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If you see the 12 volt rail drop when you start Prime95, then that's not a good sign. You can check that all of your CPUs are fully loaded in the Windows Task Manager. For 6GB of 1600mhz memory CAS 7 I needed 1.34v QPI/DRAM voltage. I was prepared for a little... http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php/339763-Newb-question-here-How-to-use-Prime95-correctly

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Useful Searches Recent Posts Menu Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Menu Log in Sign up AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Forums > Hardware and Technology > Similar Threads - Prime95 stopped working Forum Date Prime95 Acting Weird After Core Voltage Increase CPUs and Overclocking Oct 19, 2016 Prime95: Worker #5 Stopped. also make sure you have dissable cool and quite and all other power saving option and increase llc to get rid of vdrop under load thanks for the reply, I will

  • Large FFT tests memory as much as it tests the CPU.
  • Ok thanks for the info.
  • Also note that MemTest86 is not as good a test of your CPU/RAM interface as Prime95 because it doesn't heat the CPU as much.
  • 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

CPU-Z & AIDA64 CPUID report 1.160V under LinX load. (quite a bit lower than what it required at 4.5 which was about 1.200V ~ 1.208V) - I played Max Payne 3 That's not very common if the machine can pass MemTest86 but it's been known to happen. I ran Prime95 overnight and came back to it this morning to see that the application stopped working ~4 hrs in. Prime95 Worker 3 Stopped It is under Test>Prime Net.....

If it's just the CPU you've overclocked, then I'd agree with your suggestion to up VCore a little. Prime95 Application Has Stopped Working Maybe I should not overclock at all. Read his previous post and go look up "what silent data corruption" is, that is why there is no middle ground. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2096656/prime95-workers-stopped-working-5ghz-overclock.html Also Not Running?

If prime95 stops or crashes for any reason then there is instability. Prime95 Worker Stopped Hardware Failure Unless I manually checked Windows System Log in Event Viewer, I'd have never known if my overclock was really stable or not... But you really don't want to be on the extremes of that range. Do you really think that if Prime95 + Firefox crashes, that's the ONLY case where the CPU would fail?

Prime95 Application Has Stopped Working

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 http://www.overclock.net/t/1112581/help-understanding-prime95-also-not-running Perfectly fine at max load for [email protected] ~ 7-8 hours.Click to expand... How To Use Prime95 To Stress Test Cpu The way I test stability is this: If I only change the multiplier, which only results in a change of CPU speed, I run Prime95 on Small FFTs for 24hours. Prime95 Blend Test How Long But people's machines have also been known to occasionally crash or hang.

with such good teps i you could increase vcore a bit! Open the pod bay doors, Cortana. NEWS BREADBOX PODCASTS BLOGS SYSTEMS MULTIMEDIA MISCELLANY ARCHIVE ABOUT US Customize The Tech Report... Subscribe Search This Thread Start a New Thread post #1 of 5 9/8/11 at 7:31am Thread Starter shadowman007 PC Gamer Joined: Sep 2010 Location: UK Posts: 991 Rep: Prime95 Guide

I know 1.28 volts is high but originally this CPU was overclocked by a company to 3.6GHz at a ridiculous 1.32 volts!! At 4.4GHz, Offset mode = +0.010V LLC = Level 5 (lowest/mildest) 16GB 2133MHz RAM @ 1.65V with 9-11-10-28 2T Everything else at Auto. I'm folding 24/7/365, and if I can pass 24 hours of Prime95 on small FFTs I know I can fold without problems as long as it takes. Full Review Acer XR341CK - LED monitor - 34" - By NETCNA Reviewed by SystemTech Hi guys, I received my ACER XR341CK today and want to share my first impressions

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It runs hotter than the small FFTs test because that test isn't accessing RAM very much so it's not heating up the CPU/RAM interface and that part of the CPU consumes

And under Prime95 large FFT load CPU-Z reports 1.208V What should I touch to get prime95 stability ? #1 PowerK, Jun 1, 2012 Ken g6 Programming Moderator, Elite Member Moderator Reply With Quote 2013-01-14,09:36 PM #11 Zhuki View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Started Threads Blademaster Join Date Aug 2008 Posts 34 Originally Posted by Yohassakura Processor? I'd stop putting an overclocked chip through so much stress testing though. Prime95 Blend Test Fail Small FFT is better for pure CPU.

It does very few RAM accesses while running the 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 K | 16GB DDR4-3200 | GTX-980ti | Samsung 950 Pro RAID0 | SuperNOVA 1Kw P2 | Lian Li PC-07S ROG Swift PG348Q | Ducky DSX | Zowie ZA11 | Xonar Essence Thanks, SliNGky Reply With Quote 10-30-04,02:57 PM #2 Pipsquek View Profile View Forum Posts Registered Join Date Aug 2002 Location Nashville All ya need to know is here: http://www.ocforums.com/showthread.php?t=335813 Reply

There just aren't that many programs which push the CPU to 100% utilization and keep it there for long periods. Stay logged in Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. Reply With Quote 03-12-05,05:25 PM #12 c627627 View Profile View Forum Posts c(π*199780) Senior Member Join Date Feb 2002 Location Kansas ...which is why the question was worded like that Overclockers Community Newsletter -- OVC -- Default Mobile Style All times are GMT -5.

with such good teps i you could increase vcore a bit! Basically for someone new, I'd go for 24hours on Blend, and then another 24hours specifically on Small FFTs. I personally hate leaving it running if I'm not around to keep an eye on it just in case and fall within about 3 hours and its good to me. its likely you just need to up the vcore a tiny bit, especially since your temps are low enough.

Main rig: Core i7 2600K 3.4GHz @ 4.5GHz (Scythe Mugen2) / Mobo: Biostar TP67XE / SSD: Crucial M4 128GB (+ HDDs) / GPU: HD5450 or 8800 Ultra / Mem: 4x4GB DDR3-1600 Newest comments shown first. There's no such thing as "stable enough". Prime95 automatically creates a FFT size range which will fit into the L2 cache of your CPU.