System Stability Tester 1.5.1

Straightforward and simple-to-use software application for benchmarking your RAM and CPU easily, in a friendly working environment
System Stability Tester is a straightforward utility that allow users to easily benchmark their RAM and CPU in a comfortable working environment.

It comes packed with limited but powerful features that can be configured and evaluated by all types of users, even the ones less experienced in benchmarking software.

The interface is not particularly attractive but easy to work with. It is possible to specify the total PI digits, turns and threads, as well as to select the preferred checksum algorithm (Borwein or Gauss-Legendre) before running a test.

Results shows the turn, errors, threads, runtime, loops, digits, states and times, along with the checksum validation. In addition, you can ask System Stability Tester to log activity to file, format font settings, as well as view hardware configuration details (e.g. NPCUs, RAM, architecture type).

The simple-to-use program is very light on the system resources and finishes a task quickly. No errors have been shown in our tests, and the tool did not hang or crash. We have not encountered any difficulties. All in all, System Stability Tester delivers a simple solution to testing RAM and CPU capabilities, and it caters to all computer enthusiasts.

Reviewed by , last updated on September 20th, 2013


file size:
5.4 MB
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Lucas Tsatiris
license type:
GPL 
operating system(s):
Windows All
category:
C: \ System \ Benchmarks

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System Stability Tester - The main window of System Stability Tester enables you to start your test.
What's New in version 1.5.0
  • New splash screen with about and license windows
  • License button removed
  • Flattr button added
  • Minor bugs fixed
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Application description

System Stability Tester tries to test the system's stability by calculating up to 128 millions of Pi. The calculation ...

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