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Old 2005-11-02, 10:27   #1
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Hi everybody,
i just started prime 95 for the first time. I thought i could find the problem with my pc because its freezing in every 3d application.
Well, i started prime 95 and a 1 minute later it says:
Test 1, 4000 Lucas- Lehmer iterations of M19922945 using 1024K FFT lenght
FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.4978408813, expected less than 0.4
Hardware failure detected consult stress.txt file
Torture test ran 0 minutes- 1 errors, 0 warnings

What does this mean and which hardware part does cause this?
I used the general torture test with a little bit of everything!

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Old 2005-11-02, 14:14   #2
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No0dles,

Often this result means you have memory issues. Please refer to the STRESS.TXT file that is included with the Prime95 distribution for troubleshooting suggestions.

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Old 2005-11-02, 14:23   #3
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No0dles,

Often this result means you have memory issues. Please refer to the STRESS.TXT file that is included with the Prime95 distribution for troubleshooting suggestions.

John
oke i've just changed my memory with another. Both are the same, 1024 MB DDR3200 CL 2.5!
Got still the smae message. Now i am going to change the Memory in 2 banks of 512 in dual channel mode. Maybe or maybe not.

You will hear!
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Old 2005-11-02, 22:00   #4
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try underclocking cpu/system bus
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Old 2005-11-02, 22:00   #5
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Update all your drivers. These are the software that allows your components to operate. Video card driver, sound card or audio driver. Also make sure you have the most recent drivers for your motherboard.

Post the specs of your system, this might help us diagnose the problem.
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Old 2005-11-03, 08:22   #6
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Update all your drivers. These are the software that allows your components to operate. Video card driver, sound card or audio driver. Also make sure you have the most recent drivers for your motherboard.

Post the specs of your system, this might help us diagnose the problem.
SYS SPECS.
Huntkey 400W powersupply
ASUS a7v880 mainbord
AMD Athlon XP 3200+ 400 FSB
XFX Geforce 6800
2048 MB DDR (4 x 512 MB DDR 3200 CL 2.5)
Well the system is now working good.
I turned the clockspeed of the RAM to 333FSB. Not fast but stable.
I had to put all options in my bios to manual! Because my mainbord does get wrong settings in auto mode. It's just fu ed up! I won't buy any ASUS products anymore. That's the first time i got such problems like this!
ALL my drivers are up to date and my bios too!

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Old 2005-11-03, 10:39   #7
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AMD Athlon XP 3200+ 400 FSB
XFX Geforce 6800
I have these on one of my systems. Heat is a big problem. Firstly, I had an overheating power supply which I replaced. It seemed okay. Next, under extreme use with say GTA, the system rebooted -- it was heat again. A simple system fan extracting the heat cured this. The PSU, CPU and graphics card combine to produce quite a bit of heat which needs to be dealt with. If you don't already have a system fan, see if you can get more milage with the case side removed.

What are your temperature readings from BIOS?
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Old 2005-11-03, 11:14   #8
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I have these on one of my systems. Heat is a big problem. Firstly, I had an overheating power supply which I replaced. It seemed okay. Next, under extreme use with say GTA, the system rebooted -- it was heat again. A simple system fan extracting the heat cured this. The PSU, CPU and graphics card combine to produce quite a bit of heat which needs to be dealt with. If you don't already have a system fan, see if you can get more milage with the case side removed.

What are your temperature readings from BIOS?
Well, i got an system fan in the front which sucks cold air in and on the rear is one fan which spits the warm air out. My power supply has also a 120 mm fan which sucks the warm air in. You can feel that the warm air is coming out on the rear. So, no parts which make trouble with overheating.

My bios says that my ambient temp, 30 c is and mu CPU is around the 43 c (idles) and under pressure, mu cpu can reach a temp. of 48 c!
So it's no problem.
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From: http://www.xbitlabs.com/discussion/820.html

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16. Jep Asus has done it again....make a ******-up board that is....this is the newest model with memory problems...the memory won't run @ 400Mhz (sims are ok as tested in other machine w. nforce chipset and have tried a dozen different brands/types)

DON'T BUY THIS BOARD! IN FACT DONT BUY ASUS / VIA COMBO'S AT ALL!!!


See if your retailer will replace the mainboard with a real one.
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Old 2005-11-03, 12:25   #10
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See if your retailer will replace the mainboard with a real one.
Yes you're right! i already asked for Returning this piece of plastic. Still waiting!
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Old 2005-11-05, 08:25   #11
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I have just run Prime95 for a first time. I have overclocked A64 and underclocked Dual chanel RAMs (2*512 TwinMos Speed Premium PC3500 433). I get an error on Test 5 1000 Lucas-Lehmer iterations of M65390273 using 3584 FFT lenght. Then I reduce my overclock from 290*9 to 285*9 and I got an error on Test 5 9 Lucas-Lehmer iterations of M7449747384 using 4096 FFT lenght (10 hours and 2 minutes). Should I reduce my CPU overclock even more? Or it's stable now too?
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