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Artifact Scan for how long?

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How long should I artifact scan using ATI Tool? I've scanned for 90min with no error. Would you call that stable?
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I generally like to let it run for 30min or so and then whilst still open run DVD or some other form of high intensive visual display to really heat things up and then check on it after 1hr or so.

I also would recommend doing this in the max heat of the day.
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Originally Posted by xie67
I generally like to let it run for 30min or so and then whilst still open run DVD or some other form of high intensive visual display to really heat things up and then check on it after 1hr or so.

I also would recommend doing this in the max heat of the day.
Sounds good. My temps never go over 65, so I think I'm safe (idles at 42).
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