The SPEC/GWPG Report
Updates on graphics and workstation performance
July 2017


Special Siggraph 2017 Preview:
The SPEC/GWPG benchmark roadmap

A look ahead to what's in store in the upcoming months from SPEC/GWPG, including new SPECapc for Maya, SPECapc for SolidWorks, SPECviewperf 13 and SPECwpc 3.0 benchmarks.

How they use SPEC/GWPG benchmarks

A two-part series on LinkedIn Pulse shows how two different types of users -- reviewers from trade publications and SPEC/GWPG committee members -- take advantage of SPEC/GWPG benchmarks.

  • The view from reviewers -- If there is a review of a professional workstation or graphics card within an online or print publication, the reviewer is likely to quote results from a SPEC/GWPG benchmark. Five reviewers tell us why.
  • Using what you produce -- SPEC/GWPG benchmarks are developed by a consortium of member companies with deep roots in graphics and workstation performance. Read about how they use those benchmarks in their own operations.

Check out more articles on LinkedIn Pulse to read about the art, mechanics and people behind professional 3D graphics and workstation benchmarking.

Free benchmark downloads

SPEC/GWPG benchmarks, including the recently updated SPECwpc 2.1, are available for free to those who are not computer vendors, suppliers or service providers. Visit our easy-to-use download page and start benchmarking!

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