Prime 95 Stress test Question

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  1. omega939

    omega939 Notebook Evangelist

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    Hi everyone,

    I have a desktop intel gaming PC. I manual overclock the pc to 5.0 Ghz with these setting in bios

    Core Speed : 5.0 Ghz
    AVX : 2 (4800mhz)
    CPU core/cach voltage : Offset Mode
    Offset mode sign : +
    Cpu Core Voltage offset: .025
    CPU VCCIO Voltage : 1.2


    I did a prime 95.5 ver. 26.6 stress test with these settings (der8auer settings) and run for 1 hr

    Min FFt 12
    Max FFt 12
    run fft in place

    Under prime 95 stress test ran with no errors and no BSOD that popped out, but with hardware info 64, I saw windows hardware error (CPU Cache L0 - errors = 6)

    Question is, which one am I going to rely on? Prime 95 or Hardwareinfo64?


    PC Specification:



    Motherboard: Rog Strix Z390-e Gaming
    Proc : 9900ks
    Cooler : EVGA CLC 240
    Vcard : EVGA RTX 2060
    Mem : 16GB (2x8)
    PSU : EVGA 750 G3
     

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  2. FireLantern

    FireLantern Notebook Consultant

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    Both. They are different types of tests. So just dial it back a bit to be safe.
     
  3. Arrrrbol

    Arrrrbol Notebook Deity

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    Increase the voltage until the errors go. They will cause instability and crashes in some situations so its best to get rid of them.
     
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