memtest86+ 6.10 Released With UEFI Secure Boot Signing, Headless EFI

Written by Michael Larabel in Hardware on 3 February 2023 at 05:15 PM EST. 18 Comments
Last October marked the release of memtest86+ 6.0 as the first major update to this bootable, open-source RAM testing software in nearly a decade. The memtest86+ 6.0 release marked a rewrite of the software while out today is the first update to that widely-used RAM testing software.

Last year's memtest86+ 6.0 release featured proper UEFI support, the ability to stress the latest AMD and Intel platforms with either DDR4 or DDR5 system memory, scalability up to 256 CPU cores, and many other enhancements with this memtest86+ rewrite.

With today's memtest86+ 6.10 release the main feature addition is having UEFI SecureBoot signing support for those wanting to run memtest86+ on an SB-enabled system. In addition to the Secure Boot signing, memtest86+ 6.10 has headless EFI support, new command-line options, support for the legacy but once popular ATI SB400, and a wide variety of bug fixes and minor optimizations.

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The memtest86+ 6.10 Linux-based bootable ISOs and Windows installer are available for download from while the updated source code can be downloaded from GitHub.
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