Memory Optimizer : Processor Dead

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Memory Optimizer : Processor Dead

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Hello,

I wanted to share this with you.

The day before yesterday, I started faceswap to let it run all night, having first checked the temperatures in use, my processor and graphics card had good temperatures and I never had any problems.

Yesterday morning, looking at the result, I noticed that my pc had freeze, I restarted it but impossible, it reboots in a loop before the bios.

After having tested all the components, a new power supply, a new motherboard, new ram, it turns out that my processor is dead ...

I was using "Memory optimizer saving" I think that's what killed it.
My processor was an Intel Core i7-4790K

I'm not saying it's because of faceswap, but be careful anyway ...
by abigflea » Fri Jul 31, 2020 12:03 pm
Faceswap uses very little CPU, even with 2 or 3 simultaneous instances (23% avg for me w/Ryzen 2600). "optimizer savings" wont have much more of an effect.
FS obviously does push the GPU a bit(mine gets toasty), I gather yours is still in working order from your description.

It sucks your CPU died overnight.
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Faceswap uses very little CPU, even with 2 or 3 simultaneous instances (23% avg for me w/Ryzen 2600). "optimizer savings" wont have much more of an effect.
FS obviously does push the GPU a bit(mine gets toasty), I gather yours is still in working order from your description.

It sucks your CPU died overnight.
:o I dunno what I'm doing :shock:
RTX 2070 x2 : GTX 1070 x2 : Ghetto 1060

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Nope, mine is dead, I had to buy a new one : I9 9400k

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Training will raise the ambient temperatures inside your PC. You may want to take a look at your case fans and cpu cooling solution to make sure there is no build up of dust/dirt and in the case of an AIO or cooling loop, that your pump is working and your rad is clean. They do fail and I've been on the receiving end of a failure before, even with a brand new pump.

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I have always checked my temperatures and the processor has never risen above 70 ° C the graphics card 80 ° C, I have a very good airflow in my case

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