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post #3 of (permalink) Old 03-11-2019, 10:00 AM
BroadPwns
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I'd honestly skip everything, ran 10 Cinebench R20 loops for dirty stability test, then do 12h of Prime95 Blend test and call it a day. In case of RAM testing I'd stick to older Cinebench, 10 runs and launch memtest86+, 100 Modulo only loops. I sincerely doubt I'd find any issues later on, stating from my experience.

Also, Aida is garbage for stability testing, maybe as cpu heating tool.

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