[argyllcms] Re: Display graphics card update

  • From: János, Tóth F. <janos666@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: argyllcms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 15 Jul 2011 17:18:12 +0200

Use google:
Intel Burn Test (not an Intel soft, it's only a name...)

Don't be stupid. Every CPU is unique when it comes to overclocking.
They can work at different frequencies at different voltages and other
BIOS settings. It can be very very complicated when you try to max it

Always check your overclock with stress tests.

2011/7/15, adam k <aak1946@xxxxxxxxx>:
> I just used MSI Control software and chose 4500 for frequency. Some
> people run it at over 5 Ghz.
> It was okay until couple of days ago.
> Where can I get Intel software?
> Sent from iPhone 4
> On Jul 15, 2011, at 10:28 AM, János, Tóth F. <janos666@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> How do you overclock that poor CPU?
>> Did you use a stress test software to check if it's stable or not?
>> Always use something like Prime95 or Intel Burn Test (I recommend
>> this) after oveclocking. Run it on every cores and 1/2 or 3/4 of your
>> system RAM for at least 20 min.
>> A semmingly successfull bootup is nothing.
>> Sent from a Nokia 5800 :)
>> 2011/7/15, adam k <aak1946@xxxxxxxxx>:
>>> Hi,
>>> Now that I lowered overclocking to 4.2 background and other images
>>> display
>>> OK, but I think that I'll re-check and possibly exchange my card.
>>> Thank you!
>>> Sent from iPhone 4
>>> On Jul 15, 2011, at 9:40 AM, Nikolay Pokhilchenko <nikolay_po@xxxxxxx>
>>> wrote:
>>> Adam, You've wrote:
>>> ...Also, images with a solid color background show white dots in solid
>>> color
>>> area.
>>> If the white dots are on true solid background (when color picker in
>>> Photoshop shows the same RGB numbers in any point of background, even on
>>> white dots), it lkely can be a hardware glitch or mailfunction. Try to
>>> run
>>> Your hardware at normal frequencies and voltages. Check the coolers and
>>> heatsinks.
>>> Did You check the display for bad/hot pixels?

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