Russian language English language MAIN PAGE BENCHMARK RESULTS DOWNLOAD LINKS MASS-MEDIA v1.13 is a free software to benchmark latest videocards and processors by real world games like Aliens vs. Predator DX11, Dirt 2, Crysis, Crysis Warhead (full version), Far Cry 2 (full version), Call Of Duty 2, Battlefield 2, Serious Sam 2, Call Of Juarez (full version), Unreal Tournament 3, Quake 4, Prey, The Chronicles of Riddick: EFBB and Enemy Territory: Quake Wars. Just download demo versions of these games for free and click one general button in After benchmark process you are receiving quality performance results in AvgFPS (average number of frames per second) for your PC components like GPU, CPU, RAM and Mainboard.
Also includes test module CPU for testing multithread performance of latest processors. Tasks selected by CPU are distinguished for very intensive CPU usage with minimal load of other system components (like RAM). CPU tests include Serious Sam 2 and WinRAR scripts that are common tasks for PC usage. CPU runs the Game Process and the File Compression at the same time, using multithread option. Also you can specify the number of active threads for compression algorithm. If it is more than one, archiver uses multithread version of compression algorithm, providing higher speed on multicore CPU architectures. is created by Alex Nab. You can use and publish benchmark results for free, but don't forget to support the project by a link to Thanks for your interest, and if you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us - email v1.10

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Software - instructions that tell a computer what to do. Software comprises the entire set of programs, procedures, and routines associated with the operation of a computer system. The term was coined to differentiate these instructions from hardware—i.e., the physical components of a computer system. A set of instructions that directs a computer’s hardware to perform a task is called a program, or software program..
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Computer program - detailed plan or procedure for solving a problem with a computer; more specifically, an unambiguous, ordered sequence of computational instructions necessary to achieve such a solution. The distinction between computer programs and equipment is often made by referring to the former as software and the latter as hardware..
Ñomputer programming language - any of various languages for expressing a set of detailed instructions for a digital computer. Such instructions can be executed directly when they are in the computer manufacturer-specific numerical form known as machine language, after a simple substitution process when expressed in a corresponding assembly language, or after translation from some “higher-level” language. Although there are over 2,000 computer languages, relatively few are widely used..
Application program - system software controls a computer’s internal functioning, chiefly through an operating system (q.v.), and also controls such peripherals as monitors, printers, and storage devices. Application software, by contrast, directs the computer to execute commands given by the user and may be said to include any program that processes data for a user. Application software thus includes..

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