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CCleaner v2.25.2025 now available
 
 
ccleanerVersion 2.25.2025 of the popular freeware system optimization tool, CCleaner is out now. CCleaner is used to clean private data and speed up internet browsers, including Firefox and Google Chrome, and to clean the Windows registry, speeding up the computer.
 
Some of the improvements in this release include:
 
• Improved Windows 7 jump list cleaning.
• Improved Windows 7 thumbnail cache cleaning.
• Added support for Windows Server 2008 R2.
• Improved 64-bit support and performance.
• Fixed issue with Windows 7 task scheduler.
• Fixed issue with Startup tool, displaying incorrect folder contents.
• Added support for AVG Antivirus 9.0.
• Added support for ExcludeKey in INI files.
• Improved support for wildcards and RECURSE/REMOVESELF.
• Fixed minor GUI bugs in non-English versions.
• Fixed minor GUI usability issues.
• Improved input validation.
• Lots of minor bugs fixed.
 
CCleaner is free and it can speed up your computer, so why not give it a try today here? www.ccleaner.com
 
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23-10-2009, 11:29:18

PeterStoba
3.8Ghz stable or even remotely bench stable?

What settings have you used to get those clocks, screen shots would be helpful, or even a CPU-z validation. :)

23-10-2009, 11:51:09

Judderman

3.8Ghz stable or even remotely bench stable?

What settings have you used to get those clocks, screen shots would be helpful, or even a CPU-z validation. :)



Lol Peter I am not blagging and have nothing to prove so you will not see screenshots or validation I am afriad. You will have to take my word for it :)

Stable as in run 12 hours of prime95 on all cores.

Settings as per my signature and a sleight core voltage increase to 1.49v

I maybe just lucky but there are plenty of others that have managed 3.8ghz stable on air :)

23-10-2009, 11:54:24

AaronCooper
790XT-UD4P is an amazing board, FSB is stable at 333 on it! (4Ghz stable)

My friend managed a 1.85Ghz OC with the processor i just bought off him (4.25GHz unstable).

Here's Hwbot scores : http://hwbot.org/hardware/processor/phenom_ii_x3_700e

23-10-2009, 12:00:14

-VK-
M4A79XTD-EVO from ASUS....It's *awesome* :D

23-10-2009, 12:38:13

AMDFTW
i still the the UD4P

23-10-2009, 14:05:41

PeterStoba
I wasn't doubting you at all, was just wanting some idea of the settings and speeeds of the NB etc...

Thanks anyway.

23-10-2009, 14:59:37

AaronCooper

I wasn't doubting you at all, was just wanting some idea of the settings and speeeds of the NB etc...

Thanks anyway.



Well for that SuperPi run my mate had 345FSB w/ 2450NB Frequency.

Pretty sure i've seen people have around 2800NB frequency w/ 3.8GHz but a guy called Flank3r did a test and 3.9 w/ 2600 NB is faster than 3.8 w/ 2800 NB.

I'll try find the link for that, but he was using 790X-UD4 not 790XT-UD4P. Rule should still apply though.

23-10-2009, 15:02:05

AMDFTW
its the UD4P that some ppl use to unlock the 2other cores on some of the AMD dual's aint it? i might get that board and use my P2 940 as DDR3 is the same price as DDR2 nowadays anyway lol

23-10-2009, 15:09:12

PeterStoba
El Gappo, I know him :) Will have a chat to him, didn't realise he had this board.

23-10-2009, 15:46:36

AaronCooper

El Gappo, I know him :) Will have a chat to him, didn't realise he had this board.



He's gone away for the weekend mate.. He's not had the board for long, maybe a month or two but yeah he should be able to help you out.

Ps, yes the UD4P has ACC so it can unlock cores.
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