Catzilla Benchmark In Beta Phase – First Footage Unveiled

Catzilla
While we’re still waiting for the next version of 3D Mark to see what enthusiasts developers have been up to, the Catzilla team has kicked off the beta phase of its new benchmark tool. Entitled ‘Catzilla Benchmark’, this benchmark tool works on various Windows systems like XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 in both 32 and 64 bit versions and requires – at least – a GeForce 8x00 or AMD Radeon HD2x00 or Intel HD Graphics Family.
Those interested can give it a go by downloading the program from here. The team is still gathering emails for beta testers, meaning you might be able to participate in this event. We should also note that the tool supports both SLI and CrossFire systems.
Enjoy the Catzilla Benchmark below at ‘Tiger’ settings.
Catzilla Benchmark (Tiger Settings)

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