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Originally Posted by Tleilaxu Ghola View Post
I almost think IBT "Maximum" is coded to fail if it detects your clock speed is above stock...

-TG
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post #12 of 13
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I fear for your computer
IBT Maximum has killed so much, so many overclocks died..It feels like blood on my hands...you have to understand..but you don't.

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post #13 of 13
OP, try again on LinX and Prime95.

Keep in mind, these are MAX stressors for your CPU and memory. In every day use, you PC will probably never be stressed this much.

The only exception to that is if you want to fold. If you do, you will need a rock solid stable OC.
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