How to Run a Stress Test on PC Using Free Heavy Duty Tool: - It is always better to be safe than sorry. There is a lot of software at play, which can actually put a lot of stress on your system and analyze system behavior to predict how it will behave in a heavy load situation. Yes, those programs are called stress testing tools. Stress testing tools often put a lot of pressure on the system to find faults or problems with the system's behavior to ensure stability in a normal working environment. This is generally done on a large scale. However, there are some software that can be used to stress test the computer system on an individual level. Some examples of stress test tools are Heavy Load, FurMark, StressMyPc, System Stability Tester, IntelBurnTest etc.
In this article, we will explore the features provided by the stress test tool. Heavy load. It can be used for processor, graphics, memory and hard drive stress tests. These tests can be done individually or together. Running these tests together will increase the amount of stress on the system. Running the tests for longer intervals will produce more accurate results. Read on to find out all about this free tool. And wish your system the best of luck for a definitive stress test!
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- Download the Heavy Load Stress Test Tool. You can get it from here !.
- Launch Heavy Load by double clicking on its icon.
- Clicking the start button starts the stress test.
- Likewise, the stop button interrupts the stress test function.
- The CPU button is used to test the CPU of the computer system. It provides the CPU with a 100% load and analyzes how it is behaving.
- The fourth icon from the left is the button used to enable / disable writing a file to a temporary folder.
- The memory button is used to enable / disable physical and virtual memory allocation.
- The TreeSize icon is used to scan hard drives. With this button, you can check where your hard drive is running out of space.
- This button is used to perform the Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) stress test.
- Heavy Load Test Methods can be customized according to your preferences. If you click on the wrench icon, a new window called Options will pop up where you can give your preferences.
- Click the Processor tab from the Options window to configure CPU preferences as to how many of the available cores will be used.
- Under the Memory tab, you can give the Threshold Y Strength values for the memory stress test.
- Under the Test File, you can determine how quickly the test files will be written to the hard drive.
- Under Misc tab, you can specify various preferences such as Exam Duration file, Program Settings and the Command Line Options.
Heavy Load is compatible with all versions of Windows and is free. Hope the article was helpful.