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    Default Prime95 self stop?

    I was running prime95 then went and watched TV waiting for the temps to level, went back to check after 45 minutes seemed to be fine but then and hour and fifteen minutes after that I checked and some of the workers had stopped running. Is this normal?

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    Default Re: Prime95 self stop?

    worker stops mean your OC is not stable, you need to do some more tweaking with the voltage.

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    Default Re: Prime95 self stop?

    Should I raise the vcore?

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    Default Re: Prime95 self stop?

    Quote Originally Posted by PoLoMoTo View Post
    Should I raise the vcore?
    yes

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    Default Re: Prime95 self stop?

    Only one step correct?

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    Default Re: Prime95 self stop?

    you should be around 1.4 v but in my opinion if it will run prime for an hour its stable enough

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