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Stability 7820x 4.6ghz

danrey84
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I ran a few stress test of my system for times listed below. I always do it when I update a Bios to make sure what I had previous still worked. In this case 4.6ghz all cores no offset for avx instructions at 1.175v. These were the following tests I ran

 

Prime95 3hrs

OCCT 3hrs

Realbench 4hrs

IntelBurnTest 150 runs hardest preset 

Games 3 hours 

 

I know there is no set ' rule' as such to stress testing but in all these test I passed no errors reported and highest temp was on Intel burn test at 83C on 1 of the cores the others were mid to high 70s. Would you guys think after doing all them it's safe to say the system is stable. 

 

Kind regards and happy holiday season 

 

 

 

 

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If you want 4.6 all cores stable you might have to play with the vcore a bit.  Raise it up slowly or reduce it if you are stable and see if it can run tests ... this way you will find the sweet spot and what not.

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Just now, Turtle Rig said:

If you want 4.6 all cores stable you might have to play with the vcore a bit.  Raise it up slowly or reduce it if you are stable and see if it can run tests ... this way you will find the sweet spot and what not.

Did you not read it. I have already set the voltage to 1.175 what I'm saying is after doing all those tests would you say it was stable....

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Just now, danrey84 said:

Did you not read it. I have already set the voltage to 1.175 what I'm saying is after doing all those tests would you say it was stable....

Of course I read what you posted.  Im sorry I got wrong idea.  Your asking about stability with 4.6Ghz on all cores on your processor.  What is your question ?  All Im saying is if you can run these tests without crashing then your set and enjoy the system.  If they crash then you need to raise up voltage from where its at. 

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All I'm asking is after doing all those test which have been completed with no errors would it be fair to say that the system is stable 

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7 minutes ago, danrey84 said:

All I'm asking is after doing all those test which have been completed with no errors would it be fair to say that the system is stable 

In which case, yes, it is stable

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