AIDA64 Extreme / Engineer / Business / Network Audit – provides a tool called System Stability Test for this purpose. It makes use of the AIDA64 Benchmark Module, which has been extensively optimized for all 32-bit and 64-bit x86 processors. It can put an excessive load on the system as a result of this, driving all parts of the CPU to their maximum performance, resulting in extremely high levels of power consumption and heat dissipation. You can use the System Stability Test to determine the stability and reliability of your computer. Real-time updated graphs measuring temperatures, fan speeds, and voltage levels can also be used to verify cooling performance. During the stress test, measurement statistics are available to record the minimum, maximum, and average sensor readings. When you build a new computer, overclock or tune one, or have mysterious freezes and system failures, you must test the system for stability under heavy load to identify a weak point or faulty hardware component.
• AIDA64 uses a set of 64-bit benchmarks to determine how quickly the computer performs various data processing tasks and mathematical calculations. Memory and cache benchmarks can be used to determine the RAM bandwidth and latency of a system. The MMX, 3DNow!, and SSE instructions are used in processor benchmarks, which scale up to 32 processor cores. All benchmarks are also available in a 32-bit version for legacy processors. Hard disk drives, solid-state drives, optical drives, and flash memory-based devices are all tested with AIDA64 Disk Benchmark.
Temperature, voltage, and cooling fan monitoring • AIDA64 can measure temperatures, voltages, fan speeds, and power draw using over 150 different sensor devices. System Tray icons, OSD panel, Sidebar Gadget, and Logitech G15/G19 Gaming Keyboard LCD can all display measured values. The values can also be saved to a file or exported to third-party programs like RivaTuner or Samurai. When AIDA64 detects overheating, overvoltage, or cooling fan failure, it can notify the user.
• AIDA64 has the most precise hardware detection capabilities in its class, allowing it to provide detailed information on the computer's internals without having to open it up. An extensive hardware database with over 115,000 entries supports the hardware detection module. Additional modules are available to provide an overview of processor frequencies, check the status of CRT and LCD displays, and stress the system to reveal potential hardware failures and thermal issues.
AIDA64 provides over 50 pages of information on installed programs, software licenses, security applications, and Windows settings in its software and operating system analysis. There is also a list of started processes, services, DLL files, startup programs, and visited web pages.