Catzilla Benchmark Download 1.1 Final
Here you can download Catzilla, the beta version of the benchmark. It’s being produced in collaboration with Polish post production company, Plastige, who worked on that Witcher 2 Enhanced Edition intro video.Catzilla is a cross-API benchmark designed for OpenGL 4.0 and DirectX 9 or 11, and the Windows platform (64-bit and 32-bit Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8).
Finding the optimal performance for a PCâs CPU and graphics card just became quicker, more nimble and more entertaining than ever before with the official release of Catzilla, an optimization test developed by three hardcore gamers. Catzilla software tests and compares a computers capabilities based on benchmark CPU and GPU performance, which is critical in video games and other applications with advanced graphics, using a battle scene between rival â€œCatzillaâ€ monsters. From ALLBenchmark, Catzilla is an all-inclusive program that provides benchmark scores, and software and hardware recommendations based on the test results in order to keep PCs running at their optimum condition
- correct detection of the latest graphics cards
- possibility of making a test for older drivers
- multithreading for NVIDIA drivers from 301.42
Update, the official Catzilla installer tries to include an AVG package on your PC. Make sure to unflag it during installation.
Titan GPU is now supported!
- added graphs for temperature and clocks of CPU and GPU during benchmark execution
- Free version lets user to submit only last score
- statistics improvements
- the user can now choose between archived results to be seen on Leaderboards (advanced version only)
- the user can now load results that were previously stored on disc (advanced version only)
- information about 4 HDD drives is now sent to the server (previously only two)
- disk size is now displayed in a way that venders do
- fixed installer for WinXP 64bit
- fixed installer for Windows Vista SP2
- the user can now save results to HDD drive (advanced version only)
- overclocked CPU clock should be properly sent to server
A Video of the benchmark: