I might run it again next time it's cool, but I can't say that I really like LinX for anything but Stress Testing. From what I've seen, after playing around with it this morning, there are 2 many variables in the Program. I had a hard time just trying to get this version (0.6.4) to run in 32-bit mode. I keep getting a "stopped unexpectantly (not enough memory)" error with this version.
I have an older version of LinX (0.6.2) and I don't get any errors running it, but I also get a lower score and disabling HT doesn't seem to matter.
Personally, in this day and age, I don't see why were running this in 32-bit mode. The new version of LinX (0.6.4) runs perfectly in 64-bit mode (for me) and the results seem to be closer together with or without HT. But 3 runs do take along time and I'm not thrilled about running my system that hard that often. I can game all day long and never get this hot.
And I don't think the AMD users are going to see a difference/improvement compared to the SuperPi Results