Geekbench, one of the major hardware benchmarking software, has recently been launched Various updates to support new hardware and machine learning has unveiled In this regard, Primate Labs, the developer of this software, has stated that the new version of Geekbench 6 will be released with a focus on machine learning and how to share the workload of different processing cores.
In the machine learning section, Geekbench is supposed to better test CPU capabilities by supporting machine learning in the software. In this regard, the Primate Labs press release has acknowledged that the new version uses a better framework with more accurate measurement criteria, and machine learning support and even improved GPU testing performance on different platforms have also been implemented in the new versions.
In the multi-core benchmark, the new software tests can realistically place the processing workloads on the CPU cores, as it happens in normal processes. Geekbench has already added support for testing the performance of each individual core. The software developer also announced that the new version is going to support higher quality images similar to what is supported in real smartphone lenses today.
Primate Labs also stated that with the new Geekbench update, the ray tracing, horizon detection and navigation tests will also be updated. Geekbench 6 is also going to be available at a higher price, but all non-commercial use of the software is free. However, the Pro version will be available at launch for $99.
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