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    Strange, I could get 3600 CL14 booting at 1.47v although cinebench crashed my machine. I could probably get it stable if I upped the voltage. I did menage to get 1 (rather iffy) run in and there was no noticeable performance difference between 3466 and 3600.

    Thats pretty good scores you're getting. Good work.

    One thing to note is I've found 1701 seems to be slightly kinder to tight sub timings. 1701 boots with my RAM oc, yet 3501 bootloops on q-code 05.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unknownmiscreant View Post
    Strange, I could get 3600 CL14 booting at 1.47v although cinebench crashed my machine. I could probably get it stable if I upped the voltage. I did menage to get 1 (rather iffy) run in and there was no noticeable performance difference between 3466 and 3600.

    Thats pretty good scores you're getting. Good work.
    Thanks I am happy with it, just a little bit concerned about stability as it cant take much more than 20mins of AIDA64 SST and sometimes I think even reaching the 20mins might be problematic.

    What stability criterion are you using? (AIDA64 SST, RealBench Stress Test, ... how many minutes?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sigtran View Post
    WinRAR is also a good benchmark that VERY HEAVILY respond to memory timings, much more then CPU speed For example 3.8GHz CPU with 3466CL14 memory with optimized timings is way faster then 4GHz CPU 3200CL14 default memory subtimings. Try it...
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    I've tried running AIDA64 SST with only system memory stress test enabled. It runs for two hours already and the system appears to be rock solid.

    Up until now I have been running CPU, FPU, Cache and Memory stress tests all at once with AIDA64 SST and with many settings I've tried it crashed/froze before the 20mintute tresshold.

    How do I interpret these results? If OCed CPU run stably for hours and same CPU OC with tighter memory timings and higher memory frequency tends to be hardly stable for 20 minutes and stress testing only memory with same timings and frequency is absolutely stable does that mean that my ram OC destabilizes my CPU OC?

    Should I try decreasing the CPU multiplier until I achieve at least a coulpe of hours AIDA64 SST stability with my new memory timings/frequency and then possibly try even tighter memory timings?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dusank View Post
    Thanks I am happy with it, just a little bit concerned about stability as it cant take much more than 20mins of AIDA64 SST and sometimes I think even reaching the 20mins might be problematic.

    What stability criterion are you using? (AIDA64 SST, RealBench Stress Test, ... how many minutes?)
    I ran 5 and a half hours of memtest 86 to verify the memory. In terms of CPU I can run around 20-30mins of prime95 (idk if its avx) although I think that was when I was running 4.05GHz. I have however run around 10mins of solid cinebench, and some daily usage stuff like video editing. Since I never manage to fully load the CPU having it not 100% stable at full load for extended periods in not an issue for me.

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