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fortuitous

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hi there, i was wondering if there is a test to run to see how quick my computer actally is in real terms. ive seen that a lot of comparisons are done by running a demo in cettain games i think, but i dont have a clue how to do any of this, and what the results would mean, could someone please explain how to do this. also i am thinking of getting a new graphics card and some ram, so ide like to be able to compare the figures of b4 and after the upgrade. many many thanks bob
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hi there,

i was wondering if there is a test to run to see how quick my computer actally is in real terms. ive seen that a lot of comparisons are done by running a demo in cettain games i think, but i dont have a clue how to do any of this, and what the results would mean, could someone please explain how to do this. also i am thinking of getting a new graphics card and some ram, so ide like to be able to compare the figures of b4 and after the upgrade.

many many thanks bob
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http://www.futuremark.com/download/

That program tests all your components and gives you a score, and tells you how your computer is doing comparing to all teh people tha tran it.
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You might try some of these if its that important to you.

http://www.active-ha.../benchmarks.htm

Personally i find most of this a waste of time unless you are looking for a problem area in a computer that should be fast but is not.

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