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Auslogics Benchtown 1.0.0

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  • aymentupac
    Senior Member
    • Mar 2010
    • 106

    Auslogics Benchtown 1.0.0

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    [B]Auslogics Benchtown 1.0.0[/B]


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    [LEFT][COLOR="Blue"]Introduction[/COLOR][/LEFT]

    Auslogics have released a free benchmarking tool that can test your computer power capacity and publish the results on their online service. All you have to do is to install the BenchTown client program and register for free on BenchTown.com. There’s nothing new here, but the way Auslogics designed BenchTown and its online service really impressed me. Everything is user-friendly an requires little to be done from the user point of view.

    All you have to do in order to start test your machine is to push the Rate button. The whole process is automatically and takes about 4 – 5 minutes to be completed. The application uses standard stress calculations for each main component of your PC, (CPU, RAM, HDD, VGA). The results will be displayed in the same interface along with an overall mark similar to what 3D Mark has to offer.

    Your can also compare your results online with your friends on the BenchTown service. If you don’t have any friends registered on this community, just invite them. You can also view overall charts based on community’s results regarding the type of processor they use, what are the most popular VGA models used, etc.

    With BenchTown the testing process becomes simple and fun to analyze even for a casual user. The overall image of his system is no more an enigma due to the comprehensive results and the user-friendly way BenchTown displays them.

    Pluses: user-friendly interface, automatic stress tests, online service, detailed system information report;

    Drawbacks / flaws: N/A;

    In conclusion: BenchTown delivers a simple and fun way of analyzing your PC.

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    Publisher: Auslogics Software Pty Ltd.
    OS Support: Windows Vista/7/XP/2003
    Date added: 07/25/2011
    Last Update: 07/25/2011 | version history

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    [IMG]http://auslogics-benchtown.soft32.com/screenshot/49-0-521666.html[/IMG]

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    License: Freeware; $0.00 to buy

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    7.3 MB

    [LEFT][COLOR="Blue"]DOWNLOAD[/COLOR][/LEFT]

    [url]http://auslogics-benchtown.soft32.com/download/63-703057/auslogics-benchtown-setup.exe[/url]

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