SMBios infoIf your computer supports the SMBios BurnBench can display info from the SMBios. Most computers that are build after 1999 would have a SMBios. Currently BurnBench does not have a kernel-mode driver and this means that BurnBench needs to use WScript and WMI in order to get access to the SMBios data. If your system does not support these features the SMBios tab will not be displayed.
CPUID InfoBurnBench displays all information that can be extracted from your processor with the "CPUID" instruction. This includes features like clock-speed, cache sizes, processor type, family, model, stepping, features and so on. Processors produced after 1991 would all support the CPUID-instruction.
Burn-inIf you need a burn-in function that can be used for stability-testing of your computer you can use BurnBench for this. The burn-in function can be configured to deliver the most optimal burn-in for your system.
BenchmarkBurnBench can perform a variety of benchmarks including CPU, FPU, memory and compression. Please read the documentation for details about the individual benchmarks. BurnBench stores your best benchmark-scores in order to display if the score has improved or not. Usefull for the competitive overclocker.
Benchmark verificationTo make sure that no one cheats with the benchmark-scores BurnBench creates a checksum for the scores. This checksum can then be verified with BurnBench. » View screenshots of BurnBench
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