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What benchmarks should I run to tell if my cpu's are stable?

I am running the torture test (blend) and it is showing 4 threads, but they are completing the tests at different rates?

What does this mean?
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post #2 of 19
Prime, LINX, IBT will test if CPU is stable.

They generally complete at different rates as no 2 cores are completely identical even tho they are all at the same speed. There will be small differences.
post #3 of 19
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My computer just shut down after roughly around 3 hours of testing.

How can I stabilize all 4 cores?

Any suggestions?

Core temps were around 52 C at the time of shut down
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What motherboard is this on?
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Biostar A880G+
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post #6 of 19
If it has ACC set up like the older SB700 series, it has the option to vary precise clocks per core, this would mean that some cores run a little slower than others. It's meant to preserve stability at higher clocks by keeping weaker cores at lower clocks instead of letting them hang. This is probably the case, and is not a problem. You have a great unlock. Plus of course, even with all the test threads, the rest of windows still has to run, which means other threads need CPU time, which takes away processor time from the tests.
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post #7 of 19
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Originally Posted by jaylim0512 View Post
My computer just shut down after roughly around 3 hours of testing.

How can I stabilize all 4 cores?

Any suggestions?

Core temps were around 52 C at the time of shut down
It's very close to being stable. Just bump up the voltage one notch.
post #8 of 19
I say bad idea on this motherboard..... 3+1 with NIKOS MOSFETs and low quality design
I say keep em locked for safety
post #9 of 19
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Originally Posted by xd_1771 View Post
I say bad idea on this motherboard..... 3+1 with NIKOS MOSFETs and low quality design
I say keep em locked for safety
what do you mean for safety?

is it bad if i'm not running cpu intensive programs?
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post #10 of 19
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Originally Posted by jaylim0512 View Post
what do you mean for safety?

is it bad if i'm not running cpu intensive programs?
Then there isn't a point of unlocking.
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