Viewing unseen 3D Benchmarks in Windows Vista

Viewing unseen 3D Benchmarks in Windows Vista

How to Fix Viewing unseen 3D Benchmarks in Windows Vista

Tech Advice 1

 Viewing unseen 3D benchmarks is not a really useful tip but only forms a part of attraction.
 Windows Vista has an inbuilt benchmarking utility that checks your system performance.
 This process is termed as “Assessment Tool” in Windows Vista. You can also open this utility from command prompt.
 Remember to have administrator rights for performing this operation.

Also, your AERO feature will be temporarily disabled while this test is being performed.

 .winsat d3d -texshader -totalobj 15
 winsat d3d -objs C(20) -texshader -totalobj 50
 winsat d3d -totalobj 20 -objs C(20) -totaltex 10 -texpobj C(1) -alushader -noalpha -v -time 10
 winsat d3d -totalobj 20 -objs C(20) -totaltex 10 -texpobj C(10) -alushader -v -time 10

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