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BurnInTest 10.2 Build 1003 by PassMark

PassMark BurnInTest is the PC soundness and dependability testing programming for Windows and Linux. A device vigorously stacks every one of the significant subsystems of a PC with the point of completely practising the equipment in a PC in a brief timeframe.

The product tests the CPU, hard drives, RAM, CD-ROMs, CD copiers, DVDs, sound cards, 2D illustrations, 3D designs, network association, printers, and video playback.

BurnInTest will carry discontinuous or secret issues to the surface. After effectively running the PC, you can utilize it with a lot more significant level of certainty. Likewise, you can utilize BurnInTest by overclockers to check framework steadiness at high clock speeds.

PassMark BurnInTest is a product instrument that permits every one of the significant sub-frameworks of a PC to be simultaneously pressure tried for perseverance, dependability and solidness.

PassMark BurnInTest Features:
  • An easy to use point and click interface
  • Native 64bit hardware and O/S support
  • Online help & PDF manual
  • A customer-style results certificate
  • Support for printing results
  • Assists in PC Troubleshooting and diagnostics.
  • The best value professional burn-in tool on the market!
  • The hottest, fastest CPU Burn In tool around!
  • Avoid delivering D.O.A. (Dead on Arrival) hardware to your customers.
  • Dramatically reduce your burn-in times with multithreaded simultaneous testing of components.
  • Build your image as a supplier of quality systems.
  • Avoid costly downtime, system rebuilds and lost data.
  • Test the stability of a system after configuration changes or hardware upgrades (critical for overclocking).

The Maximum CPU Temp test in BurnInTest is a vital tool for PC enthusiasts and overclockers looking to verify the reliability and stability of CPU and cooling systems with a maximized heat generation torture test.

Self-booting

BurnInTest can be made into a bootable solution from a USB drive, optical disk or PXE boot (with PassMark WinPE Builder)

Changes in PassMark BurnInTest 10.2 Build 1000:

  • Added support for API keys to connect to a cloud version of Management Console
  • Scripting, updated SET2DGRAPHICS command to allow setting of per-monitor test options
  • 2D RAM & GPGPU test, made some changes so that the number of tests started is the lower count of available GPUs between BurnInTest’s system information collection and the windows API called EnumAdapters. This should stop some issues seen with docking stations that do not respond correctly to EnumAdapters causing the GPU count to be too high, so more tests than needed are run and errors are seen
  • GPGPU test, added improved recovery attempt when an error occurs during the GPGPU tests
  • 2D Video memory test, reduced amount of memory being allocated for testing when running the 3D test at the same time
  • 3D DX12 test, added a new error message if resource files failed to load (but do exist on disk), eg in a low resource situation
  • Fixed a case where when running from USB the LastUsedSettings.cfg was not loaded from the USB drive correctly and could instead use a locally installed copy or default values
  • When not running tests, status messages sent to the management console is reduced to once per minute, which will increase when tests are being run
  • Updated preferences to allow for adjusting how often status messages are sent to the management console while tests are running
  • Advanced network test, fixed tile numbering (x of x) while test is running and issue where all 20 result tiles were displayed instead of how many NICs were being tested
  • Advanced network test, moved the result tile title slightly to the left to match with progress tile title positioning
  • Advanced Network Test, fixed last error description not displaying on tiles
  • Advanced Network Test, Fixed display issue where cycles, operations and errors were not displaying on tiles
  • Improved serial port identification in WinPE for a specific add-on card that was identifying them using hex A/B/C instead of numbers
  • Parallel ports, fixed an instance where the parallel test would not start the first time correctly if the test wasn’t already selected when BurnIntest was launched
  • Added a workaround for Windows 11 22H2 update that was blocking a driver load and preventing BurnInTest from gathering as much system information and seeing CPU temperatures

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