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Notice: There is a newer version of 3DMark available which is recommended for most modern systems with Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8. Find out more ,here.
Recent updates View all (1)
February 7th, 2014
We've released a minor update for 3DMark 11. Benchmark scores are not affected.
3DMark 11 v1.0.132
- New installer technology (similar to 3DMark and PCMark 8).
- SystemInfo updated to v4.25.366 to improve hardware detection.
- User interface now shows all GPUs present in the system.
- Fixed a few rare crashes within the user interface.
About the SoftwareTest your PC's performance with 3DMark, the world's most popular gaming benchmark and graphics test. Featuring six stunning real-time graphics and physics tests, 3DMark 11 is the industry standard performance test for DirectX 11 graphics cards and gaming PCs.
Hundreds of press publications use 3DMark to test graphics cards, processors, gaming PCs, notebooks and laptops. Now you can too!
Run 3DMark to test your system for stability and performance.
Looking for better performance?
Use 3DMark to measure the effect of tweaking settings or overclocking your system.
Planning an upgrade?
Compare 3DMark scores and see which components offer the best bang for your buck.
Notice: 3DMark 11 requires a DirectX 11 compatible video card, and Windows Vista or Windows 7. Use 3DMark Vantage for DirectX 10 systems.
- Easy to use, no technical knowhow needed.
- Professional grade, industry standard benchmark from Futuremark, the test experts.
- Includes four graphics tests, a physics test and a combined graphics and physics test.
- Demo mode featuring an evocative soundtrack by Pedro Macedo Camacho.
- OS:Windows Vista
- Processor:1.8GHz dual-core Intel or AMD CPU
- Memory:1 GB RAM
- Graphics:DirectX 11 compatible
- Hard Drive:1 GB HD space
9 of 9 people (100%) found this review helpful
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5 of 7 people (71%) found this review helpful
281 products in account
10.4 hrs on record
This is a benchmarking program. It should be pretty self-explainatory. In fact, I don't even know why I'm writing a review for this. If you need this, you'll probably know. If you're not sure, then you probably don't need it.
5 of 9 people (56%) found this review helpful
396 products in account
1.8 hrs on record
I have a rig that can run any game on the market at ultra settings at a solid 60fps on my 39" HDTV monitor (given they are good games that have good engines and aren't optimized like dog crap), yet this program crushes my rig to its knees. I would not worry about this app even if you do have a setup in the thousands and thousands of dollars, like something with dual gtx 780's, because even then this app doesn't matter if your games are running good and smooth. The main point of this app is if you are having problems, for diagnostics I think? Basically you can use this app to compare scores to other people with similar setups and if your scores are low, you can go from there to combat the problem, like to combat bottlenecking or other problems. But you don't need to pay for this app to know that: there are plenty of free programs that can help you find out what you need to find out. Spend your money on something worthwhile, like A GAME, LOL.
624 products in account
2.4 hrs on record
Heyyo, Futuremark has been an extremely popular benchmarking software developer for a long time... and 3DMark shows us exactly why. 3DMark 11 shows how beautiful and effective DirectX 11 is with the latest and greatest hardware. The launch on Steam for 3DMark 11 was rocky (couldn't get it to run on my notebook with nVidia Optimus tech enabled GTX 650M) but after direct contact from Futuremark they asked me to test a few different .exe files which worked great and the patch was released to all. THAT, is customer service. I support Futuremark because they support us. :)