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How would you predict that the benchmark test results would change if you were given only a 100 budget to work with?


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July 20, 2012 5:32AM

To do benchmarks, you have to have a number of computers. Either you have to have physical access to the computers, or you have to write software to do it remotely and let others do the testing. Either way, a certain amount of money will be required. Without sufficient funds, your team would only have access to their own personal computers or what the lab already owns. Testing on less machines would mean the results are likely to be skewed or less reliable.