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I need stress test for linux

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5 minutes ago, Ataxion said:

how can I download mprime on ubuntu I found the download but it doesn't work

 

Open the directory in terminal and execute ./mprime

I need a stress test for my linux laptop because sometimes while watching videos the fan ramps up and when I check it it is around 70c but when I tried stress tests that use the terminal the cpu tmeperature didn't go above 60c so I need a working stress test.

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3 minutes ago, Ataxion said:

I need a stress test for my linux laptop because sometimes while watching videos the fan ramps up and when I check it it is around 70c but when I tried stress tests that use the terminal the cpu tmeperature didn't go above 60c so I need a working stress test.

What distro?

 

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Just now, Radium_Angel said:

What distro?

 

Ubuntu

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You could try Blender. They provide a number of files you can test witth: https://www.blender.org/download/demo-files/

 

Also, command line tools aren't inherently less intensive. I've found ffmpeg, a video encoder/transcoder tool, to sometimes successfully reveal failed overclocks.

 

A story about that: On a Windows 10 machine, my Intel Core i7-6700K was running at 4.6 GHz for months. Absolutely no BSoDs, crashes, etc. despite being on almost 24/7 (I sometimes put it in sleep mode). But then I went to encode a video with ffmpeg, and ffmpeg would either crash or watchdog timeout Windows 10. I lowered the OC to 4.5 GHz and it worked! Again, pretty much nothing else crashed. It was 100% stable in gaming and 3D rendering. It took video encoding to reveal it was not actually as stable as I thought. In retrospect, I probably could've raised the voltage a little bit or tweaked LLC to keep 4.6 GHz, but I probably chose not to because it was already running hard at 1.35 V which was a little high for a Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO already.

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Prime95 is also available, as mprime.

Main: AMD Ryzen 7 1700X, Nvidia GTX 780, 16 GB 2667 MT/s DDR4 Fedora 33 x86_64

Secondary: Intel Xeon X5670, Nvidia GTX 660, 24 GB 1333 MT/s DDR3 Windows 10 Home x86_64

Server: Intel Xeon X5670, 60 GB 1333 MT/s DDR3-R Ubuntu Server 20.04.1 LTS x86_64

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41 minutes ago, svmlegacy said:

Prime95 is also available, as mprime.

how can I download mprime on ubuntu I found the download but it doesn't work

 

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5 minutes ago, Ataxion said:

how can I download mprime on ubuntu I found the download but it doesn't work

 

Open the directory in terminal and execute ./mprime

Main: AMD Ryzen 7 1700X, Nvidia GTX 780, 16 GB 2667 MT/s DDR4 Fedora 33 x86_64

Secondary: Intel Xeon X5670, Nvidia GTX 660, 24 GB 1333 MT/s DDR3 Windows 10 Home x86_64

Server: Intel Xeon X5670, 60 GB 1333 MT/s DDR3-R Ubuntu Server 20.04.1 LTS x86_64

Laptop: Intel Core i5-3320M, 16 GB 1600 MT/s DDR3 Fedora 32 x86_64

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2 minutes ago, svmlegacy said:

Open the directory in terminal and execute ./mprime

that didn't work

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8 minutes ago, svmlegacy said:

Open the directory in terminal and execute ./mprime

nvm it worked

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you could do this, though i dont know how long your pc wil last

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22 minutes ago, HelpfulTechWizard said:

you could do this, though i dont know how long your pc wil last


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LOL my laptop crashed instantly

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1 minute ago, Ataxion said:

LOL my laptop crashed instantly

you ran it? Do you want to know what it does?

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(was a H1 build, but I cant spend 400$ on a case)                |

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  • Ryzen 5 5600x                                                                         |
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4 minutes ago, HelpfulTechWizard said:

you ran it? Do you want to know what it does?

no what does it do

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Just now, Ataxion said:

no what does it do

bassically, it takes : and makes it send itself to the program twice. then, it sends it to it self twice every time it recieves it. so you hav 1, then 2, then 4, then 8, next 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, ect, over and over untill it just breaks everything.

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My beautiful, but not that powerful, main PC:

My new PC I'm saving for:                                                                /\

(was a H1 build, but I cant spend 400$ on a case)                |

DREAM BUILD BIT BY BIT                        |

  • Ryzen 5 5600x                                                                         |
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Just now, HelpfulTechWizard said:

bassically, it takes : and makes it send itself to the program twice. then, it sends it to it self twice every time it recieves it. so you hav 1, then 2, then 4, then 8, next 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, ect, over and over untill it just breaks everything.

that explains why my loptop just stopped instantly it only has 4gigs of ram

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Just now, Ataxion said:

that explains why my loptop just stopped instantly it only has 4gigs of ram

yeah, someone told me about it, and im too scared to run it. my linux desktop has 3gb of ram.

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My beautiful, but not that powerful, main PC:

My new PC I'm saving for:                                                                /\

(was a H1 build, but I cant spend 400$ on a case)                |

DREAM BUILD BIT BY BIT                        |

  • Ryzen 5 5600x                                                                         |
  • ROG Strix B550-f GAMING                                                 |
  • 2x8gb Corsair Vengance LPX DDR4 3200mhz cl6   |
  • Old drives from Grandma -------------------------------------/
  • New Crucial P1 and Seagate Barracuda Compute 2TB
  • Whichever 3070 I can get
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2 minutes ago, HelpfulTechWizard said:

yeah, someone told me about it, and im too scared to run it. my linux desktop has 3gb of ram.

It says online that it wont hurt your hardware you just have to restart your pc

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11 hours ago, HelpfulTechWizard said:

yeah, someone told me about it, and im too scared to run it. my linux desktop has 3gb of ram.

Yeah, me. I didn't think anyone was crazy enough to run that, apparently I am wrong!

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Hi @Ataxion

 

For Debian based distro's you can use the following:

 

Stress:

Install with:

sudo apt install stress -y

run with:

stress --cpu 2

 

stress-ng:

Install with:

sudo apt install stress-ng

run with:

stress-ng --cpu 4

 

Geekbench:

Install with:

sudo wget http://cdn.geekbench.com/Geekbench-5.2.3-Linux.tar.gz

sudo tar xf Geekbench-5.2.3-Linux.tar.gz

 

//Once you have extracted the file, run the following command to launch Geekbench.

 

cd Geekbench-5.2.3-Linux && ./geekbench5

 

//when the tests are completed, you will get a URL link

 

Hope this helps you

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Radium_Angel said:

Yeah, me. I didn't think anyone was crazy enough to run that, apparently I am wrong!

I didn't know what it did LOL

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