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Your CPU's mutliplier and voltage will be lowered dynamically whenever the CPU isn't under load if the motherboard BIOS has EIST, and C1E enabled. When the CPU needs the extra power it will revert to the default speed.

Now I'm sure I don't have to hold your hand and provide a direct link to it, but Orthos is a program that will fully stress up to two CPU cores. Alternatively there is Prime95, both of which are available from the OCN downloads section.
When running prime95 or any OC rate, do you recommend me to run my fans(CPU & Case) at max speeds?
    
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When running prime95 or any OC rate, do you recommend me to run my fans(CPU & Case) at max speeds?
When fully loading all cores I prefer to keep cooling fans at their fastes speed.

Simply running a couple of applications, such as a virus scanner, of any media encoder will also allow you to see the multiplier increase when on the desktop. Alternatively simply run any 3D game in a window, as opposed to full screen, with CPU-Z open.
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