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BSOD can result from lots of things...like not enough voltage, or simply too high a clock speed.

What are your settings for your system...cpu,nb,ht,dram...frequency and voltage and timings?
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My new temps
15 min large FFT
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Nice temps, but prime is a waste of time and energy. Try Intel Burn Test or LinX, or any of the Linpack tests. I have read that they are much more stressful than prime, and they take only a fraction of the time to determine stability. Run it @ maximum stress level to test memory harder.

EDIT: I just talked to someone who says double prime blend is the best. I say it takes too long. I want to know now.
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Just wanted to test it to see what my temps were
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Nice temps, but prime is a waste of time and energy. Try Intel Burn Test or LinX, or any of the Linpack tests. I have read that they are much more stressful than prime, and they take only a fraction of the time to determine stability. Run it @ maximum stress level to test memory harder.

EDIT: I just talked to someone who says double prime blend is the best. I say it takes too long. I want to know now.
Double prime makes zero sense. I don't know who started this trend but it's recent and none of the old timers seem to use it. Will any application run two threads per core on all of your cores? No. Not right now anyway. Kinda like using a chaingun to kill a mouse.

You're right about LinX and IBT. They're good for quick and dirty OCs.
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Double prime makes zero sense. I don't know who started this trend but it's recent and none of the old timers seem to use it. Will any application run two threads per core on all of your cores? No. Not right now anyway. Kinda like using a chaingun to kill a mouse.

You're right about LinX and IBT. They're good for quick and dirty OCs.
You must install prime on either 2 different HDs or 2 seperate folders. So it's actually running twice. I think maybe if you let one get say a half hour head-start...then they'd be running 2 different tests on each core. Right?
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You must install prime on either 2 different HDs or 2 seperate folders. So it's actually running twice. I think maybe if you let one get say a half hour head-start...then they'd be running 2 different tests on each core. Right?
Doesn't matter when they start. If they're running simultaneously, you'll have two threads per core. For a quad that would be 8 threads; overkill.

Just stick to Linx/IBT. If it was worth the time/effort/stress on components someone would've thought about it much, much earlier.
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Right...I had 12 threads going.

I agree that it is definitely unnecessary stress on the components.
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Anyone have any idea when the 95W is coming out? Looking to dump my current as it's running a bit hot for my taste.
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post #830 of 5036
Cant get my fsb higher then 290 without raising the volts a lot. Looks like its time for a 890FX
Edited by Yogi - 7/16/10 at 12:58am
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