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Indigo Bench icon A benchmark application for CPUs and GPUs, which enables you to put your graphics card and your processor to a test and compare results to others

Benchmarking applications are designed to test the capabilities of a computer and comparing various performance metrics either to the industry best or other similar systems. Although they can target various system configuration and allow extensive configurations, most target the graphics card or the processor. This is also the case of Indigo Bench.

If you want to assess the potential of your computer's GPU and CPU, then Indigo Bench is one option you can choose. Relying on Indigo's rendering engine, the benchmark can render complex, high-quality graphics to evaluate the performance of the local system.

Renders two high-quality images to assess the PC's performance

The CPU type and its manufacturer and model are detected by Indigo Bench automatically and displayed within its main window. There is nothing else to do but select the target processor and start the benchmarking.

Indigo Bench renders two different high-resolution images, one displaying a bedroom, and the other, a super car. As the rendering is taking place, Indigo Bench enables you to see its progress (in seconds) and see how the rendering speed, displayed in number of samples per second, is updated.

The rendering process should not take too long, but it all depends on the capabilities of your computer to show the image and the processing power of your processor.

Once the benchmarking is completed, Indigo Bench enables you to copy the results to the clipboard, or submit them online to compare them with the results of other users having the same system configuration.

A standalone benchmarking tool for processors and GPUs

Indigo Bench can act as a measurement tool for the performance of modern graphics cards and processors. It is compatible with the hardware of well-known manufacturers, including NVIDIA, AMD, and Intel and it is worth a try, especially since it comes with no price tag.

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Indigo Bench was reviewed by Mihaela Teodorovici
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