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post #41 of 78 (permalink) Old 05-13-2008, 11:37 AM
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Edit: I should note that S&M does not seem to work correctly with Vista.
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post #42 of 78 (permalink) Old 05-16-2008, 07:52 AM
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Updated the kit with the following:
  • Core Temp 0.99
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I have decided to put together an Essential Overclocking Software Kit for members and guests who are new to world of overclocking. The reason why I have chosen to do this is to facilitate their needs in terms of what software they will need to Download.

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If you are just looking for a specific Download than please click on the program itself.

Excellent selection, but what about RealTemp for those 45nm chip?

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Wow, this is a very nice package for newbies like me. I am in the process of playing around with them on my current computer so I can be more skillful at these apps when I get my new build.

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Its sounds good. but ihave never tried this kind of experiment... coz i dun want to loose my greatest Pc ever..
can sumone suggest me if this is good for my pc and wil not harm it??
These are all safe programs. The applications themselves cannot harm your computer but the stress (heat/temperature) could, so I would recommend you to monitor your CPU temps with Core Temp while running Prime95 as it'll stress your CPU.

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Thanks much for this, it will be helpful on my journey to build a new 6600 system.
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Running a Pentium D here, what should I use instead of core temp?

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ok this is a really great help or noobs like me, but is there an actual basic overclocking guide on this board that anyone is aware of? also does it matter whether you dual core or quad core etc. when using CoreTemp?
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ok this is a really great help or noobs like me, but is there an actual basic overclocking guide on this board that anyone is aware of? also does it matter whether you dual core or quad core etc. when using CoreTemp?
Look in the Intel Motherboard Section of the forums for a guide on how to overclock it. As for Core Temp it doesn't matter if you have a Dual or a Quad Core

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thanks for the quick reply, great thread.
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