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  1. #1
    my cpu was at 54degC. tCase is 68degC for the i7-3970x.
    using XMP 1.3 mode (1600 or 800MHz) for memory (see signature).

    this could be due to a bug. the memory gets pretty hot. does memory overheat shutdown the system?

    around beginning of test #7 it shutdown the pc. it's consistent.
    when I started memtest, I hit F2 to force multithreaded mode to speed things up.

    hitting F2 on my p4-ht system causes a lockup and it doesn't even get to the point of starting start any tests.
    without F2, it incorrectly reports the number of "cores" on the system. there is only 1 core, but 2 threads. on my i7-3970x if I remember right it lists 12 "cores" although they are really threads. so something is inconsistent here.

    also, hitting c to configure using defaults shows that it's configured for parallel threads. but it runs like a single thread and takes 3+ hours on an i7-3970x, which is FAR slower (new tests?) than 4.20

    i7-3970x(6C 12-thread) asus p9x79 deluxe mobo 64GiB RAM desktop microcode patch 710,
    asus p9x79 deluxe motherboard rev 1.xx BIOS version 9904 http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/P9X...specifications
    intel X79 chipset according to asus site (c600 series, cpuid pc wizard says - c602?)
    intel x79 chipset storage
    Marvell® PCIe 9128 storage controller (reports as marvell 9130)
    Corsair XMS3 ddr3-1600 8Gx8 P/N CMX32GX3M4A1600C11 operating in XMP mode
    ASMedia® ASM1061 storage controller
    Realtek® 8111E gigabit LAN
    Intel® 82579V gigabit lan
    win7ult64sp1

    2x6GbpS HGST Deskstar 4TB 7200RPM 64MB cache 3.5" apparently in 512-byte sector mode.
    http://www.hgst.com/hard-drives/inte...top-drive-kits
    on Marvell 9128 controller channels E1 and E2

    1xsamsung 840 pro 256GB ssd (TLC 800P/E cycles/block) with 512MB cache apparently in 512-byte sector mode.
    http://www.samsung.com/uk/consumer/m...-7PD256BW-spec
    on intel x79 chipset controller channel 1
    intended for boot

    Pioneer BDR-2208 blu-ray burner
    on intel x79 chipset controller channel 3

    1st 4TB drive has a 2TiB win7ult64 partition.
    2nd 4TB HGST 6Gbps deskstar 64MB Cache is I think a GPT partiton

    GIGABYTE geforce gtx 670

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    other machine is:
    pentium 4 HT (1C 2-Thread) 32-bit 2.8GHz 3GiB RAM dell dimension 4600 desktop BIOS version A12,
    intel i865pe chipset, motherboard dell 0F4491
    some of the first computers with SATA apparently
    no AHCI (thinks it's in IDE mode?)
    32-BIT XP Pro OEM
    PNY geforce 6200 AGP 8x video card (nvidia)
    onboard intel 865? video not used
    1xSAMSUNG HD203WI 2TB hard drive 32MB cache 5400RPM
    1xWDC WD2001FASS-00W2B0 caviar black (disappears randomly)
    1xfloppy controller+3.5" floppy
    1xintel pro/100 VE LAN controller
    1xintel 82865G onboard graphics controller (not used)
    1xrt2800 LAN 802.11n (linksys WMP600N PCI card 802.11b/g/n card)
    Dernière modification par jmichae3 ; 15/10/2013 à 12h03. Motif: add p4-ht info
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    Jim Michaels

  2. #2
    if it helps any, I am using the ISO. I am not using ECC, but if I hit F2 to force multithreading, computer slowly shuts down during middle of test#7 at same place consistently (56degC so it's not the temp I would think).
    I still think something is wrong with the new ISO.
    perhaps the other fan temps could be put in so I can monitor? wondering if maybe case temp is too warm(?) proc spec shows tCASE (the max) to be 68degC.
    I even tried upgrading the ASUS P9X79 Deluxe USB3 firmware in windows, but this fails (my usb3 still works)?

    tried putting the SATA in IDE mode.
    tried removing the floppy drive.
    made no difference.
    please fix?

    during test#7 I am detecting some case warmth through the front panel vents underneath the blu-ray burner. it's a 150W proc and I have an 850W PSU, which I calculated to more than cover things.

    it's NOT rebooting. it's slowly shutting down. only think I can think of is thermal shutdown. maybe I need to change the airflow of my case so it flows through in one direction instead of just being twirled around... I didn't design it that way. couldn't understand why 2 fans on both sides the hard drives are pointing inwards.
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    Jim Michaels

  3. #3
    memtest works fine when it's not in SMP mode. only in SMP mode does it cause shutdowns and reboots. at about 9-10% in test#7. it's sudden enough that I don't know exactly what it dies on.
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    Jim Michaels

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  5. #5
    tried floppy version and I consistently get an error trying to read the .bin file using dd to write to floppies using install64.bat.
    perhaps you need a newer version of dd from newbigin's site. 0.6beta3 is out at least.
    note the error 87 "the parameter is incorrect". this is a windows win32 api error meaning you didn't feed it the right stuff, programmer error.

    Mon 12/09/2013 22:40:19.49|C:\Users\Jim-Michaels\Downloads\memtest86+-5.01.floppy\floppy|>install64
    ################################################## ############
    # #
    # Memtest86+ V5.01 Installation #
    # This installation creates a bootable floppy disk. #
    # #
    # Memtest is a standalone memory test and must be booted #
    # from a floppy disk. Memtest cannot be executed under #
    # DOS or Windows. #
    # NOTE:You will not be able to read from the floppy after #
    # the test is installed. This is normal. #
    # #
    ################################################## ############
    .
    Press any key to continue . . .
    rawwrite dd for windows version 0.5.
    Written by John Newbigin <jn@it.swin.edu.au>
    This program is covered by the GPL. See copying.txt for details
    Error reading file: 87 The parameter is incorrect
    8+1 records in
    8+1 records out
    Done!
    To run Memtest86+, leave the floppy in the drive and reboot.
    Press any key to continue . . .
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    Jim Michaels

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