Comprehensive benchmark tool for CPU, RAM.

  • HeavyLoad
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  • License :Freeware
  • OS :Windows All
  • Publisher :JAM Software

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HeavyLoad Description

As its name implies, Heavyload is a system stress tool that enables you to view how the computer behaves when faced with scarce memory, low disk space and high GPU or CPU usage. It comes in handy for testing the reliability of database servers and the performance of any PC.

The application is easy to use and its main interface displays charts that describe the CPU usage, the disk free space, the available memory and the frames-per-second rate, enabling you to view the evolution of these indicators before and during the simulation, in real-time.

You can set the application to perform the tests continuously or end them automatically after a predefined time. The process can be paused whenever you want and you can select the time interval to update the statistics charts.

The testing methods can be customized as you desire. For instance, you can set the program to simulate full load on the CPU or just a specified number of cores, as well as choose the thread priority. The graphics card processor’s reliability is tested by running a 3D rendered graphic application, enabling you to view how it behaves under heavy load.

In order to perform the physical and virtual memory test, the application enables you to set the allocation speed and set a usage limit, under which the simulation stops.

Heavyload can also perform disk space tests by writing a test file to the hard disk at adjustable speed and enabling you to set the free space threshold. When the user-defined limit is reached, the test file is overwritten in order to lower disk usage again.

In addition to this, it comes with an option to simulate multiple simultaneous accesses of files and folders, on all the local disks, in order to test the hard disk capabilities.

All in all, Heavyload provides you with a set of benchmarking tools that you can use to stress all the system resources and bring it to its limits. It comes in handy for viewing whether your PC runs reliably when used intensively.

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