Definition - What does Benchmark Computer mean?
Techopedia explains Benchmark Computer
Benchmarking with a benchmark computer is often done to analyze the peak performance of a processor, CPU or device. It can also help developers to understand challenges with various kinds of slowdowns, whether they are related to hardware or software issues. Some researchers now use an advanced analytic method of gathering many different outcomes from many different benchmark computers to get an average outcome. For a particular computer, running a benchmark process periodically before and after changes will help a user understand whether those changes have affected the speed of the device.