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post #11 of 13
I say you can call it stable after reaching 10 hours, but usually there wont be much problems after first 2-3 hours, just in case.
post #12 of 13
My 2.18GHz overclock stayed seemingly stable for 6 days ran the Prime95 test for 10 hours... Before it showed its self to really not be stable. The bios had to be reset.
    
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Dell 22" Corsair VS550 Thermotake Matrix HDTV Card 
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post #13 of 13
no one games for 24 hours, well, not for long anyway LOL

However, one of my systems has been folding for 7 days straight, I'll turn it off and reboot it tonight just to refresh Windows, then it will go back to 100% load for 7 more days. Once I had a system run for 16 days straight with no break......


Are you "stable" after 7 hours? No, not really, not technically. The requirment for the official Intel overclock database here is 8 hours.

Are you stable enough for what you want to use it for? Well, only you can answer that question.
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