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Any stress testing software to record min and max temperatures and min and max clock speeds over 20-30 minutes?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Any stress testing software to record min and max temperatures and min and max clock speeds (CPU) over 20-30 minutes?
I need to measure this data for a science fair project. It needs to work with AMD Ryzen.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

is there a way to download a txt file or something though? I need to collect a lot of datapoints and screenshots or writing it down/in excel is way longer will all the data!

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MSI Afterburner will write to an output file and you can watch cpu speeds and temp.


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I don't believe Afterburner covers the CPU, only the GPU.
HWmonitor covers everything including min, max and current temps seen.

However it does not have a graph reading, just shows these values.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
16 hours ago, middleclasspoor said:

You might want to take a look at 'Hardware Monitor' from CPUID. I believe it will let you export results. You can find out more here: https://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html

 

Good luck.

 

Ok, thanks, this looks good. But what is the best way to stress test it? OCCT seems to have issues downloading and freezing. I also need to know average temp and clock speed, sorry I may not have mentioned this. HWMonitor doesn't seem to record average. So is there some benchmarking/stress test software that I can set to run for 20-30 minutes and will tell me those averages? 

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1 hour ago, -live wire- said:

Ok, thanks, this looks good. But what is the best way to stress test it? OCCT seems to have issues downloading and freezing. I also need to know average temp and clock speed, sorry I may not have mentioned this. HWMonitor doesn't seem to record average. So is there some benchmarking/stress test software that I can set to run for 20-30 minutes and will tell me those averages? 

HWInfo64 will log everything to a .csv file; min, max, and average.  It has any/all sensors you could ever want.

 

The new version of OCCT is hot garbage and I'd avoid it.  Prime95, Aida64 (has 30 day free trial), Intel Extreme Tuning Utility, or x264 video encoder stability test are good alternatives.


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Just seconding or thirding HWMonitor. I always have it and Task Manager open on a side monitor all the time (it also surprises me how many enthusiasts don't do this. Dont you want to know what your system is up at any point in time???)


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Ok, I guess I will give aida 64 a try. HWinfo64 looks good for min max and average, and then I guess I'll have to click reset as I start the benchmark.

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