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Testing the UCBench 2011 CPU benchmark. Instructions:
1. Go to http://anrieff.net/ucbench2011/download.php and get a build for your OS (Windows only).
2. Extract the .ZIP file somewhere and run the launcher.
3. There you should fill in your "username" (e.g. the your nick from the forum) and motherboard model. The program automatically detects CPU type and speed, but you can override its guesses if you find they are incorrect . You also can append more info in the large box (e.g. the full PC specs).
4. Hit "Run". The test takes a minute or two. As always, it’s best to turn off any powersaving features. Same for turbo modes, etc. CPU speed should be constant throughout the test.
5. When ready, the test generates a file like report_XXX_X.txt in the directory where the launcher resides. To upload it to the result database, use the following link: http://anrieff.net/ucbench2011/upload.php.
- UCBench 2011 (beta) is closed since 31 July 2011.
- This competition is between Members.
This competition is closed. You can no longer join.
This competition was open to everyone.
- Discuss the competition at the HWBOT forum (45 comments)
- or you can read more about it on hwbot.org.
- UCBench 2011 (Beta) (hard-h2o.com)
- UCBench.2011 beta-testing competition (below0.co.za)