Originally Posted by hat
You are doing it wrong. I very strongly argue against this. I don't care what you do with your own data, but if you're handling work units on a possibly unstable computer, you're possibly playing with lives because you were too lazy to run a good test for a while. One day max of time spent testing and not computing work units is nothing compared to a lifetime of corrupt results generated from a bad overclock.
Did you really jst call me lazy... do you know the amount of hours i put into oc'ing my computer? Do you know the hours of research i have done. I respect your opinion but it's your and no need to call me or anyone else names... especially when you don't know what your talking about!