The CPU Stress Test is a small free utility that allows you to test the CPU under maximum load. These surgeries are referred to as stress tests, or stress tests on the internal organs. necessary to evaluate whether a CPU can stay stable under " extreme conditions", to determine whether it can reach the maximum temperature possible to determine heat distribution (or failure to cool)., to conduct a power supply test under some condition. A number of SSE commands are used to "artificially" load the CPU to perform stress testing. There are three stages to the testing process, and once you get started the program automatically starts up for the next three. So be prepared, your computer may begin losing considerable functionality right away, so make sure you get your system ready for this by turning on it and performing the necessary procedures.
It should be noted that CPU Stress Test features are limited by the "artificial" CPU load and display of basic information about it (data about RAM are also displayed). These third party solutions, such as AIDA64 or Speedfan, can help you identify and maintain the CPU's health. So make sure you have the necessary programs in place in advance of the event. Reports are saved as.h files with the executive file and the INI configuration file following each launch is placed in the following folder. Experienced users may configure the parameters of the CPU Stress Test through this.
- As long as multiple SSE commands are loaded, stress testing of the CPU may be accomplished;
- Shows how many bits of information each CPU );
- Testing takes place in three phases:
- An INI file can be configured to meet the requirements.
- It does not require an installation to use it.