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Catzilla

Catzilla 4K Benchmark

Can I run a game ?

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 PC's 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 Catzilla 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. Following Catzilla simple 500 MB download, a PC hardware is tested with an epic video of two battling Catzillas. The video, with advanced HD graphics, fiery particle effects and explosive scenes, serves as an entertaining animated short as well as the basis for the comprehensive benchmark test. Platige Image the award-winning studio behind graphics seen in several video games, commercials, animations and films, including The Witcher and Cyberpunk 2077 – created the artwork in the Catzilla video. After the test, which takes just a few minutes, Catzilla provides instant benchmark results, and hardware and software recommendations. With just one click, users can tweak their PC settings for more "oomph". This includes installing the latest drivers, setting the appropriate amount of cache, increasing free disk space, and changing the color depth and resolution. Catzilla also can recommend the latest hardware that can increase performance.

What's new:

  • Correct detection of the latest graphics cards and processors
  • Improved DDR4 support
  • Many more games for "Check Game" option 

Application:

  • Titan GPU is now supported!

Webpage:

  • added graphs for temperature and clocks of CPU and GPU during benchmark execution

Webpage:

  • 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)

Application:

  • 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

 


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>Can I run a game:
Mass Effect: Andromeda

>Can I run a game: Halo 3

>Can I run a game:
F1 2020

> Can I run a game: Persona 4 Golden

> Can I run a game:
Besiege ?

> Can I run a game: Call of Duty: Warzone ?

>Can I run a game:
Doom Eternal

About program

> ALLbenchmark Catzilla

> Check game

> Certificates

> Recommendation

> Manual

> Catzilla STEAM

 

 

On this list you'll find the best PC games we're playing right now—recent singleplayer hits, thriving esports, and a few modern classics that would improve any library. We'll continue to update this list as new games release, removing older favorites and replacing them with our latest obsessions. Rather than an ever-expanding list that reaches deep into the past, we're shooting for a practical answer to the question: 'What new PC game should I get?'

If you're looking for a more comprehensive list which includes our favorite games from the past few decades, check out our yearly Top 100 list or our list of the most important PC games. For an up-to-date look at upcoming games, we've assembled the new games of 2020. For free options, check out the best free games on Steam and best free browser games.

Need a new system to play these games on? You can build an entry-level gaming PC for around $750, or our recommended mid-range PC for $1,000. If you want something that works out of the box, we also recommend some pre-built PCs.
2020 games we recommend

Death Stranding (85%): Hideo Kojima and team deliver brilliant, bizarre adventure.

F1 2020 (88%): The latest from one of our favorite racing series.

Halo 3 (87%): The most important release in the Master Chief Collection.

Persona 4 Golden (87%): The JRPG classic, now on PC.

Valorant (90%): The year's best new competitive game.

Monster Train (77%): Slay the Spire players will enjoy this hellish card game.

Doom Eternal (94%): High-tempo demon slaying. You'll sweat.

Half-Life: Alyx (92%): Valve's first big VR game, and it's great.

Super Mega Baseball 3 (90%): The best baseball game on PC.

Halo: Combat Evolved (85%): It's Halo, but fancier.

Besiege (85%): Build ridiculous siege machines.

SnowRunner (83%): Master mud and snow in rugged vehicles.

Gears Tactics (83%): Gears actually works great as a tactics game.

Call of Duty: Warzone (82%): Tired of all the other battle royale games?

Ori and the Will of the Wisps (81%): Much bigger, still gorgeous.

Cloudpunk (80%): Fly around a neon metropolis.

We rarely score games 90% and above, but four games have joined that exclusive club so far this year: Doom Eternal, Half-Life: Alyx, Super Mega Baseball 3, and Riot's new competitive FPS, Valorant.

Meanwhile, Call of Duty has gone battle royale again with Warzone, but this time free-to-play, and it's worth a spin. Ori and the Will of the Wisps is as gorgeous as its predecessor, and much bigger. And the Master Chief Collection continues to grow, although the bugs in Halo 2 have been a bit of a letdown.

If you're in the mood for tactics, both Gears Tactics and XCOM: Chimera Squad are worth a play, with Gears surprisingly being the more interesting of them, even though it's a spin-off of a series about meatheads with chainsaws. See our reviews section for more recent recommendations.

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Can I run? Test NEW games!

Another unique feature is to test the computer to answer the question: "if this game will run on my PC?" To test your computer for its performance in relation to the game, or so to speak, if your game can run smoothly on your computer, select from the list the game and run the test.

The minimum requirements of the game are compared with your computer components during the test, and in this way you'll get an answer, whether the game will run on your computer. Games will also be certified with badges just like computer components and computers. It will help you to decide on purchasing a game and enhance your experience of the purchase. After testing the computer you'll obtain a badge indicating the power of your computer:

Certificates.

After testing the computer one of the four tests:576p, 720p, 1080p, 1440p (the name comes from the tests resolution, but tests also differ in other parameters like anti-aliasing, post processing or shadow maps) you obtain, as in other programs of this type, not only digital result, but also what is new, a badge indicating the power of computer:

Each badge can have one, two or three stars so we can get total 12 levels of computer power . Graphic marking is crucial for people who do not know technical nuances, but who want to compare their results with other users.
Badges will eventually systematise PC and games market. Ultimately, we gonna to introduce a standard, so when you see the sticker on the game box, you don't have to look for the hardware requirements or to know parameters of your PC.

It will be a great help for users, because most of them do not know their computer parameters and where the information can be found. Seeing on the game box "minimum requirements: GeForce GTX 650" you don't need to know if yourgraphic card e.g. "GeForce GT650M" is sufficient for a smooth running game or it isn't. With our badges you will know that having computer, for example, with Tiger one star you cannot run the game marked higher badge (e.g. Catzilla), but you can run all the games with a lower badge (e.g. Cat). The same badges (certificates) we want to introduce working with the manufacturers of computer components and computers. You will not have to be familiar with graphics cards to choose a good one - just take the graphic marked Catzilla, which for sure is high-performance graphics.

> About Catzilla

> What's new?

> Beginning

> Changes

> Interface

 

Recommendations

fter the computer test, in addition to the obtained result, we perform the recommendation system. Recommendations for software has to solve the most common problems by e.g. installing latest drivers, setting the appropriate amount of cache, increase free disk space, change color depth, resolution etc. The program finds these fundamental issues and proposes solution.

Another type is a hardware recommendations Catzilla on the basis of the users' results proposes replacement of computer components to speed up computer performance. You get information that replacing a component (such as a graphics card) to the better one, quoted in the statement, you'll get result growth in the test. In addition, you'll get the price of a component on eBay. Ultimately, we gonna give you not only the price and the value of which the result will be improved, but also you 'll get redirection to the nearest service point where you will be able to buy and replace that part.

How does it work? Imagine that X has the same computer as yours, except that it has a better graphics card. You performing a test get reliable information, that having the same computer as X, and replacing the graphic card to the same as his, you'll get the same increase in performance. Of course, the number of suggestions/recommendations depends on how many people perform our test. The more tests is done, the more we'ill have recommendations for new users. If it happens that at the moment we do not have a recommendation for you, please check even after a week again, because our test database is growing every day by thousands of new computers.