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I keep trying to run wprime1024M on my 655k to submit some times to HWBot, but every time it reaches ~25% it stops running and says "cheat detected". I'm not cheating, nor would I even know how to cheat, so it's a little frustrating that I can't run it.

I can run wprime32M just fine, it's wprime1024M that's causing me problems. Does anyone know why wprime keeps thinking that I'm cheating, and how do I stop it from happening?

Thanks in advance.
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is that at stock clocks or overclocked?
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Originally Posted by Mikecdm View Post
is that at stock clocks or overclocked?
Overclocked, 4.60ghz HT on
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That will happen with an unstable overclock
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That will happen with an unstable overclock
Ok thanks. I just assumed I would BSOD if I was unstable, but I guess not. I'm still new to Intel, as I've always been an AMD guy, but I'm guessing it was the HT threads that were unstable?
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post #7 of 11
It has nothing to do with the extra threads (though, you could be stable at a lower voltage with HT off). Your overclock is just unstable.

Run Linx for 20 runs or so, or Prime95 for a few hours to stability check.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Xeio View Post
It has nothing to do with the extra threads (though, you could be stable at a lower voltage with HT off). Your overclock is just unstable.

Run Linx for 20 runs or so, or Prime95 for a few hours to stability check.
It's benchmarking, you basically want it overclocked enough to be right at the edge of stability for the bench you are running for the best scores. LinX & prime95 are pretty much meaningless at that point, those are more for testing a 24/7 kind of overclock.

I did a quick search on this, only other thing I could find was at the bot on system time that could cause the error , although this seems to be more for really long runs on old processors http://hwbot.org/forum/showthread.php?t=10088
    
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It's benchmarking, you basically want it overclocked enough to be right at the edge of stability for the bench you are running for the best scores. LinX & prime95 are pretty much meaningless at that point, those are more for testing a 24/7 kind of overclock.

I did a quick search on this, only other thing I could find was at the bot on system time that could cause the error , although this seems to be more for really long runs on old processors http://hwbot.org/forum/showthread.php?t=10088
Ok thanks. I was benching on my stripped Win7, but that seems to be a little finicky for some benchmarks; once I find my HDD with my nLited XP on it I'll run it on there and see if that fixes the problem.

I know the nLited XP will give me better 2D scores, but I just got this processor and I was too impatient to try and find my other HDD

Edit: FTW, I was going to rep you but I just noticed that you're an editor now so I can't (well I still could I guess). Congrats on becoming an editor.

Edit #2: You are an editor right? I don't see the badge under your name, but you rep has disappeared
Edited by HobieCat - 2/6/11 at 12:18pm
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Stock xp will give better scores than w7. Pretty much anything will give better wPrime scores than w7.
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