I have my new PC (Gigabyte MA790X-UD4 board + Phenom II 710 CPU, for those who haven't followed my other thread), and I'm installing stuff and testing. I've installed AMD OverDrive, which is pretty nice (much nicer than Easy Tune 6 which comes with the motherboard). It has a stability test, and when I run it, the program crashes after a while. I've also had problems, after updating the BIOS to F2A. Tried ACC (which wasn't in the F1 BIOS), and that caused a blue screen (even though the specific BIOS says "Update ACC code for Phenom X3 CPU"). Even after disabling it, it blue screened, but it's stopped since then. Anyway, that made me want to test the various components of the system, to see if there's anything that's wrong if stressed too much. Better do that now, because I make it my main PC (still have my old one running). I tried memtest86, which I used in the past, but it didn't work (recognised things wrongly, including wrong memory speed; probably doesn't know about the CPU and chipset). So, can anyone recommend software that can do a thorough check of my PC, to find potential weak hardware spots? Thanks!