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  1. If it's a power saving trick, the GPU temperature should decrease rather than increase, no? Anyway, I stopped the test after 4 hours and no errors or crashes. I saw in another thread you told someone that 4 hours should be enough to say that your system is stable under heavy load. So hopefully I can say that even with this peculiarity.
  2. I've been running the AIDA64 System Stability Test (all tests checked) for a couple hours now. My Windows 10 is configured to put the screen to sleep after 5 minutes of inactivity. I have openhardwaremonitor open to show me the CPU and GPU temperatures. I have noticed that while the screen is not sleeping, the GPU temp stays around 65-67 C. But if I leave the computer for a while and then come back and wake up the screen, I see that the GPU temperature has gone up to around 74 C the whole time the screen was sleeping. Then it immediately goes back down to 65-67 C while the screen is not sleeping. If I leave the computer again, it will go back up to 74 C while the screen is asleep. Does Aida64 do different testing depending on whether or not the screen is asleep?