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Hi,

Thank you in advance for any and all help received.

I have a new build on a P8Z68 V Pro motherboard and an i7-2600K CPU.

Currently I am benching 4.8 GHz. It was stable through all the Prime95 tests at 4.7 GHz.

While testing 4.8 GHZ last night, it crashed after 7 1/2 hours. The last successful Self-Test was 384K. I do not know the test that failed.

Is there a list of the order of the Self-Tests?

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The way to tell is to examine the log. If you are doing 4 threads, then you will see a point where it suddenly becomes 3 threads. If you're doing 8, then you'll see a point where it suddenly becomes 7 (again, in the log).

For example, here is an excerpt from my log:

[Sun Aug 07 10:13:37 2011]
Self-test 48K passed!
Self-test 48K passed!
Self-test 48K passed!
Self-test 48K passed!
FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.5, expected less than 0.4
Hardware failure detected, consult stress.txt file.
[Sun Aug 07 10:29:17 2011]
Self-test 1344K passed!
Self-test 1344K passed!
Self-test 1344K passed!
[Sun Aug 07 10:44:28 2011]
Self-test 64K passed!
Self-test 64K passed!
Self-test 64K passed!

From this, I can tell that the 1344K FFT was the FFT that failed because all 4 of the 48K FFTs above it passed. From this point forward, I only have 3 each instead of 4.

So look in your log and scroll up from the bottom looking for the error like you see here and this is how you will know which FFT failed.
 
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Thanks, I will give it a try.

I may not have something configured correctly. Prime95 is only logging the Self-Test "After" successfully completing all 8 runs. My PC is crashing and not letting me know want the Self-Test was that crashed.

Maybe I have to set something to log during the run.

I will document my findings.
 

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Ok,

I successfully ran Prime95 for 64 bit Version 26.6 Build 3.

The time to complete a all 70 tests took 18 hours. I have attached a list of all 70 Self-Tests. If you fail a test before the test is logged onto the results file, you can look at the prior test and determine the test that failed.

Now it is time to try for 4.9 GHz.

Thanks to TwoCables for the encouragement.
 
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