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post #1 of 163 (permalink) Old 05-21-2007, 02:44 AM - Thread Starter
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OverClock Checking Tool (OCCT) is a great stress test. It has data logging of temperatures and voltage fluctuations.

Current Version: 3.1.0 RC 1


Publisher: www.ocbase.com


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does this thing read memory voltage too?
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does this thing read memory voltage too?
Use HWmonitor for that.

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how long should we run this????
is it considered stable with 1hr or 2hr's or more???

i hate doin 8 hours on P95.......

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how long should we run this????
is it considered stable with 1hr or 2hr's or more???

i hate doin 8 hours on P95.......
All stress testing should be atleast 8 hours. 12+ to be sure. Switching programs isn't gonna cut that time down.



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All stress testing should be atleast 8 hours. 12+ to be sure. Switching programs isn't gonna cut that time down.
OCCT2a tends to find errors way faster then Prime95.

It finds errors in 15 min that Prime95 cant find on 2h.

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