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    All-in-one components tester?

    Nodens,

    Hope I am not replying too late.. This thought came to me as I am planning to write an elaborate thread on some of the basics..

    One thing I observed was, there is no one tool which will test all your major components; CPU, MOBO, RAM, PSU and, GPU, for stability..

    Is it possible to include tools which do this? I know its a long stretch and, there will be complications involved however, it would be the best if it can be done..

    I am not much aware of the technical challenges involved in this.. However, I do understand though, it might be pretty tough especially, when trying to integrate third party tools..

    Hope this helps in any way..

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    We are definitely looking into a more varied stability test, but it probably won't cover absolutely everything you've listed.

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    Yep.. That's good news nevertheless Marshall.. Telling it since we see a lot of people blaming the mobo or, CPU while the issue might be PSU or something else (just an example)..

    It would really awesome if we can make a tool which can include most, if not all (still hoping someone can come up with it ), the testing tools, which will then be more suitable to solve most of the issues.

    As usual, you guys are doing an awesome job.. Loving every part of ROG.. Cheers for that mate..

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    I know they support OpenCL on the CPU, didn't think sandy supported OpenCL on the IGP also, it was launched as a new feature with ivy but maybe they got driver support for it now.

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    Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	23715Can I ask a stupid question. What is meant to appear on the screen for a stress test, just this??


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    Yes just that. The test has no visual output only command line.

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    how about sandboxing all the applications so you do not have to see em all over the screen and disabling mouse for test time, adding 3d bench
    and my CPU is barely at 40% usage so maybe high prioritizing all the applications you use for benching RAM READ WRITE SPEEDS + RANDOMS ,
    or simply doing mathematical equations with a python which is very good for using direct hardware and not that hard to implement. prime95 is old but alot of ppl still use it for stability testing you could add python application to mimic what prime does with few lines of code
    Oh and most important part please make the size smaller than my OS

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    > 40% in first test due to single core/memory focus, 100% in second test. It divides by thread use.
    > Package will only get bigger as we've got to incorporate whole apps.
    > Python is unfortunately not a typical user scenario
    > Having everything on the screen is the whole point: it's meant to simulate a typical user scenario of apps running.

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    In addition:
    Running the same complex equation over and over again is the definition of a synthetic benchmark. The point of RB is not to measure how fast you can calculate prime numbers, pi digits, fibonacci sequence numbers or whatever. It's supposed to show you performance in a real world scenario. See how fast your system performs in something that any user might want to do.. manipulate a few images, encode their favorite DVD, compress a big directory tree while watching their favorite movie.

    If we wanted to make a synthetic benchmark, I would not even consider Python..It would still be writen in C++ and assembly, where required, for performance reasons.

    We do not force scheduling priority on any subprogram. They are running at their default priorities. This is the realistic scenario. People competing in benchmarking are free to tweak scheduling priority as they see fit (same with all other OS level tweaks). This also allows people to see the impact of such tweaks on their systems (if there is any) and learn when to follow such practices and when not.
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    How difficult would it be to create a bootable ISO that would run independent of the OS? Sorry if this has already been addressed. I didn't see it anywhere or, if I did, I didn't know what I was looking at.

    To be more specific, I was wondering if a Windows 7/8 x64 PE with RealBench as portable app was a feasible idea. Since I only have a cursory understanding of such things, I didn't know if there would be any benching advantages or disadvantages to having something like that on a USB or not.

    What started me thinking about it was stumbling across this:

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l.../hh824972.aspx

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