Huge List of Computer Stress Test Software [Used by Engineers in the Rugged Computing Industry]

Computer Monitor Tests

Computer Monitor Tests

PassMark Monitor Test[41] (FREE & PAID)

PassMark MonitorTestâ„¢ is a tool that allows users to investigate the quality and performance of their computer monitor or LCD flat panel screens. It does so by generating test patterns on the screen at a variety of different resolutions and color depths to test for the optimal visual performance.

EIZO Monitor Test[42] (FREE)

Quickly and easily (online) assess your monitor’s image quality. Up to 13 tests to check how uniform the image display is across the entire monitor. It can even check your monitor’s defective pixels. I like it because it’s really easy to use and there’s nothing to it.

JScreenFix[43] (FREE)

This handy-dandy tool fixes most screens (both for LCD and OLED). There’s nothing to install, it’s all HTML5 and JavaScript in your browser. If it finds a stuck pixel, you drag the pixel fixel over the stuck pixel and done!

Computer System Benchmarks

Computer System Benchmarks

CINEBENCH[44]** (FREE)

Based on the award-winning animation software Cinema 4D – it is the perfect tool to compare CPU and graphics performance across various systems and platforms. The test uses your computer’s CPU power to render a 3D scene – this scene stresses all available CPU cores – it can measure systems up to 256 processor threads! The result is displayed in points – the higher the number, the faster your CPU.

3DMark[45]** (PAID)

Dubbed as the ‘one benchmark for all your hardware’ – it includes everything you need to benchmark your computer AND mobile devices. A lot of new updates are added and you can even choose which tests you would like to download. All the hardware monitoring is at your fingertips and you can even apply custom settings where you explore your system’s performance limits.

CPU-Z[46] (FREE)

One of the popular pieces of software that monitors some of your computer system’s main devices. Processor name and number, codename, process, package, cache levels, mainboard and chipset, memory, real-time measurement, and more. Make sure to check out a few YouTube videos for a glance at how this tool works and if it’s for you.

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