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I never wind up actually doing it more than a couple times per year - but if I was still a student or retired... I would totally do this. As long as you have a fast drive (I think striped SSDs probably counts wink.gif ) and a fast USB stick based installer... the whole wipe and reinstall process should take less than 15 minutes. With some careful scripting and a PXE deployment package you could simply have all the source media on the server, wipe your HDD (zero-fill it at least), and reboot right before going to bed. In the morning you'd have a fresh Windows, all patches downloaded and installed, as well as all of your codecs and 3rd party software - and absolutely no registry bloat, failed uninstallers, etc...

Naturally, that's only fast after you've spent the mind-numbing weeks scripting, testing, scripting, testing... over and over again - but if you go through that and you're still sane... then you can pretty much walk into any shop with more than 500 screens in their enterprise and walk out with a nice six-figure salary (granted low six-figure... but still). biggrin.gif

I haven't even activated my windows, because I used the code too many times or some dumb poop. Not gonna pay 200€ for that poo again...
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You should manually set like, uncore 34x (so it doesn't turbo to 40x) and ring to ~1.15-1.2v for guaranteed stability while clocking core, and then more importantly set VRIN LLC to a pretty high level and manually give it ~1.85vrin (more not always better)

Stock vrin with droop is too low for pushing 1.3 load vcore (1.27 +~0.02 from ivr) as it's designed for like 1.1vcore load, so it'll hurt your temps and/or stability being too low (weird sounding logic i know)


Linpack without avx has a ceiling around 80c for me, just ran for 5 mins 6gb RAM, max 79

But i'm on 1.32v bios, without ht. So 0.05v more, and no ht - you're 8c hotter. I think my temps are cooler than yours, but i'm not delidded. I'm on a Silver Arrow, so comparable on that front
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I haven't even activated my windows, because I used the code too many times or some dumb poop. Not gonna pay 200€ for that poo again...

You don't have to pay again. Click on that message where it says Windows is not activated. A window will open. Clicking around in there will guide you through an automated activation process. Windows will be activated at the end.

It will give you a free phone number to call. If you call that number, you will talk to a robot, not a human. Just follow its instructions. It will want you to type numbers on the phone's keypad and then dictate numbers and letters to type into that window on your PC.
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Yeah, but I dont have that message anymore and I am mad.gif
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You should manually set like, uncore 34x (so it doesn't turbo to 40x) and ring to ~1.15-1.2v for guaranteed stability while clocking core, and then more importantly set VRIN LLC to a pretty high level and manually give it ~1.85vrin (more not always better)

Stock vrin with droop is too low for pushing 1.3 load vcore (1.27 +~0.02 from ivr) as it's designed for like 1.1vcore load, so it'll hurt your temps and/or stability being too low (weird sounding logic i know)


Linpack without avx has a ceiling around 80c for me, just ran for 5 mins 6gb RAM, max 79

But i'm on 1.32v bios, without ht. So 0.05v more, and no ht - you're 8c hotter. I think my temps are cooler than yours, but i'm not delidded. I'm on a Silver Arrow, so comparable on that front

Whats ur ambient, and other temps everything is @ 5v in my case I dont want to hear my pc
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20 or so, and my case isn't heated much. If i was running gpu's at load etc i'd have adequate airflow to make sure they didn't have much effect on CPU temps

Your nh-d14 fans are at 5v?
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I haven't even activated my windows, because I used the code too many times or some dumb poop. Not gonna pay 200€ for that poo again...

Well, if you reinstalled it every two weeks... you'd never have to activate it again! For that matter you would never have to buy any Windows again because you'd always be in a trial period... as you would for all the other software you installed. Naturally, I'm not advocating this as a way to avoid paying for software... I'm just saying... rolleyes.gif
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You don't have to pay again. Click on that message where it says Windows is not activated. A window will open. Clicking around in there will guide you through an automated activation process. Windows will be activated at the end.

It will give you a free phone number to call. If you call that number, you will talk to a robot, not a human. Just follow its instructions. It will want you to type numbers on the phone's keypad and then dictate numbers and letters to type into that window on your PC.

This.
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Yeah, but I dont have that message anymore and I am mad.gif

What do you mean the message isn't there anymore? It's a permanent part of the properties dialog for non-activated copies of Windows. If it's not there then it means your copy is activated - regardless of the means you took to achieve that. Not sure what there is to be mad about - unless it's that your copy of Windows isn't a different OS (in which case I can certainly understand your anger). biggrin.gif
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I haven't even activated my windows, because I used the code too many times or some dumb poop. Not gonna pay 200€ for that poo again...

Well, if you reinstalled it every two weeks... you'd never have to activate it again! For that matter you would never have to buy any Windows again because you'd always be in a trial period... as you would for all the other software you installed. Naturally, I'm not advocating this as a way to avoid paying for software... I'm just saying... rolleyes.gif
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You don't have to pay again. Click on that message where it says Windows is not activated. A window will open. Clicking around in there will guide you through an automated activation process. Windows will be activated at the end.

It will give you a free phone number to call. If you call that number, you will talk to a robot, not a human. Just follow its instructions. It will want you to type numbers on the phone's keypad and then dictate numbers and letters to type into that window on your PC.

This.
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Yeah, but I dont have that message anymore and I am mad.gif

What do you mean the message isn't there anymore? It's a permanent part of the properties dialog for non-activated copies of Windows. If it's not there then it means your copy is activated - regardless of the means you took to achieve that. Not sure what there is to be mad about - unless it's that your copy of Windows isn't a different OS (in which case I can certainly understand your anger). biggrin.gif


The biggest reason why I reinstall Windows atleast once a month is because of driver updates and bloatware. As you use Windows updates, it causes buildup in your system. It's basically writing over old cold and sooner or later, it'll cause your system to slow down and you'll end up having a PC that lags even with the smallest task! That and I like keeping my system clean as possible.

Also, my Windows 7 installer is on a USB3.0 and it takes around 5 minutes for it to install Windows 7 onto the drive. My dad has this USB that I've been using for a long time, it downloads and updates all the Windows updates automatically and reboots and downloads more if there; normally it takes about 1 hour to finish it all. smile.gif Then I do the rest of Seans guide doing my drivers and everything and I'm done with a PC that's good as new. smile.gif And this is all when my PC is overclocked so it's even faster!

P.S. I think the reason why it doesn't show is because he probably bought an OEM OS. Microsoft OS's that aren't OEM can be used multiple times as long as there is only one PC using it at a single time. If it isn't OEM and you can't activate it, then you can contact Microsoft and complain for a new key. They'll definitely give it to you.
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The biggest reason why I reinstall Windows atleast once a month is because of driver updates and bloatware. As you use Windows updates, it causes buildup in your system. It's basically writing over old cold and sooner or later, it'll cause your system to slow down and you'll end up having a PC that lags even with the smallest task! That and I like keeping my system clean as possible.

Also, my Windows 7 installer is on a USB3.0 and it takes around 5 minutes for it to install Windows 7 onto the drive. My dad has this USB that I've been using for a long time, it downloads and updates all the Windows updates automatically and reboots and downloads more if there; normally it takes about 1 hour to finish it all. smile.gif Then I do the rest of Seans guide doing my drivers and everything and I'm done with a PC that's good as new. smile.gif And this is all when my PC is overclocked so it's even faster!

P.S. I think the reason why it doesn't show is because he probably bought an OEM OS. Microsoft OS's that aren't OEM can be used multiple times as long as there is only one PC using it at a single time. If it isn't OEM and you can't activate it, then you can contact Microsoft and complain for a new key. They'll definitely give it to you.

You should just image the drive after the fresh install... then you could merely apply the image and do an update cycle for the latest hotfixes - and make a new image. I love PING for that (Partimage Is Not Ghost) - but there are plenty other options. Your way works perfectly however, so it's not a big deal but why even mess with the download/reboot cycles if you don't need to. biggrin.gif

That's true about OEM copies - although usually with those there isn't activation at all - it comes autoactivated, it just won't install on a non-branded piece of hardware without hacking. That's the way all my Dell's have been (even though I've yet to run the OS that came with them other than for a week or so during testing/return period). biggrin.gif

It's so true... nothing runs as well as a fresh installed OS... with as little software and drivers as possible. To me running long installs (1 year plus) is like wearing the same underwear for a week... and I don't know anyone that enjoys that (although I can't say for sure because I haven't actually tried it). wink.gif
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The biggest reason why I reinstall Windows atleast once a month is because of driver updates and bloatware. As you use Windows updates, it causes buildup in your system. It's basically writing over old cold and sooner or later, it'll cause your system to slow down and you'll end up having a PC that lags even with the smallest task! That and I like keeping my system clean as possible.

Also, my Windows 7 installer is on a USB3.0 and it takes around 5 minutes for it to install Windows 7 onto the drive. My dad has this USB that I've been using for a long time, it downloads and updates all the Windows updates automatically and reboots and downloads more if there; normally it takes about 1 hour to finish it all. smile.gif Then I do the rest of Seans guide doing my drivers and everything and I'm done with a PC that's good as new. smile.gif And this is all when my PC is overclocked so it's even faster!

P.S. I think the reason why it doesn't show is because he probably bought an OEM OS. Microsoft OS's that aren't OEM can be used multiple times as long as there is only one PC using it at a single time. If it isn't OEM and you can't activate it, then you can contact Microsoft and complain for a new key. They'll definitely give it to you.

You should just image the drive after the fresh install... then you could merely apply the image and do an update cycle for the latest hotfixes - and make a new image. I love PING for that (Partimage Is Not Ghost) - but there are plenty other options. Your way works perfectly however, so it's not a big deal but why even mess with the download/reboot cycles if you don't need to. biggrin.gif

That's true about OEM copies - although usually with those there isn't activation at all - it comes autoactivated, it just won't install on a non-branded piece of hardware without hacking. That's the way all my Dell's have been (even though I've yet to run the OS that came with them other than for a week or so during testing/return period). biggrin.gif

It's so true... nothing runs as well as a fresh installed OS... with as little software and drivers as possible. To me running long installs (1 year plus) is like wearing the same underwear for a week... and I don't know anyone that enjoys that (although I can't say for sure because I haven't actually tried it). wink.gif

I would do an image since it is basically the same thing, just wiping it and putting those files in. It's fine that way but then if I installed the updates already in the image then my new installation will have old updates and end up having me update it again, causing overwrite. tongue.gif I'm pretty particular when it comes to my installations! Hahahaha!

I used to have an OEM OS that I got from Fry's for my PC but then that happened, it didn't let me use it again after I reinstalled my PC. Luckily I got a job at my dad's office to fix a lot of computers and their networking and his boss gave me an Enterprise key good for 1000 PCs to install on their newly issued laptops. I still use it till now and have given it to friends. tongue.gif I guess the only person who'd be fine with wearing the same underwear for a year is a shut-in. That or Valgaur. I mean, look at him. All he does now is sit in his house and bench and do LN2 runs. He's going to end up freezing random parts of his body so the moisture will keep him slightly clean. wink.gif
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