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Old 2nd April, 2006, 04:07 PM
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Best stability test i've ever seen

Its much better then prime95. I never seen so high cpu load and cpu temperature on my system. This software heavy burns your cpu. If you pass through all cpu tests (long test)successfull you can call your system really stable Memory test is good too, but i prefer Goldmemory because its more accurate.

Just try it ... first choice for testing overclocked system

http://62.104.23.40/cxvhs2kg16s/a180.zip
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I haven't yet had a chance to run it completely through its paces, but this seems like a nifty little utility....

Be advised though, the "average" test takes 25 minutes; I've no idea how long the "long" test takes.
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Old 3rd April, 2006, 12:08 AM
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Be advised though, the "average" test takes 25 minutes; I've no idea how long the "long" test takes.
It takes about 2 hours. But its the most expressive too ...
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thanks michel , ill try it
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Good post.
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OCCT is a excellent stability test, for me, better than prime

http://www.ocbase.com/downocct.html

If anybody will use it, torture is better than "test". occt need speedfan or MBM5 for read voltages and temps. If you use "test" , that it lasts 30 minutes, occt gives graphics for variation of voltages(vcore, +12, +5, +3.3) and temperatures.
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