System Utilities Tweaking PassMark BurnInTest Professional

PassMark BurnInTest Professional PassMark BurnInTest Professional 9.0 Build 1005 for Windows

by PassMark Software

Avg. Rating 4.5 (69 votes)

File Details

File Size 46.1 MB
License Shareware, $49.00
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 5,730
Publisher PassMark Software
Homepage PassMark BurnInTest
Other Versions

Publisher's Description

BurnInTest is a tool that simultaneously exercises all of the major components of a computer, to test for endurance and reliability. The user can select the hardware components to test and individually adjust the load placed on each one via slide bars. Each test reports results to its own window and results are summarized along with any errors detected in the main program window.

The professional version includes Serial port loop back testing, Parallel port loop back testing, USB port testing using the PassMark USB Loop back plug or the PassMark USB 2.0 Loop back plug, Tape drive testing, CPU affinity selection, Advanced RAM testing with page locking and testing beyond the 4GB barrier, Scrolling 'H's for Electromagnetic Compliance (EMC) testing to ANSI standard C63.4-1992, and Additional options for video card testing.

Latest Reviews

hell0

hell0 reviewed v5.3 Build 1007 on Aug 8, 2007

It's great!

Dwiebelhaus

Dwiebelhaus reviewed v5.2 Build 1005 on Feb 21, 2007

The quintessential burn in software.

bobad

bobad reviewed v5.1 Build 1012 on Aug 16, 2006

Absolutely the best burnin test I have found. It does exactly what you need to test CPU stability at standard or overclocked settings. This program is by the same author as "Passmarks" Performance Test, which is the best true system benchmarking program out there IMHO.

Primis

Primis reviewed v4.0 Build 1031 on Sep 13, 2005

It's not perfect, but if you're a tech or just the resident guy who gets stuck troubleshooting other people's systems, this is one tool to always have on hand. It does what it should, and helps you narrow down what component or drivers are causing problems. Good stuff. Not the prettiest thing around, not the most-perfect, but at a file size that fits on a single floppy it's just too useful. And I always make sure the install is tossed onto any Tech CD's I put together.

ravemanson

ravemanson reviewed v4.0 Build 1031 on Sep 12, 2005

Seems very basic. Absolutely not bad though. Can't say the same about the interface which have been the same for all of it's existens. Really uninteresting, needs a big punch.

httpd.confused

httpd.confused reviewed v4.0 Build 1015 on Jun 25, 2004

Very useful to test just about everything on your system, all at once. You can test network components, hard drives, floppy drives, the CPU and RAM, parallel/serial/USB ports, and so on, all at once. You can also test your video card and video drivers at the same time, although it may not be as brutal (or as much fun) as simply firing up a 3D game.

The vast majority of users can save a bunch of cash and get BurnInTest Standard Edition. The Pro edition does have a great feature that lets you lock all available memory, which can help test it much more thoroughly than you otherwise would be able to.

No, you don't need this utility at all, but it's really nice for those people who like getting things done in one shot, and who like to (easily) test things after BIOS upgrades and such.

CrAsH_AT

CrAsH_AT reviewed v4.0 Build 1014 on May 24, 2004

it's seems good when i test it but i don't know!

Avg. Rating 4.5 (69 votes)
Your Rating
hell0

hell0 reviewed v5.3 Build 1007 on Aug 8, 2007

It's great!

Dwiebelhaus

Dwiebelhaus reviewed v5.2 Build 1005 on Feb 21, 2007

The quintessential burn in software.

bobad

bobad reviewed v5.1 Build 1012 on Aug 16, 2006

Absolutely the best burnin test I have found. It does exactly what you need to test CPU stability at standard or overclocked settings. This program is by the same author as "Passmarks" Performance Test, which is the best true system benchmarking program out there IMHO.

Primis

Primis reviewed v4.0 Build 1031 on Sep 13, 2005

It's not perfect, but if you're a tech or just the resident guy who gets stuck troubleshooting other people's systems, this is one tool to always have on hand. It does what it should, and helps you narrow down what component or drivers are causing problems. Good stuff. Not the prettiest thing around, not the most-perfect, but at a file size that fits on a single floppy it's just too useful. And I always make sure the install is tossed onto any Tech CD's I put together.

ravemanson

ravemanson reviewed v4.0 Build 1031 on Sep 12, 2005

Seems very basic. Absolutely not bad though. Can't say the same about the interface which have been the same for all of it's existens. Really uninteresting, needs a big punch.

httpd.confused

httpd.confused reviewed v4.0 Build 1015 on Jun 25, 2004

Very useful to test just about everything on your system, all at once. You can test network components, hard drives, floppy drives, the CPU and RAM, parallel/serial/USB ports, and so on, all at once. You can also test your video card and video drivers at the same time, although it may not be as brutal (or as much fun) as simply firing up a 3D game.

The vast majority of users can save a bunch of cash and get BurnInTest Standard Edition. The Pro edition does have a great feature that lets you lock all available memory, which can help test it much more thoroughly than you otherwise would be able to.

No, you don't need this utility at all, but it's really nice for those people who like getting things done in one shot, and who like to (easily) test things after BIOS upgrades and such.

CrAsH_AT

CrAsH_AT reviewed v4.0 Build 1014 on May 24, 2004

it's seems good when i test it but i don't know!

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