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Softwares for checking performance

Go to solution Solved by corrado33,

What kind of performance? Graphics performance? CPU performance? Overall Performance?

 

If you're checking for gaming:

-Unigine Heaven or Valley or Superposition

-3d Mark Time Spy etc.

 

If you're checking for CPU only:

Cinebench

Userbenchmark

Passmark

 

If you just want to know temps and fan speeds and general info:

CPU-z

GPU-z

HwInfo

 

If you want a combination of GPU overclocking + stats

MSI Afterburner

how to do this? No overclocking. just Base clock performance to see where i stand

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I would use HWMonitor to view all of your system and thermals. Task Manager for Utilization. 

Specs:

 Gaming PC: i5 3570, 16GB 1600MHz, GTX 780 3GB, Transcend 128GB, WD 500GB, Seagate 500GB, Thermaltake 600W Smart, S340 w/ RGB, Windows 10 Pro

 Server: Xeon E5 2650, 12GB 1600MHz ECC, 8400GS, WD 2TB + 1TB + 1TB, EVGA 500B 500W, Windows 10 Pro

 Laptop: Macbook Pro Retina 2013, i7 4558U, 8GB 1600MHz, Intel Iris Pro 1.5GB, Apple 256GB NVME, Mojave

 

 Internet: $70/month For 500/100, Actually get 525/102

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What kind of performance? Graphics performance? CPU performance? Overall Performance?

 

If you're checking for gaming:

-Unigine Heaven or Valley or Superposition

-3d Mark Time Spy etc.

 

If you're checking for CPU only:

Cinebench

Userbenchmark

Passmark

 

If you just want to know temps and fan speeds and general info:

CPU-z

GPU-z

HwInfo

 

If you want a combination of GPU overclocking + stats

MSI Afterburner

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