Software update: PerformanceTest 9.0 build 1007

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PassMark Software, known for BurnInTest and WirelessMon, among others, has released an update for version 9.0 of PerformanceTest. This program allows a computer running Windows XP or higher to be subjected to a series of benchmarks. In 32 tests, the five main groups, namely the processor, 2D graphics, 3D graphics, storage and memory, are tested as objectively as possible and graphically compared to a number of other systems. In addition, there are seven extra tests, in which virtualization and the network can be examined, among other things. Since build 1000, the following changes and improvements have been made:

Changes in version 9.0 build 1007

  • Fixed a crash in the DX12 test if some of the required resources were missing or inaccessible
  • Made a change so results from advanced 3D tests -> DX12 are shown on dialog when user quits test early

Changes in version 9.0 build 1006

  • Fixed a crash that could occur if a disk test file failed to be created properly
  • Updated preferences help for removed options
  • Fixed a crash when trying to use the scroll bar in the your hardware vs loaded baseline view when there was a lot of baselines loaded
  • Fixed a crash when exporting results in HTML format from an advanced disk test
  • Made some changes to how DX12 test detects available graphics memory to avoid adding an MSAA penalty in some situations
  • Made some changes so some AMD integrated cards will be displayed with the CPU as part of the name, eg “R7 PRO A8-9600” instead of the generic “AMD Radeon R7 Graphics”

Version number 9.0 build 1007
Release status Final
Operating systems Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012, Windows 8, Windows 10
Website PassMark Software
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License type Shareware
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