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    WORK IN PROGRESS ON A BIG LIST

    Around the threads here are comments about stability testing software.

    Started this here to put stuff all in one place and maybe update at the same time (I think these are current)
    I've not used them all but have heard that each has it's place depending on your needs.

    OVERCLOCK STABILITY STRESS TEST SOFTWARE

    PRIME95
    Prime95 is the most popular stress test program among PC enthusiasts and overlockers as a stability testing utility. It has a feature called "Torture Test" that allows maximum stress testing on CPU & RAM. There are also other options to choose from to test various compoments of the computer. This program supports Dual & Quad core.

    Website: http://www.mersenne.org/
    Direct Download:
    Prime95v.25.9 build 2 (32bit) (zip format)

    Prime95v.25.9 build 2(64bit) (zip format)



    ORTHOS
    It's one of the most popular stability utility during Core2 time, only support dual core if you runing quad then you need to open two seperate windows. You might have to install this software in two seperate folders.

    Direct Download:
    SP2004 Orthos (excutable format)



    OCCT
    OCCT stands for "Overclocking Checking Tool", it is a CPU stability testing program. It has 3 different types of test;
    CPU - no ram tested, maximum heat generated on the CPU
    RAM - maximum error detection, test all memoy, CPU, CHIPSET, RAM
    MIX - test alternating between CPU and Memory

    You can customize the length of test or select the preseted options, this program will you graphs result or reports in CSV file format.
    Supports up to 32 cores, LINPACK, CPU or GPU (version 3 only), 64bit OS, CORE TEMP, REAL TEMP, EVEREST

    Direct Download:
    OCCT 2.0.1 (excutable format)

    OCCT 3.0.0 beta 21 (zip format)



    INTELBURNTEST
    This is the most stressful program will bring x86/x64 processors down to its knees crying like a baby. More accurate than Prime95 and take less time to determent to find out if your overclock is stable or not. It takes less than 8 minutes instead of 8 hours.

    Direct Download:
    IntelBurnTest v1.9 (zip format)



    LinX 0.5.5.1



    COREDAMAGE
    It is a powerfull CPU stress tester that executes instructions at the maximum possible rate to reduce idling and increase heat output. This is the fastest and most effective way to check the cooling system and determine stability of an overclocked CPU under stressful conditions.

    Website: http://damage.vigilantesoftware.com/
    Direct Download:
    coredamage 0.8h.exe (excutable format)

    coredamage 0.8h.zip (zip format)



    Core2MaxPerf 1.3-also Core i7
    Core2MaxPerf is a CPU stability tester that creates a maximum workload for Intel Core 2, Core i7, AMD Athlon, Opteron and Phenom processors.


    THIS SELECTION IS NOT HOTLINKED so anyone is free to comment or change or add info.

    BENCHMARK UTILITY
    Everest Ultimate Edition (betas that use recent ultimate purchase keys)
    This is the cutting edge benchmarking, monitoring and diagnostics tool to maximize security, performance and trouble shooting software.
    http://www.lavalys.com
    http://www.lavalys.com/products.php?lang=en&page=11


    SiSoftware Sandra Lite 2009.1.15.72
    Another good benchmarking and diagnostic software SiSoftware Sandra (The "System ANalyser, Diagnostic and Reporting Assistant") is an information & diagnostic utility. It should provide most of the information (including undocumented) you need to know about your hardware, software and other devices whether hardware or software. Highly recommended!
    http://www.benchmarkhq.ru/files/san2009-1572-BQR.zip
    homepage: http://www.benchmarkhq.ru/english.html?/b_e.html latest version 5 page



    HWiNFO32 2.36-172
    Hardware Info 32 (HWiNFO32) is a powerful system information utility designed especially for detection of hardware. It's able to identify a large scale of system components and supports the latest technologies and standards. Althrough HWiNFO32 is developed for Win32 subsystem, it is designed for NT technology, which means it achieves best results while running under Microsoft Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, XP or Vista. However, you can run HWiNFO32 under Microsoft Windows 9x/Me, but some features may be reported incorrectly.
    http://www.hwinfo.com/

    SIW 2008-12-16
    http://www.gtopala.com/download/siw.exe


    HARDWARE DIAGNOSIS UTILITIES

    ASTRA32 2.01
    ASTRA for Windows. This program performs computer configuration analysis and provides detailed information (including undocumented) on your computer hardware and its working modes. Features: detects 152 processor and coprocessor types, CPU and bus frequency. Provides information on CPU features, cache, motherboard, hard disks, CD-ROM, memory modules, chipset, BIOS, PCI/AGP and ISA/PnP devices, DMI/SMBIOS, video card, sound card, network card, printer, etc.
    http://www.astra32.com/files/astra32zip201.zip

    BlackBox 1.02
    BlackBox is a utility designed to deliver precise details on the core components of your computer. The utility provides you with in-depth hardware information, including processor, memory modules, mainboard, hard drives and video card. It also offers the opportunity to assess critical parameters such as clock speeds and temperatures. BlackBox also presents Vista–compatible tools to test your computer's performance under Microsoft Windows Vista.
    http://www.hardwaremania.com/forum/d...&id=9&act=down
    ClockGen 1.0.5.3
    http://www.freehostina.com/23ie7enlqn2d/ClockGen.rar

    CPUCooL 8.0.8
    http://download.softpedia.ro/dl/1441...K/CPUCOOL9.EXE

    CPUFSB 2.2.18
    http://www.cpu-cool.de/CPUFSB9.exe

    CPUID 4.15.2.451
    http://crystalmark.info/?lang=auto

    CPU-Z 1.49
    CPU-Z is a tool that provides some informations on your CPU: processor name and vendor, core stepping and process, processor package, internal and external clocks, clock multiplier, partial overclock detection, processor features, including supported instructions sets, L1 and L2 cache informations : location, size, speed, technology.
    http://www.cpuid.com/download/cpuz_149.zip

    CPU-Z 1.49.1
    http://www.cpuid.com/download/beta/cpuz_149_1.zip

    CrystalDiskInfo 2.0.4
    http://release.crystaldew.info/abcd/...DiskInfo20.zip


    DPC Latency Checker v.1.10
    http://www.thesycon.de/dpclat/dpclat.exe


    Fresh Diagnose 7.98
    http://www.freshdevices.com/files/diagnose.exe

    GPU-Z 0.3.1
    GPU-Z is a lightweight utility designed to give you all information about your video card and GPU. It displays adapter, GPU and display information, including default clocks and 3D clocks, GPU name, technology, memory type and size, bus width, shaders, etc. Support NVIDIA and ATI cards.
    http://dl11.techpowerup.com//SysInfo...PU-Z.0.3.1.exe

    Hyper PI 0.99b
    http://www.virgilioborges.com.br/vir...r_pi_0.99b.zip

    MaxxPI² v.1.34
    MaxPI Multicore PI Calculator heavily loads you CPU by calculating Pi up to 1M decimal places. The program supports multicore CPUs (up to 4 cores simultaneously) and allows to set the number of cores to use. The results are displayed for each core individually and for the whole processor. The interface is in German.
    http://www.benchmarkhq.ru/files/MaxxPI2_Preview.zip

    PC Wizard Nuclearus Multi Core Benchmark V2.0.0
    http://narod.yandex.ru/100.xhtml?nuc.../NuclearMC.rar
    2008.1.871

    PC Wizard is a powerful system information utility designed especially for detection of hardware. It's able to identify a large scale of system components and supports the latest technologies and standards. It is also designed to analyze and benchmark your computer system. It can analyze and benchmark CPU, hard disk, CD/DVD-ROM, RAM.
    http://www.cpuid.com/download/pcw2008_v1871.zip

    phpSpeedFan 4.37
    SpeedFan is a program using motherboard sensors to monitors voltages, fan speeds and temperatures.
    http://www.almico.com/speedfan.php

    RMClock Utility 2.35
    http://cpu.rightmark.org/download/rmclock_235_bin.rar

    SuperPi Mod v1.5 XS
    Super Pi is used to carry out the calculation of pi up to a given number of decimal digits to benchmark the CPU. It heavily loads the latter, so the program can be also used as a stress-test.
    http://www.xtremesystems.com/pi/super_pi_mod-1.5.zip

    SetFSB 2.1.91.1
    http://www13.plala.or.jp/setfsb/down...b_2_1_91_1.zip

    Super Pi tweaker v.1.06
    http://i4memory.com/spitweaker/SpiTweaker_v1.06.zip

    WPRIME v 2.00
    wPrime is a benchmarking application designed to use a highly multithreaded approach to calculating the square-roots of large amounts of numbers (up to 32 billion at this stage!). The program has two modes: 32M (speed test) and 1024M (stability test); allows to set the amount of threads you wish to use; can save, load and submit your results.
    http://www.wprime.net/downloads/wprime_200.zip


    MEMORY



    http://cpu.rightmark.org/download/rmma38bin.rar

    CPU-Tweaker 1.0 beta 7 -only Core i7 & AMD K10
    http://www.tweakers.fr/download/CPU-Tweaker.zip

    CUDA MemTest v0.41
    http://www.ocbase.com/OpenBeta/CUDAMemTestv0.41.zip

    Memtest86+ v2.11.iso
    Memtest86+ is a thorough, stand alone, OS independent memory test for x86 architecture computers, based on the well-known original Memtest86. It supports the latest technologies. MemTest86+ creates a bootable diskette or CD.
    http://www.memtest.org/download/2.11...+-2.11.iso.zip

    Memtest86 v3.4a
    Memtest86 is thorough, stand alone, OS independent memory test for x86 architecture computers. BIOS based memory tests are only a quick check and often miss many of the failures that are detected by Memtest86. It creates a bootable diskette, so all you need to run the test is to boot from that floppy. The testing will start automatically, and will run indefinitely, until the ESC pressed.
    http://www.memtest86.com/memtest86-3.4a.iso.zip

    MemTest 3.8
    http://hcidesign.com/memtest/MemTest.zip

    MemSet 4.0 final
    http://www.tweakers.fr/download/MemSet40.zip

    Rightmark Memory Analyzer 3.8
    RightMark Memory Analyzer is the universal CPU/Chipset/RAM test suite intended for detailed, stable and accurate measurements of the most important low-level characteristics of the CPU/Chipset/RAM subsystem of your PC. Seven types of tests are implemented in the current release of the suite, including: average and peak memory bandwidth, average and minimal L1/L2 data cache/memory latency, L1/L2 data cache associativity, decode efficiency of various simple x86 (ALU/FPU/MMX) instructions, L1-L2 data cache bus bandwidth, D-TLB size and associativity, L1 instructions cache size and associativity, I-TLB size and associativity.

    SPDTool 0.62
    SPD Tool will identify DIMM modules installed in your system. It reads the SPD contents and gives you comprehensive information about your RAM. Knows over 300 memory manufacturers.
    http://www.techpowerup.com/spdtool/SPDTool_062.zip



    Anyone who knows of more or an updated version feel free to add information

    For a more complete list of programs (some old some new) go to: http://www.benchmarkhq.ru/english.html?/b_e.html
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    Good job Grumpy

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    Thanks Grumppy
    for putting them together under 1 roof

    Something about Orthos i noticed when you click on "start" it automatically starts and says: "using CPU #0" and below the 2nd instance runs and says "using CPU#1"

    So for Quad cores u run 2 instance as each instance stresses 2 cores,
    but opening the 2nd instance it automatically beings with CPU#0 and CPU#1 again
    there is no selection Criteria to allow it to use CPU#2 & CPU#3

    I'm running 2 instance and all of them are stress on the Same CPU#0 and CPU#1

    Sorry if i missed out something ? :confused:

    EDIT* found the link:
    http://sp2004.fre3.com/download.htm
    This version of Orthos has a drop down box for you to select which core you would like to load
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    I stop using Orthos since I upgraded to quad core, it doesn't support quad core. I'm not sure if they have updated new version or not. That is why I use Prime95 or OCCT, IntelBurn Test.

    IntelBurn Test is a bad ass ultility, you don't have to run it at 8hrs, only 15-30 mins is the max.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    I stop using Orthos since I upgraded to quad core, it doesn't support quad core. I'm not sure if they have updated new version or not. That is why I use Prime95 or OCCT, IntelBurn Test.

    IntelBurn Test is a bad ass ultility, you don't have to run it at 8hrs, only 15-30 mins is the max.
    Yeah i heard about it...how do you use it?

    1. Turn on Error Detection -> I selected Yes

    2. Stress levels available:
    1 - Maximum stress
    2 - Half stress (uses 1/2 of availa
    3 - Low stress (uses 1/4 of availab
    4 - Customize stress level

    Please select desired stress level -> i selected "1"

    Enter the no of times to run the test <5 or more recommended> how many times for 1hr test?
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    If you want to use orthos with a quad, you can assign certain cores to it in the task manager.
    In the task manager, in the processes tab, you can right-click a process and choose "set affinity" or something like that. There, you can choose which cores should run that application.

    I think it should work if you open two instances and assign cores 1 an 2 to the first and 3 and 4 to the second.

    I haven't used Orthos in a while, so I'm not 100% sure this works. But it's worth a try.

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    I'm thinking that adding some links to monitoring and sys info tools. In other words putting everything I can find in here. Do you all agree that here is the right place?
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    Might not be bad idea to also get these on the Downloads section of the site.

    Once we get a full list here, I think it should be stickied.
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    Just looked at that downloads......for the first time ever......there are a few cobwebs in there huh?

    That is possibly the best place for this then??

    I'll leave it to you guys to decide this, meanwhile, I'll begin collecting anything and everything. We can always reject items (orthos in or out?) before moving them or delete them from here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    I stop using Orthos since I upgraded to quad core, it doesn't support quad core. I'm not sure if they have updated new version or not. That is why I use Prime95 or OCCT, IntelBurn Test.

    IntelBurn Test is a bad ass ultility, you don't have to run it at 8hrs, only 15-30 mins is the max.
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    @ Grumpy, you should put the discription, the good the bad for each program and check the links if they are live or not and we can make this thread as sticky.

    About Orthos, you can put it only supports dual core.


    @ Bully, I think you should run IntelBurn Test no more than 10 minutes, if your system is unstable then it will tell you right away.

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    If you want that Deton then I need everybody to help on this.

    So far I have found or stolen another 50+ links for, to some degree, useful stuff which I hope to post tomorrow.

    I will also need all members/mods to decide what stays and what goes.....work in progress
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    I think this is a really useful thread, keep up the good work!

    In my opinion, it would be better if the links weren't hotlinks to the downloads directly but just links to the manufacturers download page. That way, we'd always see the newest version when following a link.

    Out of personal interest, I'm looking for a program that stresses the CPU fully and as evenly as possible for a long period of time. I would like to be able to measure temps with as little fluctuation as possible and I'm told that some programs cause more fluctuations than others. Any thoughts on this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpydaddy View Post
    If you want that Deton then I need everybody to help on this.

    So far I have found or stolen another 50+ links for, to some degree, useful stuff which I hope to post tomorrow.

    I will also need all members/mods to decide what stays and what goes.....work in progress
    Ok Grumpy, I will give you a hand since you're my long lost twins brother, just continue your plan then we will clean up the thread later. In the mean time I will add on information that I found about the programs to your first post if you don't mind? You can edit it if you don't like.

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    I guess if it goes to overclocking theres also handy tool to check if your RAM is ok... Of course i'm speaking about memtest:

    http://www.memtest86.com/

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    nice job there sometimes trying to find everything is a pita.

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