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EVGA and ALLBenchmark Release Special Catzilla Benchmark

In partnership with ALLBenchmark, EVGA has released its own official EVGA edition of the CatZilla benchmark. Between the original and this one, there is little difference -- only some EVGA branding added here and there throughout the benchmark.

We've never really found quite the words we need to describe the benchmark, though a number of things come to mind. The best thing we can do, though, is have you watch the video below, which is a demo of the EVGA version of the CatZilla benchmark:

The 500 MB installer can be downloaded from here.

  • Gam3r01
    Wait, this is a benchmark?
    I might just use it because its funny to watch!
    At least its better than watching a few highly detailed spheres, I like it!
    After watching it a few times you can tell it is by all the tessellation and particles everywhere.
    Very well done I would say.
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  • icraft
    wut
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  • clonazepam
    Almost got excited til I had to pay to run it any resolution above 1024x576... yes 5 - 7 - 6
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  • anort3
    No kitty. That's a bad kitty!

    Looks like someone at EVGA took the brown acid again :P
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  • clonazepam
    Actually, idk, i cant do the upgrade option. It just crashes lol
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  • 016ive
    Catfight! Rofl.
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  • dragonsqrrl
    Just as a warning, there are settings in this benchmark that effect Windows system settings without any confirmation or description of what it's changing. In other words I had a lot of trouble figuring out what system settings were changed and how they were changed. For some reason an admin in their forums couldn't tell me what the default settings were, and told me I would have to figure it out on my own. Not because he didn't know, but because he refused.

    The benchmark itself was kind of a disappointment, I didn't think there was anything particularly graphically stunning about it. And I think you have to become a member just to 'unlock' the 720p resolution. Yes, this means that in addition to requiring you to become a member just to run the benchmark at an irrelevant resolution, you also can't go any higher without paying.
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  • chumly
    Catzirra!
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  • monsta
    Another try and buy routine, don't see the point of using it now
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  • lp231
    That cat fight reminds me of this
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