Question Unstable Hardware (CPU RAM SSD HDD

May 1, 2019
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(Crossposted from Reddit)


I started Benchmarking my PC a while ago and wanted to max out my Performance.

I was able to Overclock my GPU, a GTX 1070 Ti fom Asus, Stable. (0 Artifacts, and always 99% - 101% Score in UserBenchmark)

I realized that my Memory in general (RAM, SSD and HDD) are Very unstable. My CPU is also Very unstable (Intel i7-8700 NON k).

My OS (Windows 10) is installed on my SSD and Games are on the HDD. I used 71.2GB/ 232GB from the SSD (Advertised as 250 GB) , and 1.69TB/3.63TB from the HDD (Advertised as 4TB). Nm

All my Hardware was newly bougt in November 2018.

Here are 2 Benchmark where you see the Diffrence:

Https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/19787490 \- Bad SSD score

Https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/19787354 \- Bad HDD and CPU score

I dont have a link to a bad RAM score.

i Wont be able to use my PC until 04.09.19, because im not at home.

My Hardware:

i7-8700

GTX 1070-Ti (Asus)

Samsung 860 EVO M.2 250 GB

WD Blue 4TB (2015) - Bought in 2018, Sealed

Kingston HyperX DDR4 2666 C15 (4x4GB)

Thanks for your help


(Edit: Benchmarked always under same Conditions)
 

Phaaze88

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Don't take those scores to heart. Userbenchmark is actually garbage for scoring your PC.
It does have uses in aiding to find problems within PCs though.
I don't see anything wrong with your system.
Those scores are likely linked to the 5% difference in background cpu processes.
Windows is always doing crap in the background, plus anything else you may have had open at the time.
 

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