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Does anyone know if enabling SVM gives a performance hit under non-virtualization conditions?

To be specific, I want to run Windows XP Mode under Win7. Enabling SVM should improve performance, but I don't want to enable that CPU feature if everything else takes a hit when I'm not using XP Mode.

yes it does but nor much !
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SVM = Secure Virtual Machine, a virtualization technology by AMD.
Microsoft recommends (and possibly requires it, I'm still a bit unclear, but it should help performance) when running Windows XP Mode. 'XP Mode' is a full XP installation in a window run under Windows Virtual PC software.

It sounds silly, but if it allows 64-bit chips to run 16-bit software (and anything else that you use that doesn't play well with Windows 7 or 8).

Thanks for the answers, all, now I'm considering doing a quick burn retest to make sure it isn't an issue.
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How far can the socket temp go? Currently sitting at exactly 72 (said to be the max) under stress but I do wanna go further in my overclocking. Is something like 75-80 fine for a while when stresstesting?
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How far can the socket temp go? Currently sitting at exactly 72 (said to be the max) under stress but I do wanna go further in my overclocking. Is something like 75-80 fine for a while when stresstesting?

Most go with a rule of thumb that 10°C over your Max Core Temp. is 'safe' (also most board throttle around the 80-85°C region).

AMD recommends a safe core temp of 70°C as of a month or so ago.
post #2735 of 2735
I added a fan that I got from stock cpu heatsinks on the back of the socket and it helped, my mobo have a heatplate on the back of the vrms and it gets some air also, it lowered overall temps
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