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  1. #16
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    Comanche 4

    Gun Metal


    Both are benchmarks based on real games. They are nice alternatives for people looking to escape some of the FutureMark controversy. Comanche 4 is more CPU oriented while Gun Metal is more GPU oriented.

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    GL Excess

    It's a nice, synthetic, OpenGL benchmark.

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    X2 - The Threat
    This rolling demo from Egosoft shows a series of scenes from the space game X2 and includes options for benchmarking.
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    AquaMark3 - The Reality Benchmark

    Released tomorrow, teaser are out currently.
    My Girl

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    This may not be the place for it, or it may have already been suggested and flopped, but maybe this post, or a new one, could include instructions on how too run game specific benchmarks like the ones you see in so many Vid Card Reviews. Games like Commanche 4, Jedi Knight, and BF 1942.

    Just a thought.
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    Entia non sunt multiplicanda praeter necessitatem

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    NEW HDTach

    HDTach, formerly TCDLabs then OAK Technology, is now http://www.simplisoftware.com

    New HDTach version v2.70 includes NTFS win2k and win-xp support in the freebee version. Write performance supported in the registered version only. Results generally agree with HDTach v2.61 and ATTO. Advanced size check eliminated. Burst read scale expanded. Complete info and download at:

    http://www.simplisoftware.com/Public...request=HdTach

    bwm

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    Re: NEW HDTach

    Originally posted by BWM on 11-02-2003 at 11:53 PM
    HDTach, formerly TCDLabs then OAK Technology, is now http://www.simplisoftware.com

    New HDTach version v2.70 includes NTFS win2k and win-xp support in the freebee version. Write performance supported in the registered version only. Results generally agree with HDTach v2.61 and ATTO. Advanced size check eliminated. Burst read scale expanded. Complete info and download at:

    http://www.simplisoftware.com/Public...request=HdTach

    bwm
    Nice!
    I always thought it was a shame HD Tach didn't work
    with XP. Now I can test that system too.
    ThanX!


    edit: ...........................

    Oh, ... the CacheBurst 32 lynk above is no longer valid.
    Try the following: CacheBurst 32

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    Passmark benchmark

    http://www.passmark.com

    If someone has posted this I apologize and a mod can delete it.

    The perfomance V5 test....
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    "Oh, ... the CacheBurst 32 lynk above is no longer valid.
    Try the following: CacheBurst 32"

    thanks i love new ver dying to try on upcoming dualchannel i875p

    p.s. i realize this isnt a bench
    i recommend and use to stablize improves my benches
    cacheman has two new ver including cacheman xp

    http://www.outertech.com/index.php?_...88585a85c9c178

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    Exclamation Re: Benchmarks, Utilities and where to get them

    hi
    heres the new link to cacheburst 32 memory test http://user.rol.ru/~dxover/cburst/index.htm

    anyone into comparing benches i got a 4pca3+
    and ocz platinum

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    Re: Benchmarks, Utilities and where to get them

    first post, hella noob at benchmarks

    i guess what i am looking for is somthing simple to start. like (fps & temp) just basic things for when i am gaming. but looking at the list of downloads i have no clue where to start. even after reading all the posts in the thread.

    thanks in advance for any help

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    Re: Benchmarks, Utilities and where to get them

    FPS is usually FRAPS.

    Temps are (for Intel) CoreTemp and RealTemp. These show on the toolbar, but cannot be seen when in gaming mode.


    M

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    Re: Benchmarks, Utilities and where to get them

    hi,

    if found this a few weeks ago:



    MaxxPI² for me, one of the best: www.maxxpi.net

    for:
    • single core, benching and comparison
    • multi core, benching and comparison
    • memory / latency


    cu

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