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I have been using Prime95 to test stability for a while now but I just realized that I am not using the latest version. I am currently running version 24.14. First off, is there any reason to upgrade to a newer version? Also how do some people get time stamps next to their tests? That would be a great feature to have.
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Latest i know of is 25.5.1.0, so why not upgrade to the latest version!
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The length of time the test has been running shows up after you stop the test, or after it hits an error.
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I have been using Prime95 to test stability for a while now but I just realized that I am not using the latest version. I am currently running version 24.14. First off, is there any reason to upgrade to a newer version? Also how do some people get time stamps next to their tests? That would be a great feature to have.
Thanks,
Cristobal

Here´s OCNs "Essential Overclocking Software Kit", here you have what you need for test your system.


http://www.overclock.net/downloads/2...tware-kit.html
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