3DMark includes everything you need to benchmark your hardware. With eight individual benchmarks, you can test everything from tablets and notebooks to the latest 4K gaming PCs.
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15 Abril

3DMark Update Released



This minor update fixes a few issues that came to light after the release of our big update on April 6. Benchmark scores are unaffected.

3DMark Windows v2.0.2067

  • SystemInfo module updated to 4.45 to fix a compatibility issue with Russian and Chinese language Windows.
  • Fixed the Unicode compatibility issue with Russian and Chinese language Windows.
  • Fixed the white screen issue when installing 3DMark under a NTFS Junction or Mount Point.
  • Fixed the missing button text issue affecting a small number of users.
  • Updated Russian localization.

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6 Abril

Is your PC ready for VR?



Our latest 3DMark update adds an interactive preview of VRMark, our upcoming virtual reality benchmark. In this preview, you can explore two VRMark test scenes with Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. But don't worry if you don't have a headset. The preview works with your monitor too.



The VRMark preview is a taste of what to expect from the full release, coming soon. Scene 1 is designed for the Oculus Rift minimum spec. Scene 2 requires more powerful hardware. The preview does not produce a benchmark score. For more details about VRMark, please visit our website: http://www.futuremark.com/benchmarks/vrmark

The VRMark Preview is not available in the 3DMark demo.


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3DMark includes everything you need to benchmark your hardware. With eight individual benchmarks, you can test everything from tablets and notebooks to the latest 4K gaming PCs. It's the most powerful and flexible 3DMark we've ever created.

3DMark is for gamers, overclockers and system builders who want to get the most out of their hardware. When you buy 3DMark on Steam you unlock all tests, settings, and features.

  • Unlock the Fire Strike Ultra and Fire Strike Extreme benchmark tests.
  • Check the stability of your overclocks with benchmark looping.
  • Find your PC's performance limits with custom benchmark settings.
  • Get in-depth insights with hardware monitoring graphs.
  • Compare DirectX 12, Mantle and DirectX 11 with the API Overhead test.
  • Compete for the fastest PC on Steam with Steam leaderboards.
  • Easy to use, no technical know-how needed.

Benchmark Tests

Fire Strike - For high-performance gaming PCs
Fire Strike is a showcase DirectX 11 benchmark designed for today's high-performance gaming PCs. Use Fire Strike to test dedicated gaming PCs, Fire Strike Extreme for high-end systems with multiple GPUs (Crossfire/SLI), or try Fire Strike Ultra, the world's first 4K Ultra HD benchmark.

Sky Diver - For gaming laptops and mid-range PCs
Sky Diver is a DirectX 11 benchmark that is ideal for testing mainstream graphics cards, mobile GPUs, integrated graphics and other systems that cannot achieve double-digit frame rates in the more demanding Fire Strike test.

Cloud Gate - For notebooks and home PCs
Use Cloud Gate to test the performance of notebooks and typical home PCs. Cloud Gate uses a DirectX 11 engine limited to Direct3D feature level 10, making it suitable for testing DirectX 10 compatible hardware.

Ice Storm - For basic tablets and smartphones
Use Ice Storm, Ice Storm Extreme, and Ice Storm Unlimited to compare smartphones and tablets running Windows, Android, and iOS. Ice Storm uses DirectX 11 feature level 9. On Android and iOS, it uses OpenGL ES 2.0. You can compare scores across platforms.

Feature Tests

API Overhead feature test - Compare the latest graphics APIs
The 3DMark API Overhead feature test is the world's first independent test for comparing the performance of DirectX 12, Mantle, and DirectX 11. See how many draw calls your PC can handle with each API before the frame rate drops below 30 fps.

VRMark Preview

Is your PC ready for VR?
Experience an interactive preview of VRMark, our upcoming virtual reality benchmark. In this preview, you can explore two VRMark test scenes with Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. But don't worry if you don't have a headset. The preview works with your monitor too.

Requisitos do Sistema

    Minimum:
    • OS:Windows Vista*
    • Processor:1.8 GHz dual-core
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:DirectX 9**
    • Storage:3 GB space

    Please refer to the DLC pages for the system requirements for each individual benchmark test.

    * Windows Vista users will need to install the DirectX 11 platform update from Microsoft.
    ** You can use 3DMark to test DirectX 9 and DirectX 10 compatible hardware, but you will need a DirectX 11 compatible video card to run all of the tests. DirectX 9 hardware needs Shader Model 3.0 support, 128MB video card memory and WDDM 1.1 drivers.
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Publicada: 30 de Novembro de 2015
most expensive program ever.

1. Buy it.

2. Run it.

3. Go buy CPU/GPU.

4. Run it again.

5. Repeat from step 2.
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Bought Alienware x51 gaming PC.
Ran standard Fire Strike test.

I bought a potato.

10/10
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The Fire Strike Ultra is so real that my PC got on fire.
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Futuremark is busy these days shaking up their benchmarking business, and the new 3DMark is proof that nothing is off the table. PC, WinRT, Android and iOS support are all available. 3DMark's version numbers have been ditched from the product name in an attempt to emphasize the new cross-platform nature of the release. This ill-advised gesture is ignored by the faithful and the press alike, including me.

Naming gaffes aside, Futuremark has undertaken the long-overdue rework of their flagship product and emerged with a slick package that sheds the weight of past releases and restores the luxurious visuals and sense of style that have been absent from the last few versions.

Installation isn't complicated and remains free of add-on traps and other bloatware, although the gigabyte-sized download isn't petite. Make sure you read the latest instructions: In the case of my system test, beta drivers were actually recommended over certified ones. Once installed, it presents you with a window where the three test environments that comprise the suite can be selected for a benchmarking pass. Advanced options let you select custom visual settings, enable demo modes, loop benchmarks for stress testing and view past results.

Ice Storm depicts a low-count polygon world suitable for mobile devices and legacy or entry-level PCs. This is the benchmark destined to run on smartphones, tablets, WinRT devices and similar. The level of detail is roughly equivalent to DirectX 9. The demo mode for this world space is particularly well conceived and despite the lower level of detail, may be the most visually dynamic of the three.

Cloud Gate is the middle child, designed to test laptops and office PCs. The stately flybys of massive spacecraft and jump gates are a touch hazy here, but impressive nevertheless. This one is for PCs only, which is a shame, since data on high-end tablets would be of interest. The physics test is particularly tough here, producing FPS numbers lower than Fire Strike, which indicates a CPU bias at play.

On the high end is Fire Strike, a fantasy-flavored virtual buffet of advanced effects and massive polygon counts that's designed with tomorrow's hardware in mind, although it will run on today's more muscular PCs with reasonable speed. The gaming system used in my labs managed 30-35 FPS with a single top-shelf videocard and mid-range quad core processor. Laptop usage is euphemistic at best, unless you're packing a specialty road-gaming rig. Needless to say, it'll be a long time before anything like a tablet will have electrics dreams like these.

Glitches are few and largely attributable to the 1.00 status of the release. Information fields for processors and video cards yielded blank space on some runs and correct data on others. Users reported partially functional SLI and Crossfire support, which is sadly nothing new to PC gaming, benchmark software or otherwise. Also, OpenGL ES 3.0 support would have been nice.

Nevertheless, the scope here is greater than previous 3DMark updates, and the overhaul is mostly successful and complete. Longtime 3DMark users will notice that some details available in previous versions are missing from the more streamlined results available here.

While this is sure to spark forum wars, the appearance of other long-awaited features such as temperature monitoring seem more relevant to gamers today and a better expenditure of the limited programming resources available to the Futuremark team. Besides, this leaves room for improvement for the next version. Whatever they eventually decide to call it.
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Publicada: 31 de Dezembro de 2015
Spent $1250 on a high-end computer.
Spent $5 to know that I made a terrible decision.
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