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Hello

Please help me in understanding the TEMP limit and Vcore limit (Safe limit) for
the Pentium D 945 Presler, where can I find out this, Or can someone tell me/

Thank you

additional question to who is friendly enough to answer them

1 Oh in Throttle watch, at CPU tab how is Green bar different from the Yellow ??
2 What does Prime 95 actually do and how long does it take?
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To answer your question accuratly, you will have to define your definaition of "safe". How long do you plan to use this CPU? What are your expectations for it?

You can follow the link in my sig tot he Intel site and get the maximum recomended levels for that CPU. For a CPU that you plan to keep for at least 3 years I recomend you stick to those. For safety, I usually suggest you not run at the maximum temp listed 24/7, rather 5-10c less than the spec is best for 24/7 operation at max load.


Can't answer your question on thrttoelwatch, however, Prime95 is a mathmatical computation program, it stresses the CPU running the calculations. It takes as long as you want to run it if you use the Torture Test option. 8 hours is minimum for true stabability test, 12 hours is recomended, and 36 hours is best. For dual core CPUs you need to run 2 copies of Prime at a time. You can do this by opening one normally, and then opening the RUN window, dragging the Prime icon into it, and then adding -a1 after the text in the window. This will open a seperate instance, then torture test.
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