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Old 10th Jan 2009, 07:40   #1
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Best software for detect hardware problem

Can I find best software can detect hardware problem and show me
for example I see my Voltage of RAM or mainboard have problem . and give me many information about hardware ?
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Old 10th Jan 2009, 09:30   #2
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I liked everest when it was free. Now there's a fee.
Check out the sticky on must have software.
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Old 11th Jan 2009, 09:40   #3
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when first assemble a pc, recommended running memtest from http://www.memtest.org/
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Old 11th Jan 2009, 10:27   #4
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I liked everest when it was free. Now there's a fee.
Check out the sticky on must have software.
In the past, there were three versions of Everest; Home, Corporate and Ultimate. Home was free and the others costed. Now, they have dropped support for Home, and the last version of it doesn't really support any new (>2006) hardware. Ultimate is still regularly updated, though.
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In the past, there were three versions of Everest; Home, Corporate and Ultimate. Home was free and the others costed. Now, they have dropped support for Home, and the last version of it doesn't really support any new (>2006) hardware. Ultimate is still regularly updated, though.
Yeah, I found that out when I tried to run an old install package of it on a newer pc.

Mfaridi, I gave you incorrect info... there is no sticky for must have software for pcs (don't know why, but there is one for macs.)
The overclocking guide lists some good system info programs (like cpuz and hwmonitor.)
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Mfaridi, I gave you incorrect info... there is no sticky for must have software for pcs
Look in Tech Support where this thread rightfully belongs.

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for example I see my Voltage of RAM or mainboard have problem

But never trust software for reliable board voltages.
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Look in Tech Support where this thread rightfully belongs.

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Aha... I was pretty sure I hadn't imagined the existence of that sticky...
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I liked everest when it was free. Now there's a fee.
The free version 2.2 is still available from Major Geeks but is unsupported, pretty old now and may not recognise new hardware.

SiSoft Sandra Lite 2009 is more up-to-date and free for home use. HWMonitor free and small footprint but lacks full sensor coverage on my board. PCWizard (same site) is a poor man's Everest, bit buggy last time I tried it but it's in active development and free. Get CPU-Z while you're there.
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best software to find a hardware problem, windows BSOD, works pretty well at highlighting a problem! lol!
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