Benchmark

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A benchmark is a standard, or set of standards, that a product can have to show a level of quality.[1] It can also be a test that a person makes a product like a computer do to see how good it can do a task, or set of tasks. Some computer benchmarks are to test the CPU[2] or the GPU. People use benchmarks to see if their computer can run some kinds of software or games. People also use benchmarks to see if one piece of hardware is better than another.

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  1. "What is a benchmark?". Business Dictionary. Retrieved 11 February 2016.
  2. "Best CPU behcnmark". PC Gamer. Retrieved 11 February 2016.