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Memtest86 Free Edition Linux/Mac CD (ISO) image 7.3.0
Memtest86 Free Edition Linux/Mac CD (ISO) image 7.3.0 MemTest86 is a free, thorough, stand alone memory test for x86 architecture computers. There are many good approaches for testing memory. However, many tests simply throw some patterns at memory without much thought or knowledge of memory architecture or how errors can best be detected. This works fine for hard memory failures but does little to find intermittent errors. BIOS based memory tests are useless for finding intermittent memory errors. RAM chips consist of a large array of tightly packed memory cells, one for each bit of data. The vast majority of the intermittent failures are a result of interaction between these memory cells. Often writing a memory cell can cause one of the adjacent cells to be written with the same data. An effective memory test attempts to test for this condition. Therefore, an ideal strategy for testing memory would be the following: Write a cell with a zero. Write all of the adjacent cells with a one, one or more times. Check that the first cell still has a zero. It should be obvious that this strategy requires an exact knowledge of how the memory cells are laid out on the chip. In addition there are a never ending number of possible chip layouts for different chip types and manufacturers making this strategy impractical. However, there are testing algorithms that can approximate this ideal and MemTest86 does just this. For the ISO download you will need a blank CD\DVD and a program that can burn an ISO image. Changelog: Version 7.3 27/Feb/2017 Fixes/Enhancements CPU cores that are identified as hyperthreads are now disabled by default, due to minimal performance benefits Fixed potential system hang caused by memory alignment issues when allocating 128-bit variables on the stack during the 128-bit random number sequence test (Test ...
5/5 2,752 Jun 09, 2017
Passmark Software
Memtest86 Free Edition Linux/Mac USB (Flash Drive) image 7.3.0
Memtest86 Free Edition Linux/Mac USB (Flash Drive) image 7.3.0 MemTest86 is a free, thorough, stand alone memory test for x86 architecture computers. There are many good approaches for testing memory. However, many tests simply throw some patterns at memory without much thought or knowledge of memory architecture or how errors can best be detected. This works fine for hard memory failures but does little to find intermittent errors. BIOS based memory tests are useless for finding intermittent memory errors. RAM chips consist of a large array of tightly packed memory cells, one for each bit of data. The vast majority of the intermittent failures are a result of interaction between these memory cells. Often writing a memory cell can cause one of the adjacent cells to be written with the same data. An effective memory test attempts to test for this condition. Therefore, an ideal strategy for testing memory would be the following: Write a cell with a zero. Write all of the adjacent cells with a one, one or more times. Check that the first cell still has a zero. It should be obvious that this strategy requires an exact knowledge of how the memory cells are laid out on the chip. In addition there are a never ending number of possible chip layouts for different chip types and manufacturers making this strategy impractical. However, there are testing algorithms that can approximate this ideal and MemTest86 does just this. For the ISO download you will need a blank CD\DVD and a program that can burn an ISO image. Changelog: Version 7.3 27/Feb/2017 Fixes/Enhancements CPU cores that are identified as hyperthreads are now disabled by default, due to minimal performance benefits Fixed potential system hang caused by memory alignment issues when allocating 128-bit variables on the stack during the 128-bit random number sequence test ...
5/5 1,150 Jun 09, 2017
Passmark Software
   
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