Adaptive vs Manual

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  1. Posts : 26,345
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       #61

    Andrew, you are really getting into it(finding the perfect stabil Extreme Load OC).
    I have an idea if you have either Office, Office365, or even LibreOffice:

    Create an Excel Sheet with all your collected data, then use Access to form the database, then you could create interactive charts, to help you, later.
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  2. Posts : 16,066
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       #62

    Or create a thread and post results
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  3. Posts : 2,445
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       #63

    Just finished the AIDA64 stability test which ran for just over 1 hour:

    Adaptive vs Manual-aida64-stress-adaptive-offset.jpg

    Will tweak some more later.
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       #64

    Cliff S said:
    Andrew, you are really getting into it(finding the perfect stabil Extreme Load OC).
    I have an idea if you have either Office, Office365, or even LibreOffice:

    Create an Excel Sheet with all your collected data, then use Access to form the database, then you could create interactive charts, to help you, later.
    Adaptive vs Manual-2017_04_02_18_42_491.png
    Sounds complicated
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  5. Posts : 2,445
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       #65

    Dialed in the tested values and all is OK.

    Voltages are looking better in H/W Monitor

    Adaptive vs Manual-hwm-better-volts.jpg

    A few tests again:

    IBT (std) = PASS temps 66 67 68 67
    IBT (high) = PASS temps 68 69 70 67
    Cinebench (5 consecutive runs) = 1025 - 1025 - 1025 - 1026 - 1026 temps 61 61 59 60
    Realbench 1/2 hour run 16Gb RAM tested = PASS temps 65 67 64 66
    Last edited by worf105; 02 Apr 2017 at 15:38.
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