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Test your PC And Find Out Its Real Speed With Auslogics Benchtown

Want to know the real speed of your computer? Or troubleshoot your system for performance-related issues? Here is a handy benchmarking tool called ‘Auslogics Benchtown’ that performs a series of tests on your computer and gives you a score based on the performance of your computer.

This tool is lightweight and fast and tests CPU, RAM, HDD, 2D Graphics, and 3D Gaming Graphics to measure your computer’s performance.

You can use the test result to compare with thousands of others users of this tool (required registration), discuss your PC's configuration, find out which hardware you need to upgrade and resolve the issues that may be affecting your system's speed.

Auslogics Benchtown can be used for the following purposes: If you are planning to upgrade your hardware, planning to upgrade your OS and if you want to troubleshoot your system for performance-related issues.

Auslogics Benchtown (beta) can be downloaded free at source here


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