Geekbench offer new GPU Compute benchmarks
Version 4 main change is that it no longer needs to make compromises to run well on mobile devices, thanks to technological advances seen in recent years.
Geekbench 3 was released when 32-bit devices with 512MB RAM
today average mobile’s specs (64-bit CPU, 2GB RAM) compare more favorably with modern day desktops.
As part of the change, Geekbench 4 merges previously separate mobile – desktop datasets, and introduces a number of new and updated workloads its term for benchmarks.
The latest CPU workloads are larger , designed to be more stressful, modeling real-world applications – tasks. New GPU Compute workloads reflect the greater use of computer GPU for process – calculate to reduce load on the CPU.
Geekbench 4.0 is available now as free function limited trial for Windows – Mac – Linux.
Stress tests and 64-bit benchmarks are not available in tryout version -while results can only be displayed in user’s web browser.
full version can be purchased with single-user prices coming in at $9.99 (single-platform license) or $14.99 (multi-platform).