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Is Orthos always right?

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I'm trying out Orthos right now and I failed it in 8 seconds. Is it always right? I mean, I get can through 3DMark06, Folding and other intense CPU usage fine.

I didn't get any restart or BSOD. If Orthos failed, what would the outcome be if I don't give it more voltage or declock a bit?
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You can try OCCT dual core version, or prime 95 if you would like to test that theory out.
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You can try OCCT dual core version, or prime 95 if you would like to test that theory out.
OCCT failed in 3 mins. Okay so, what would be the outcome if I just leave my overclock like this without declocking or raising vcore?
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Funny that you mention that......other people has had that thing happened.

I've never run orthos, I've considered a waste of time.

I only do PCMark05 and 3DMark06, those I can pretty much depend on because they're based on task that my computer will be doing but orthos? Not sure what that does but I find it to be very useless, so I don't running for system stability.

BTW, so far I've never run it and my rig is stable and had it for a while at 3.60ghz and same thing, no issues.
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Stress test programs just ensure that your CPU will make absolutely zero errors in any calculations. By getting errors, it just shows that your CPU is not perfectly stable, but should be stable enough to run everyday programs, unless you run some kind of business where one system error can cause a loss of data or loss of a lot of money.
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I think OCCT is very good, it will test up to like 16 cores if you had them, a 30 minute run shows a pretty stable system.

Another thing you can tell when running occt that it puts a good load on there whilst running orthos it seems to stress it but I can still do everything else I normally do. If I run occt I get hotter also.
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Thanks for the information guys.

I guess I'll stay at 3.1Ghz than 3.24Ghz. ><
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