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ok iv read about stressing dual cores 2 instances of super pi when i do it it give me an error message can any one give me anouther program that i can install 2 of and run them both to stress tyvm
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Get Orthos. It'll do it for your automatically (basically dual core Prime). Select the test that tortures the CPU the most

Or Intel TAT. That tool has a build-in stress test that puts an insane load on the CPU, making temps skyrocket.
    
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yup, Chozart said it. Those are what you want.
    
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SuperPi is for benchmarking - not stress testing

Use a few instances of Prime95 to stress test
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prime 95 torture test or orthos
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