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No having v-droop won't hurt anything. That 2.8v is just a false reading.
Since you are stopping ramping up the clocks(for now), you may want to do a 2hr blend test in P95 just to ensure stability.NICE! hehehe i just stop dialing the clocks up... I'm now at 3.5GHz
pass 30mins of Prime95 and also played some online game SMITE
will continue on Wednesday
Since you are stopping ramping up the clocks(for now), you may want to do a 2hr blend test in P95 just to ensure stability.
I generally just run the stress test and watch a movie on a phone, tablet, TV, whatever. It's best to let the stress test do its thing.
That's what I do. I do run a hardware monitoring program as well, and a tightvnc server. That's just so I can vnc from my phone and check temps and such if I want to not have to go down to the basement. Then I can keep beating my children....so generally, if I run Prime95... that would be Prime95 all alone...
Keep doing what you're doing. Stress test, pass "raise multi" Fail, "add voltage" rinse repeat until you max out temps.3.5GHz passed and stable... tried to bump up more multiplier and went 3.6GHz same cpu core voltage
ran Prime95 for 30mins and 1 core just stopped working... so does it mean i have to raise more voltage here?
EDIT: Raised the cpu core voltage to 1.330v from 1.325v and ran Prime95 at 30mins no core failure
as I continue 1 core failed and stop working and as i checked the timer Prime95 ran 45mins...
I will try to increase more cpu core voltage and run Prime95 again
You need more V_Core, were thos temps under load with P95? They seem awfully low
Still more core is the fix for your failed worker.
This^^^Get the core sorted first. If the 960T is anything like the other thubans then you might be able to get 16-1800 fairly easy. We;ll also want to raise that NB speed.