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Quite true, it's often a hunt just to figure out what sensors are attached to what labels - they don't even get the sensor's right. I use a multimeter to find what's what and to see if there's any correlation to reality. Of course, we can't test inside the CPU effectively, but at least I found Vrin.

I haven't downloaded the x264 test, but I have run x264 video compression on rendered animations and video. I scheduled a set of about 10 hours of video which took the machine 2 hours and change to complete. That was using Adobe Media Encoder CS6, set for x264, no GPU assist (mine don't really qualify for GPU anyway, IGP is disabled). Temps during that time, where I was also running two VM's (one Linux, one Win7) in a debugging session with Firefox/Chrome/IE, hovered in the low 70's, dipping to 68 occasionally, while running fixed at 4.4Ghz @ 1.184 vcore, 1.7 vrin, 1.81 uncore.

We made the custom test just so that it was easier to run, it says how much FPS you are getting with the same encode (so it can be used to verify that performance is correct), it also averages ~99.9% load on quad core i7, with 99.99% load on the highest load core
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We made the custom test just so that it was easier to run, it says how much FPS you are getting with the same encode (so it can be used to verify that performance is correct), it also averages ~99.9% load on quad core i7, with 99.99% load on the highest load core

Oh! I shall download then.
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