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Best way to stress test your whole system at once

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Hardware' started by Lem0n, Feb 3, 2011.

  1. Lem0n

    Lem0n Member

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    I'm looking at loading my PC as much as possible all at the same time. Why? Because despite testing components individually and finding no faults, I still get random freezes and crashes when I am using the computer.

    Right now I have Furmark, P95 and Windows MemTest running all at the same time in hopes of testing every aspect of the PC. The HDD has been formatted and is running a pretty much clean install of Win7 64.

    Are there any better ways to do something similar? Better programmes to use? Let me hear your thoughts!
     
  2. MoultoMan

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    Is it blue screening? If it is a better idea would be to have a look at the minidump file.
     
  3. money_killer

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    linx or prime95

    hardware issue ?
     
  4. terrastrife

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    occt psu stress test?
     
  5. Hooti3

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    PCMark on a loop.
     
  6. Flamin Joe

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    If you want every major component stress tested at the same time, try Passmark BurnInTest. We use it at work on all our system builds before they ship.

    http://www.passmark.com/products/bit.htm

    From their website:

     

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