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    Livy's Avatar Simpleton
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    im gonna look into some minor performance gains with small overclockign maybe, whats the best cpu benchmark tool, ;*O‚lso ram benchmarking aswell.

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    Sisoft Sandra is great, Aquamark 3 is a good tester too, but mainly for graphical performance.
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    BurnIn test is the best I've found...you can choose the areas you want to test and the severity with which you hammer them.

    Prime 95 is also very good for memory testing and discovering heat issues.
    Folding ( which you are obviously already aware of) is a very easy stability/heat test.
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    Originally posted by clocker@15 January 2004 - 19:30
    BurnIn test is the best I've found...you can choose the areas you want to test and the severity with which you hammer them.

    Prime 95 is also very good for memory testing and discovering heat issues.
    Folding ( which you are obviously already aware of) is a very easy stability/heat test.
    Hey clocker you got a serial for that or something?

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