benchmark test

benchmark test

[′bench‚märk ‚test]
(computer science)
A test of computer software or hardware that is generally run on a number of products to compare their performance.
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To achieve it, they add a code into their device that can automatically sprint into action when a benchmark test from a popular benchmarking app is carried out on the device.
This particular benchmark test represents a breakthrough," said an industry analyst for Forrester Research who tracks the benchmark race among computer makers.
In a record-breaking benchmark test, the Unisys ES7000 has reached 7.
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AnandTech team discovered in the previous year that Samsung made a trick to make the octa-core Exynos variant of Galaxy S4 boost during benchmark test to get the best score.
At the end of the fifth week, students have a benchmark test that helps determine how well students mastered concepts and standards in the five weeks prior.
A benchmark test of Samsung's Galaxy S3 (http://crave.
The 'Top500' rankings are based on Linpack, a standard benchmark test designed to compare the processor (CPU) performance of many types of computer systems.
2004) benchmark test performed by Dell Labs in October 2006 on a PowerEdge 6800 configured with 4GB DDR2 RAM, four 3.
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For the metro Ethernet network (KORNET) bid process, KT developed a competitive benchmark test that included thorough testing of IP routing, forwarding performance, quality of service, security and denial of service prevention.