I'll try custom blend with 90% of my system RAM with FFT 1344 min/max (as I heard this really stresses the CPU and memory sub-system) later tonight. #7 PowerK, Jun Reply With Quote 03-12-05,02:05 PM #9 c627627 View Profile View Forum Posts c(π*199780) Senior Member Join Date Feb 2002 Location Kansas Participated in few threads with Hoot & them on If you get errors only after several hours, this is a result of slight instability because the system is running with little or no margin. You don't end up with one CPU at 100% and the other CPUs at 0%.
That was Realtemp. The meaning of errors themselves is not as important. You can find them by doing an internet search on the name of your CPU and "peak idle temperatures". If you run Prime95 and then try to start another copy of Prime95, you only end up with one instance of the program running. http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php/339763-Newb-question-here-How-to-use-Prime95-correctly
It's my opinion that you will need between 1.35v - 1.45v depending on the quality of your CPU's IMC. Last edited by DeltrusDisc; 2013-01-14 at 09:09 PM. Is that a better test? All the dual instance tests seem to run at about the same temperature (at least within the limits of my low-budget thermocouple to measure) except for the tests where both are
Get the answer chris987Apr 8, 2014, 7:11 PM itixmix said: chris987 said: well maybe running into stability issues. You can see that behaviour if you start up just one instance of Prime95. The blend test automatically picks a "Memory to use" value which uses up all the RAM in the computer. Prime95 Worker 3 Stopped If you have the other kind of CPU which accesses its RAM by communicating with a northbridge chip on the motherboard, then your CPU is probably the problem but the northbridge
With both of my CPUs it didn't matter whether I used processor affinities or not. Prime95 Application Has Stopped Working Stay logged in Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. You shouldn't be running 1.65V RAM with Sandy/Ivy Bridge processors. with such good teps i you could increase vcore a bit!
AMD Phenom II X4 965BE, Asus M5A88-V Evo, 8GB Mushkin Blackline DDR3-1600 , Coolermaster Hyper212+, OCZ Vertex Plus 60GB, Seagate 7200.11 500GB, Antec EA-380 Lenovo X200, P8400 C2D, 8GB, 120GB OCZ Prime95 Worker Stopped Hardware Failure Subscribe now. So lets just say the box is HUGE!!!! I personally run several different stability tests for ~24h each and I usually do other things as well while they're running (Prime 95 + Firefox internet browsing has uncovered errors quite
I was prepared for a little... http://www.overclock.net/t/1112581/help-understanding-prime95-also-not-running Just because it works with one game or applicaton, doesn't mean it will work with another. How To Use Prime95 To Stress Test Cpu The vast majority of computers which fail the Prime95 test get the "FATAL ERROR: Rounding" case shown up above. Prime95 Blend Test How Long Front side bus frequencies, CPU multipliers, memory ratios, and that sort of thing are beyond the scope of this page.
If you want to be thorough in testing the CPU, the RAM, and the CPU/RAM interface then you should really run both Prime95 and MemTest86. yea dude, it's fine, many people here are just the cautious type th's all. :biggrin: basically m0ar voltage is the solution to Every overclocking problem once you rule out "heat" :awe: My Ridiculous Computer Setup MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL: Beer, Games, Opinions | CPU Overclocking Thread | GPU Overclocking Thread Reply With Quote 2013-01-14,08:48 PM #9 Yohassakura View Profile View Forum Posts Private So if I: 1) Pass 24hours of Prime95 on Small FFTs 2) Pass memtest on default settings for over 12hours 3) Game play UT2k3/2k4 for a couple of hours straight I Prime95 Guide
So if you just want to run a single test, then run the in-place large FFT. Copyright ©2000 - 2014, iNET Interactive Overclockers.com Register New Posts Advertising Contact Us Archive Sitemap Top Hosting and Cloud Web Hosting Talk HostingCon WHIR Hosting Catalog Hottest Hosts Data Centers Data The CPU Usage History window in the Task Manager will show the program running on both CPUs. Max Payne 3 must be very CPU intensive game. 3770K @ 4.5 Offset +0.050V LLC = Level 5 (lowest/mildest) 16GB 2133MHz RAM @ 1.65V with 9-11-10-28 2T Everything else at Auto.
Memory is at stock speed and voltage. How To Stop Prime95 Test I was prepared for a little... New Posts Two routers one broadband line?
solved GTX 1070 had stopped working and reset whenever i overclock it solved windows 10 mouse and keybored randomly stopped working and only works in BIOS, they both also work after The "In-place large FFTs" test uses relatively large FFTs which cannot fit into the CPU cache so this test accesses main memory a lot. You can also test to see if your chip is voltage starved by running cinebench and comparing your scores at different voltages. Prime95 Blend Test Fail It's not a thorough RAM test but then neither is the blend test and blend doesn't stress the CPU as much as in-place large FFT.
Both the in-place large FFTs test and the blend test also test the CPU/RAM interface while the CPU is under stress. Web browers, word processors, and even most games don't run the CPU at 100%. You probably failed because of insufficient QPI/DRAM voltage, and not vcore. One of the less common reasons that Prime95 fails is an overtaxed power supply.
It usually looks far worse than it would do if you didn't even bot... +48 chuckula If you give me an old-fashioned claymore I can cut most keyboards in two. After that if both cleared and are stable, I do some gaming. Join Date Dec 2008 Posts 1,724 Processor? Not quite sure why are you running Prime95 and browsing at the same time, I would usually leave it untouched for the duration it is running Prime95. #12 dma0991, Jun
It's possible to pass small fft and memtest with the proper vcore, but still fail blend if you don't have the proper QPI/DRAM voltage. 1.28v is really high for 3.6ghz, on Prime95 Instance #1 Prime95 Instance #2 Temperature no test running no test running 34.4C Small FFTs no test running 48.7C In-place large FFTs no test running 49.5C Blend no test running Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts BB code is On Smilies are You're running the CPU out of its factory specifications, crashes are bound to happen, unless you happen to fall in the category of overclocked and stable for years.
Do you really think that if Prime95 + Firefox crashes, that's the ONLY case where the CPU would fail? Once your scores stop going up by adding voltage you know you're right within your target area. #9 BD231, Jun 2, 2012 PowerK Member Joined: May 29, 2012 Messages: 146 If there is any problem with your CPU, your RAM, or the parts of your motherboard which are the interface between your CPU and RAM, then Prime95 has a tendency to It's also been known on occasion to crash unstable machines.
what to do.. #19 PowerK, Jun 3, 2012 Last edited: Jun 3, 2012 2is Diamond Member Joined: Apr 8, 2012 Messages: 4,027 Likes Received: 14 Solution Sounds pretty simple. View: New Articles|All Articles Home|Reviews|Forums|Articles|My Profile About Overclock.net | Join the Community |Advertise|Contact Us|All Staff MobileDesktop © 2016Enthusiast Inc. On my DFI UT X58-T3eH8 my computer would just shut down during prime95 half the time, or not even bluescreen and just restart. If your machine passes Prime95, you can feel fairly confident that your machine is stable.
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... Ryu Connor - $250 3. The answer depends on what you're trying to do. The "Time to run each FFT size (in minutes)" value controls how much time Prime95 spends running FFT tests of a given size.
Most computers come with monitoring programs which can display the current voltages and various temperatures in your computer. That ruins the test because the CPU isn't doing anything while it is waiting for the hard disk to access the data whereas the test is really supposed to be keeping