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post #31 of 78 (permalink) Old 03-02-2008, 07:40 PM
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Very handy all-in-one package. I wish this had been available way, way, way back when I started OC'd. Thanks

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Very handy all-in-one package. I wish this had been available way, way, way back when I started OC'd. Thanks
Its also a great way to get all the updated versions of those programs too

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quick question. obviously core temp is a great prog for checking core temps...imagine that. but what should i be using to check ambient temps?

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quick question. obviously core temp is a great prog for checking core temps...imagine that. but what should i be using to check ambient temps?
I like Everest for that...

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Core Temp 0.97 has been recently added to the kit to replace the old version.

Now that 0.97 supports Vista x64 there is no more need for two separate kits.

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wow,thank you this is very useful.

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Exactly what I need to begin my own overclocking. I really didn't know what I needed, and spamming forums isn't my style. Thank you for taking the time to compile and provide the programs necessary all in one package.

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wow thanks for shareing

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Nice list... +1 cookie!

Maybe you'd like to add Memset?

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Looks great

Couple of points - is CPU-Z the latest version? They've just updated it to V1.45 I believe

Any chance of Orthos? It's a lot easier to use than Prime95 and seeing as it's accepted everywhere I can't see any harm in having it - hell, it's more accepted than Prime95 nowadays!

Any chance of getting MemTest for Windows in there too?

http://hcidesign.com/memtest/

It's really handy as you don't have to create a bootable disc - I've been using it for years now and it's great

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