Alternatives to Geekbench for all platforms with any license

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  • AIDA64 icon

    AIDA64

    AIDA64 offers a complete set of tools to benchmark, overclock, monitor, fine-tune, and troubleshoot Windows based desktop and mobile computers. .

    Commercial Windows Android iPhone Windows RT Android Tablet ... Windows Phone iPad Tizen OS

  • Cinebench icon

    Cinebench

    CINEBENCH is a real-world test suite that evaluates your computer's performance capabilities. It's the perfect tool to compare CPU and graphics performance...

    Free Mac Windows

  • UserBenchMark icon

    UserBenchMark

    Still hankering for the day that you pulled your new PC out of the box, plugged it in and it just worked? UserBenchmark is a free all-in-one benchmarking application....

    Free Windows

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    AnTuTu Benchmark

    AnTuTu Benchmark is a free benchmarking app that helps users delve deeper into their Android devices through hard numbers and solid facts. Benchmarks include: User...

    Free Windows Android iPhone Android Tablet Windows Phone

  • Novabench icon

    Novabench

    Novabench a popular benchmark test for Windows and macOS. Quickly measure your computer's parts, and compare your results online to optimize performance or fix...

    Free Mac Windows

  • Phoronix Test Suite icon

    Phoronix Test Suite

    Phoronix Test Suite is a free, open-source benchmark software for Linux and other operating systems developed by Phoronix Media with cooperation from an undisclosed...

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux BSD

  • PerformanceTest icon

    PerformanceTest

    PassMark PerformanceTest benchmarks the speed of your PC computer hardware, then compares the result to other machines. Includes disk, 3D and CPU tests. Fast, easy...

    Commercial Windows

  • PCMark icon

    PCMark

    PCMark is an industry standard benchmark for Windows PCs and Android devices. The free version includes a number of benchmark tests covering home use, office use and...

    Freemium Windows Android Android Tablet

  • GFX Bench icon

    GFX Bench

    The first benchmark to test your device with game-like content with Android Extension Pack features.

    Free Mac Windows Android iPhone iPad

  • 3C Toolbox icon

    3C Toolbox

    Comprehensive toolbox to save battery, tweak, tune, backup, secure and monitor any Android devices.

    Freemium Android

  • iBench

    iBench is constituted by a bunch of 21 tests (12 of integer workload and 9 of floating point) of real usage that allows you to check and compare the CPU and memory...

    Open Source Mac

  • Xbench icon

    Xbench

    Xbench was developed by Spiny Software to provide a comprehensive benchmarking solution for Mac OS X. Xbench is useful not only for comparing the relative speeds of two...

    Free Mac

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    3DMark

    3DMark includes everything you need to benchmark your hardware in one app. Whether you're gaming on a smartphone, tablet, notebook, laptop, desktop, or a...

    Commercial Windows Android iPhone Android Tablet iPad ... Steam

  • 0xbench icon

    0xbench

    An integrated, comprehensive benchmark suite for Android: from system call (bionic) to Android frameworks. There are currently 16 included benchmarks. Two for arithmetic...

    Open Source Android Android Tablet

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Pretty much the standard for Hackintoshes

Comment by OmgItsTheSmartGuy
about Geekbench · Jul 2011 ·

When it comes to benchmarking Hackintoshes (PCs hacked to run Mac OS X), Geekbench is pretty much the standard. It's free (screw the commercial 64-bit mode), your results are easily comparable with others on the internet, and it works on both Windows and Mac. So if you're dual-booting to both Windows and Mac, you can check whether your Mac installation was successful or not by comparing it to your Windows installation.

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