Monday, October 13th 2014

Futuremark Updates 3DMark (2013) with Ultra HD FireStrike Benchmark

In its latest update to 3DMark (2013), version 1.4.775, Futuremark rolled out what it claims to be the first comprehensive benchmark for systems with 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160) displays. The suite's high-end graphics benchmark, FireStrike, now comes with a third variant, besides the standard (1920 x 1080), and Extreme (2560 x 1440) ones; called FireStrike Ultra. Unlocked on the Advanced and Professional licenses, FireStrike Ultra doesn't need you to have an Ultra HD display, just a GPU with at least 3 GB of video memory. The main benchmark selection window has been polished up a bit more, and the benchmark logging now includes more details that should help with customer-support.
DOWNLOAD: 3DMark (2013) v1.4.775

The change-log follows.

  • Added Fire Strike Ultra, a new 4K Ultra HD benchmark test. You don't need a 4K monitor to run Fire Strike Ultra, though you will need a GPU with at least 3 GB of dedicated memory.
  • New design for main benchmark selection screen.
  • Improved benchmark logging to assist customer support.
  • 3DMark is now more robust when there is a problem identifying or monitoring the hardware in the system.
Professional Edition only
  • You can now set command line options within .3dmdef files.
  • Minor syntax changes to the .3dmdef definition files. You may need to update your existing scripts if using automation. See Command Line Guide for details.
  • Added command line logging options.
  • Command line progress logging now includes workload names and loop numbers.
  • Removed empty log lines from command line output.
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9 Comments on Futuremark Updates 3DMark (2013) with Ultra HD FireStrike Benchmark

I may have to give this a try after work for fun!
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Are they not going to wait for me to upgrade. Selfish I tell ya.
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The N
this is killing benchmark update. but a good thing is you dont need a 4K monitor to run for. just need a 3GB vram, thats encouraging.
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Should be called Firestrike Slideshow, not Firestrike Ultra.
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I can't get SLI to work on this...
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