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Like what error? What needs changing?


It has to do with rounding btw:

FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.5, expected less than 0.4
Hardware failure detected, consult stress.txt file
 

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All Prime95 is a program that runs a complex math calculation.. it's not a tool that provides any diagnostics at the circuit level.
 

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All Prime95 is a program that runs a complex math calculation.. it's not a tool that provides any diagnostics at the circuit level.
Agreed.

If you're just looking for quick & dirty settings to adjust, the best guess for such an error would be bumping up the Vcore a few notches. See how that fares.

Be sure that your memory is running at or below rated speed/timings, and always use the rated voltage as well - to keep memory from confusing the problem.
 

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That usually means your voltage is a tad low. Also, if you ARE overclocking your memory, run memtest86+ to make sure that's not the problem
 

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I have run memtestx86 and passed, my rated timings are 8-8-8-24 but I have 20 instead (but still passed)

Could that be why?
 

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ok, I'm at 1.287 I believe, it seems that's what my bios recommends. Only that core failed. the others are still going hmm.
 
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