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OvKillz
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u can use anything that stresses ur cpu prime95 and folding are the most popular. but anything that uses 100 of cpu will work.

i see your new to occ welcome.

and i would suggest folding works great to test oc but also does good (medial research)

check out the link and join the team . ( warning it can be addictive once u start folding most people cant stop lol)

http://www.overclockersclub.com/folding.php

 

cmac :foldon:

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just moving up the ranks and puttinh your computer against others to see who can produce more. plus they are starting a reward program for the person that produce the most wu within a set time period. (i think 2-3 months) so far the prizes are amd chip mb ram and psu :foldon:

 

cmac

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It's kinda fun being addicted to something that does good and potentially helps others. I started out with one instance on my P4, then it was 2, then I built another rig just to fold. Then I built another 3.. then I started buying parts for a dual Opteron folding rig...

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Prime95 is best, since when you run the torture test, it TELLS you if you have an error, and if it errors within the first 2 hours, your system could be considered very unstable, but if you can go 24hours without a single error, then you're pretty much completely stable.

Though roughly how many hours of testing without an error would be considered fairly stable?

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