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Hey, could someone please explain how to use Prime95?
I dl'd it and ran it, this is what i got on my screen after about 2 hours:


I selected this setting:


Prime95 is supposed to tell you what your full load CPU temp is.... it just looks like gibberish to me, as you can see in the screen shot, it says nothing about full load CPU temp!
Help, Thanks
-Sin100
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LOL, No Prime 95 dosent tell you your temp. Run speed fan at the same time, and speed fan will.
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Yes run Speedfan to monitor your temps while priming and you should let your pc run prime for atleast 8 hours
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ok thanks i get it now lol!
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#Dose prime95 run never stopping?
#Can it ever burn up your system
##I ran it for about 12 hours and here is what i got, i print screened it when the green tick appeared, dose this mean somthing? like it has settled?

er.. Is this then:
Idle = 47*C ???
Full = 58*C ???
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Prime will run till you shut it off. Or you get an error. 8-12 hrs is good....some say 24 hrs to be sure.
Those temps are from different things in your system, not load and idle temps.
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o....well what are they then?
I was told that if i run speedfan asnd prime at the same time that reading i can see under then "Readings" tab was my CPU temp idle and full?
If it isn't then what is it? and how do i find out what my idle and full load temp is!! agg is it really this much trouble to find out?
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Originally Posted by Sin100
o....well what are they then?
I was told that if i run speedfan asnd prime at the same time that reading i can see under then "Readings" tab was my CPU temp idle and full?
If it isn't then what is it? and how do i find out what my idle and full load temp is!! agg is it really this much trouble to find out?
LoL no it is not that much trouble ....That 58C you found was probably you're CPU Temperature This was you're load temperature or maximum temp of CPU while it is doing 100% work for hours. Your Idle Temp can be found if you just load in windows run speed fan and just let your computer sit there for like 5 - 10 minutes to see the temp of it when it is doing 0% work
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o....well what are they then?
I was told that if i run speedfan asnd prime at the same time that reading i can see under then "Readings" tab was my CPU temp idle and full?
If it isn't then what is it? and how do i find out what my idle and full load temp is!! agg is it really this much trouble to find out?
It looks like the load temp is 58c. Never saw speedfan give an ambient temp and the -128 is obviously wrong. Idle temps are when nothing is running. Open speedfan and nothing else and see what the 58c reading changes to. If it goes down to mid 40's then thats your cpu temp. After verifying that, start prime again and you should see that reading go back to 58 or so.
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ahh cheers to both of you.
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