So the setup I'm overclocking is my everyday desktop and after reading the windows 7 setup and tweaking guide for benchmarking I'm wondering if I should setup a dual boot system. One which I will use as my everyday OS and a 2nd on one of my SSDs for benchmarking. I have something like 90 processes regularly running on my OS along with my the services. The guide says not to install any programs after the OS install except for the benchmarking utilities which I have a lot installed right now and don't want to format, benchmark then install all the programs over again.
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6/30/13 at 6:55pm