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Old 01-21-08, 04:25 PM   #13
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Default Re: What is the most intensive stabilty test

I was trying to find a pic from ces of Gigabyte (i think) running a system in an oven (@75c)

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Old 01-25-08, 08:34 AM   #14
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OCCT is probably the quickest way to tell if you have a problem. Standard test runs in 30 minutes and will catch 99% of stability issues. (outside a sudden increase in ambient temperature one day!)

I've had systems that could prime all day without an issue crash on OCCT within a minute of beginning the stress test! It does stress the CPU, Memory and NB quite badly.
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Prime 95 with small FFTs.
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TAT isn't compatible with x64 operating systems to my knowledge
use orthos if you are on such a system
There's a special x64 version of prime95 which you can use.
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IMHO OCCT is a better stress test than Orthos - it takes into account many more stressing aspects of software in operation. I've seen Orthos tests complete on machines where OCCT shows them to be unstable.
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