PerformanceTest 8.0 build 1030




PassMark PerformanceTest logo (75 pix) PassMark Software, known among other BurnInTest and WirelessMon , has released an update to version 8.0 of Performance Test. With this program a computer can be subjected. Running Windows XP or later to a series of benchmarks In 32 tests, the five main groups are namely the CPU, 2D graphics, 3D graphics, memory and storage, as objectively as possible, tested and plotted against a number of other systems. In addition, there are seven additional tests, which include virtualization and the network can be. Scrutinized Since build 1028, the following changes and improvements:

Changes in version 8.0 build 1030:

Performance Test Should now Distinguish between Windows 8 and 8.1 in the system information
Baseline Manager will now display baseline scores with a decimal point. Axis this value is alsoused for sorting the displayed list it usefull fixes a bug where baselines separated by a decimal value (eg, 100.0 and 100.1) were being displayed in the wrong order.
Baseline Manager will now check baseline creation time with the time stored in the baseline cache file (baseline.cfg). If the file on disk is more than 30 mins newer than the cache entry the cache is updated. Previously overwriting a file in “My Baselines” would not update the score listed in the baseline manager.
Fixed an error thatwould be displayed if a baseline temperature had an invalid value stored in it.

Changes in version 8.0 build 1029:

Disabled baseline when uploading Samsung RAPID service is detected and the disk test has run leg on a Samsung hard drive (the tests can still be run but the results can not be uploaded)
Disabled mouse and keyboard input for the duration of the 2D tests to precent windows being minimized Minimised
Fixed some rounding errors could cause to frame rates when PerformanceTest was first starting to be displayed Incorrectly
Added support for some video cards AMD 8700M/8800M System and updated information library

PassMark PerformanceTest 8.0 screenshot (620 pix)


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