Versions of Microsoft Office Excel earlier than Excel 2007 use a single thread for all worksheet calculations. However, Excel 2007 can be configured to use from 1 to 1024 concurrent threads for worksheet calculation. On a multi-processor or multi-core computer, the default number of threads is equal to the number of processors or cores. Therefore, thread-safe cells, or cells that only contain functions that are thread safe, can be allotted to concurrent threads, subject to the usual recalculation logic of needing to be calculated after their precedents.
Apoptosis wrote:I wouldn't think that running 1.40-1.45V for a long period of time will kill it... It's tough to make the call as there is no research to back claims up.
There's a lot of chat and reports of users that saw processor degradation for keeping those cpus @ 1.41-1.45V
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