HOW TO STABILITY TEST YOUR COMPUTER
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.
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