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Get an idea whether or not your CPU can deal with application that push it to the limits with the help of this practical and easy to use tool
Overclocking can turn the computer into a faster, more powerful machine if it is done properly but it might, just as well, damage the system when inappropriate parameters are used. For those who want to squeeze even the latest performance drop from their machines, a stress tool like CPU Burn-in will give a pertinent evaluation concerning the limits of their processor, one of the most overclocked components.read more
A simple tool for CPU testsA software solution specifically designed to put the CPU up to test, this tool relies on simplicity from one end to the other and seems to be the easiest way to discover the way one should get along with the hardware.
Easy to deploy on your systemCPU Burn-in doesn't require installation, the application being delivered as a stand-alone executable that only needs a double-clicked to load and run. This makes it possible to store it on a removable storage device and use it on any machine you want to test.
Only a few things to configureThe interface is minimal. The user only has to enter the test duration in hours and minutes to have the CPU running in full load. Other than that, there are two more options that regard enabling or disabling error checking during the test.
Gets the job done flawlesslyOf course, since it's supposed to get on your CPU's nerves, CPU Burn-in can't be called a pretty computer friendly application when talking about hardware resources, but it can be loaded on practically any Windows machine out there.
As an ending noteAll in all, CPU Burn-in is a very good tool to take for a spin if you want to try your hand at overclocking because it will help you get an idea about the upper limits of your processor's capabilities. It runs on any configuration and Windows version, thus becoming available to a large public.
CPU Burn-in was reviewed by Bogdan Popa
Last updated on August 5th, 2014
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