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BO, OCCT started using Prime 95 algorithm in Beta 2.0.0. Just FYI

Good luck
LIES!

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And I believe 3.0 added the ability to run Linpack.
MORE LIES!

J/K. I believe that Orthos/OCCT/Prime95 use the same iterations. OCCT doesn't work very well for me however, I think one of my temp sensors goes on the fritz every so often and shows readings of over 200C.
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Kryton, pathetic because I mentioned a few pages back about it being a S754 chip
Just wanted to be sure we were on the same page here.
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Im pretty sure my stepping is LCB9E on my 180. Im too lazy to take off the zalman though. any other way to check it?

Also, I'm lookin to reformat my system and set up RAID 0 on 2x250gb sata drives. Thats the faster one right? Like splits the data? half the loading speed for games? Anyone know if I need a floppy or can I use nlite to burn the drivers to an os disc? I have xp sp3 on a cd. any advice would be appreciated
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Also, I'm lookin to reformat my system and set up RAID 0 on 2x250gb sata drives. Thats the faster one right? Like splits the data? half the loading speed for games? Anyone know if I need a floppy or can I use nlite to burn the drivers to an os disc? I have xp sp3 on a cd. any advice would be appreciated
FnkDctr, Raid 0 stripes data to across both drives so yes technically it is "faster" on Reads and Writes. Throw in another drive and you'll have even more drive I/O.

A floppy disk will work perfectly. That is how I typically load the raid drivers at the OS installation screen. I'm sure with nlite you can do it I'm just not sure if it'll work. Are you referencing the motherboard in your signature?

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@Blitz: I have the latest video drivers. Just downloaded newest nforce4 drivers. Hopefully this fixes it.

@BlackOmega: Yup, I have a fresh install. I've formated and installed xp pro 3 times. I shall try prime 95 overnight (currently 8pm. will let it run from midnight until I wake up).

@ Thlk3r: Running Furmark (stability) right now (1024 resolution). Started at 7:45pm. It is 8:26pm now. Card heats up to 83*C avg fps is 14. No crashes or lock ups thus far.

Also, I have everything at stock. I will play a round of TF2 and let you know if my pc crashes. I'm thinking its a motherboard issue. I've tested different power supplies, and ram sticks and pc still locks up. I also tried a different 8600GT and again pc would lock up in game. Also, it locks up a lot quicker in TF2 than in L4D2. I noticed that on L4D2 it locks up only when I'm playing online (campaign or versus), single player no lock ups.
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@ Thlk3r: Running Furmark (stability) right now (1024 resolution). Started at 7:45pm. It is 8:26pm now. Card heats up to 83*C avg fps is 14. No crashes or lock ups thus far.
Menace, have you checked the Eventviewer to see if any errors are listed in there?

It may not be your motherboard. I mean if it's passing Furmark for that long of time then it's probably not hardware related. Furmark is pretty intense and loads the GPU more then TF2 and L4D. I guess we'll find out after the Prime 95 test

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FnkDctr, Raid 0 stripes data to across both drives so yes technically it is "faster" on Reads and Writes. Throw in another drive and you'll have even more drive I/O.

A floppy disk will work perfectly. That is how I typically load the raid drivers at the OS installation screen. I'm sure with nlite you can do it I'm just not sure if it'll work. Are you referencing the motherboard in your signature?

Good luck
Well I have 2x250gb WD 16mb cache sata drives, so I figured that'd be perfect for raid 0. I also have a 200b 2mb ide storage drive.

Yes, Im trying to install it on my sig motherboard, and I dont have a floppy, so I was wondering if anyone used nlite to implement the raid drivers. after I install them, how do I set it up? from windows applications or through the f4 raid config utility at the bios startup?
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Just ran TF2 and itt was going smooth for nearly an hour, played since 9:10 but just now it crashed 10:03. Settings are at medium (msaa off and aax2) I'm on my laptop right now, PC is rebooting. I have no idea what it could be... could it be my hard drive? I'll run prime 95 now.
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Alright, here's my new stability proof. I could probably get by with less voltage...but I got lazy and didn't feel like stressing AGAIN.


 
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Yes, Im trying to install it on my sig motherboard, and I dont have a floppy, so I was wondering if anyone used nlite to implement the raid drivers. after I install them, how do I set it up? from windows applications or through the f4 raid config utility at the bios startup?
FnkDctr, what operating system do you plan on using? Windows 7 may have the drivers pre-installed for the SATA Raid (Silicon Image or nForce). Otherwise if this is Windows XP then you're almost forced to use a floppy drive. I'm unsure if it's possible via USB drive. That may be something you can test.

The Raid configuration is done through the F4 config utility. Remember there are two different raid controllers (silicon image and nForce).

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