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Must Have Programs and Links for Overclockers!

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by MrSeanKon, Nov 16, 2006.

  1. jerry007 New Member

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    Has this list been any updated?
    Another good stressing application is Intel Burn Test, and it's not in the list....

    Good work btw :toast:
     
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    the thread list is 2 years old. of course intelburntest wont be there...
     
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    Folks I am an AMD fan that's why you don't see many stuff for Intel CPUs...
    The link added for Intel Burn Test.
    95Viper thanks for the link.
    Sorry I could not surf for a long period :eek:
     
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    Yes... very usefull.


    Those 2-3 links that actually do work
     
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    :eek::eek::eek: I can't believe that you left out HWMonitor (from the same makers of CPU-Z) as one of the monitoring tools!! It's my favorite program since it's such a tiny program that hardly takes up any resources and display most of the useful info! It's been around for a while.

    i7 Turbo is a very handy tool for Core i7 overclocking if you want to make sure the Turbo is working.
     
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    Well HWMonitor was not mentioned cos CPUz is already listed there. Both programs are sponsored by same site (and PCWizard). Anyway HWMonitor link added.
     
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    Very thorough list. :)
    Heres another one if you want it.
    I'm a fan of what works and finding what I need to make it work, the way I want it to lol..
    So let's get as many links as we can. :p

    http://www.evga.com/PRecision/

    EVGA's GPU overclocking tool, with fan control.
     
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    very nice thread mate
     
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    MrSeanKon hasn't logged in since Feb 2010 (over 2 years).
     
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    thanx mate i really wanted a program to check my Ram
     
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    Yeap cos my personal obligations.
    By the way thanks all people for encouraging me.

    Fixed.
    But the CPUID site seems to not support it anymore. I found a link at Extremeoverclocking.
     
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    Ah how the legends have faded glad you dropped by man it's been a long time!
     
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    Broken Link

    3) ClockGen On the fly oc! Choose the suitable for your mainboard!
     
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    can u update and add new programs like new 3d mark 11 and others
     
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    guy hasn't been on since the 1st of april, you'd be better off messaging a mod
     
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    Can't download crystal cpuid with out downloading safeguard browers
     
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    you can "well i can" just get the zip instead of the installer. and even then if you read what the installer says instead of blindly clicking next you can say no to the addware installers.

    on a side note because i posted

    HWMonitor + msi afterburner using Rtuner statistics server tech is really good can set it up to show gpu+cpu load and FPS (only on 32 bit games though) and that helps you see if your cpu is able to utilize your gpu fully. and if it can/cant what you need to over clock more.
    OCCT combined with that lets you stress a whole lot more than your cpu. so you can see if any of your oc's are stable "ram/cpu/gpu" and will also let you know if your power supply is stable with all the over clocking.

    to me those are the essential programs.
    Everest is a decent hw monitor with some bench test functionality, but unfrotunatly it dosent seem to support cards later than the amd 5xxxx (possibly supports 6xxx never had one) but definatly does not support a 7850. so after years of using that i have now stoped.
    But it does give a OSD of all kinds of info. fsb speed ram speed/utilization/temps/power out/component useage..
    if only is supported my gpu i would request it was added.
     

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