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It has risen. Psyside, start a new thread instead of thread jacking a 4month old thread.

To answer or discuss your points

1. RMA that buggy mobo. I had one that was buggy like that and RMA'd it. Sometimes not everything works like it should.

2. If Vdroop is excessive its probably related to problem 1.

3. See if you can locate one of those little psu Testers, it could be either the mobo or the psu, but since you are already experiencing buggs, I would bet that problem 1 is the real issue.

4. Yes, continuous test can totally degrade your CPU....(wait for it).. if you do not have proper cooling. The testing is designed to highlight and point out potential weak links in a system build.
a.If it over heats, you need to redo your cooling, or get better cooling
b.If it bsods, you need to adjust timings/voltages or other bios related issues
c.If it blows up, you need to find a new hobby.

Without stress testing your oc could be unstable. For most users who never really utilize there system, instability might never be realized. But for the user who Folds, or plays intensive games, or uses all their cores for rendering, it could be a serious issue if something important was say 70% complete and the system shut down. That would =lost work, possible data loss, and a lot of unnecessary frustration.

Stress first not later.
Edited by cook - 8/10/11 at 10:12am
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Thanks for the answer, i got good cooling D14, will chek out about mobo and report back sorry to hijack this thread smile.gif

BTW vdrop goes from 1.43 in BIOS to 1.424/1.416 during LINX load with LLC to ultra high.
Edited by psyside - 8/10/11 at 12:04pm
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