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Old 01-06-08, 04:30 PM   #1
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Default What is the most intensive stabilty test

Hi , guys, i see alot of people using diffrent programs like prime 95, OCCT, Orthos x2 i would like to know what you think is the most intensive. This is for testing the quad. Thanks
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Old 01-06-08, 05:07 PM   #2
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Prime 95 with small FFTs.
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Old 01-06-08, 05:18 PM   #3
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You can use orthos with the priority set to 10, or 4 separate orthos' running with the stability at 2-4.
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Whatever happened to TAT? The temps on that outweigh the temps on Prime and Orthos by around 3 C.
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Madpistol's right. TAT (Intel Thermal Analysis Tool) is the most intense stressing program out there. Will get your CPU hotter than anything else.
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TAT isn't compatible with x64 operating systems to my knowledge
use orthos if you are on such a system
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I run two instances of Orthos... one runs on CPU 0 & 1 and the other runs on CPU 2 & 3. I then set one test for small FFT's and the other to do a blend (which still maxes the other cores and tests the memory). I do that after testing all 4 cores on small FFT's
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I use Prime95, one instance on one core, a 2nd instance on the second core. Both on custom torture setting I found on some forum. Left it running for over 1 hour, no errors no freezes no anything, it did 100% on both cores and I was browsing the internet in the meantime as well, computer response and all that was still fine, no slowdowns.
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