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How to Compare the Performance of Two Processors with CPU-Z | Diagnostics and improvements

CPU-Z not only tells you what hardware is installed on your PC, but it also brings other tools such as processor performance analysis. With these measured data, it is also possible to compare the result with other models sold in stores and know which model is best when you do it upgrade on the machine.

When testing the performance of your processor, the application brings two benchmark options: Bench CPU and Stress CPU. The first option is to make a pattern test, as if the CPU were working in normal processing situations. The second option simulates extreme circumstances of use. The free app is available for Windows and Android.

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Step 1. Install the latest version of the CPU-Z program and run it;

Know all your hardware information with the CPU-Z Photo: Reproduo / Pedro CardosoKnow all your hardware information with the CPU-Z Photo: Reproduo / Pedro Cardoso

Know all your hardware information with the CPU-Z Photo: Reproduo / Pedro Cardoso

Step 2. Access the Bench tab;

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Access the "Bench" tab first Photo: Reproduo / Pedro Cardoso

Step 3. Then click on the Bench CPU button and wait for the analysis to finish;

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Click the "Bench CPU" button to start the test Photo: Reproduo / Pedro Cardoso

Step 4. Now, in Reference, choose another processor to compare with yours;

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Now choose the CPU you want to make a comparison Photo: Reproduo / Pedro Cardoso

Step 5. Notice that, in "CPU Single Thread" and "CPU Multi Thread", CPU-Z shows the performance of your processor in relation to other models available on the market. The first indicates the use of only one core, while the second presents the result with all the cores running at the same time.

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Note the performance comparison above Photo: Reproduo / Pedro Cardoso