There are many reasons why you would want to stress test your computer – for example, in order to see how your newly assembled gaming rig is performing, to know if all the hardware is working as it should and more. A new tool Precise CPU Stress can load your CPU and RAM to a high level to test your system for both performance and stability. Depending on your testing requirements, it allows you can increase or decrease the load on CPU and RAM in order to test your system.
In the user interface of Precise CPU Stress, you can see the graphical display of the RAM, storage drive, and CPU usage. The blue, green and orange graphs are displayed for RAM, storage drive and CPU load respectively. It displays both the average load value and the maximum load value.
Using a slider control, you can change the level of CPU stress from 1% to 100% (default value is 90%) and then click on the Start CPU button. This will increase the CPU load to the selected level and can be seen in the graph. Similarly, you can change the RAM load level from 50% to95% and then click on the Start RAM button in order to stress test the RAM usage.
The RAM stress test launches a new window called Memory Bomb. It displays the total memory available, total memory being used, and the “memory bomb” size. Memory bomb is basically a process that hogs up the RAM to put your system under stress.
If you system becomes very laggy or slow, then you can press the Esc key on the keyboard to immediately abort the stress tests. Using the Esc key will end both the CPU and RAM tests instantly. You can also click on the Exit button to terminate the tests and close the window.
Conclusion: Precise CPU Stress is a portable stress test for your Windows computers. However it does not support 32-bit systems fully. You can use it to stress test your newly built systems.
You can download Precise CPU Stress tool from https://www.wintools.info/index.php/precise-cpu-stress