Auslogics Benchtown offers you an overview of the overall performance of your computer. With the help of this benchmarking tool, you can easily find out what components are not working properly and find out which ones require an upgrade to improve the system response.
The application includes a set of tests that contribute to determining the performance of the CPU, the RAM memory, the hard disk, as well as your computer's capacity of supporting 2D and 3D graphic rendering.
The system analysis and scanning process takes a fair amount of time (during our tests, with all the options enabled, the procedure took about 3 minutes to complete) and at the end of this procedure a report is presented to you within the main window, comprising the overall rating, along with the scores for each topic.
Optionally, you can remove some of the subsystems to analyze and choose the hard drive to include in the test, that is if your computer is equipped with more than one.
Auslogics Benchtown includes a section where detailed information about the system configuration is displayed. You can revise the PC name, workgroup and domain, the installed operating system, as well as data concerning the hardware components and their technical specifications (CPU, motherboard, GPU, memory, hard disk, CD/DVD-ROM, network adapter and more).
Auslogics Benchtown is intended to assess the capabilities of each hardware component, offering you a starting point in troubleshooting the system or improving its speed. Unfortunately, the application triggered an error each time we tried to submit the results for comparison with other systems with similar configuration and therefore, the ratings it generates can only be evaluated by searching online for details on their significance.