For the coming weeks, we’ll be showing you how to run the standard operating systems used on your PC. Reviewers like me find these very helpful when comparing the laptops we test to each other. But you don’t have to trust us – you can easily run these features yourself on your own PC. Geekbench is one of the simplest and fastest tools to run and show you how your app is up against the competition in certain key areas.
In Geekbench 5 (the latest release), there are a number of different tests that you can run. Geekbench CPU measures the performance of your process, comparing single-core and multi-core user models. When the test is over, you will get a single-core score and a multi-core score. Geekbench Compute, in contrast, evaluates GPU performance, comparing functions such as image uploading, computer literacy, and machine learning. These three numbers can give you an idea of where your game is strong and where your weaknesses are.
Geekbench has a public database called Geekbench Browser, where the results are uploaded. You can check here to see how your results compare with the general field.
Note that when running Geekbench, your app must meet the following requirements:
- Mac users: macOS 10.13.5 or later, at least 2GB of RAM, Intel Core 2 Duo or later
- Windows users: Windows 10 (64-bit) or later, at least 2GB of RAM, Intel Pentium 4 or later
- Linux users: Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (64-bit) or, at least 2GB of RAM, Intel Pentium 4 or later.
- Android users: Android 7.0 or
- iPhone users: iOS 12.0 or later
Once you’ve checked your phone, here’s how to install Geekbench 5:
- Go to the Geekbench website
- Find the appropriate authority for the program you are running
- Your upload should begin when you click the button
- Open the zip file and click on the icon with the glasses and a blue / green image
- If you have a license, please enter it when required to do so – if not, click here After that run free power
- Select the test you want to run on the left. Kaomi Navigate to the navigation bar
Make sure your device is connected to the device, has more controls and pause settings, and no other programs are running before you start the test.
If you have not purchased a Geekbench license, you can run the free version of Geekbench and get the same results. However, free control requires a network connection and cannot run externally. It will easily upload your test results to the Geekbench software when you have finished your test. This means that if you are a reviewer trying out unreleased software, or you want your results to be published, you will need to purchase a license.
Geekbench will take it from here – sit back and watch the test run. Both experiments are very fast and only take a few minutes to run. Your results will come when it is over.
Once you have your results, please dive into the Geekbench database for the test you ran to see how it works. There are some guides where you can see the highest scores of all time (including some real bonkers).