Futuremark and their parent company UL have just launched a new product called Testdriver. Targeted at hardware reviewers, system analysts, quality-control departments and IT admins, Testdriver promises to make it possible to benchmark and test hundreds of PCs at the same time from a single console. As well as supporting benchmarks from the Futuremark catalogue, it also offers support for integrating third party benchmarks apps.
Benchmarks are essential tools for testing and comparing PC performance. But manually benchmarking more than a few systems at a time quickly becomes time-consuming. And reporting is a challenge if you have to collect result files in person.
Testdriver makes benchmark automation easy. With Testdriver, you don't have to be physically present at the PCs you are testing. You can deploy and run benchmarks on any PC in your organisation from one central control console.
You can schedule benchmark runs, check the running status, and view benchmark results from any device on your network. Testdriver handles the remote installation and running of the benchmarks and automatically returns the results to a central database. With its powerful features and options, Testdriver makes it easy to benchmark hundreds, even thousands of PCs at a time.
You can learn more about Testdriver here on the UL website.