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3D.Benchmark.OK v1.21
3D.Benchmark.OK v1.21 The 3D.Benchmark.OK is a small but nice 3D benchmark for all Microsoft Windows operating systems! Even as a small 3D.Benchmark.OK it is still an effective 3D benchmark, with which you can test the graphics card well, a benchmark does not have to be very large or ugly to test and load your graphics card! Especially with newly purchased graphics cards or after installing a new driver, you can compare the values ​​to determine whether there is a performance gain, the test only takes 65 seconds, or you just start the autopilot to detect any jerking in the display! In order to be able to test weaker graphics cards smoothly, there is the render option: low, medium and high, in order to get a smooth gradient even with INTEL HD 2000 or Nvidia GT 610/310, ... etc., with the anti aliasing option but you can also push the flagship graphics card to its limit! After the benchmark, you can compare the values ​​on the Internet with other graphics cards to determine whether there are serious deviations! The key functions in 3D.Benchmark.OK ◆ Quick start and detection of the hardware ◆ Changeable benchmark level ◆ Adjustable anti-aliasing ◆ Wind, water, light refraction, reflection, ... ◆ Data comparison on the Internet ◆ Autopilot Demo (endless loop) PS: influence Autopilot with mouse or keyboard Other features and specifications: ◆ Low CPU and RAM utilization ◆ From: 256 MB graphics card / 1 GB Ram / OpenGL 2.1 ◆ Optional as a portable program ◆ Multilingual New in version 1.21 // 12 July 2021 • Verification of the 3D benchmark OK on MS Windows 11 OS • Small adjustments for Windows 11 • Update of the language files in 3D.Benchmark.OK This download is for the 64bit version. If you need the 32bit version, download here. Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 607 Jul 14, 2021
Nenad Hrg
Blender Benchmark v2.0.4
Blender Benchmark v2.0.4 A free tool to benchmark your CPU and GPU using selected versions of Blender. The data is used to further performance of Blender through the Blender Open Data Platform. About Blender Open Data is a platform to collect, display and query the results of hardware and software performance tests - provided by the Blender community. Using this benchmark we aim to compare performance variation in software and hardware to support the Blender development process. How does it work? Benchmark You can download the Open Data Benchmark below with versions for Windows, Linux and macOS. You can then select any number of the 7 benchmarks (details listed below) to run on your choice of Blender version and render device (CPU / GPU). The benchmark will also gather non-identifiable data on your system setup, details of which can be found below. Once the benchmark is complete you can share your results on Blender Open Data publicly. Anonymous Data All data is kept anonymous by default. No personally identifiable information is collected or displayed. You can however enable a display name to be shown with your results in the Open Data settings. Run Offline You can also run the benchmark in a completely offline environment. In order to do so, download and extract the benchmark script, download and extract the scene you are interested in, enter the script directory and run the following command: path-to-blender-executable --background \ --factory-startup \ -noaudio \ --debug-cycles \ --enable-autoexec \ --engine \ CYCLES \ scene-path.blend \ --python \ \ -- \ --device-type CPU This will output the benchmark result as the launcher would. This download is for the Windows GUI version. If you need the Windows CLI version, download here. If you need the MacOS GUI version, download here. If you need the MacOS CLI version, download here. If you need the Linux GUI version, download here. If you need ...
5/5 170 Nov 22, 2021
Blender Foundation
CrystalDiskMark v8.0.2
CrystalDiskMark v8.0.2 CrystalDiskMark is benchmarks disk performance, measuring sequential and random 4KB/512KB reads/writes for any storage device. The target device does not need to be formatted. How to start Benchmark 1. Select Number of Test Runs, Test Size and Test Drive. for CrystalDiskMark 6 2. Click “All” button (or “Seq Q32T1”, “4K Q32T1”, “Seq”, “4K” button) to start Benchmark. for CrystalDiskMark 5 2. Click “All” button (or “Seq Q32T1”, “4K Q8T8”, “4K Q32T1”, “4K Q1T1” button) to start Benchmark. Number of Test Runs 1~9. Default value is 5. Test Size 50MiB, 100MiB, 500MiB, 1GiB, 2GiB, 4GiB, 8GiB, 16GiB and 32GiB. Default value is 1GiB. But it may be too large for low speed storage (USB memory etc…), so you should choose small size. Test Drive C:\, D:\ and etc… . Test Types (CrystalDiskMark 6) All : All Test (“Seq Q32T1”, “4K Q8T8”, “4K Q32T1”, “4K Q1T1”) Seq Q32T1: Sequential (Block Size=128KiB) Read/Write with multi Queues & Threads 4K Q8T8: Random 4KiB Read/Write with multi Queues & Threads 4K Q32T1: Random 4KiB Read/Write with multi Queues & Threads 4K Q1T1: Random 4KiB Read/Write with multi Queues & Threads You can customize the number of Queues & Threads from “Settings > Queues & Threads” menu. DiskSpd command line options Multi Seq: -b128K -d5 -oQQQ -tTTT -W -S -wWWW Multi 4K: -b4K -d5 -oQQQ -tTTT -W -r -S -wWWW Single Seq: -b1M -d5 -o1 -t1 -W -S -wWWW Single 4K: -b4K -d5 -o1 -t1 -W -r -S -wWWW QQQ: Number of queues, TTT: Number of threads, WWW: Read=0, Write=100 8.0.2 [2021/06/01] Benchmark results are fully compatible with 8.0.0. Added Random Theme Select feature Added Tsukumo Tokka Edition Added Idol theme [Shizuku Edition] ...
5/5 2,743 Jun 06, 2021
Crystal Dew World
DiskMark v1.0.0.8 32bit
DiskMark v1.0.0.8 32bit DiskMark is a small utility that allows you to benchmark your disks and hard drives performance. It allows you to specify many advanced options to determine how your drives perform best and to determine the typical operating performance. Release Notes Changed a lot of terminology, updated documentation.
5/5 2,761 Nov 19, 2019
DiskMark v1.0.0.8 64bit
DiskMark v1.0.0.8 64bit DiskMark is a small utility that allows you to benchmark your disks and hard drives performance. It allows you to specify many advanced options to determine how your drives perform best and to determine the typical operating performance. Release Notes Changed a lot of terminology, updated documentation.
5/5 2,813 Nov 19, 2019
FurMark v1.29.0.0
FurMark v1.29.0.0 A very intensive OpenGL benchmark that uses fur rendering algorithms to measure the performance of the graphics card. Fur rendering is especially adapted to overheat the GPU and that's why FurMark is also a perfect stability and stress test tool (also called GPU burner) for the graphics card. FurMark requires an OpenGL 2.0 compliant graphics card: NVIDIA GeForce 6 (and higher), AMD/ATI Radeon 9600 (and higher), Intel HD Graphics 2000/3000 or a S3 Graphics Chrome 400 series with the latest graphics drivers. The startup interface allows you to tweak the benchmark features such as: Benchmark mode or stability / burn-in test mode (for overclockers) GPU temperature monitoring and recording in a file Fullscreen or windowed for each type of run mode Window size selection (standard or custom) MSAA samples selection At the end of the benchmark, just read the number of points in the result dialog box. The point-based score is simple: it's the number of frames that have been displayed during the benchmark. Thus the higher the score, the more powerful the graphics system. Command Line Parameters The following command line starts FurMark with benchmark's default parameters: C:\{FurMark Directory}>start FurMark.exe /run_mode=1 /max_time=60000 /width=1280 /height=1024 /msaa=0 /nogui /fullscreen Burn-in and Xtrem Burn-in The Burn-in mode is a mode where the workload of GPU is maximal. In this mode, the donut is displayed in front side which offers the largest surface. In this mode, the GPU quickly becomes very hot: MD5:: 9A0171DEDFA4D4E57A345D8D19A82B7F Version - 2021.11.14 ! compiled with Visual Studio 2022. ! added detection of Intel UHD Graphics 770 (Alder Lake). ! updated with NVAPI R495. ! updated: GPU Shark ! updated: ZoomGPU 1.33.0 (GPU monitoring library). Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 4,345 Nov 17, 2021
Novabench v4.0.9
Novabench v4.0.9 Novabench is a free benchmark that tests your computer's performance. Novabench has been trusted by millions since 2007. 1. Test Testing your computer is easy and only takes a few minutes 2. Compare Compare your test results online to spot potential problems 3. Optimize & Repair Tune, upgrade, or repair your computer based on your results Fast Testing Test your whole computer in minutes CPU tests GPU tests Direct3D 11 / Metal graphics test OpenCL compute test Memory transfer speed Disk read & write speed Easy Comparison Compare online with thousands of similar systems See how your computer stacks up Get advice to improve Online submission is optional Add results to your free profile, or keep them anonymous Version 4.0.9 (10/01/2021) - Fixed issue submitting scores to This download is for the Windows version. If you need the MacOS version, download here. If you need the Linux version, download here. Instructions for Linux: # shasum -a 256 novabench-linux.tar.gz | awk '$1="cf210412801524898b5fabe3ff98e92ed997d66859e39fb554c1cf8427b3c6e4"{print"valid hash"}' # tar -zxvf novabench-linux.tar.gz # ./activate-license # ./novabench -help` Note: Online score submission is not supported Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 3,376 Apr 06, 2021
Novawave Inc.
RapydMark v1.2a
RapydMark v1.2a A portable computer benchmarking tool for Windows. It determines the performance of a computer's 3D graphic rendering and CPU workload parallel processing capabilities. No installation, unzip and run. MAIN FEATURES MULTIPLE TESTS 22 different tests, including one test in 3D. Tests measure single-thread performance of CPU and multi-threads. 64 AND 32 BITS RapydMark application in two versions, 64 bits and 32 bits for Windows 11, Windows 10 and Windows 7. SUBMIT REPORTS You can submit your results reports to a cloud database for comparison with other reports from other users. SAVE REPORTS Allows to save the results reports to disk in plain text files for later study or to send by email. How to use this program ----------------------- - RapydMark.exe is the executable for 32 bits systems and RapydMark_x64.exe for 64 bits systems. - The 'Performance' column shows iterations per second, test performance. Also shows the threads used for the test (4th = four threads). - 'Memory cache performance' test only works with 4 threads maximum, because too many threads would use too much memory. In this test what is relevant is not the result shown in 'Performance', the true results are the processing times of each memory block. - GFLOPS results are not comparable with the GFLOPS of the CPU specifications. Only comparable with the results of this test. - The clock speed (GHZ) of the CPU description might not show the Turbo Boost speed. - In all tests, except for 'Memory cache performance', the iterations are divided among the execution threads. - Before run tests close all applications on your system for reliable results. Stress Levels: -------------- - Low stress level is the best for single-thread performance tests (all computers) or for multi-threads tests for low-performance computers. - Medium stress level is the best for medium/high performance computers. - High stress level it's only recommended for very high performance computers. Changes: v1.2a - September 19, 2021: - Add TOTAL TIME - Add more information in Operating ...
5/5 1,394 Oct 27, 2021
Jordi Pérez
Tyler’s Frame Machine v1.0
Tyler’s Frame Machine v1.0 Tyler’s Frame Machine saves the day by giving you a portable, efficient, small, easy to use, cross platform executable that you can use to benchmark or stress test anything… and charges you nothing for it. If you’re a frequent benchmarker, hardware tester, or system builder, TFM is your new best friend. It can demonstrate differences between framerates, stress test machines, and even help you calibrate for live streams. Features include physics objects, spawn rate control, gravity control, resolution selection, windowed mode control, physics framerate capping, global FPS capping, camera movement speed, and more. There’s no huge installer, no annoying splash sceen, and no crazy list of configurations to get through. It just opens and starts to run - you can change everything in realtime! This download is for the Windows version. If you need the MacOS version, download here. If you need the Linux version, download here. </source> Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 1,184 Jul 29, 2020
Han Tylemagne
Wagnardsoft CPU Benchmark v1.1.0.0
Wagnardsoft CPU Benchmark v1.1.0.0 A really simple tool for benchmarking and comparing CPUs. Mostly using integer for benchmarking. Requirement: -Windows 7 SP1+ -Microsoft .NET Desktop Runtime 5+ ChangeLog ( -misc. bug fix -added timer / info about rime remaining in stress test mode -added tooltip with mouser over result for more information SHA1: 22E9FC1087D99637D48C649852CBD3457679357F Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 708 Jun 07, 2021
XtremeMark v5.6.2.420
XtremeMark v5.6.2.420 In some situations it can be useful, even just out for mere curiosity, to know more about your computer’s performance or that of a single component: to this end it is usually necessary to run a specific software program known as a "benchmark". XtremeMark is a software of this kind and it will test the speed of your PC and in particular that of your CPU (Central Processing Unit) by executing a large amount of parallel calculations and so on. The new version of XtremeMark can put both older and newer CPUs to the test; it supports 32/64bit processors, multicore and multi-thread (max 16 cores or parallel threads) machines. The strong point of XtremeMark is in its wide range of customization options: you can set how many threads to use for the test, how many calculations to carry out (from 10 million to 100 billion) and the priority level for calculations. Once a test has been performed, XtremeMark compiles a brief report which contains precise info about the computer and test results (the results are also exportable as TXT or RTF format files, thus it'll be easier to save them or share them on the Net, in forums, websites, via mail or even in a chatroom). XtremeMark can be easily updated online and is available both in English and Italian. Notes The results may slightly vary depending on the status of your system. For the best results be sure that every unnecessary application is closed, that there are no video or audio playback active, that there are no application using the internet connection, that there are no file being transferred or copied and that the operating system or any other application (like an antivirus software) is updating or scanning the system. New in version 5.6.2: Compatibility update. ...
5/5 4,069 Sep 27, 2019
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