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    X99 Realbench BSOD

    Hello,

    I'm running on an x99 5820K OC to 4.5GhZ at 1.328 Volts. Temperatures go to as high as 65 Celcius. When I run Realbench, for some reason, my system crashes. So far I've gotten "Watch Dog" and "IRQL NOT LESS OR EQUAL" errors. I ran Aida 64 and it ran stable without any problems.
    Last edited by PunishedSnake; 01-06-2015 at 09:11 PM.

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    Hi PunishedSnake, and welcome

    Aida64 is not a stringent test program. It is a great monitor utility and I use it exclusively for my monitoring, but not for testing. Realbench is much better in that it will find instability without greatly overheating a CPU. Only OCCT is more stringent, in my opinion, but OCCT can be more stressful. Realbench is closest to real-world stress levels while still finding instability as it did in your case.

    At 65C, you have a little more headroom before running into heat trouble. For stabilty, I suggest trying to increase core voltage, and perhaps Vccsa, in .02 volt steps until Realbench passes a complete benchmark run.

    Jeff

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    Jeff thank you for responding. Curiously, I remember doing the stress test with real bench until I updated to the most recent Bios for my X99 Mobo. Here a some pictures as to how I have tuned my system. I believe it may be because I'm overclocking per the BCLK. This is because of the RAM (Corsair L X DDR4 16GB at XMP has to raise the BCLK to 125.Click image for larger version. 

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