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Best System Benchmarking Tools For Linux

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Whether you want to overclock your PC or flaunt its computing prowess to your tech-crazy buddies, benchmarking is something that has interested tinkerers and newbies alike. The simple process lets users understand the limits of their system, thus making it easier for them to overclock it to the maximum. Furthermore, tech bloggers and reviewers often use benchmarking tools to compare various hardware and gadgets.

Today, we have compiled a small list of all the benchmarking tools out there for Linux so that you would know the true powers of your beloved computer.

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