Primate Labs presenta GeekBench 5, deja caer el soporte de 32 bits



Primate Labs, developers of the ubiquitous benchmarking application GeekBench, have announced the release of version 5 of the software. The new version brings numerous changes, and one of the most important (since if affects compatibility) is that it will only be distributed in a 64-bit version. Some under the hood changes include additions to the CPU benchmark tests (including machine learning, augmented reality, and computational photography) as well as increases in the memory footprint for tests so as to better gauge impacts of your memory subsystem on your system's performance. Also introduced are different threading models for CPU benchmarking, allowing for changes in workload attribution and the corresponding impact on CPU performance.

En el lado de la informática, GeekBench 5 ahora es compatible con la API de Vulkan, que se une a CUDA, Metal y OpenCL. El procesamiento acelerado por GPU para tareas de visión por computadora como Stereo Matching y tareas de realidad aumentada como Feature Matching también están disponibles. Para los usuarios de iOS, ahora hay un modo oscuro para la interfaz de resultados. GeekBench 5 ya está disponible, 50% de descuento, en la tienda de Primate Labs.
Source: GeekBench