7 months ago
Hello, I am in the process of developing a piece of software which will automatically detect hardware bottlenecks in your system, and then if a performance deficit has been exposed, a list of recommendations for suitable hardware upgrades.
As of yet the program can monitor the CPU, GPU and RAM and determine the bottleneck from those factors. The general gist of how the system works is by monitoring the utilisation of the hardware during a benchmark and using the benchmark score compared to a database of the individual results for each of the users hardware pieces, as to see if the part is working at full capacity or not. The bottleneck is determined from all these values. And then the new recommended parts are given from a database of stable hardware pairs.
My questions to you are:
Do you think there is a market of users who would use this.
Would you use this software?
Do you believe this could be useful for someone less experienced in hardware monitoring?