I have a Mac, which has a core 2 duo processor. Since I just got this computer, I was thinking about doing a stress test on the CPU. But, I wanted to go easy on it as it's an old processor. I was leaning towards using the Intel processor diagnostic tool https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/19792/?product=36750 It's only made for Windows, but I could run it because I have Windows 7 installed using bootcamp. Bootcamp is a multiboot utility that lets me boot into Windows on the computer. You see, you can't run Windows directly this Macs because the EFI does not support Windows, or maybe it's an issue of drivers. When I load up Windows and run hardware monitor, the computer utilization gets up to 50%, or even a little higher. Mind you, this is with nothing else running. So, I am concerned that the CPU would get overworked by the Intel processor diagnostic tool. Is this ok to run, or should I try another avenue?