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    Re: Q6600 OC'd and looking healthy... so far

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    Yes, we established the temp issue a few posts back
    Still yet to establish if it's being stressed properly though...

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    Re: Q6600 OC'd and looking healthy... so far

    Quote Originally Posted by scruffy View Post
    Still yet to establish if it's being stressed properly though...
    It should also be a CPU only test under Orthos to see the true load. The blended test is a few degrees cooler in most cases.

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    Re: Q6600 OC'd and looking healthy... so far

    Quote Originally Posted by scruffy View Post
    Still yet to establish if it's being stressed properly though...
    Whys that?
    If all 4 cores are being run at 100% under a program like Orthos - what is there to establish?
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    Re: Q6600 OC'd and looking healthy... so far

    As I mentioned though, I thought you had to run two copies of Orthos with the affinity correctly set to ensure all 4 cores were getting a true 100% loading?

    Bah, this is intriguing me now... must resist buying a quad...!

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