PC Performance Benchmarking Program

I need a PC Performance Benchmarking Program.  I need to compare several PCs to see which is most powerful.  Any recommendations?
schmir1Asked:
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alienvoiceCommented:
I tend to use Passmark. It performs most tests i require.

http://www.passmark.com/

Hope this help.s

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DizzybroCommented:
schmir1Author Commented:
I'm trying PassMark.  Seems to do what I need.  I've got one question.  Are bigger numbers always better (faster).  For example:

Disk - Random Seek + RW: 9.5
     is better then
Disk - Random Seek + RW: 2.7

In other words, these are not millisecond times but benchmark numbers.
DizzybroCommented:
Higher is usually better, since all the numbers usually add up into your total benchmark score. so i would say higher is better in that case
schmir1Author Commented:
Thanks for your answer.  Program works great.
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