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Ninjaman09 03-20-09 10:26 AM

Suggested software utilities for monitoring overclocking?
 
I've got an Asus P6T coming in but I've heard bad things about the ASUS overclocking utilities. I was wondering what you guys would suggest using to monitor and test system stability for my overclock. The only thing I ever used before was Everest and Prime95 on my Athlon 64 setup.

nekrosoft13 03-23-09 01:13 AM

Re: Suggested software utilities for monitoring overclocking?
 
for torture test

OCCT is good
LinX is good

Logical 03-23-09 09:15 AM

Re: Suggested software utilities for monitoring overclocking?
 
'Core temp' is good for monitoring temps.

JaxMacFL 03-23-09 09:42 AM

Re: Suggested software utilities for monitoring overclocking?
 
HWMonitor covers system temp, cpu core temps, gpu temps, hard drive temps, voltages, fan rpms and cpu power draw. Do not have to install app either.

Tho Jo Smale 03-23-09 09:57 AM

Re: Suggested software utilities for monitoring overclocking?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by JaxMacFL (Post 1965497)
HWMonitor covers system temp, cpu core temps, gpu temps, hard drive temps, voltages, fan rpms and cpu power draw. Do not have to install app either.

Best solution and what I use.....OCCT is good as a precursor to P95. Also I've had my rig 12hrs prime stable....but it would fail OCCT....so I use OCCT lots now.


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