Software update: PerformanceTest 9.0 build 1025

 

 PassMark PerformanceTest 9.0 logo (75 pix) PassMark Software, known from among others Burn In Test and Wireless Mon has released an update for version 9.0 of Performance Test. With this program a computer with Windows XP or higher can be subjected to a series of benchmarks. In 32 tests, the five main groups, namely the processor, 2D graphics, 3D graphics, storage and memory, were tested as objectively as possible and graphed against a number of other systems. In addition, there are seven additional tests, which include virtualization and the network can be examined. Since build 1023 the following changes and improvements have been made:

Changes in version 9.0 build 1025:

  • Fixed an issue with NUMA settings when selecting a processor using a different node to the one the Performance Test EXE was running on
  • Fixed a crash that could occur at startup due to a buffer overflow when downloading updated chart data

Changes in version 9.0 build 1024:

  • Made in the world. your card vs “comparisons
  • Advanced Drive Test, fixed freeze bug when filesize is larger than the maximum allowed on the drive’s filesystem.
  • Advanced Drive Test, Let’s Read / Write tests (will show microseconds, us, instead of ms where applicable). This is important when bench marking very low latency RAM drives
  • Advanced Drive Test, Improved test consistency. Previously the creation of the test could overlap on some disk systems due to caching. This could cause a slow start to the test. If a drive respects caching directives this should no longer happen.
  • Fixed open CL test crashing / not displaying an error message when no open CL library is available
  • Added monitor DPI to baseline information
  • Updated system information details about new hardware

 

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