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Heaven Benchmark is a GPU-intensive benchmark that hammers graphics cards to the limits. This powerful tool can be effectively used to determine the stability of a GPU under extremely stressful conditions, as well as check the cooling system's potential under maximum heat output.
The benchmark immerses a user into a magical steampunk world of shiny brass, wood and gears. Nested on flying islands, a tiny village with its cozy, sun-heated cobblestone streets, and a majestic dragon on the central square gives a true sense of adventure. An interactive experience with fly-by and walk-through modes allows for exploring all corners of this world powered by the cutting-edge UNIGINE Engine that leverages the most advanced capabilities of graphics APIs and turns this bench into a visual masterpiece.
You can now download Heaven Benchmark 4.0 which is a DirectX 11 GPU benchmark based on advanced Unigine engine from Unigine Corp. It reveals the enchanting magic of floating islands with a tiny village hidden in the cloudy skies.
Heaven Benchmark with its current version 4.0 is a GPU-intensive benchmark that hammers graphics cards to the limits. This powerful tool can be effectively used to determine the stability of a GPU under extremely stressful conditions, as well as check the cooling system's potential under maximum heat output. It provides completely unbiased results and generates true in-game rendering workloads across all platforms, such as Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.
Heaven Benchmark immerses a user into a magical steampunk world of shiny brass, wood and gears. Nested on flying islands, a tiny village with its cozy, sun-heated cobblestone streets, an elaborately crafted dirigible above the expanse of fluffy clouds, and a majestic dragon on the central square gives a true sense of adventure. An interactive experience with fly-by and walk-through modes allows for exploring all corners of this world powered by the cutting-edge UNIGINE Engine that leverages the most advanced capabilities of graphics APIs and turns this benchmark into a visual masterpiece.
The distinguishing feature of the benchmark is hardware tessellation, a scalable technology aimed for automatic subdivision of polygons into smaller and finer pieces, so that games gain drastically detailed and more elaborated look almost free of charge in terms of performance.There are three tessellation modes available in this version of the benchmark:Moderate ModeThis mode is targeted to provide reasonable performance on a wide range of DX11 hardware.Normal ModeDefault mode available in the benchmark shows optimal quality-to-performance ratio. That's the way to achieve prominent visual difference with hardware tessellation technology.Extreme ModeIt is designed to meet the perspectives of the next series of DX11-capable hardware pushing up the tessellation level to the extreme in the next 1-2 years.
The Heaven DX11 Benchmark 4.0 installer file is quite large at 247MB in size. After installation, running Heaven Benchmark 4.0 will open up a window allowing you to select some of the options such as DirectX versions (from DX9 to DX11 including OpenGL), Tesselation level, shaders level, Stereo 3D, resolution and etc, to use in the benchmark.
Cinebench is a real-world benchmark that evaluates your computer's hardware capabilities. For over a decade, Cinebench has been a popular tool to evaluate hardware performance and we use it extensively to test the latest CPUs on TechSpot reviews. Cinebench scores are used by computer owners to evaluate their systems, journalists to review hardware, hardware makers to optimize their products, and system administrators to make purchase decisions.
Anyone who needs to evaluate hardware performance should add Maxon Cinebench to the test tool arsenal.System administrators can use Cinebench to help make purchase decisions, journalists can use the results in reviewing hardware, hardware manufacturers may utilize the feedback in optimizing their latest products. Any computer owner can evaluate his or her individual system. Unlike abstract benchmarks, which only test specific functions of CPUs or GPUs, Cinebench offers a real-world benchmark that incorporates a user's common tasks within CINEMA 4D to measure a system's performance. For those who have to do a serious amount of testing Cinebench also provides a command line option, allowing users to run automated test procedures.
Note: Test results can vary slightly because it's impossible to disable every background task of the operating system. These tasks are one factor that may have a slight influence on measurements. Also, modern computers and graphics cards dynamically adjust clock speeds based on environmental conditions like power and temperature. For instance, processors will reduce clock speed when running too hot to allow for cooling and prevent damage. With many modern processors, the reverse is also true. They are able to overclock themselves when the temperature is low enough. Therefore, a system freshly started in a relatively cool environment will typically run faster than the same system that has been performing benchmarks for several hours in a heated office.
Cinebench R23 is the most recent release of the benchmark, but Cinebench R20 is still widely used for testing, you can choose and download that by choosing the appropriate version in the download options menu. We also host Cinebench R15 for Windows and Mac for the same reasons.
Across the benchmarks, the MSI Radeon RX 6600 XT Gaming X 8G boosted with a maximum 2604 MHz GPU and 2000 MHz RAM clock. Temperatures reached a maximum of 56C GPU and 82C hotspot respectively with very tolerable fan noise. You would definitely hear the card during gaming, but rather leisurely and not annoying.
The power consumption increases to only 150W, but this is due to the only very low (because locked by BIOS) power limit addition of 4%. This will also be responsible for the fact that the GPU clock could not reach the maximum value set by us across all benchmarks.
The HP Chromebook x360 14's build quality is good. The underside is plastic, but the outer shell of the display and the keyboard deck are metal. It doesn't easily pick up fingerprints, nor does it scratch easily from nails, and although the display flexes a bit, it feels solid as a whole. Unfortunately, the feet aren't great and crack easily with normal use.
The HP Chromebook x360 14 equipped with the dual-core Intel Celeron N4500 performs poorly overall in the Geekbench 5 benchmark. This is expected of a power-efficient CPU with poor single-thread and awful multi-thread performance. You'll likely only be able to run a few applications simultaneously before the laptop begins to stutter, and web browsers will hang if many tabs are open. The quad-core Intel Pentium Silver N6000 will run threaded applications faster and result in a smoother multitasking experience thanks to its two extra physical cores, but both CPUs are still only suited for light productivity tasks and video playback.
Note: Blender couldn't detect a named CPU in the dropdown menu for benchmarking, as shown here, although this didn't interfere with our benchmarks. We aren't certain whether a similar issue would occur on variants with different CPUs.
We can't test the typical gaming performance of the Intel Celeron N4500 variant of the HP Chromebook x360 14 using the Basemark GPU benchmark. The application consistently crashes even after multiple restarts and when using older or newer versions. However, we expect it to perform slightly better than the Intel Celeron N4020 found in the HP Chromebook x360 12 (2021) when gaming, meaning it can run most games from the Google Play Store except graphically demanding ones.
Note: Because we can't run the Basemark GPU benchmark, the result isn't comparable with other laptops we've tested. Instead, we used the \"Pirate Ship Benchmark\" app, which works similarly to the UNIGINE Heaven benchmark we use when testing Windows and macOS laptops. Since we arrived at a value of 2.9 hours, we expect the battery to last about 3 hours when gaming.
3DMark has been a staple benchmark for years now, all the way back to when The Matrix was released and Futuremark had bullet time inspired benchmarks. 3DMark is the perfect tool to see if your system - most important, your CPU and GPU - is performing as it should. You can search results for your GPU, to see if it falls in line with other systems based on similar hardware.
Heaven is an intensive GPU benchmark that really pushes your silicon to its limits. It's another favorite of ours as it has some great scaling for multi-GPU testing, and it's great for getting your GPU to 100% for power and noise testing.
Assassin's Creed: Valhalla is the latest game to be inserted into our benchmark suite, with Ubisoft Montreal using its AnvilNext engine to power the game. It scales really well across the cards, and has some surprising performance benefits with AMD's new Big Navi GPUs.
Shadow of the Tomb Raider is one of the latest games to join our graphics card benchmark lineup, with the game built using the Foundation engine as a base, the same engine in Rise of the Tomb Raider. Eidos Montreal R&D department made lots of changes to the engine during the development of Shadow of the Tomb Raider to make it one of the best-looking games out right now. 1e1e36bf2d