StabilityTest (ROOT optional)

StabilityTest (ROOT optional)


New: Native support & optimization for ARMv5TE, ARMv7-A, ARMv7-A + NEON, MIPS, INTEL X86!

StabilityTest is a CPU, GPU, RAM/memory stress-testing tool for your device, whether stock and unrooted (limited functionality) or rooted and overclocked with SetCPU, SetVsel or similar tools.

It also comes with per core or combined native linpackc MFLOPS calculation to measure your raw cpu performance.

The cpu worker performs mathematical calculations ("prime crunching") in native code and verifies the results, while the ram worker does heavy c memcpy operations in native code in a different thread.

Features:

- Classic StabilityTest for unrooted devices (sufficient to check your device's stability)

- Scaling StabilityTest for rooted devices (useful to test undervolting, overclocking and underclocking settings)

- CPU + GPU StabilityTest for unrooted devices (test both the stability & accuracy of your SoC's CPU and GPU)

- Native MFLOPS estimation (linpack / linpackc) either per core or combined

- Background Mode (StabilityTest can now run in background and with the screen turned off, except for the CPU/GPU mode)

- Dual & Quadcore support


Note that the CPU + GPU test tends to be less accurate for CPU related instabilities because part of the cpu power is eaten by opengl and thus cannot be verified.


Immediately reports errors and saves a log if the device crashes.

If you want to overclock your device test your settings with this tool!

If you want a rough estimation of your raw, native CPU power, try the built-in MFLOPS benchmark (either per core or combined).

Recent changes:
2.7: Fixed scaling test for quad core devices, ability to manually select frequency scaling range, displays requested frequency setting (helps identifying SoC thermal throttles)

2.5: Native support for: ARMv5TE, ARMv7-A, ARMv7-A + NEON, MIPS, INTEL X86 (this drastically increases linpack results on modern platforms)

2.4: Removed advertisements & internet permission, native MFLOPS estimation (linpackc), showing frequencies instead of bogomips, better compatibility for GPU test, quadcore support
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About StabilityTest (ROOT optional)
New: Native support & optimization for ARMv5TE, ARMv7-A, ARMv7-A + NEON, MIPS, INTEL X86!

StabilityTest is a CPU, GPU, RAM/memory stress-testing tool for your device, whether stock and unrooted (limited functionality) or rooted and overclocked with SetCPU, SetVsel or similar tools.

It also comes with per core or combined native linpackc MFLOPS calculation to measure your raw cpu performance.

The cpu worker performs mathematical calculations ("prime crunching") in native code and verifies the results, while the ram worker does heavy c memcpy operations in native code in a different thread.

Features:

- Classic StabilityTest for unrooted devices (sufficient to check your device's stability)

- Scaling StabilityTest for rooted devices (useful to test undervolting, overclocking and underclocking settings)

- CPU + GPU StabilityTest for unrooted devices (test both the stability & accuracy of your SoC's CPU and GPU)

- Native MFLOPS estimation (linpack / linpackc) either per core or combined

- Background Mode (StabilityTest can now run in background and with the screen turned off, except for the CPU/GPU mode)

- Dual & Quadcore support


Note that the CPU + GPU test tends to be less accurate for CPU related instabilities because part of the cpu power is eaten by opengl and thus cannot be verified.


Immediately reports errors and saves a log if the device crashes.

If you want to overclock your device test your settings with this tool!

If you want a rough estimation of your raw, native CPU power, try the built-in MFLOPS benchmark (either per core or combined).

Recent changes:
2.7: Fixed scaling test for quad core devices, ability to manually select frequency scaling range, displays requested frequency setting (helps identifying SoC thermal throttles)

2.5: Native support for: ARMv5TE, ARMv7-A, ARMv7-A + NEON, MIPS, INTEL X86 (this drastically increases linpack results on modern platforms)

2.4: Removed advertisements & internet permission, native MFLOPS estimation (linpackc), showing frequencies instead of bogomips, better compatibility for GPU test, quadcore support

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User reviews of StabilityTest (ROOT optional)
This is running now, will be good to see how quickly my original battery drains compared to my new extended one!!
Sep 19, 2010
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 20, 2014
Good
A Google User
Jul 3, 2014
Don't eat all my RAM in test, please. Android sucks at memory management. If a process gobbles up all the memory, it'll kill background processes. But they'll immediately restart, causing a loop of memory reallocation. During the test, this app claims to try testing with 760MB RAM, which causes the test to freeze for half a second or so every few seconds. That's not a stress test. This app needs a settings menu badly, so we can all test how we like. I'd prefer no memory allocation testing. Just CPU and GPU! Data would also be nice, but... well.
A Google User
Jul 1, 2014
Touch one Its coo
A Google User
Jun 27, 2014
No visible scores on nexus 5 All it shows is ... For any test.
A Google User
Jun 26, 2014
Not much usefull for a non root user.