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| Posted: Dec 10, 2004 4:18 pm

- Bench'emAll! version 2.64 RC

Well reknowned and highly useful benchmarking utility "Bench'emAll!" is about to reach a fully updated revision, with a 2.64 release candidate being announced for available downloading as of today. Fixed issues and adjustments can be read below, and you can obtain your copy of the latest 2.64 RC here folks.

 

Head on over to the Bench'emAll forums if you'd like to discuss your benchmarking results and/or any queries you may have.

 

New version of Bench'emAll software is almost ready! It is 2.64 Release Candidate version with minor updates and new games supported. See below for details:

 

- Painkiller supported.
- Half-Life 2 supported. It works with Steam and "offline" version. If you
will get any problems, let me know, please.
- Added a Batch Benchmark mode. You can use in by pressing in menu:
Main->Batch benchmark. In this mode, you can run multiple sequences in
session.

 


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