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You may need to up the ram voltage as well. I would also recommend getting ddr2 800 ram and an after market cooler such as an ac freezer 7.
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You may need to up the ram voltage as well. I would also recommend getting ddr2 800 ram and an after market cooler such as an ac freezer 7.
I was only planning on running the ram at 667Mhz with a 1:1 ratio with the fsb giving me 3.0Ghz. Now I've gotten past 10 mins on Orthos by upping the vcore 2 notches and I will be leaving it on overnight. What test should I use, Small or Large FTTS, or Blend?
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Small is the best test for stressing the CPU to the max. Blend and Large won't torture the CPU as it should be tortured, the Naughty lil beast.
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Small is the best test for stressing the CPU to the max. Blend and Large won't torture the CPU as it should be tortured, the Naughty lil beast.
oooo Alrighty then. Thanks.
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