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SolidThink



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SolidThink
Hello,
kindly ask to show me small example to see how it should be a code that make cpu heat/burn for 60 secs.
Thanks
Post 06 Nov 2009, 10:09
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kohlrak



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60 seconds? hm... Here's indeffinately:
Code:
jmp $    


Now, what you have to do, since you want to prove you're all hacker tough or something, is figure out how to overclock the CPU in code. Considering many manufactures put a hardware lock to prevent software from overclocking (especially viruses), you're gonna have a problem. Laughing
Post 06 Nov 2009, 19:40
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ManOfSteel



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SolidThink wrote:
make cpu heat/burn for 60 secs.

Huh, ever heard of "throttling" or "dynamic frequency scaling"?

Nearly all modern MoBos have heat sensors that increase fan rotation (e.g. +1000 RPM) and decrease CPU frequency.
On some machines you could even remove the CPU fan and heatsink and all you'd "achieve" is a crash and CPU reset.
Post 06 Nov 2009, 21:08
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windwakr



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ManOfSteel wrote:
SolidThink wrote:
make cpu heat/burn for 60 secs.

Huh, ever heard of "throttling" or "dynamic frequency scaling"?

Nearly all modern MoBos have heat sensors that increase fan rotation (e.g. +1000 RPM) and decrease CPU frequency.
On some machines you could even remove the CPU fan and heatsink and all you'd "achieve" is a crash and CPU reset.


On AMDs it would burn up instantly, unless newer AMDs don't heat up so fast.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A4l8aQ07yvU

So if the computer you want to burn has an AMD processor, just remove the heatsink. lol

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Post 06 Nov 2009, 21:20
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SolidThink



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go to Letterman show if you want to satirists;

other solutions?
Post 06 Nov 2009, 21:27
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Azu



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Azu
Be sure to only use this on your own computer or you could be liable for damages if it breaks the CPU.







Code:
include "/stresstest/import.inc"
push 60
call StressTest
push 1
call ExitProcess    

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SolidThink



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windwakr wrote:
ManOfSteel wrote:
SolidThink wrote:
make cpu heat/burn for 60 secs.

Huh, ever heard of "throttling" or "dynamic frequency scaling"?

Nearly all modern MoBos have heat sensors that increase fan rotation (e.g. +1000 RPM) and decrease CPU frequency.
On some machines you could even remove the CPU fan and heatsink and all you'd "achieve" is a crash and CPU reset.


On AMDs it would burn up instantly, unless newer AMDs don't heat up so fast.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A4l8aQ07yvU

So if the computer you want to burn has an AMD processor, just remove the heatsink. lol



prefer throttling...

Code:
using System;
using System.Management;
using System.Windows.Forms;

namespace WMISample
{
    public class WMIReceiveEvent
    {
        public static void Main()
        {
            try
            {
                WqlEventQuery query = new WqlEventQuery(
                    "SELECT * FROM ProcessorThrottleStateEvent");

                ManagementEventWatcher watcher = new ManagementEventWatcher(query);
                Console.WriteLine("Waiting for an event...");

                ManagementBaseObject eventObj = watcher.WaitForNextEvent();

                Console.WriteLine("{0} event occurred.", eventObj["__CLASS"]);

                // Cancel the event subscription
                watcher.Stop();
                return;
            }
            catch(ManagementException err)
            {
                MessageBox.Show("An error occurred while trying to receive an event: " + err.Message);
            }
        }
    }
}    
Post 06 Nov 2009, 23:29
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SolidThink



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Azu wrote:
Be sure to only use this on your own computer or you could be liable for damages if it breaks the CPU.







Code:
include "/stresstest/import.inc"
push 60
call StressTest
push 1
call ExitProcess    


just try this mod to work fine

Code:
include "/anotherLetterman/fans.inc"
push BBC
call Show
push TV
call ExitEmergency    


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Post 06 Nov 2009, 23:40
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Borsuc



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LOL AMD is teh shit Laughing
Post 07 Nov 2009, 01:55
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Azu



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windwakr wrote:
ManOfSteel wrote:
SolidThink wrote:
make cpu heat/burn for 60 secs.

Huh, ever heard of "throttling" or "dynamic frequency scaling"?

Nearly all modern MoBos have heat sensors that increase fan rotation (e.g. +1000 RPM) and decrease CPU frequency.
On some machines you could even remove the CPU fan and heatsink and all you'd "achieve" is a crash and CPU reset.


On AMDs it would burn up instantly, unless newer AMDs don't heat up so fast.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A4l8aQ07yvU

So if the computer you want to burn has an AMD processor, just remove the heatsink. lol
"Just"? That's about the worst, most idiotic thing you could do to a computer, besides hitting it with a sledgehammer or dumping salt water on it.

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Borsuc



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Borsuc
It achieves the goal of this thread, I'm not sure what you're saying otherwise.
Post 07 Nov 2009, 01:59
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Azu



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Azu
That it hardly makes AMD "shit".
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Borsuc



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Borsuc
Well that was supposed to be taken lightly ofc. But lacking proper heat protection is somewhat serious, not only for "removing the heatsink"...
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Azu



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Borsuc wrote:
Well that was supposed to be taken lightly ofc. But lacking proper heat protection is somewhat serious, not only for "removing the heatsink"...
Right. So don't take the CPU heatsink off while running something that uses 100% CPU.

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kohlrak



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Actually, i once left my lappy do an update and i fell asleep so the laptop ended up doing a major update (i think it was from gutsy to hardy of ubuntu) with the bottom fans being blocked by carpet and all my AMD did was cut power. I woke up and had all kinds of troubles because my lappy overheated.
Post 07 Nov 2009, 02:51
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SolidThink



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I have seen many applications that make heat of Cpu but I never understood how do programmers make those apps,
only overclocking CPU via software enough?
hmmm
too easy, I do not.
Post 07 Nov 2009, 03:38
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Azu



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Azu
No.


Try to make use of as many of the execution units at once as possible.


You'll probably have to mix many different instructions in a loop, e.g. some FPU, some shifting, some SSE etc..

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Post 07 Nov 2009, 03:43
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SolidThink



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Azu wrote:
No.


Try to make use of as many of the execution units at once as possible.


You'll probably have to mix many different instructions in a loop, e.g. some FPU, some shifting, some SSE etc..


threading ?

can you let see example code procedure that does this ?

thanks
Post 07 Nov 2009, 06:44
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sinsi



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sinsi
Just download that prime program that OCers run.
Post 07 Nov 2009, 06:53
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sinsi wrote:
Just download that prime program that OCers run.
Prime95?
Post 07 Nov 2009, 07:26
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