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Is there a program like INtel Burn Test to burn and stability test the cpu in dos? Would be great so after I make changed I don't have to wait years for windows to start.
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IDK, let me grab my 8086 rig and see if I have anything installed

EDIT: oh wait, NO!
everything was a stress test when DOS was in use and nobody has cared enough to write programs in DOS since ~1998
    
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Ah, classic. rolleyes.gif
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post #4 of 23
No, but the UBCD has some stress testing on it.
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Sounds like you need an SSD thumb.gif
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by mad0314;13916485 
Sounds like you need an SSD thumb.gif

This!

My boot time is about 20 seconds on average from power on to completely in windows!
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post #7 of 23
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Quote:
Originally Posted by mad0314;13916485 
Sounds like you need an SSD thumb.gif

I'll just go find about 300 dollars smile.gif

I'm so happy for SSD as HDD use such lame technology. HDD are like 10cents per gb. SSD are like 3$ per gb lol. It's much cheaper to run a good RAID setup and would get close to performance. Could get 2 hitachi 6.0gb/s 1.5TB drivers for about 150. Or a OCZ Colossus 1TB SSD for $3000 =D
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post #8 of 23
A 40-60gb SSD runs about ~100 on newegg these days. Just using it only for OS and such will help you out.

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Originally Posted by emeraldage;13909167 
Would be great so after I make changed I don't have to wait years for windows to start.

Yes SSD is more expensive, but if this is your problem it will solve it. Like I said previously my average boot time with windows fully running is 20 seconds...
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post #9 of 23
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Dang that's nice. Since I'm rollin in cash I'd rather just RAID tongue.gif Probably comes close to SSD's speeds.
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post #10 of 23
Booting an operating system is mainly random reads, which SSD's will trounce in compared to even the most outrageous raid setups of HDD's. SSD's don't haved the issue of latency, which is a big issue with random reads. Just spend $60-120 and get yourseld either an el-cheapo SSD, or a Crucial m4. Raid will never be able to make up for latency.
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