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1 hour ago, shuke233 said:

In the system stability, please check the CPU FPU cache at the same time. Should the three projects be tested in turn or at the same time?

We generally recommend using the System Stability Test in 2 sessions.  First, check CPU, FPU, Cache, System memory, and optionally you can add the rest as well if you want.  Run it for a few hours and check if everything works smoothly.  Then, in case the first sessions succeeds, run it again, but this time with only the FPU subtest enabled.  That will put the most stress on the processor and drive it to its limits in terms of thermals and power draw.

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