Anyway, if you use Ubuntu and prefer a tool with a GUI, then you can use ‘lbench’. It has a simple user interface and very easy to use, and is primarily a benchmarking tool.
Now under MS Windows OS you can find a lot of tools, however, in GNU/Linux or Ubuntu (as in this case) there aren’t that many you can use (or at least as far as I know). But, if you’re looking for a CPU stress testing utility that’s optimized for both Intel and AMD micro processors...
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It includes over 60 different stress tests, over 50 CPU specific stress tests that exercise floating point, integer, bit manipulation and control flow, over 20 virtual memory stress tests.
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Re: CPU stress test. not a new system or new proc...just wanted to see how far I could go with Ubuntu, used to bluescreen XP @ 3.70, I always assumed it was the memory. Ubuntu is a bit for resourceful/stable though.
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almost 80 different stress tests over 50 CPU specific stress tests that exercise floating point, integer, bit manipulation and control flow over 20 virtual memory stress tests.
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