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Processor Extensive Calculation...

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#1 Klinkaroo


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Posted 21 June 2006 - 04:25 PM

This can be used by anyone who wants to trouble shoot a cpu overheating problem...

If your computer is overheating try this out it will really work your processor and you can see if it is the processor that is overheating or the overall temperature of the case.

Go to the windows calculator and put in a big number.

The press the button in the red box in the scientific view...

It will warn you that this will take a long time because it's alot of mathematical calculations....

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#2 yano


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Posted 26 June 2006 - 11:05 AM

At first I got a prompt asking me if I wanted to stop it or continue cause it sayed it would take while. (Keep in mind I had Folding@Home running at the same time).

It asked me again when I tried it without F@H. Anyways, I'm not that patient. :thumbsup:

How does this relate to the temperature of my case/processor?

#3 Nick_R_23


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Posted 26 June 2006 - 01:56 PM

Its supposed to work the cpu and make it hot, its kinda just like using the CPU Burn-In program, so you can see if your processor freezes or gets errors.


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