Originally Posted by The Pook
Just curious ... why does the OP say to only run Karhu's RAM test for only an hour? I've mostly been setting my RAM OCs, using it for a couple days, and then if that seems fine I'll run RAM Test overnight. Twice now I've failed after the 6-8 hour mark.
As others have mentioned, the context of stability depends on ones use case. The idea of the thread was for users to engage and to gauge with each other where both the platform limits are as well as those of their own hardware. Having users endlessly chasing a flipped bit after large amounts of coverage isn't normally difficult to dial out, either.
Some users can accept these things for what they are, others have a hard time comprehending the physical elements that are synonymous with running these things out of spec. Running these tests for a certain amount of coverage is fine, otherwise, it's easy to end up chasing your tail. No overclock is 100% unconditional. Of course, OC A can be more stable than OC B, that doesn't mean it's without condition.
Last edited by Silent Scone; 03-19-2019 at 03:01 AM.