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ITB for Sandy Bridge

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I'm using ITB v2.5, however I've seen a few links for 2.6. Also, I read on here that it's important to have the limpack update for proper instruction sets...?

I'm very confused. My current OC 4.7ghz @ 1.425vcore is a little on the hot side. How many runs of ITB at such and such a setting (I was using 10 @ high on 2.5 + about 8 hours prime) can be considered mostly stable. I'm a folder, will probably never play a game that pushes the CPU too much (do NES/SNES console emulators count, LOL).
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Here, I've included LinX with the updated LinPacks. The only difference between Intel Burn Test and LinX is the GUI, otherwise they both use the same linpacks for testing.

I normally do 50-100 runs of LinX on maximum memory accompanied with a bit of Prime95 afterwards.
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