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Old 2nd May, 2008, 10:14 AM
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Very unstable CeleronD 2.4GHz!

Folks you know me I am an AMD fan
But I don't care anymore for overclocking cos I do many serious activities with PCs for my work.
Generally speaking an Intel CPU around 2.5 GHz or an AMD at 2GHz (single core) are enough for me.
Thus I installed the old fashion CeleronD but in BIOS the setting were "high" I mean its FSB.
When I want to rest I spend my free time playing cardgames.
They don't push the CPU load; the average value is around 5-15%.
Two days ago I was playing Preference and mentioned some strange things.....
WTF I was thinking.........
I played King of Diamonds and LOL Queen of Spades takes the tricks regardless my trump suit are Diamonds!
Maybe I am too tired and the time is passed or the code has some bugs I thought.
Yesterday I was listening some mp3 and PC restarted abnormally!
GKR= I said.....
Then I thought to check the stability and StressPrime 2004 crashed after some minutes.
The problem was the low Vcore maybe after a couple of months of resting the mainboard does not offer good Vcore but I don't have the patience to measure it again.....
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So did you fix it?
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As I said its Vcore increased a bit.
Now it is StressPrime 2004 stable.
I ran the test program almost for 3 hours enough for my applications.
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