By Klimentiy Kulapov
I was testing my system memory and got a warning 20 seconds after the test started, I also recently got a blue screen twice with an error of memory management. And all of above started when i bought the second ram module Kingston ValueRAM [KVR16N11/8] , btw the first one is exactly same. Idk what to do, I`ve already tried to reinstall them and it gives same result.
My motherboard is GA-H81M-S1 rev 2.0
Hi it is my system spec:
Cpu: 6700k intel
Ram: 2x8 GB gskill trident z royal 3600Mhz ( run at xmp 3600 Mhz)
mobo: ix code asus
vga: xFx Rx 580 gprs 8 GB
Power: cooler master 650 W
long short , sometimes when i playing games i get bsod Watch dog timed out error or game crash to desktop, i did not have this problem before and i did not change anything in my pc since i have no bios change or hardware change i mean, i tried reinstalling windows also and update driver etc ...
well after all of this i decided to check my system with aida 64 stability test and well here i am : FPU test after 10 sec stop and show me system failure error. ( i do not get bsod watch dog error during this or other stress tests) also i ran other stress testes for 30 45 min and no error seems like it just happen for fpu.
i just wanna figure out what part of my pc is making this problems.
pls help since this is the most weird problem i had ever.
Edit: I think I found the answer to why the stability test is running at low clock speeds - something to do with demanding tasks drawing more power, and so it downclocks to obey power limits.
Hi everyone! This program looks pretty sweet. I've just done my first stability test (on the trial version), mainly to troubleshoot CPU overheating and throttling (which is a problem in my gaming laptop).
I noticed that throughout the test, my CPU clock speeds were around the 2500mhz mark (give or take 300mhz), but my CPU turbo goes up to 4100mhz. I was surprised at that - I thought a stress test would crank the CPU to it's highest clock rate. Why does it only run it at a moderate speed?
Secondly, is there a place where I can see aa report on the stability test? Like the average clock speed, average temp, average throttling etc.? I looked at the 'statistics' tab, but the average values keep diminishing after I stop the test, as though it is displaying the average value since I started the program, not just during the test.
Whenever I stress test memory, I almost immediately get the hardware failure. I tested my memory with memtest, windows diagnostic, switched ram slots, and it says it is fine. Everything else works. I do not understand why this is happening. Any ideas?
Motherboard temperature as hot as CPU temperature on stability test (MSI B450M Bazooka + Ryzen 5 2600X)By cplchillaxton
It is my first post in the forum and I want to ask about something that bothers me, thanks for the help in advance.
Specs, to begin with:
Case: Corsair 100R
Mobo: MSI B450M Bazooka AM4
CPU: Ryzen 5 2600X
CPU Cooler: Xigmatek Windpower 1266 (pretty sure it's not common in the global market atm)
GPU: Sapphire Radeon RX 580 Nitro+ 8GB
RAM: Adata XPG 2X8GB 3000 mHz
The thing is that when I'm performing the stress test, CPU (always on stock values) hovers around 75 - 80 celsius which I think is ok considering it is under 100% load while MOBO temps go as far as 80-81 degrees and that kinda bothers me as I think it should not reach that far.
Idle temps are not that bad but still higher than CPU at all times, current temps on regular desktop browsing are as attached.
Do you think it's fine, or should I start looking for a more decent mobo e.g. something like B450 Tomahawk?