HOW TO STA­BIL­ITY TEST YOUR COM­PUTER

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So, you’ve just spent the ma­jor­ity of your week­end tweak­ing volt­ages, mul­ti­pli­ers, and the BCLK. You’ve gone through sev­eral blue screens, BIOS re­sets, and have fi­nally man­aged to get into Win­dows—so far so good, no crashes, no stut­ter­ing.

As much as you may want to cel­e­brate, you’re go­ing to have to re­sist the urge, be­cause there is much to do be­fore you can brag about that 2fps ad­van­tage you’ve just ob­tained. To be sure that your sys­tem is sta­ble, you need to push it to the limit.

There are many pro­grams that sim­u­late a work­load; most of them work equally well, but we pre­fer In­tel’s XTU. If you have an AMD CPU, you need to use an­other pro­gram; AMD’s own Over­Drive is a good place to start.

Read the full ar­ti­cle at http://bit.ly/2yGyvSO.

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