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i still need a way to validate my overclocks guys! *JaKe*
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i still need a way to validate my overclocks guys! *JaKe*
Tell the CPU-Z guys you want a Linux version.
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Eh, who cares about validation. You're running Linux and that means everyone else is automatically going to be jealous of you!
Haha. Until they use it.
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Tell the CPU-Z guys you want a Linux version.
If only , i guess i should try and get ahold of xp or vista.. testing in linux sounds pretty problematic.. *JaKe*
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If only , i guess i should try and get ahold of xp or vista.. testing in linux sounds pretty problematic.. *JaKe*
I'm quite serious. Until they hear it from more overclockers they will never do it.
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vmware for linux/bochs/other emulation program?

if you run windows 2000 inside linux desktop, it should still be able to see what your cpu is and validate it.. and as long as you allow the virtual machine to use %100 cpu it WILL do so and suceed in stressing your system... cpuz for windows for linux
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vmware for linux/bochs/other emulation program?

if you run windows 2000 inside linux desktop, it should still be able to see what your cpu is and validate it.. and as long as you allow the virtual machine to use %100 cpu it WILL do so and suceed in stressing your system... cpuz for windows for linux
I don't think that'll work. Though I'll try it here in about a minute as soon as the VM boots up.

EDIT: As I suspected, it doesn't work. It will neither validate online nor save a validation file.

EDIT 2: It's not an engineering sample, either.

Edited by error10 - 12/21/08 at 6:44pm
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