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Old 2003-01-15, 13:34   #1
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Default FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.49xxxxxx, expected less 4

Dear Sir,
I am not sure this issue is related to hardware or software, so post it here again. I got seriously error message "FATAL ERROR: Rounding was 0.49xxxxxx, expected less than 0.4 " when I ran Prime95 on my platform. Can anybody tell me what "0.49xxxx" mean ? How does the Prime95 get the expected value 0.4 and how it calculate the value 0.49xxx ? I found this error messages will easily happen after CPU clock is throttling. Does Prime95 use any formulation sensitive to the time clock ? Please help me and advice.
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Old 2003-01-17, 04:45   #2
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These questions are being answered over in the Hardware forum thread at:
http://www.teamprimerib.com/gimps/viewtopic.php?t=304
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