3DMark is a common software in benchmarking and scoring the hardware power of computer systems. You have probably heard the name of this program in various articles. Using this program, the hardware capacity and power of a system for different games is measured. It is not right to be satisfied with the nominal specifications of the hardware to measure their power, and in real benchmarks using this software, sometimes the real result is something contrary to the nominal specifications of the hardware, so in comparison with hardware systems, using this Programming or other benchmarking programs is essential.
This program puts different parts of the system, including the processor, GPU, RAM, hard drive, etc., under different working and computational pressures, and finally displays the final score of the system. In addition, partial points of different parts are provided with detailed information. In the new versions of this software, the ability to score points for playing 4K 4D games has also been added, by which you can test the power of your system to play this category of games.
One of the interesting features of 3DMark is the ability to compare scores with other systems and tests performed. This comparison is associated both in general and with the separation of different hardware and parameters, which is useful information to conclude about the optimal system of a game. 3D Mark has 8 different benchmarks, each of which is to evaluate part of the system hardware hardware. Also, for more advanced purposes, a command line tool has been provided by which you and scripting will be able to set up an automation system to perform various tests. In this program, it is possible to output test results in XML format. This file will later be used for processing and use in other software. We recommend that you update all system drivers to perform optimal tests and leave the system alone until the end of the benchmarking process.
Read the Readme.txt file in the Crack folder.