iBench 1.1.2 has been released, you can read the <a href="http://ibench.sourceforge.net/appcast/rnotes112.html">release notes</a> for more details.
iBench 1.1.1 released, you can read the <a href="http://ibench.sourceforge.net/appcast/rnotes111.html">release notes</a> for more details.
iBench 1.1 has been awarded with 5 stars on GearDownload.com.
iBench 1.1 released, you can read the <a href="http://ibench.sourceforge.net/appcast/rnotes11.html">release notes</a> for more details.
iBench has been tested under Mac OS X 10.5.8 and seems to work properly, if you don't have it, please update to 1.0.4.
iBench has been added to the AppBodega online store to get a better access to downloads and updates.
iBench 1.0.4 has been tested on Snow Leopard 10A380 (the one provided at WWDC) an seems to be working seamlessly. If you find any bug or problem, please repor it on our tracker.
We are proud to announce that iBench 1.0.4 have been released. This a minor update that mainly solves bugs with hardware identification library and adds a new icon, courtesy of Jose Antonio Blanco.
iBench has been analyzed by the most famous Spanish Mac podcast, Macniacos. It its 44th issue, you can hear a complete review of iBench.
iBench is tested to work under Mac OS X 10.5.5, but we recommend to upgrade to the latest 1.0.3 version.
Version 1.0.3 is available to download.
iBench is reviewed in Mac Fan japanese magazine and in the Applesfera (http://www.applesfera.com/) Spanish blog!
Hi! iBench is alive. We are planning the roadmap for next versions (1.1, 1.2 and 2.0).
We wil introduce in next versions configurable preferences, a new GUI built from the ground-up and an on-line service to share and compare results. All open source and SF.net based.
Now, we are moving iBench from a degree project (wich was awarded with a 10 over 10) to a fully fledged open source project, cleaning repository and optimizing and refactoring code.... read more
iBench 1.0.1 works fine with the latest Apple software update.
iBench 1.0.1 is a bug-fix release that solves issues in factorization code.
iBench is a synthetic benchmark for Mac OS X 10.5 "Leopard" constituted by 20 tests (11 of integer workload and 9 of floating point) of real usage that allow to check and compare Macintosh performance. iBench is compatible with both Intel and PowerPC Mac
I've tested iBench under Mac OS X 10.5.3 and seems to be working fine.
If you have any problem, please report it in tracker.
The iBench Team is proud to announce that the first stable release of iBench is here.
Degree docs and developer reference updated to almost final versions.
The las test version of iBench is ready to download.
The RC1 version is available to download at the habitual place.
Beta 2 is now available to download. Improves library usage and fixes security issues.
Later today will be released the first beta version to testers.
iBench quality control is now available for testers and users.
This form allows you to send the development team your opinion about iBench.
We are proud to announce that the second alpha version of iBench is available for download.
As for the first version, results and feedback is very appreciated.