PassMark BurnInTest is the computer stability and reliability testing software for Windows and Linux. It is a tool that heavily loads all the major subsystems of a computer with the aim of thoroughly exercising the hardware in a PC in a short period of time.
BurnInTest will bring intermittent or hidden problems to the surface. After a successfully run the PC, you can use it with a much higher level of confidence. Also you can use BurnInTest by overclockers to verify system stability at high clock speeds.
PassMark BurnInTest is a software tool that allows all the major sub-systems of a computer to be simultaneously stress tested for endurance, reliability and stability.
PassMark BurnInTest Features:
- An easy to use point and click interface
- Native 64bit hardware and O/S support
- Online help & PDF manual
- A customer style results certificate
- Support for printing results
- Assists in PC Troubleshooting and diagnostics.
- The best value professional burn-in tool on the market!
- The hottest, fastest CPU Burn In tool around!
- Avoid delivering D.O.A. (Dead on Arrival) hardware to your customers.
- Dramatically reduce your burn in times with multithreaded simultaneous testing of components.
- Build your image as a supplier of quality systems.
- Avoid costly downtime, system rebuilds and lost data.
- Test the stability of a system after configuration changes or hardware upgrades (critical for overclocking).
The Maximum CPU Temp test in BurnInTest is a vital tool for PC enthusiasts and overclockers looking to verify the reliability and stability of CPU and cooling systems with a maximized heat generation torture test.
BurnInTest can be made into a bootable solution from a USB drive, optical disk or PXE boot (with PassMark WinPE Builder)
- Serial Preferences, when a slow baud speed (<2400) is selected or one of the cycle options then the timeout will be set to the max value
- Serial Test, added a new error message if the serial port test was run without any serial ports selected to test in the configuration
- System information updated to recognise Windows 11
Changes in PassMark BurnInTest 9.2 Build 1008:
- TPM Test, made some changes to the self test for V2 TPMs which would previously fail and display “self test command blocked”
- Fixed an issue stopping system information from being written to the test log correctly when running BurnlnTest with the auto run flag -r
- Fixed an issue reading temperatures from AMD CPUs with multiple CPU groups (eg Ryzen 3990x)
Changes in PassMark BurnInTest 9.2 Build 1007:
- Fixed an issue with the parallel port test not being able to get the port address and left unable to start the test in some cases
- Fixed an issue reading AMD 4600/4800 CPU temps
- Fixed an issue preventing AMD GPU temperatures from being read if ADL_Graphics_Platform_Get failed to be loaded from the ADL library
Changes in PassMark BurnInTest 9.2 Build 1006:
- RAM Test, made some changes to avoid a verification error being logged when the system was low on memory, in some cases a write phase was aborted due to the low memory but the verification phase would continue instead of being skipped which would lead to a verification error for some patterns. This would only occur on systems that had nearly no free RAM before the start of the RAM test. So typically only on systems with <4GB of RAM installed and only when background tasks, other than the RAM test, were already using a lot of the available RAM.
- RAM Test, made some changes when allocating/deallocating memory for the test in low memory situations, fixing a potential bug that could cause verification errors when small amounts of RAM (<100 MB) were being allocated/deallocated rapidly by the test when the system was low on memory. There isn’t much point running the RAM test when you only have less than 100MB of free RAM, but if you do the error case is now handled better.
- RAM Test, made some changes so multiple copies of BurnInTest running the RAM test will have separate shared memory blocks, still not recommended to run multiple copies of BurnInTest at the same time however.
- 3D Test, DX12, added a check before the DX12 executable is launched if the system is going to Suspend/Hibernate and wait until system is resumed, this should prevent an error being thrown if the test stats at the same time as the system is going to sleep (seen when rapidly sleeping/resuming system in a loop)
Changes in PassMark BurnInTest 9.2 Build 1005:
- Audio loopback test, now supports PassMark Loopback Audio Plug
- Audio loopback test, fixed an issue with the audio loopback test where if the test run time selected was 0 (run forever) then then sound playback time was too low (~1 second) instead of the expected 20 seconds.
- RAM test, fixed a bug where the RAM test may only allocate 200MB of RAM for testing when run at 50% or lower duty cycle
- Fixed monitor numbers in log files starting at 0 to now start at 1
- Added GPU name used for each DX12 test to log
Changes in PassMark BurnInTest 9.2 Build 1004:
- Added initial support for reading temperatures from Intel 11th gen CPUs
- RAM Test, updated a trace log message when low memory is
- Added a new information log message when memory is very low when trying to run the RAM test
- Disk test, fixed an issue where disks numbers being tested >80 might not show up in the log correctly
- Fixed an issue where disks weren’t automatically selected when run in conjunction with minimising system info collection command line flag (-w) and the auto select disks preference setting
- Fixed a UI issue where if the RAM test logged an error it might not be displayed on the dashboard until the test finished
- Fixed an issue when reading temperatures from some NVMe disks
- Fixed an issue when reading temperatures from AMD CPUs
Homepage – https://www.passmark.com/products
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 (32-bit, 64-bit).
Size: 50.5 MB