MobileMark® 2007 is no longer supported. As of December 31st 2014, BAPCo has stopped accepting FDRs generated with MobileMark 2007. Please use the latest BAPCo benchmark products when submitting FDRs to BAPCo for publishing.
SYSmark 2007 Preview
SYSmark® 2007 Preview is no longer supported. As of December 31st 2014, BAPCo no longer accepts FDRs generated with SYSmark 2007 Preview. Please use the latest BAPCo benchmark products when submitting FDRs to BAPCo for publishing.
SYSmark 2004 is an application-based benchmark that reflects usage patterns of business users in the areas of Internet Content Creation and Office Productivity. It was the industry’s first standard tool for measuring the performance of computers running popular business applications under Windows® XP (Professional and Home) and Windows® 2000. SYSmark 2004 SE (Second Edition) was released in June of 2005 to extend support to Windows® XP Professional x64 Edition.
MobileMark 2002 was the industry’s first standard tool for measuring battery life and performance on both Windows® XP (Professional and Home) and Windows® 2000.
SYSmark 2002 was based on extensive research of business computing segment trends during 2001. These efforts led to the development of comprehensive and scientifically designed workloads covering a wide range of Internet Content Creation and Office Productivity applications.
SYSmark 2001 took desktop benchmarking to new levels by introducing a benchmark based on actual Office Productivity and Internet Content Creation scenarios. The scenarios focused on snap shots of a day in the life of an Office Productivity application user and Web page developer. Both scenarios incorporate business usage models that under the two new application categories of office productivity and Internet Content Creation.
WebMark 2001 was the first release of the popular WebMark series of benchmarks used to evaluate Internet performance from a user’s perspective.
SYSmark 98: An application-based benchmark that measured the performance of computers running on Windows 98, Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0.
SYSmark DB: A server benchmark is designed to measure the performance of a multi-user computer operating as a database server in an open Microsoft* SQL* Server* 6.5 client-server environment.
SYSmark 98 for Battery Life
SYSmark 98 for Battery Life is an application based benchmark for notebooks measuring the battery efficiency, battery life, and performance of notebook computers running on Windows*98. It was the industry’s first standard benchmark tool designed specifically for Windows 98 and it’s ACPI (Advanced Configuration and Peripheral Interface) functionality.
SYSmark J: The industry’s first standardized software that used Java applications to measure computer performance. SYSmark J allowed performance comparisons across platforms that supported Java Development Kit Version 1.1 (JDK1.1).
SYSmark for Windows NT 4.0
SYSmark for Windows NT 4.0 The industry’s first standard tool for measuring the performance of computers running popular business applications under Windows NT 3.51 and NT 4.0. SYSmark/NT 4.0, allowed performance comparisons across both Intel and Alpha architectures.
SYSmark for File Servers
SYSmark for File Servers measured the performance of file servers running popular business computing applications. The workload requested patterns to the file server mimicking those used in corporate network computing environments.