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what is the best way? which prgram? my OCCT doesnt let me choose my GPU
 

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it needs a digitally signed driver for the app... help?
 

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1. Create a shortcut on the desktop to cmd.exe

To do that:
a. Right click on an empty space on the desktop to open the context menu
b. Select New
c. Select Shortcut with a left-click
d. In the location box type cmd /k plus whatever command you want.

2. Right-click on the shortcut and select Run as administrator

3. When the command window opens, type or paste the following and press ENTER:

Bcdedit.exe /set nointegritychecks ON

4. Reboot and then try installing ati tool.

Try that.
 

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did that still needs a kernal driver or something so it can read my gpu. but it says it can still scan for artifacts so ill use that for now. i only fold anyways.
 

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Originally Posted by Tator Tot View Post
Furmark,
Best program out their for testing GPUs, more extensive than any game.
Correct
But ATItools is still the most intense GPU test
 

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Correct
But ATItools is still the most intense GPU test


ATi Tools doesn't put my (or any other GPU) through the same punishment that Furmark does.

When I put my card under Furmark it goes up to 49*C, when I put my card under [email protected], ATi Tools, or most games, the max I hit is 37*C.

That being on GPUz, HW Monitor, & Furmark readings.

They all show the same (within the 1*C fluctuation that always happens)
 

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You can always try some of your games to see if its stable.
 

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Furmark is OpenGL, not sure if that matters...?
Not really, besides that you need a card with OpenGL capabilities. But if you don't have a card with that...well....you really need to get out of the 80's.
 

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Open up Notepad and hold down a key - for example: ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff f

After a while this will stress out the GPU.
 

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open up notepad and hold down a key - for example: Ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff f

after a while this will stress out the gpu.
lol
 

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Open up Notepad and hold down a key - for example: ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff f

After a while this will stress out the GPU.
DAMN... I always thought it was q

This works like a charm, I can clearly see artifacts now.
j/k xD
 

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Furmark,
Best program out their for testing GPUs, more extensive than any game.
furmark is more like occt linpack or intel burntest. would not really recommend it for just general stability testing. A good indicator of stability is losing points in 3dmark, if your card is unstable you will loose points in 3dmark 06.
 
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