Futuremark’s 3DMark 11 gets an update
Simon Telford / 6 years ago
As a review site, we are extremely fond on getting the best benchmark results in town by overclocking our equipment. Using benchmark tools allow us to see how our overclock and overall system performance compares to others from all around the world.
For DirectX 11 users, 3DMark 11 was released and has been a tool that we use and rely on quite heavily.
Futuremark have just released a small update to the award winning software which improves on compatibility issues with the latest hardware and Futuremark insist on updating the benchmark to take full advantage of that. Whilst it won’t give you a better score or improved results, it does futureproof you for any products that are on the horizon or that may have slight bugs.
3DMark 11 version 1.0.2 release notes
Bullet physics library updated to 2.78 to improve compatibility with future CPUs and GPUs
Display scaling mode setting is now available in the Basic Edition
SystemInfo component updated to version 4.0 for improved compatibility with current and future hardware
Improved user messages when the benchmark run is interrupted
Advanced and Profession Edition only
Fixed wireframe mode for the Combined test with NVIDIA hardware
Load/Save result dialog remembers the last used folder
Professional Edition only
Correct watermark is always displayed when benchmark is launched from command line
Command line loop switch with single test now loops without reloading