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post #1 of 87 (permalink) Old 11-25-2012, 07:48 PM - Thread Starter
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Here is the form... please fill it out as complete as possible! this will help us determine chip patterns by lot and figure out what chips are preforming well.

PLEASE USE IBT TO MAKE SURE YOU ARE STABLE AT THE MINIMUM! stable for at least 20 runs recommended

For memory performance scores use Aida64's Cache&Memory test found under "tools" biggrin.gif



THESE ARE THE RESULTS (graphs will come when enough data is collected)



I have made the table public and editable for now so if you want to change data on your own you can do so using the link below... DON"T mess with column order though as this must be done through the form

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AvsxWM_f24kDdEQ4eGhrdzV2aU94QVBZV2R6LXdIY3c

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post #2 of 87 (permalink) Old 11-25-2012, 08:52 PM
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perhaps can you provide a link to the "recommended" stress tool in the op...even if i m quite sure u already was going to do so wink.gif
lol ....i ask because i ve read somewhere that u was telling 10 passes of **** tool (which i cant remember...+.+) and i cant find your post back....probably time for my herbtea biggrin.gif

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perhaps can you provide a link to the "recommended" stress tool in the op...even if i m quite sure u already was going to do so wink.gif
lol ....i ask because i ve read somewhere that u was telling 10 passes of **** tool (which i cant remember...+.+) and i cant find your post back....probably time for my herbtea biggrin.gif

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i'm going to say atleast 20 runs of IBT to be stable....

gotta pick at least one that people can follow but obviously more stable the better!
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i'm going to say atleast 20 runs of IBT to be stable....
gotta pick at least one that people can follow but obviously more stable the better!

20 runs are silly.

5 runs @ 4gb or more of ram usage will show instability pretty quickly.
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20 runs are silly.
5 runs @ 4gb or more of ram usage will show instability pretty quickly.

Not that silly when considering watercooling takes more time for thermal saturation, at which can cause stability issues at peak temps. That is the reason for the longer test runs.

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Not that silly when considering watercooling takes more time for thermal saturation, at which can cause stability issues at peak temps. That is the reason for the longer test runs.

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^^^as stated above^^^

although it is only a guideline as I have no way of eliminating those who don't
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okay a ton of optional stuff has been added to the end. use the link in the OP if you wish to edit your row hopefully everything fills in properly with all the new stuff tongue.gif
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I will be glad to contribute after my 8320 arrives. smile.gif
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