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    Core i7 owners;
    Which the following stability software do you use to test your overclocked i7?

    1. IntelBurnTest 1.9v
    2. Prime95 2.9v
    3. OCCT 3.0v
    If you picked #1 and been using it to test your i7 rig then you should considering re-test your overclock. Because your rig is not stable. IntelBurnTest 1.9v is outdated, it's not compatible with Core i7 processor.

    I've discovered it never 100% ulitilizing all cores with HT on. It's fluctation between 15%-80% max across all cores. My 920 @ 4.2Ghz, 1.40v with HT & TURBO on passed the IntelBurnTest but fail both Prime95 and OCCT within 5 minutes.

    Well I'm still testing and haven't stablize it yet, still pumping the voltage to find the right setting.

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    I think i missed out something, when did you jumped on i7 bandwagon????

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    LOL...recently, past few weeks. It was a deal didn't want to pass on so I jumped at it.
    Now I'm thinking to dump one of the Max.

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    Maybe coredamage would suit you for cpu testing....Did you try it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpydaddy View Post
    Maybe coredamage would suit you for cpu testing....Did you try it?
    Nope not yet, maybe I will try it next.
    IntelBurnTest is a good ultility but AgentCOD need to update the software though. P95 & OCCT is 100% ultilize the CPU.

    Normally you pass P95 & OCCT but fail IntelBurnTest with LGA775 platform but this time is the other way around. I've checked its website, it didn't say anything about i7 supporting.

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    I tested several programs a while back.

    Here's a graph showing the achieved average core temperature minus water temperatue for the last ten minutes of a sixty minute run for each program:



    I use CoreDamage because it gives the highest temperatures and, more importantly, it results in the least amount of temperature fluctuation of all programs tested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    Core i7 owners;
    Which the following stability software do you use to test your overclocked i7?

    1. IntelBurnTest 1.9v
    2. Prime95 2.9v
    3. OCCT 3.0v

    If you picked #1 and been using it to test your i7 rig then you should considering re-test your overclock. Because your rig is not stable. IntelBurnTest 1.9v is outdated, it's not compatible with Core i7 processor.

    I've discovered it never 100% ulitilizing all cores with HT on. It's fluctation between 15%-80% max across all cores. My 920 @ 4.2Ghz, 1.40v with HT & TURBO on passed the IntelBurnTest but fail both Prime95 and OCCT within 5 minutes.

    Well I'm still testing and haven't stablize it yet, still pumping the voltage to find the right setting.
    I use both intel burn test and Prime95 with HT turned off
    intel burn test stable then 4 instances of Prime95 8hrs to confirm my oc stability

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullydog View Post
    I use both intel burn test and Prime95 with HT turned off
    intel burn test stable then 4 instances of Prime95 8hrs to confirm my oc stability
    try to do it with HT on, you will see IntelBurntest only utilize the CPU from 15%-80% across all cores but P95 will go up to 100%.

    As I said my 4.2Ghz with HT&Turbo on passed the Intelburntest but when I put over P95 or OCCT then it fails. It's usually the other way around with LGA775 CPU, I will try with Coredamage next when the PSU is back from RMA.

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    Someone else seems to be doing the same Deton Just saw this: http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=221897
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    Grump, thanks for the link.
    Yup, IntelBurnTest need to be update to support i7 procs. I like to use it to do stability test for under 10 minutes instead of 8hrs.

    Unfortunately, it's not for i7 at the moment with HT on. With the HT on then it will spreads the work load across of 8 cores. So it core load average of 50% however you still get high temps with Intelburntest but it doesn't mean you have stable overclock.

    Example; Bully's case; he's passed IntelBurnTest and P95 with HT disable but I think he will fail P95 with HT, I think. I can't concluding this test until I get the 1k PSU back, I don't trust the 700w PSU which I'm testing it on at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    try to do it with HT on, you will see IntelBurntest only utilize the CPU from 15%-80% across all cores but P95 will go up to 100%.

    As I said my 4.2Ghz with HT&Turbo on passed the Intelburntest but when I put over P95 or OCCT then it fails. It's usually the other way around with LGA775 CPU, I will try with Coredamage next when the PSU is back from RMA.
    My cpu stepping is not be good enough for turbo and HT turned on.
    With HT disabled, intel burn test loads all 4 cores on 100%
    With HT enabled 8 intel burn test doesn't load all 8 threads on 100%

    Did u also managed to find out if your P6T deluxe had the NB sensor?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bullydog View Post
    My cpu stepping is not be good enough for turbo and HT turned on.
    With HT disabled, intel burn test loads all 4 cores on 100%
    With HT enabled 8 intel burn test doesn't load all 8 threads on 100%

    Did u also managed to find out if your P6T deluxe had the NB sensor?
    I can get it boot @ bclock 205x20 with HT&Turbo on = 4.3Ghz but fail P95 but I think it durable with 200x20 HT&Turbo on = 4.2Ghz. I need some more tweaking to get it stable, I will do some more tweaking when the 1K PSU is back. So I can isolate the PSU out of the equation.

    Ok, I did a quick screen shots so you guys can see what I was talking about. These screen shots captured at 5 minutes mark of priming.

    IntelBurnTest: average CPU load is 50% and load Temp is 67c
    Note: if you use Vista CPU Usage meter as the one you see in the screen shot, the top one. This meter is not accurate, it is not compatible with Core i7. You need you use the bottom one or the one from Everest.



    Prime95: CPU load consistent at 100% and load Temp is 74c



    OCCT with HT OFF: average CPU load is 51% and load Temp is 64c. It ultilizes 1% more than IntelBurnTest but the load temp is lower, 3c less.


    OCCT with HT ON: CPU load consisten at 100% and load Temp is 71c



    CoreDamge: CPU load consistent at 100% with 8 threads running, load Temp is 81c .WOW


    There you go guys, if your Core i7 can survive CoreDamge then you should thankful to your cooler.
    What is the safe ideal load temp?
    I would say from 70-75c but I personally prefer lower.

    Bully; P6T don't have NB sensor. How about your?
    Anyway, my MOSFET run cool as cuccumber and luke warm for NB (air cooling)

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    Wow, shame it only tests your cooling .....I wonder if an i7 version of burn test is due anytime soon.

    The old version of prime would let you load multiple instances ...is it possible with the later versions of any of these?
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    Deton,
    Thanks for the picture illustration very clear...have you tried intel burn test with HT turned off?
    i am quite sure that intel burn test loads all 4 cores at 100% with HT turned off

    if it is not compatible i believe it is not compatible with HT turned on with 8 threads

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullydog View Post
    Deton,
    Thanks for the picture illustration very clear...have you tried intel burn test with HT turned off?
    i am quite sure that intel burn test loads all 4 cores at 100% with HT turned off

    if it is not compatible i believe it is not compatible with HT turned on with 8 threads
    I think Intel Burn Test will do 100% with 4 threads. I will try it later on.
    Yes, I think it is not compatible with more than 4 threads. It's need to be updated.

    See, I got my i7 HT/Turbo on and it passed IntelBurnTest. I said Cool, piece a cake to overclock core i7 until I put on P95 or OCCT. The truth came out, it kicks my a$$ black and blue. I'm determine to have at least 4.2Ghz with HT and Turbo on. I'm going to get it stable, gotta too.

    IMO, it's no point to pay good money for this CPU and disable those features.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpydaddy View Post
    Wow, shame it only tests your cooling .....I wonder if an i7 version of burn test is due anytime soon.

    The old version of prime would let you load multiple instances ...is it possible with the later versions of any of these?
    if you take a look at CoreDamge website, it's also state for overclock stability test as well.
    http://damage.vigilantesoftware.com/

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