Corebench

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  1. vbetts

    vbetts Don Vincenzo Staff Member

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    Corebench is a benchmarking app that is made to demonstrate the real speed of real applications on Windows and Os X. It can bench a single core, or bench all of your cores.
    http://www.wcn.it/CoreBench.html
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    Edit-Something to note, the mutlicore bench just benches each core separately, just average out the 3 of them for an overall single thread score, or times by how many cores you have for a total cpu core benchmark.
     
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  2. PhazeDelta1

    PhazeDelta1 Ancient Guru

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    hmmm. interesting. could always add another bench tool to my collection.
     
  3. cecire

    cecire Member

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    this seems interesting! thanks for sharing guru!! i'm gonna try this one out..

    one question guru..is it ok if i don't have an aftermarket CPU cooler to do the BENCH??
     
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    Li4m79 Ancient Guru

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    yep of course it is.... aftermarket coolers are only a real benefit if you are overclocking
     

  5. Sneakers

    Sneakers Ancient Guru

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    Just ran the multicore thingie, got all mixed results

    One core scored 102399 in maximum performance 12299 heavy applications and 4283 small applications

    The other "cores/threads" scored around the 80k-86k mark with 10-11k and around 4k

    Gonna try the single core bench also but I guess my HTing might effect those results some.

    /edit

    Hmm the single core bench scored 176219 maximum, 24777 heavy applications and 4863 small applications
     
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