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VOGONS Benchmark archive?

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Reply 100 of 102, by weldum

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what about cinebench? but the older ones:
2003 supports windows 2000 and up
and I know of the existence of cinebench 2000 but can't find a copy, that one should support 98se and maybe 95

Ohh, the humanity 😢
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Reply 101 of 102, by Sev80

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anyone remember a benchmarking program in windows 3.1 where it was a fake word processor, spreadsheet, and graphics programs and it ran them on the screen and spit out results?

I remember this program as a kid but cant remember what it was called

Reply 102 of 102, by Revolter

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Kamerat wrote:
Arctic wrote:
Does anyone know where to find Indy3D? […]
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Does anyone know where to find Indy3D?

These could be some file names:
3dinv30c.exe
i3dinv30f.exe

http://www.ansealk.ru/ftp/OLD_CD/150%20%D0%BB … e%20eng/Indy3D/

This link is dead, but there is another:

http://www.3dfx-voodoo.de/files/i3dinv30f.exe

Which is possibly the last publicly accessible place on the internet where this file can still be downloaded from (you're welcome to try 😀).

To whomever has access to https://www.vogonsdrivers.com/: please consider uploading this file to the Benchmarks section. Indy3D frequently gets mentioned on ancient hardware review sites such as Anandtech, and I believe it still has some practical (not to mention historical) value.

Celeron 800, 512MB, GeForce2 MX, ES1938S/DB S2, 128GB SD, Windows ME/DOS 6.22