Superseed Torrent

did, and the test proceeded with a series of pop-ups showing green progress bars. superseed torrent started with our CPU, testing floating point operations, integer operations, and MD5 hash generation, and moving on to RAM, 3D graphics, hard drive read and write, and other tests. The graphics test opened a video window on our desktop. When the testing finished, superseed torrent displayed the results in a tab. It displayed the test date and time, our OS, CPU, and GPU information, and test results with scores. Clicking Compare These Results Online opened a Web page displaying our test data with the ability to create a free account for posting and sharing our results in the user community. We could save our results locally, of course. Rerunning the test opened each new set of unsaved results in a new tab, or we could open saved results for comparison. The Tests menu let us run individual tests, run the system tests without the graphics test, and other options, including a link to an Internet bandwidth speed tool and a basic but effective system information tree view. superseed torrent's tests complete quickly. Its tests are the same for every system since it's a benchmarking tool that collects data that can be compared to other users' systems. It's not a stress and stability tester like Prime95 or OCCT, and it can't hurt