Wednesday, December 12th 2012

MSI Partners up with Futuremark for the new version of 3DMark Cross-Platform

Leading mainboard and graphics card maker MSI and the world's best system benchmarking software developer Futuremark have partnered up to jointly announce the newest version of the 3D benchmarking program 3DMark. The new version of this 3D benchmarking utility supports Windows, Windows RT, Android and iOS platforms, and has an all new user interface that will provide enthusiasts with a rich and novel user experience.

The 3DMark series has long been acclaimed among gamers for its original visual design and wide range of special effects. 3DMark 11 in particular has been the No.1 choice for testing graphics card performance since it was released in 2010, and remains the benchmarking utility of choice for enthusiasts today. Due to the previous successful cooperation on 3DMark 11, MSI has partnered with Futuremark again to release the next generation of the world renowned 3DMark benchmarking utility.

In addition to a more intuitive user interface and support for the latest DirectX11.1 visual effects, benchmarking has been extended from desktop and notebook PCs to mobile devices as well. Windows, Windows RT, Android and iOS operating systems are all fully supported, to give more users the chance to experience the spectacular visual effects and powerful benchmarking capabilities of 3DMark for themselves.
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3 Comments on MSI Partners up with Futuremark for the new version of 3DMark Cross-Platform

#1
Mark
this is great news always was and always will be a MSI Customer !!!
Best Videocards and best Mainboards ! GREAT BRAND !
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Dj-ElectriC
Yeah....
Well MSI's logo on 3DMARK's tests ain't something new.
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