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How so I run an stess test for a long period so I can document it.

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I'm running at 44k with temps 56, 63.65.61 and 1,33V it passed the stress test on very high several times but I need a test to run for a long period of time so i can document it and sent it to the club...
any suggestions.

the NB.

thanks in advance
post #2 of 10
Just run Intel Burn Test ( 50 or so Loop's ) Then take a screen shot of the finished Out-Put Logg smile.gif Should take 3-4 hours time for 50 Runs
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yes that is what I have been doing but to get into the OC club they require at least 12 hours of log with loads voltages ect and I dont know what program to use to log and display results for such periods(12 hours).
post #4 of 10
You could use HW Monitor Pro to record your tests...

http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor-pro.html#whatishwmonitor-pro
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yes that is what I have been doing but to get into the OC club they require at least 12 hours of log with loads voltages ect and I dont know what program to use to log and display results for such periods(12 hours).

If noone in that club is able to help you, or point you towards which programs they use why would you want to be a part of that club??
I'd PM the club leader and ask them what programs they deem officiall.
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I use AMD overdrive to stress test.
If you put it into Advanced user mode, one of the tabs has a stability test option. All do is click the select all box and move the slider along until you have the required length of time you need. It logs everything so you can just take a screen shot when its finished. Should be enough.
Can run upto a 24 hour test i think. Never run one that long myself though.
link- http://sites.amd.com/us/game/downloads/amd-overdrive/pages/overview.aspx
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yes that is what I have been doing but to get into the OC club they require at least 12 hours of log with loads voltages ect and I dont know what program to use to log and display results for such periods(12 hours).

Well if you need to be stable for 12+ Hours run Intel Burn Test accordingly. Lets say a loop takes 80 Seconds --- 540 Loops ( X ) 80 seconds = 12 Hours to complete 540 Passes. Then just take a screen shot of the Logg with 540 completed passes. smile.gif
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Well if you need to be stable for 12+ Hours run Intel Burn Test accordingly. Lets say a loop takes 80 Seconds --- 540 Loops ( X ) 80 seconds = 12 Hours to complete 540 Passes. Then just take a screen shot of the Logg with 540 completed passes. smile.gif

I hope you're aware that one Inteol Burn Test will push a cpu up to well over the recommended temps.. i've seen 90-100 degrees being hit in that test. Don't think your cpu could live through 12 hours of that kind of torture.
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I hope you're aware that one Inteol Burn Test will push a cpu up to well over the recommended temps.. i've seen 90-100 degrees being hit in that test. Don't think your cpu could live through 12 hours of that kind of torture.

If you have adequate cooling you should'ent be going over intel spec. rolleyes.gif If you are, spend some money to fix the problem. smile.gif
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If you have adequate cooling you should'ent be going over intel spec. rolleyes.gif If you are, spend some money to fix the problem. smile.gif

Water cooling, maybe... Air cooling however you can forget running IBT 12 hours.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1248040/intel-burn-test-temperatures-too-high
http://www.overclock.net/t/906119/intel-burn-test-i950-temp-70-80c
http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=99295

And the best yet: http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1664940
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