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AVX IBT makes your cpu hotter and pulls more voltage than prime95 needs.
I've noticed this too. What is the "AVX" part of it? I have versions 2.4 and 2.5 of ITB
post #32 of 33
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I've noticed this too. What is the "AVX" part of it? I have versions 2.4 and 2.5 of ITB
Its the libraries needed for IBT, you also have to have SP1 installed for it to work. Basically its just a new instruction set. Heres a link to Linx with the AVX libraries. You can put the libraries in IBT with some renaming and copy pasting.

http://www.mediafire.com/file/2l2abq...10.3.2.005.zip
Edited by nagle3092 - 4/7/11 at 10:34am
 
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Maybe on other cpus because prime blend has always been the norm for a stable system but these chips are different. AVX IBT makes your cpu hotter and pulls more voltage than prime95 needs. So it obviously stresses harder, why use the weaker program?
Overclocking, using AVX IBT and successfulling running 20 passes, then crashing 20 minutes into a Prime95 Blend run kind of shows which is the better test for Sandy Bridge. When I was trying 4.8GHz, 4.7GHz, and a few different 4.6GHz configurations, I could run IBT all day. Prime95 Blend, on the other hand...
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