CPU - Ryzen 3 1200
MB - MSI B450M Gaming Plus
Video - Inno3D GTX 750 2Gb - 4 years
PSU - Chieftec CHP - 500A - 8+ years
MEM - Kingston HyperX KHX2666C16/8G 2 bars by 8Gb.
HDD - WDC WD1002FAEX-00Z3A0 (931 GB).
SYS - Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 1809 Build 17763.379
Bios last update. Default settings.
Sometimes Kernel-Power (41) mostly in games and tests Aida64.
Tests that I conducted (prime95(1 hour), OCCT(~40min), Memtest86(in bios (1 hour)), TestMem5), all is ok. Sometimes the sound hangs. As if the whole system hangs for ~0.2-0.4sec.
Hi, I've met a issue with the FPU stress test, the system would crash instantly when I click the "Start" buttom
it was ok to run a solo CPU stress test over 2 hour, but I just dont understand why it went wrong when conducting the FPU test. Any Ideas?
I've attached a AIDA64 report of my mobo
CPU:7940x (1.15volt, OC 4.5ghz)
RAM:Gskill 8G*4 4266mhz c17 (I set the frequency at 2133)
Using stable version 5.95.4500 in Win 10 64 bit and this is a bug that I have noticed: -
If I set aida64 to run on windows startup by checking the box in preferences then I get some mad lag and intermittent freezing while running the stability test - I'm just testing cpu.
(The elapsed time counter does not tick through as normal as in 1,2,3,4,5 etc but jumps to like 5, 21, 30 etc and if I switch from statistics to temperature tab there is a freezing delay and sometimes aida64 momentarily says its not responding)
I have seen on the net that this is totally normal when running the stability test as it maxes out resources.
If I manually run aida64 after windows has started up then this mad lag and intermittent freezing goes away - all works well.
This seems to be a problem with the way windows prioritizes aida64 while running on startup as opposed to manually running the program after windows starts?
Any ideas on how to fix this?
Hi there. Sorry if this question always been answered in the another topic, but it's not so easy to make good request for the search of that thing.
I use stress test and compare its results with the info from Windows 10 system monitor. And... CPU loading is different between AIDA monitor (100 percent) and System monitor (74 percent) - please, look at attachment picture. The question is simple: why?
With the best regards, Wazzy.
Just installed a new intel 5960x cpu replacing my 5930k cpu. My friend who knows computers did it, carefully removing the thermal paste off the old cpu and applying a short line of it (maybe 3/4" long) on the new CPU in between it and my cpu cooler (Zalman Liquid Cooler). My system was build 2 years ago by company that specializes in creating systems for Premiere Video editors, which I am. They overclocked the new 5960x cpu at 3.9Ghz at 1.250v, just as they had done with the 5930k one and then they recommended I run Aida64 overnight and then when I shared the numbers with them they said "they were okay as they were within spec". Just wanted to share the results here and ask what you all think. Is it strange that every other core seemed to consistently be hotter? Cores 1, 3, 5 and 7 were all close to 10 degrees hotter than 2, 4, 6 and 8. Is that normal? The test I ran for a little over 9 hours and kept the CPU, FPU, and Cache boxes checked. No crashes or anything and it's run well this weekend as I was back editing again. See the attachment for the exact numbers and let me know if their reply of "it's okay as the numbers are all within spec" is correct. I generally trust them as they've provided great support the last 2 years, but just wanna make sure.