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    Hey, great post!!! thanks!
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    [INDENT]freebench - free memory, integer, and floating point benchmark

    This is now hosted by:
    http://code.google.com/p/freebench/
    ...or, at least, this is a toolset with the same name
    Last edited by krokodil; 12-30-08 at 04:17 AM.

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    I posted a GPU OCing guide that IMHO is more inclusive than the Phoronix article. It's also targeted at Ubuntu/Debian with Nvidia GPU's and is good for beginners. (as ATI's support for Linux is lacking to say the least)

    http://www.ocforums.com/showthread.php?t=605405
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    I'm sorry for the reply guys, but i just had a quick question for you:

    - Is Linux better than windows at doing Employers Liability Insurance?

    I've always used windows for stress testing and for ages believed that windows was the only way to do it, but now you're saying you can use linux as well so just wondering which you found better?

    Thanks in Advance
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    i wouldn't say it's better at stress testing. this thread was just to show that it's possible. if you want to participate in hwbot.org then you pretty much still need windows.
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    added Phoronix Test Suite, and Phoronix Test Suite Live CD http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag..._release&num=1
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    Hi,

    My requirement is a little strange : i want to exert 50% load on CPU . IS there any tool/way that can help me maintain a little more control over the load that I can put on CPU?

    Any pointers are highly appreciated

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    hardinfo @ http://hardinfo.berlios.de/HomePage needs to be included as well .

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    gkrellm is an excellent system monitor... definitely one to check out



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    with phoronix test suite out now, it's pretty much useless tho. all the tests are right there at your finger tips. then just make sure you have lmsensors installed and working, then conky or gkrellm to monitor
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    Hello

    I was looking for programs to stress memory and able to test how the system reacts to memory allocation larger than system memory.
    None of the list seems to be good for that.
    But I've found two new ones, you can find them with the package manager:
    memtester
    stressapptest

    Regards

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