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It's cold in my bedroom so I want to generate heat via my PC. Anyone know of a decent stress test? Or do any of you know of a cpu stress test?

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that's not very effective. the most powerful cards consume about 400 watts. that's less than half of an electric space heater. 

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just mine on your gpu

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Just now, firelighter487 said:

that's not very effective. the most powerful cards consume about 400 watts. that's less than half of an electric space heater. 

I thank you for your answer - my electrical heating system takes a good 10-15 mins to come on and I'd like to produce some quick heat whilst I'm waiting.

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Just now, McHox said:

just mine on your gpu

Takes too long for me to setup - and I don't want to. Not because I'm scared to break my GPU - but I can't be arsed.

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Just now, vK 3 1 RON said:

I thank you for your answer - my electrical heating system takes a good 10-15 mins to come on and I'd like to produce some quick heat whilst I'm waiting.

It's going to take longer for a pc than your heater.

 

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Just now, GAMINGGUY said:

It's going to take longer for a pc than your heater.

 

If it works at all

 

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1 minute ago, vK 3 1 RON said:

Takes too long for me to setup - and I don't want to. Not because I'm scared to break my GPU - but I can't be arsed.

takes like 2 minutes max to setup for someone without experience

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Folding at home or bitcoin mining is more productive for heating. 

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29 minutes ago, vK 3 1 RON said:

It's cold in my bedroom so I want to generate heat via my PC. Anyone know of a decent stress test? Or do any of you know of a cpu stress test?

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