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Nice, I also hit the big 4ghz, but can you get it stable? <img src="/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />
 

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Probably yeah, what is a good stability test? I have been doing all sorts of stuff already for an hour with 4.0ghz I think I can pass stability.
 

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Orthos Prime, two instances of SP2004, or two instances of Prime 95 will get you at pretty much full load.<br />
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If you can run a test like this for more than 15 minutes or so its a good sign. <br />
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Testing for a much longer period of time, like overnight will show long-term stability
 

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Nice going..<br />
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Also try dual runs of Pi32M.. this is also a good indicator .. then Prime away.<br />
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Keep on going up.
 

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Way to go!
 
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