PassMark PerformanceTest is a program that includes tests that can accurately determine the performance of computer systems and compare the performance of the computer and its hardware with other computers and configurations..
PassMark PerformanceTest contains twenty-seven standard tests, grouped into seven different groups, as well as the ability to compose five user tests.
The PassMark PerformanceTest interface consists of eight thematic sections, and in the main section it is possible to specify an element of the hardware in order to test its performance and operability.
From the sections can be selected for testing the CPU, 2D and 3D graphics capabilities of the video card, can be checked the speed of RAM, disk system operation and much more.
Working with PassMark PerformanceTest is quite easy – the interface is not complicated, and grouping tests in thematic groups helps to work more easily with the program.
License: Paid (Shareware).
Whats New in PassMark PerformanceTest 10.0 Build 1011
Stopped user interface resizing when 3D tests were running, sometimes during the start of DX10 test a resize message would get sent to PT which would fail and display a “Could not reset the Direct3D device” error
Fixed an issue where a drive tested was bitlocker encrypted then PerformanceTest might not match the partitions to the physical disk and display “Unknown drive”
Fixed a possible crash when viewing graphs
Temperature collection, added support for Intel Tiger Lake chipsets
Temperature collection, initial support for AMD Ryzen 5000 Series (Family 19h) CPU info and temperatures
Temperature collection, support for CPU groups when retrieving per-core temperatures for Intel chipsets
System information, Decreased timeout from 5 seconds to 1 when collection SMART information when waiting for scsi commands to timeout (decrease amount of time spent detecting temp sources and reading smart info when USB drives are attached)