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I am curious. Why are there no Prime95 results?

 

When I built my current machine a few years ago I did a 24hour burn-in at 4.7GHz, on the 3930K. Would this have been worth posting? I am about to do an upgrade so maybe in a month or so I will have something better :)

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Uhm, you guys dug up a 2-year dead thread. Grats.

 

Thanks for your input, very helpful  :)

 

Although you may need to clarify a bit further, I am unsure how someone 'digs up' a thread when it is pinned at the top of the board already.

 

LGA2011 is still relevant to my knowledge, so why not?

 

 

No it was a tad over a year.

But anyway, prime 95 is not a benchmark so it is not used.

 

Thanks, 

 

If it was not used why have a section for it in the OP?

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The Prime95 24 hour mark was to show that your OC was 24 hour stable. It's not a benchmark as much as it is a proof that your rig is actually stable at whatever frequency you're running.

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The Prime95 24 hour mark was to show that your OC was 24 hour stable. It's not a benchmark as much as it is a proof that your rig is actually stable at whatever frequency you're running.

 

Thanks Lab Rat, that was my first thought but I figured it could be a competition to see who could run the highest stable speed. 

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The Prime95 24 hour mark was to show that your OC was 24 hour stable. It's not a benchmark as much as it is a proof that your rig is actually stable at whatever frequency you're running.

 

Thanks Lab Rat, that was my first thought but I figured it could be a competition to see who could run the highest stable speed. 

 

Pretty much! Not many people take the time to verify that level of stability. 

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