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Well it turns out my ram was causing the fail . I passed at 4.4GHz at 1.45v :) Now trying lower voltage

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I failed at 4.3GHz :P

 

Thank you for your test! can you give me the setting of v-core?

 

Did you try other tests such as linx,ibt,occt at this overclock? Do they fail?

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It failed at 4.325GHz at 1.385v for vcore

I havent tried other yet though ...

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It failed at 4.325GHz at 1.385v for vcore

I havent tried other yet though ...

 

thanks a lot, so I wait your data :-)

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Well my 4.4GHz that passed in your test and in other tests , failed in Formula 1 2010 The Game :(

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Well I finally found stability .

At 4.33GHz at 1.43v on my i7 920 D0 it passed at 145.4 seconds .

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Well I finally found stability .

At 4.33GHz at 1.43v on my i7 920 D0 it passed at 145.4 seconds .

 

thanks a lot for your results. I am happy that you have found the stability of your sistem.

Did you try other tests such as linx,ibt,occt at this overclock? Do they fail?

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Well your test passed on 4.33GHz but after hours of gaming it Blue-screened :P

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But if you just test for micro-architecture flaws, doesn't that leave out a major factor, heat, in system stability?

That's a good point. Stability is a lot dependent on temperature so if your test doesn't heat it up but the programs do, they might as well crash.

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Wonder if this works on an amd chip at all lol

 

I wouldn't try it on AMD though :-/ Its designed for Intel , its like loading AMD drivers on a system with Nvidia card , something wierd will happen .

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