Throughout the following several weeks, we’ll demonstrate how to run a variety of regularly used benchmarks on your computer. These are really useful to reviewers like me when comparing the laptops we evaluate against one another. The good news is that you do not have to depend on us – you can simply perform these benchmarks on your own computer. Geekbench is one of the simplest and most rapid tests to conduct, and it will show you how your device compares to the competition in a few important categories, such as processing speed.
There are many tests in Geekbench 5 (the current edition). Geekbench CPU simulates single-core and multi-core processor use. After the exam, you’ll get a single-core and multi-core score. Contrarily, Geekbench Compute measures GPU performance by simulating tasks like image processing and machine learning. These three ratings might help you identify your device’s strengths and weaknesses.
The Geekbench Browser is a public database where results are automatically posted. You may compare your results to the broader field here.To run Geekbench, your device must match the following criteria:OS X 10.13.5 or later, 2GB RAM, Intel Core 2 Duo or laterWindows 10 (64-bit), 2GB RAM, Intel Pentium 4 or laterIntel Pentium 4 or later, 2GB RAM, Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (64-bit). Android 7.0 or later iOS 12.0 or later How to get Geekbench 5 after checking your device’s eligibility:
Visit Geekbench. Your download should begin as soon as you click the button. If you don’t have a Geekbench licence, you may use the free version to achieve the same results. The free version needs internet access and cannot be used offline. When your test is done, it will immediately send your findings to Geekbench. If you wish to test unreleased gadgets or keep your findings private, you’ll need to acquire a licence.
Sit back and let Geekbench do its thing. Both exams should just take a few minutes to complete. Once finished, your findings will appear. Once you have your findings, you may look them up in the Geekbench database. There are other leaderboards that show the all-time high scores (including some really bonkers machines).