Originally Posted by Zaen
@mmonnin and @ Klue22 thx for the quick reply
Never did test my Skylake with prime95 because of many others having problems with it. My current OC has been stable for over 1 year and was confirmed "stable" after running O.C.C.T. for over 2h and x264 and x265 for 8h, system memory OC is low and handled Pi 200%+ coverage fine. As to GPU OC i rarely run it as all my current games run great without it but for folding i will be turning it on and it's a fairly low OC too (my GPU ASIC is trash) and i figure i won't have problems there unless afterburner app fails and resets the OC back down. Thinking of flashing GPU BIOS soon when warranty finishes.
I may have to tune down the CPU OC a bit, upping Voltages is a no no as it's already near max V for this CPU when at 100% and heats up quite hard to around 85ºc and sometimes over that when pushing it hard, but i guess i will know after a few try's of folding.
I will be looking at OP for signing in to the folding war
Awesome! It's always great to have fresh meat....Err new blood....Uh...Welcome!
Anyway...CPUs don't fold well with prime numbers of threads specified. So if you intend to fold on your whole system then your limited to 75% capacity since you need to have one core available for the GPU client. That should cut down on the heat.
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