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i finished it, never had any problems with performance, was playing on my laptop, with ati 5650, 4gb of ram and a dual core rated at 2,4ghz.
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Furmark is more a temp burn test, like linpack for GPUs, but it should also find if your OC is stable so you don't get annoying crashes in games.

I'd run something with artifact checking though, like Evga OC Scanner or GPU Tool.

Set a good fan profile and watch temps closely with all of these, enable OSD in Evga Precision/MSI Afterburner.
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