IntelBurnTest Version v2.1 Released..

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  1. DiGiTaL MoNkEY

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    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=197835

    Requirements:

    - An x86/x64 CPU
    - At least 512 MB of system memory. Recommended minimum is 1 GB.
    - A modern Windows-NT based operating system (XP and above). Both x86 and x64 are supported.
    - Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Runtime (x86), can be found here.
    - Microsoft .NET Framework v2.0 (minimum), can be found here.

    Download:

    http://www.ultimate-filez.com/files/IntelBurnTest.zip

    Changelog:

    - Completely re-coded from the ground up
    - New, intuitive graphical user interface
    - Windows Vista/7 Aero friendly
    - Real-time result output
    - Real-time error checking, auto-stops when error occurs
    - Simplified stress level selection
    - Easy copy of results to clipboard (right-click context menu)
    - Built-in system freeze test (animated flame)
    - Real-time free system memory display
    - Uncluttered integrated title/status bar
    - Added log results to file feature, with date and time, CPU/RAM info
    - Displays total time taken to complete test at the end
    - Correctly detects the maximum memory limit for x86 Windows
    - Fixed a bug that caused testing memory to be limited to 6.1 GB
    - New eye-catching icon
    - Various bug fixes carried over from v1.93

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  2. thmrsh

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    Wow great news!
    Sounds good to me, cant wait to get this
     
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    DiGiTaL MoNkEY

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    Hopefully the GUI is as stable as the non-GUI version.
     
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    trying both link and once extracted get the message to reinstall ?? will try it again later.
     
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    DiGiTaL MoNkEY

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    Hmmm, just ran it on vista from the guru3d link any worked as it should.
     
  6. thmrsh

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    Yeah same, no problems here
     
  7. sympozium

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    i think ill stick with linx
     
  8. Sub.Zer0

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    + 1 Linx looks more complete.
     
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    I don't use it enough for it to matter really. As long as one makes sure my cpu is stable, then i'm happy :D
     
  10. flinchy

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    with linx and linpack

    it shows different GFLop values for the same times
    IBT:24.992s (fastest time), 35.7675 GFlops
    LINX: 26.477 (slowest time). 37.2548 GFlops.

    so are both completely unreliable?
     
  11. biasasaja

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    cant open itttt :(:(:(
    it says apps failed... 0xc00000135... darn it :(

    any1 know y??

    OS = XP SP 3 32bit

    the other version works fine..
     
  12. thmrsh

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    Amazing, using same OS here
    I just downloaded from Guru3D
    Extracted using WinZip to a folder
    Ran the .exe and thats it...
     
  13. biasasaja

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    hmm.. i tried that as well, re-d/ling it from guru3d... still doesnt work :(
     
  14. elstado

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    Awesome!

    I'm planning on getting my E8400 up to 4GHz+ in a few weeks when I have the time so this will be handy to have. The original IBT was great, so this one should be dandy too! :D

    P.S. I just downloaded, extracted and ran it like normal. Using Vista x86 here.
     
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    LOL sounds about as reliable as the previous release.
     
  16. biasasaja

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    how about OCCT?

    work as fine as ITB yea?
     
  17. sympozium

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    the OCCT linpack test, yes, the CPU test is just prime
     
  18. Tasty_Vito

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    Is this better than LinX?
     
  19. Sub.Zer0

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    Dosen't look like it.
     
  20. xms3500

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    Works fine here on Vista 64-bit
     

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