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test that i should run on a new system

TommyD

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I just bought some comonents and I have to build the system on my own.
Afteri I build it, as far as I know, I have to run some tests to see if everything is OK, if the memory is compatible with the mobo, etc

here are the components:

MB----------Gigabyte - M55plus-S3G nForce 6100, s.AM2, video,sound, LAN, 4xDDR2 800, S-ATAII Raid 0,1, 8xUSB 2.0, ATX :D
CPU---------AMD - AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+ Windsor 2,000GHz HT2000 L1-128KB x2 L2- 512KB x2 90nm Socket AM2 :rockout:
RAM---------GEIL Ultra || 1GB – PC2-6400 DC DDR2 | 800MHz | SPD 4-4-4-12 | 6 layers | aluminium radiator | 2 x 512MB :pimp:
HDD---------MAXTOR 300 GB 7200 RPM 16 MB CACHE S-ATA 2 NCQ :)
DVD-RW----Samsung SH-W162DL SATA 16xDual Layer :eek:
CASE--------Midletower Delux ATX 450W, silver&black, MG439 :banghead:


can u tell me what programs should I use and where to dwl them if u know

thank u verry much
 

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sciencemark 2
pcmark05
aquamark3
super pi
pifast
google them
 
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i do memtest over night then whatever 3dmark the vidcard is capable of over night. if it lives through that its usually good to go.
 

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i do memtest over night then whatever 3dmark the vidcard is capable of over night. if it lives through that its usually good to go.
the gfx is onboard, i think there is no need to test it
nice system
 
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sciencemark 2
pcmark05
aquamark3
super pi
pifast
google them
Those are benchmarks, he wants to get tests to make sure everything is stable.

I suggest getting Memtest 86+, and seeing if your memory is stable, and working properly. And also download Prime95, it stresses your computer, so you can know your maximum temp. and also see if your CPU is making errors.
 
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You're supposed to run programs to make sure your computer is stable after building it? :p.