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    3D stress testing program

    I'm looking for a program to stress test my 3D card, which I suspect of overheating. I tried to use the trial version of 3D mark vantage, but got heartily sick of going through several web pages, registrations and adverts, just to use a benchmark. Is there anything else that would be appropriate for an HD 5750 on Win 7?


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    Re: 3D stress testing program

    Try the fur test in ati tool.

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    Re: 3D stress testing program

    msi afterburner and kombustor, thrash it and see on screens whats going off.

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    Re: 3D stress testing program

    Don't forget Furmark. I use ATI Tool personally though, although be aware that it throws an error about not being able to install a signed driver on Win7 64. The driver is only needed to alter clock speeds though, so is nothing to worry about.

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