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New Catzilla Benchmark

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  1. beret New Member

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    Hey there is a new tool to check how powerfull is your PC,
    there is some info about:

    Catzilla in V1.0
    On http://www.catzilla.com/ (download version)

    ALLBenchmark is a software solution that uses graphics cards and CPUs for testing and comparing the most powerful computers, suitable for playing games with advanced graphics. This genuine hardware test is made for all computer users.
    It's a computer test focused to check your computer graphics capabilities. The test can analyze if your computer is suitable for latest games or watching HD movies in best quality. It can also suggest what hardware modules of your computer should be replaced in order to get best performance.
    The benchmark will also check software configuration of your system and will suggest improvements that may cause your computer to work faster and more efficiently.
    How to perform tests?
    - Turn off all programs, including programs running in the background, web browsers, email client, Skype, etc.
    - Do not touch the mouse and keyboard while running the test
    - Install all Windows updates and the latest drivers for your graphics card
    The installation of the program may take a few minutes and for the proper functioning of the program it is necessary to install DirectX and Microsoft Visual C ++ 2010 runtime environment, which are available in the installer.
    After installation is complete, you can run the program and start testing.
    Initial start-up of the program
    There are four tests available:
    576p (1024 x 576) - for testing netbooks and ultrabooks, requires 256 MB of GPU memory.
    720p (1280 x 720) - for testing the low end desktop computers, requires 512 MB of GPU memory
    1080p (1920 x 1080) - for current desktop computers, requires 1024 MB of GPU memory
    1440p (2560 x 1440) - for most demanding high-end computers, requires more than 1024 MB of GPU memory
    CUSTOM based on your own options and features settings

    When you run the test, you get the result in the RESULTS tab.
    Sending results to toplist is available only for registered users.

    Share some of your results!
     
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