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IntelBurnTest 2.50


    Nueva versión de este popular programa de stress para nuestras CPU's , ahora con soporte para Windows 7

    _Updated to v2.50

    • Linpack binaries updated + patched for AMD CPUs
    • Tested on more AMD systems
    • Better compatibility with UAC-enabled systems
    • Optimized GUI for less CPU overhead
    • Officially supports Windows 7 x86 & x64_

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    Toma reflote :troll:

    Nueva versión de este benchmark/utilidad de diagnóstico, disponible desde Julio 2012, pero que ni me había enterado :ugly:

    IntelBurnTest v2.54 Release (Los cambios en el Spoiler).


    ! @Xtreme:
    ! > IntelBurnTest v2.54
    by AgentGOD
    The original. All others are copycats.

    Home Page:
    Donation : Xtreme Gaming Studio Forum

    A program that simplifies the usage of Intel(R) Linpack. Linpack by
    Intel(R) is an extremely stressful program that will put even the most pow-
    -erful X86/X64 CPU in the world at its knees. Load temp under Linpack will
    be up to 22*C higher than the competing software Prime95. This program will
    make usage of Linpack easier and more practical.

    Keep in mind, use this program at your own risk. By using this program, you
    agree that neither I nor Intel shall be responsible for including, but not
    limited to: burned up CPU, fried motherboard, spontaneous room temperature
    increase, hair loss, or mental stress.

    Xtreme Stress Mode (Right-click the "Start" button) allows unprecedented
    improvement of testing accuracy.
    Note: Xtreme Stress Mode may cause the CPU to heat up more than it
    already does. During testing, Windows may not be usable.

    Works with Intel(R) and AMD CPUs. Tested Intel(R) Core 2™ Quad
    Q6600, Intel(R) Pentium(tm) III 550 MHz, AMD Athlon 64(tm) X2 4200+,
    and AMD Opteron 165 (Working with AMD processors since v1.7). Also
    tested on AMD Phenom II X4 940 Black Edition.

    Tested on AMD Turion X2 Ultra ZM-82, Intel(R) Core(tm) i5 470-UM,
    Intel(R) Core(tm) i7-2600K, Intel(R) Core(tm) i7-3610QM

    Tested on Microsoft(R) Windows XP Professional SP2/SP3, XP Professional
    X64 Edition SP2. Tested on Microsoft(R) Windows Vista(tm)/7 X86/X64 SP1
    by many awesome users like yourself 😉

    Tested by many users on Core i7 9xx, 8xx, i5 7xx, i7 2xxx, AMD 10xxt

    Benefits of using Linpack:
    1. More accurate than Prime95 Small FFTs/Blend (under x64 OS).
    2. Takes less time to tell if your CPU/RAM is unstable than Prime95 (usually
    something like 8 minutes Linpack vs 40 hours under Prime95).
    3. Use the same stress-testing engine that Intel uses to test their products
    before they are packed and put on shelves for sale.

    Benefits of using IntelBurnTest:
    1. Simplifies usage of Linpack.
    2. Real-time output of results to the screen.
    3. Simplifies the process of selecting a test size to use.
    4. Better appearance.
    5. Intuitive interface.
    6. Real-time error checking.
    7. System status acknowledgement.


    How to test CPU and RAM stability (summarized):
    Pre. You need to extract everything from the archive to a single folder, while
    maintaining the original directory structure.
    1. It is best to use a 64-bit OS with the 64-bit mode for the most accurate
    test result.
    2. Use the most available RAM possible (IntelBurnTest can now do this on
    its own automatically). The more memory it uses, the more accurate.
    However, most people can use "Standard" mode as it should be sufficient.
    3. Select the run # (should use at least 5 at minimum, no more than 20).
    4. Start running. Output should look something like this:
    Time (s) Speed (GFlops) Result
    0.269 31.7314 3.684559e-002
    0.260 32.7829 3.684559e-002
    0.257 33.1546 3.684559e-002
    0.264 32.2425 3.684559e-002
    0.266 32.0700 3.684559e-002
    NOTE: The time it takes to run each iteration may vary from test size, and
    so will the speed and the result. But if the results do not stay
    consistent, your system is unstable (specifically CPU).
    5. Above indicates that the test ran fine so far without instability, but
    below indicates instability (the Residual(norm) values aren't the same
    throughout running the test):
    Time (s) Speed (GFlops) Result
    15.245 43.7434 5.380399e+003
    15.250 43.7303 8.675501e-002
    15.162 43.9816 3.570760e-002
    NOTE: Instability doesn't necessarily have to happen at the beginning, it
    can happen in the middle, or at the end. It could be just ONE of
    them that is inconsistent, but that DOES indicate instability.
    BSOD or freezing are signs of instability as well.
    *As of v2.0, the program will now have real-time result output, as well as
    real-time result checking for system stability based on the consistency
    of the outputted results. The testing will automatically stop if the pro-
    -gram detects such inconsistency. During testing, you should see an ani-
    -mated flame under "Freeze Test". If at any time during the testing you
    see it stop moving, it is most likely that your PC is frozen.

    *As of v2.1, Core i7 users that wish to test with HyperThreading enabled
    can now override the number of threads for Linpack to execute

    *As of v2.2, if you are having any issues with IntelBurnTest, please en-
    able debug logging by right-clicking the "logging" checkbox to do so, and
    then send me the debug log file. It would also be helpful if you also send
    a screenshot of the issue and steps to reproduce the issue.

    AgentGOD - Coding this program, duh 🙂
    Cronos (from XS) - for the original the memory size equation
    mikeyakame (from XS) - for notifying me of newer binaries
    WoZZeR999 (from XS) - memory size suggestion
    krille (from XS) - for the constructive criticisms
    Rob Williams (from Techgage) - for testing on a Core i7 platform
    justin.kerr (from XS) - for testing on a Core i7 platform
    Intel - for Linpack binaries

    IntelBurnTest, Copyright © 2011-2012 Xtreme Gaming Studio. Linpack, Copyright © Intel(R) Corporation.

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