5 Replies Latest reply on Jun 5, 2013 3:12 AM by Markku Lehtola

    SolidWorks Benchmarks scores

    Matan Ben Yair



      Lately we purchase a new dell computer- T3600 with Processor : Intel Xeon Processor E5-1660 (Six Core, 3.30GHz Turbo, 15MB) ,memory- 8GB (4x2GB) 1600MHz DDR3 ECC RDIMM and 1 GB NVIDIA Quadro 2000 (2DP & 1DVI-I) (1DP-DVI & 1DVI-VGA) graphic card.


      we ran the performance test to see the ability of the new computer and that what we got:

      Graphics- 55.7 sec

      Processor- 99.6 sec

      I/O- 68.5 sec

      Overall- 223.8 sec

      Rendering- 25.8 sec

      RealView Performance- 137.0 sec


      When i compared my new computer score with other computer at solidWorks benchmarks scores site, i surprised to find that there are "old computer"(like Core 2 Due processor) with better scores (30 sec in overall).

      My question is how it possiable? there is more parameters that determine the ability of my computer?

      Do I have to ascribe this score Importance?



      I ran the performance test on SolidWorks 2012 SP4 version.