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Benchmarking Measuring Your PCs Performance

If you want to know whether your new graphics card really gives you better performance or how much faster your computer is now running after you have tuned its settings, you have to measure its performance. You will instantly be able to see the improvement as you use your computer for everyday tasks, but to accurately measure the performance of your PC you need to use benchmarking tests. These measurements will give you a precise indication of the speed and efficiency of each of your computers software and hardware components. This article will show you how to test the performance of your entire system as well as its individual components.

Category: Optimisation
Issue: 2004 Issue 8 December/January
Operating Systems: 98, XP
Article Reference: B15



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