3DMark has long been the first choice for gamers who want to benchmark the performance of their PCs. But did you know that more than two-thirds of users also turn to 3DMark to check stability after overclocking? Or that more than half use it to test system cooling performance? Now Futuremark has made it easier than ever to check the stability of your PC by adding a dedicated stress testing feature to 3DMark.
3DMark have released 3DMark Holiday Beta onto Steam, to allow you to see and try some of the new features coming to the product in 2016.
The buzz around 4K gaming continues to grow, but can the latest hardware really deliver? And are the extra pixels worth the extra cost? Lately, we are being asked the same questions again and again:
- Should I buy a 4K monitor for my current PC setup?
- What hardware do I need to play games at 4K Ultra HD resolution?
The Android edition of 3DMark includes everything you need to accurately benchmark the performance of Android smartphones and tablets. Developed in cooperation with Broadcom, Imagination Technologies, Intel, NVIDIA, Qualcomm, and other world-class companies, 3DMark is the ideal modern benchmark for over 1,000 Android devices.
What’s more, 3DMark scores can be compared across platforms. You can use 3DMark to test and compare the performance of devices running Android, iOS, Windows and Windows RT, and help your readers better understand how new devices compare with the alternatives.
Millions of PC gamers use 3DMark to tests the limits of their hardware. Now 3DMark is ready for a new generation of mobile gamers. Available today on Android and Windows, and coming soon to Windows RT and Apple’s iOS, 3DMark is the cross-platform performance benchmark for all your devices.