable at a 45 multiplier (1.285vcore ; 1.75 CPU PLL voltage). Passed 15 minutes of 1344 FFT and 15 minutes of 1792 FFT directly after that.

CPU core voltage = 1.285v
Spread spectrum disabled
C1E enabled
EIST enabled
CPU PLL overvoltage disabled

Edit: Okay, so I upped my core voltage from 1.285 to 1.3 (kept the 1.5 PLL voltage) and it seemed to have helped. Instead of crashing immediately after I start the test, I can do the 1344 P95 test for ~3 minutes until I get BSOD x124. Will now try and up the PLL voltage to 1.65 and see what happens.

Edit 2: No luck either with 1.3vcore/ 1.65 CPU PLL. sadsmiley.gif Lasted ~3 minutes before my computer crashed. It seems that these crashes are a mix between x124 BSODs and my screen freezing and artifacting. Here's what it looks like


Might want to try getting it stable for a longer duration at 4.5GHz before moving your multiplier higher -- say, several hours to overnight.

Also -- check VCCIO (I think you're safe up to go up to about 1.15V here), and try lowering load line calibration... I did my 24-hour run with it off completely. You can go up to 1.85V with CPU PLL; if I remember correctly, I ran with it at about 1.81 or 1.83 or so. Everyone's probably going to be different here, though.

If you set your RAM timing with an XMP profile, try manual timings instead.
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No I think the large FFT w/95% loaded memory will give the most heat I use 1344 or 1792 for quick testing. The small FFTs i.e. 8k will increase vcore because it fully loads both cache on die but very little on the IMC/memory which is more fully stressed w/large FFT lengths consequently both IMC & cache are stressed placing higher demand on the proc which in turn = more heat.

Hmmm, so what is your comment on the discussion above that the 8K FFT produces the most heat?


This was my comment I think, My theory something other than 8k produces more heat and I followed up say I'd have to take the time to observe a complete run and I have better things to do like using IBT for testing thermals but not starring at the screen during Prime.

 

@ xD4rkFire give this a read http://www.overclock.net/t/1120291/solving-fixing-bsod-124-on-sandybridge-read-op-first/0_50

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