- Jun 8, 2011
- 9,130 (2.60/day)
- Somerset, UK
|System Name||Not so complete or overkill|
|Motherboard||Asus Crosshair 8 Hero (Non Wi-Fi)|
|Memory||Patriot 3200MHz 64GB|
|Video Card(s)||2 x EVGA GTX 1080 Ti SC Black Edition|
|Storage||1 250GB Crucial SSD for OS/Programs, 2 500GB Crucial SSD for Steam and Epic stores|
|Display(s)||3 x 23" LG IPS panels (can't remember model!!)|
|Case||10mm thick MDF on plastic risers.. It's kinda a case??|
|Power Supply||EVGA P2 1200w|
|Benchmark Scores||I've actually never benched it!! Too busy with WCG and FAH and not gaming!! :( :(|
It's at -.05v right now. It may not be much, but I wanted to do what I can to make it run a little bit cooler and draw a little bit less power. It's also psychologically satisfying to say "undervolted 4GHz"...
I've almost hit the 12 hour mark in Prime95. Soon it will be crunching again.
I'm a little torn right now. I've passed the 12 hour mark, but I really want 24 to be really sure... which turns into around 42 hours really, as I work this weekend. If I do that (feeling like I probably will, so I know the rig is rock solid) WCG gets installed no later than Saturday night, given it doesn't crash. At that point though it ought to be good for 24/7 running.
I'm sure it'll be perfectly fine but then the only possible problem you might have is IF it crashed after 23 hours 55 minutes and 23 seconds, would you consider it not stable? I'm all for a bit of overkill, but I think that personally your wasting your time with testing it that long. As mentioned before, I've stress tested things for hours, then would run Boinc for 5 minutes and I'd have work units crashing... Stability can be a funny thing
With Prime95, are you running a Blend test or small FFTs?