OCCT 4.5.1 for Windows

by Tetedeiench

Avg. Rating 4.8 (88 votes)

File Details

File Size 7.8 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 12,246
Publisher Tetedeiench
Homepage OCCT

Publisher's Description

OCCT comes from "OverClock Checking Tool". Here is a list of its features: Up to 16-core support; Customizable tests; CPU and Motherboard detection; Monitoring support through 3rd party application; Can produce graphs showing temperature and voltages during the test; Multi-language support; and much more.

Latest Reviews

Ryusennin

Ryusennin reviewed v3.1.0 on May 21, 2009

Nice app, but no GPU memtest because of no CUDA? How rude...

Andy Dean

Andy Dean reviewed v3.1.0 RC1 on May 14, 2009

I've used programs like Prime95 for years but until last week had never tried OCCT out.
I now feel like I've been missing out, this is an excellent app for stressing various components of your PC. Well worth trying. Full marks.

fatray

fatray reviewed v3.1.0 RC1 on May 14, 2009

This is a winner, love the graphic displays when it's done. Should be very helpful with my overclock. E7400 @ 4.2ghz, 50% overclock stable for a month now.

bobad

bobad reviewed v3.0.2 Beta 3 on Apr 4, 2009

Nice stress tester, and temp and voltage monitor. I like the way it graphs the temperature and voltage, and writes a JPEG for you.

1/2 point off because it doesn't work with all versions of DirectX 9.0x. Also 1/2 point off because of the splash screen with the little hammering red men. They remind me of an old aspirin commercial, and it gives me a headache to watch them.

Somnambulator

Somnambulator reviewed v3.0.2 Beta 2 on Mar 27, 2009

awesome. havent given it a full test yet but the improvements are immediately noticeable...
LINPACK!
OCCT2.x was an exceptional stress tester and was based on the proved Prime 95 25.x code. This was great, but this new beta uses the Linpack stressing system that was developed by Intel to software stress their CPUs. My system fails the standard Linpack client after just 10 minutes, proving that my "rock solid" OC isn't as solid as i'd thought. Linpack stresses CPUs soooo much more than anything out there i guarantee you'll see temps at least 10 C higher than you've seen in your current configuration.

Avg. Rating 4.8 (88 votes)
Your Rating
Ryusennin

Ryusennin reviewed v3.1.0 on May 21, 2009

Nice app, but no GPU memtest because of no CUDA? How rude...

Andy Dean

Andy Dean reviewed v3.1.0 RC1 on May 14, 2009

I've used programs like Prime95 for years but until last week had never tried OCCT out.
I now feel like I've been missing out, this is an excellent app for stressing various components of your PC. Well worth trying. Full marks.

fatray

fatray reviewed v3.1.0 RC1 on May 14, 2009

This is a winner, love the graphic displays when it's done. Should be very helpful with my overclock. E7400 @ 4.2ghz, 50% overclock stable for a month now.

bobad

bobad reviewed v3.0.2 Beta 3 on Apr 4, 2009

Nice stress tester, and temp and voltage monitor. I like the way it graphs the temperature and voltage, and writes a JPEG for you.

1/2 point off because it doesn't work with all versions of DirectX 9.0x. Also 1/2 point off because of the splash screen with the little hammering red men. They remind me of an old aspirin commercial, and it gives me a headache to watch them.

Somnambulator

Somnambulator reviewed v3.0.2 Beta 2 on Mar 27, 2009

awesome. havent given it a full test yet but the improvements are immediately noticeable...
LINPACK!
OCCT2.x was an exceptional stress tester and was based on the proved Prime 95 25.x code. This was great, but this new beta uses the Linpack stressing system that was developed by Intel to software stress their CPUs. My system fails the standard Linpack client after just 10 minutes, proving that my "rock solid" OC isn't as solid as i'd thought. Linpack stresses CPUs soooo much more than anything out there i guarantee you'll see temps at least 10 C higher than you've seen in your current configuration.

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