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Easy on the animosity guys.. At least he's showing a prime run along with temperatures to verify his claims, and he's making an effort.
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post #112 of 127
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Originally Posted by AMD+nVidia View Post
It's SMP and it's fully using all 4 cores, as for Prime95, I have no clue about it, I just did what I was told to. I'm checking cores now...

Also, if you're running X64 you need the 64 bit version of Prime95

Load small FFTs (not blend) and let the temps fly.
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Originally Posted by Murlocke View Post
Run prime95 on small FFT for 10 mins with coretemp in the background and take a screenshot.
I did exactly as told, and now I'm being flamed for doing what I was told, and disproving you?
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Easy on the animosity guys.. At least he's showing a prime run along with temperatures to verify his claims, and he's making an effort.
Hes also being arrogant and insinuating that the rest of the members of this forum are incorrect.

"Well well well, I am right and you are wrong"
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Also, if you're running X64 you need the 64 bit version of Prime95

Load small FFTs (not blend) and let the temps fly.
It's 32-bit, and I'm using 32-bit, using SmallFFTs and the temps are lower than F@H, end of discussion!
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post #116 of 127
Come on people, help him out!
We do share what we know so that others can learn!
You all were there too and in need of others at some time!
    
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Good call..

Also, you live really close to me.

triple post, woo
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its ok, sorry
why dont you try this vrsion
http://mersenne.org/gimps/p95v256.zip
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Originally Posted by AMD+nVidia View Post
I'm using 32-bit, using SmallFFTs and the temps are lower than F@H, end of discussion!
BECAUSE YOU ONLY LOADED ONE CORE!!! (your processor has four, hence the name "quad core")

Load ALL of the cores with prime95 and then post a screenshot with your coretemp temps.
post #120 of 127
wow!..just.uh... wow?

come on AMD+Nvidia - you have been around here long enough to know a few things.

1. if you make claims that are not the norm, have proof and plenty of it!
2. for you overclock to mean squat here and get a seal approval from the OCN members, prime/orthos/occt are required.
3. I don't really know what else to say, other than happy overclocking!
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