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Prime 95 stability test

Discussion in 'AMD Overclocking' started by Robert Jackson Marley, Feb 17, 2004.

  1. HEY,

    i let prime 95 run its torture test for thirteen hours with no errors...is
    it safe to say that my computer is stable??

    PS i have xp2500 oc'ed to 3200 with no vcore increase, asus a7n8x deluxe,
    and 2x512 kingston pc3200 ram.... my cpu temps are:43 idle/54 heavy load
    under prime 95 peaked over thirteen hours. my ambient is ~25. are these
    temps okay? i am using vantec aeroflow and some antec reference thermal
    Robert Jackson Marley, Feb 17, 2004
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  2. Robert Jackson Marley

    Brash Guest

    Yep, sounds fine.

    I have the same CPU running at 2200mhz ([email protected]) and MoBo and see the
    following temps above ambient with Volcano 9 and Arctic silver

    +16deg on 5v
    +14deg on 12v

    Load (Prime95 torture test)
    +20 deg on 12v

    At the moment case temp is 34 (pfew) and core is 49 idle with 5v.

    I can't seem to get stable over 2250 however. Temps inside here durring the
    day are pretty bad, so I'm not going to push it any higher.
    Brash, Feb 17, 2004
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  3. Robert Jackson Marley

    ~misfit~ Guest

    Sounds fine. You have a good CPU there, not needing vcore increase.
    ~misfit~, Feb 17, 2004
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