This one may be called one of the strangest benchmarks one would have ever witnessed. Ace NVIDIA board partner EVGA and ALLBenchmarks joined hands to develop and launch an updated version of the very unique (in an odd sense) the “Catzilla” Benchmark.
The original Catzilla benchmark was not very different from this special custom tailored version for EVGA except the fact that it didn’t feature any spontaneous EVGA branding. Other than that, everything remains same.
Basically, Catzilla is a cross API benchmark designed for OpenGL 4.0 and DirectX 9 or 11 and Microsoft’s Windows operating systems. The wow factor for Catzilla remains the fact that it uses algorithms found in the latest PC games, so the users can see how their PCs will handle the most demanding games.
Lot of Drama
The benchmarks would feature two catzillas fighting each other and the video is enhanced with advanced HD graphics, fiery particle effects and explosive screens. The buildings behave differently for different environments, for example, on slow systems, the buildings stay as they are contrary to the tests on faster systems in which they collapse.
The Cat says …
Catzilla calculates the results of the tested benchmarks along with hardware and software recommendation and the user can tweak the settings for better results, which includes installing latest drivers, setting the appropriate cache size, and changing color depth along with resolution changes. Catzilla also recommends the hardware that can potentially increase performance.