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post #1 of 36 (permalink) Old 03-06-2009, 10:24 PM - Thread Starter
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hey guys i was running prime95 for 24 hours and it failed 18 hours what would you do
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18 hours is good enough. I mean you don't run your computer at max that much for 24/7 do you?

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lower your oc and try it again, maybe 3.6 ghz?
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Can you elaborate? By failed do you mean it auto-shut-off or did it BSOD?


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I had better luck @ 9x418, my prime would last for 14+ @ 3.8 but I eventually had to give in.
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I usually call it good after 12 hours. So 18 is really good. Go play some games and relax.

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Honestly unless for some reason your CPU will be at 100% ALL the time. I wouldn't worry about it at all.

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yeah bsod after 18 hours

ntsf error or something
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One notch up the voltage on the vCore, the NTFS error even though related to your hard drive is very likely the result of an unstable OC.

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