The recently updated Catzilla benchmark is now supported on HWBOT. As well as adding a bunch of optimizations and a couple of new features, the most important change was the addition of a 4K resolution test. The new 3840 x 2160 resolution settings is designed to push high-end cards in way that mimics 3D gaming titles, many of which are being played on 4K resolution screens.
As well as adding 4K support, the new updated version of Catzilla sees the scoring system also get a facelift, now incorporating a more simplified score and frame-rate graphics that makes it easier to understand your systems performance. The information displayed includes FPS, GPU and CPU clocks, plus temperatures. As well as a score, your system will either be deemed a Kitty, Cat, Tiger of Catzilla.
With Catzilla 4K you are also getting an ‘upgrade recommendation system’ where results gathered in the Catzilla database allows the app to tell you which components should be replaced to increase your Catzilla score and therefore your performance. The idea is that it informs you whether or not your PC meets the minimum requirements for specific gaming titles.