Evaluate CPU and memory performance
Geekbench 4 is benchmarking software designed to test CPU, GPU, and memory performance through various computer tests. The score is calibrated to a base score of 4000 (which corresponds to the score of an Intel Core i7-6600U at 2.60 GHz). The detailed results are uploaded to the Geekbench website and presented as a web page.
- The good
- Simple and easy to use UI.
- Comprehensive tests to determine PC performance.
- The bad
- Some features are not available in the trial version.
- Does not run offline in the trial version.
Geekbench 4 workload types
Benchmarking tests or workloads are divided into two main types, one is for the CPU and memory, the other is for the GPU.
CPU Benchmark scores are used to evaluate and optimize CPU and memory performance using workloads that include artificial intelligence, data compression, image processing, and physics simulation. Performance on these workloads is important for a wide variety of applications including web browsers, image editors, and developer tools.
Geekbench 4 groups CPU workloads into two sections:
- Single-Core Workloads.
- Multi-Core Workloads.
Each section is grouped into four subsections:
- Cryptography Workloads, with 5% weight of the final score.
- Integer Workloads, with 45% weight of the final score.
- Floating-Point Workloads, with 30% weight of the final score.
- Memory Workloads, with 20% weight of the final score.
Geekbench inserts a pause (or gap) between each workload to minimize the effect thermal issues have on workload performance. Without this gap, workloads that appear later in the benchmark would have lower scores than workloads that appear earlier in the benchmark.
The default gap is 2 seconds for both single-core and multi-core workloads.
Compute Benchmark scores are used to evaluate and optimize GPU Compute performance using workloads that include image processing, computational photography, computer vision, and machine learning. Performance in these workloads is important for a wide variety of applications including cameras, image editors, and real-time renderers.
To run the Windows version of Geekbench your system needs to have:
- Windows 7 or later.
- Intel Pentium 4 or later.
- 2GB of RAM or more.
- Simple and easy to use UI.
- A complete set of tests to benchmark the entire system.
- Used by major tech companies such as AMD, ARM, Microsoft and many more.
- Allows the user to easily share the results with others to compare systems.
- Cross-platform software, Geekbench works on Windows, Linux, Mac, iOS, and Android.
Download Geekbench the benchmarking software
Download Geekbench 4 benchmarking software by clicking the download button on this page. To get the latest version of Geekbench 4 via Downzen, all you have to do is click the download button.
- Last update2019-11-05
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