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PassMark PerformanceTest allows you to objectively benchmark a PC using a variety of different speed tests and compare the results to other computers. Find out if your PC is performing at its best. Compare the performance of your machine to similar machines. Measure the effect of configuration changes and upgrades. Avoid paying big bucks for poor performance. Make objective independent measurements on which to base your purchasing decision...

Standard Test Suites:

CPU tests:
Extensive CPU testing supporting hyper-threading and multiple CPUs.
Executes complex mathematical calculations involving compression, encryption and physics simulations.

2D Graphics tests:
This suite tests the ability of your video card to carry out 2D graphics operations for every day applications such as Word Processing, Web browsing and CAD drawing. This includes rendering of simple and complex vectors, Fonts and Text, Windows User Interface components, Image filters, Image Rendering, and Direct 2D.

3D Graphics tests:
Measure the performance of the 3D graphics hardware installed on your computer. Supports DirectX 9 to DirectX 12 in 4K resolution, DirectCompute and OpenCL.

Disks tests:
This suite will exercise the mass storage units (hard disk, solid state drives, optical drives, etc.) connected to your computer.
Involves sequential read, sequential write, random seek read+write and IOPS measurements.

Memory tests:
This suite exercises the memory (RAM) sub-system of your computer. This includes database operations, cached and uncached reads, write,latency, and threaded read tests.

Advanced testing:
Seven advanced configurable tests allow experienced users to create their own test scenarios and conduct in-depth analysis of their hardware’s behavior.

Disk: Test the speed of your disk using different file sizes, block sizes and caching options. Test with multiple threads and measure IOPS.

CPU: Test the cabaility of your CPU by running our advanced individual CPU tests on a specified number of threads.

3D Graphics: Test the speed of your 3D video card by selecting from options such as fogging, lighting, alpha blending, wire frame, texturing, resolution, color depth, object rotation and object displacement.

Networking: Measure the network speed between any two computers using TCP/IP. The network speed test can be conducted across a company LAN or across the Internet to determine the point to point throughput.
Adjust parameters such as the host name, IP address, port number and block size. Works with dialup modems, ADSL, cable and LANs.

Memory: Measure the read and write speed of your RAM. Parameters include data size (8 bits to 64 bits) and a selection of two test modes. Linear sequential access across various block sizes or non sequential access with a varying step size.
This allows both the effect of RAM caching and the optimizations in the memory controller to be investigated.

Visualized physics: View a visual representation of what the standard CPU Physics test is doing. You can also tweak the simulation parameters to get different effects.
GPU compute: Test your Videocard's compute performance with a series of tests. Both DirectCompute and OpenCL.

Size: 66.82 MB