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Would you happen to know the safe limits of an X2 opteron 175...

...would a 24/7 OC with load temps @ 49-51ish threaten the chips longevity seriously?

I think the juncture point is 65*C ???
That's fine. Rule of thumb is keeping an AMD below 60C max, but in the 50 area load is fine.

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Why can't I find info on the 25 on mersenne forums?

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Hey, I am starting to overclock using this software to stress test my cpu. I have read that when there is an error that it is unstable and needs to be tweaked, but what about when only one core consistently fails? Do I need more voltage? I am pretty sure this isn't the limit of my cpu because it is a qx9650 and only at 3.4ghz

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That is usually the case, needing more Vcore make it stable. There are many things it can be if that doesn't do the trick. It's probably easiest to do a search for your motherboard and see what others have done and had issues with. There is a lot to overclocking and learning what each component is capable of to get the most from your system. Know the limits and watch your temps, that's the most important part.

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Can you post up a link to 64bit versions? I cant find it on the forum but I know it exists
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Can you post up a link to 64bit versions? I cant find it on the forum but I know it exists
ftp://mersenne.org/gimps/

The file name is p64v256.zip

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PRIME95 64bit is gone now... could you re-link?
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