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Man Six Cores looks awesome in realtemp. Nice overclock, temps and voltages look great.
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You going to leave LinX on overnight? Brave one!!
Yea, I don't think I'd do that either. You really need to watch your temps when it's running.

Oh and here's a run I SS'd. It was just supposed to be a quick test (hence the problem size), but I went to lunch and forgot to stop it.

http://img816.imageshack.us/img816/2619/5hrlinx.jpg
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Yea, I don't think I'd do that either. You really need to watch your temps when it's running.

Oh and here's a run I SS'd. It was just supposed to be a quick test (hence the problem size), but I went to lunch and forgot to stop it.

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I don't see the problem in leaving a system on overnight. I usually find it's the best time for tests, you can't realistically sit in front of your rig for 12 hours or 24 hours to watch a stability test.
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Originally Posted by mymlan View Post
Yea, I don't think I'd do that either. You really need to watch your temps when it's running.

Oh and here's a run I SS'd. It was just supposed to be a quick test (hence the problem size), but I went to lunch and forgot to stop it.

http://img816.imageshack.us/img816/2619/5hrlinx.jpg
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Yes a test that size is okay but I assumed you meant testing more memory which is a no no for such long test. I only use LinX to test a overclock with about 5-10 passes now then if stable there I move to HCI Memtest 1000%. Whats funny is that I can pass LinX easy at 4.7 but fail HCI Memtest within 60%. HCI Memtest is a great tool to use that is doesn't heat up the CPU as much.
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I don't see the problem in leaving a system on overnight. I usually find it's the best time for tests, you can't realistically sit in front of your rig for 12 hours or 24 hours to watch a stability test.
The problem that happens many times when running LinX or Intel Burn is that people don't realize how much stress they put your CPU they both heat up your computer about 10-15% more than P95. Now the problem I see is that many people think that just becasue they passed LinX and Intel Burn they are stable however that's not the case. LinX and Intel Burn are good quick test but to get 100% stable you gotta put the time in. When Benching I do monitor my temps from infront of my computer because HEAT will kill anything if not properly monitored!

But I would say if you want to stress over night use:

HCI Memtest - It will find any unstablility in your system at far less stress.
Prime95 - Good old fashion and won't take your cpu to the extreme heat
memtest86 - When overclocking it a MUST at least run test #5 and #7 for ATLEAST 50 passes as those are where most errors are found.

Hope this helps. Some people don't bother running so many stress test they think that one is good enough but for me I like to make sure I'm stable no matter what stress test I run that to me is 100% stable.
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Didnt leave LinX over night, i only did 20 pases of linx, i left p95 overnight

woke up and everything seemed fine.

Temps topped at 72 on 2 cores but 69-70 on the rest.

Would you suggest an 8 hour run using blend in p95? or would you assume its stable?
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As for temps being on the high side for water, im convinced its my waterblock not seated ideally, but as mentioned earlier this waterblock is a royal pain in the ass to seat cause it strips the screw threads with ease so i dont know how secure the fitting on the cpu is.

Are those temps dangerously high? or are they within the suitable every day range?

Whats the pc used for you ask? photoeditting, video rendering and gaming, mainly the latter.
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They're fine as long as you don't put in much more voltage. Rendering, especially ray tracing, stresses the CPU about as much as any benchmark will. I find when working with designs or when adding pixel layers that the IMC is in the hot seat. Too many times I've had designs crash right before saving because of unstable Uncore/RAM.
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So it seems I found a stable OC? awesome I might stay with this setup until I get a new waterblock, then try and push further when ny temps come down.

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You already found a stable OC? if so thats good now when/if you have you can start lowering voltages down on the other volts that you might not need as high. As for test on P95 I test blend after and when I know my memory is stable and passed memtest anything before that I run small fft.

As we speak I am too trying to overclock my already overclocked 980x between 4.7 - 5.0 for bragging right with a few friends. As far as volts are concerned you yourself must determine what you feel okay running 24/7 with. I myself as long as temps are great as they are for me I don't worry too going above 1.45 vcore. Even at 1.45v my temps are less than those clocked at 4.0ghz. So its whatever you feel you are okay running 24/7. QPI/VTT just remember with that it much always be within .5 of your DRAM Voltage I have seem people run 24/7 at 1.55v and still running strong. your Uncore Freq just make sure you are always 1.5 above your ram so if your ram is running at 1600 you want your Uncore Freq above 2400 I usually set 1 higher instead of 2400 go 1 higher and you'll be okay. Your Uncore Freq will effect your QPI/VTT meaning the higher you go the more QPI/VTT you will need. Hope this helps if you decide to push further.
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