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3DMark is a classic, authoritative and fully-functional hardware performance (mainly for GPU and CPU) benchmark software series developed by Futuremark in 1998 (at that time, graphics cards with 3D acceleration feature were rapidly spreading). As of writing this post, it has released 11 versions. And now it is no longer just a tool used to measure the 3D graphic rendering performance of display cards, but has gradually evolved into an industry standard software for PC and Mobile platforms to evaluate their overall performance.
For the running speed of computer, physical memory plays a very crucial role. But as a matter of fact, when a computer runs a period of time, its available physical memory (RAM) resource may become less and less due to some reason it can’t get recycled effectively. And if there is not enough memory available, then this will seriously affect the running speed of system and applications.
After buying a new PC, many advanced computer users want to know whether the hardware system is potentially faulty or not within a short time. That’s when you need some professional PC hardware stress testing tools like BurnInTest to get a quick answer. More than this, the company can use such a tool to test the stability of Flash chips of USB flash drives before they are put into mass use.
As far as I can see, HD Tune Pro has been the best and most popular universal hard disk testing and diagnostic toolkit all the time. It can show you all the performance parameters of any kind of storage media, including Firmware version, Capacity, Serial number, Buffer size, SATA standard, supported UDMA mode and the supported features like read-write speed, burst rate, …
The data stored in hard drive is almost always important (also vital for few guys), so it’s necessary to regularly check their health status. CrystalDiskInfo is an open-source, free hard disk detection tool from Japan. It can provide comprehensive health info of HDD/SSD through reading its S.M.A.R.T. data (which can be used to monitor and analyze the health condition of hard drive in real time).
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The status of Fraps in players’ mind can’t be shaken by similar tools (AppNee thinks that excepts the Bandicam). As a classic, user-friendly, lightweight (2.5 MB), fast and stable video recorder with high definition and specially designed for DirectX and OpenGL games, Fraps has three main purposes: