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Burn-In Diags or Testing Program?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Southern Belle, Nov 15, 2001.

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  1. Southern Belle

    Southern Belle Thread Starter

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    heyal,

    can anyone recommend a "burn-in" program for new system?

    tester / diag software?

    getting replacement for new K7s5a mb because it shuts down out of the blue or just freezes up.

    would like to find something to test it throughly ....replacement mb won't even get here till monday or tuesday if lucky.

    thanks,
    sb
     
  2. Shadow2531

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    so basically you want to benchmark the hell out of it to see if it is stable????????

    if so, you can try repeated loops of quake benchmarks like crusher demo.

    sisoft sandra burn in wizard, and cpu, hard drive benchmarks.

    prime95

    overclock your motherboards bus a little or lot.

    also

    http://www.pcbenchmarks.com/benchmark.htm

    also you can use goog old www.google.com to search for benchmarks
     
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