On Tue, Apr 27, 2010 at 13:56, Jeff Crosby <jlcrosby@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I'm starting on the OCCT tests today. ÂThis is a weird one. ÂI clicked on
'Power Supply' yesterday and got a warning that it was very hard on the
power supply, and to proceed at my own risk.

The Power Supply test just runs all the tests in parallel, maximizing
the power demand.

Supply test. ÂIt looks suspiciously like the "GPU:OCCT" test that I ran for
a few minutes yesterday just to see what it was. ÂIs this right? ÂI'm also
guessing that if I minimize that window, the test will not be valid as it's
not doing the graphics while minimized.

Yes, since this is a graphics test, it must run in the foreground. All
the other tests (CPU, RAM) run in the background.

The fact that your machine survived a few rounds of IntelBurnTest
would suggest to me that it's not a CPU/Mainboard/RAM Problem, which
makes debugging this a lot harder.

It might make sense to analyze the minidumps created.


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