Originally Posted by vernong1992
Didn't you say that? Because you said that it'd catch the errors quicker in a 2 hour run than a full 8 hour run of Prime95
mmm, i dont know. i dont think i said to use it in place of prime95...probably what i meant was running superpi at one of the higher settings will detect errors pretty quick.
like if your overclock is unstable, 32m will catch it in less than 30 minutes usually, prime95 may take 2 or 3 hours to catch it.
what i do is this:
run every superpi 1m-32m
orthos or p95 4-6+ hours (or overnight).
most errors with the stability tests will occur within the first couple hours...sometimes they can occur in the 4-5 hour range, but i haven't had that happen very often at all.
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