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Originally Posted by charlie310 View Post
This link was last updated almost 3 years ago. Since then, there have been several updates to P95. Also, you are the first person I have heard that runs several P95 tests at the same time. I'm am not saying you are wrong, because I really don't know. I'm just suggesting to use P95 like most people do; that way, people here are more familiar with your results.

Also, if you are running 3 different types of P95 tests at the same time, it will obviously be a crapshoot finding what caused instability (say if your PC BSOD).
I have to agree with this! My first thought is, if this multiple method of running prime95 is any better doesn't it seem strange that you're the only one running it this way? I've never heard of anyone doing this either, and the way some people are on OCN, I find very hard to believe nobody has made mention of it. I'm really not criticizing here, just sharing personal thoughts is all.

When I read the link they use the term multiple CPU's which to me refers to a system with just that, more than one CPU. They never mention multiple cores. As when prime runs it always loads each core 100% on my 1090T. This is where I think your getting confused. It also mentions the fact that only prime95 should be running and nothing else as it will take away from the load that prime95 is delivering. This is how I interpret it all.
 
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