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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 \ main.py \ -- \ --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 2,170 Nov 22, 2021
Blender Foundation
DNS Benchmark v1.3.6668
DNS Benchmark v1.3.6668 Domain Name Speed Benchmark Are your DNS nameservers impeding your Internet experience? A unique, comprehensive, accurate & free Windows (and Linux/Wine) utility to determine the exact performance of local and remote DNS nameservers . . . “You can't optimize it until you can measure it” Now you CAN measure it! Although GRC's DNS Benchmark is packed with features to satisfy the needs of the most demanding Internet gurus (and this benchmark offers features designed to enable serious DNS performance investigation), the box below demonstrates that it is also extremely easy for casual and first-time users to run: How to Run the DNS Benchmark After downloading and starting the utility (there's nothing to install), it's as easy as . . . 1 . . . 2 . . . 3 Click the “Nameservers” tab to select the main benchmark display and data pages. 2t Click the “Run Benchmark” button (it may take a moment to become enabled). 3t Click and read the “Conclusions” tab after the benchmark completes. Unless you're a super-guru, PLEASE really do read the “Conclusions” tab once the benchmark has completed. Some people have initially been overwhelmed and intimidated by this benchmark's deep and rich feature set, and by the amount of specific detail it generates. They haven't known what it meant or what, if anything, they should do about it. But you will discover that the “Conclusions” tab presents a distillation of all that, into a set of carefully worded . . . er . . . Conclusions. Really. Why a DNS Benchmark? People use alphabetic domain names (www.grc.com), but Internet data packets require numerical Internet IP addresses (4.79.142.202). So the first step required before anything can be done on the Internet is to lookup the site's or service's domain name to determine its associated Internet IP address. www.grc.com arrow-r [4.79.142.202] Since nothing can happen ...
5/5 4,974 Oct 09, 2019
Gibson Research Corporation
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 (1.1.0.0): -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 2,684 Jun 07, 2021
Wagnardsoft
   
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