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Geekbench is available for Windows PCs: http://www.primatelabs.com/geekbench/ Geekbench scores are comparable across platforms, too, so you can compare the performance of your Windows PC against the performance of your Android phone.
Try PassMark Software http://www.passmark.com/products/pt.htm The benchmark score we use to rank PCs is known as The PassMark Rating, which is obtained by users after running the full suite of tests available from PerformanceTest. The PassMark Rating is a unique performance rating for a machine's configuration and is calculated from a machine's performance ...
When Chrome first came out, it was the fastest browser, but yes, over the years it has come to be known as a memory hog. Chrome has both a 32 and 64-bit version, as far as CPU performance is related, which many people don't realize (when it was first released, it was 32-bit ONLY). Also, the more extensions you are running, the more memory is being consumed ...
PC Mark does exactly what you're requesting. Use 3Dmark for gaming benchmarks.
Start two sha1sum /dev/zero & commands for every core in your system. To stop killall sha1sum or kill sha1sum
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