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Windows 7: Video Card - Stress Test with Furmark

02 Nov 2013   #50

Windows 7 Professional x64

why i must Stress test the Graphics Card? is it just for test or for check my Graphic Card is bad or not ?

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02 Nov 2013   #51

64-bit Windows 10 Pro

Hello Nobodies,

It's mostly to benchmark your graphics card, but it can also be used to see how it stands up under heavy loads. :)
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27 Dec 2013   #52

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

When am I suppose to stop this thing I have no clue but it makes my computer really slow

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28 Dec 2013   #53

64-bit Windows 10 Pro

Hello Saber,

You could stop the stress test at anytime you like, but if you want full test results, it would be best to let it run until finished.

It's normal for your system to slow down when running this since it's a stress test designed to push your graphics card to see what it's capable of. :)
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31 Aug 2014   #54

Windows 7 Professional 64-bit

Hi Jonathan.

Awesome thread! probably a little late on the posting, so hope you reply...

I am just writing to say I ran the test till about 6000 frames and didn't see any artifacts... I followed your settings and ran the burn-in test and my GeForce GTX 590 only reached a maximum of 85* and didn't seem to increase, although it does get a few degrees hotter whilst gaming, is this normal for a Nvidia Geforce GTX 590?

Also another quick question. I was experiencing artifacts and Display driver kernal crashes then saying that it had recovered after a few seconds. So i tried going back to older drivers and that didn't work. I took out the graphics card and blew out some dust of the heat-sink and fan and also the PCI-E slot and re seated it, and so far I haven't had any problems whilst gaming or no problems with your FurMark settings after running the burn-in test.

Anyways thank you heaps for the walk-through, my graphics card seems to be absolutely fine, but would love to hear your opinion with my previous problems.. Well I hope they stay 'previous' hehe.

Kind Regards,

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31 Aug 2014   #55

64-bit Windows 10 Pro

Hello Sean, and welcome to Seven Forums. :)

Since you didn't have anymore issues after blowing the dust out, it was most likely an issue with the dust causing the card to overheat some. This could give you the issues you have experienced.
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31 Aug 2014   #56

Windows 7 Professional 64-bit

Thanks for the welcome and reply Brink,

Yeah I was thinking so as I read that some people have fixed issues with dust and improper seating of components, and particularly with graphics issues where artifacts and crashes can be resolved by removing dust and ensuring proper seating of cables and what not.

Hope my issue is resolved, other wise I may have to look at getting a new card.

But seems fine and thanks once again everyone!
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23 Jul 2016   #57

Windows 7 64 bit
Furmark confusing

I have a compaq laptop the crashes periodically when running videos.
Wanted to use this test but am clueless as to what I should be seeing.
I see no temp indicator so am scared to continue.
Can anyone tell me what I should be looking for?
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26 May 2017   #58

Desk1 7 Home Prem / Desk2 10 Pro / Main lap Asus ROG 10 Pro 2 laptop Toshiba 7 Pro Asus P2520 7 & 10

Hell Shawn mate having awful problems with this machine posting in the forums being the worst they keep dropping out.

So I ma working through the components and is this the test that will show up if the GPU is alive or dead.

Just used the Intel CPU test and it passed but being an Ivy Bridge parts are going to be a real problem
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27 May 2017   #59

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-BIT

I use furmark to stress test revived gpu for 15 mins.

My friend has asked me to repair his HD 4890 2GB, done the iron method then ran the test for 30 mins to make sure and thank god it worked.
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