The Resident Evil 6 PC benchmarking tool is now on our mirror

Resident Evil 6

By on February 25, 2013 at 11:52 am

Is your computer beastly enough to handle Resident Evil 6 when it comes out on March 22? You can find out by downloading the Resident Evil 6 benchmarking tool from our mirror, and saving yourself nearly a GB of quota (for iiNet group customers only, naturally).

“At the end of the benchmark,” writes the Capcom blog, “you’ll be given a score similar to those received in Mercenaries. Naturally the higher the score and rank (A and S being the best), the better RE6 will run on your machine.”

In case you missed it, you can find the RE6 system requirements here. The PC version is also including more multiplayer modes for free.

Source: Capcom

9 comments (Leave your own)

Sounds familiar…

WELP what I actually meant to post was that it was on our mirror.

I’m not ACTUALLY completely incompetent at all.


Tim Colwill,

Ah well, your heart was in the right place. That’s what counts!

I wasn’t going to download it because, well… I’ve already pre-purchased and am pretty confident it will run flawlessly. But I guess seeing as it is free for me to download from here, I may as well check it out just as another thing to make myself proud of the new rig I got just the other week. :)


I scored just over 10,000 on my quad i5 and SLI 560 Ti on this one.

Not too shabby, I think. :)


So this site isn’t unmetered for internode customers anymore? :|


Rank S (11328) with a Intel i5 2500 + nvidia 6600Ti, 8GB RAM, Win7 64bit.

Is the benchmark limited to Directx 9.0c?



nodes part of iinet group



I know that, yet this download was still metered :|


Runs great, Looking forward to finally playing RE6.

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