Wednesday, April 25th 2018

Save 75% on 3DMark, PCMark 10, and VRMark on Steam This Week

It's a big day for us. Today, we are looking back on 20 years as Futuremark and looking forward to our first day as UL, a name we now share with our parent company. To mark the beginning of this new chapter in our story, I'm happy to announce that we are running a week-long sale on Steam. From now until next Monday, you can save 75% on our 3DMark, VRMark, and PCMark 10 benchmarks. Or save even more when you buy them together in our benchmark bundle.
Save 75% on 3DMark, just $7.49
Unlock all the tests and features in 3DMark, including Time Spy Extreme, a new 4K DirectX 12 benchmark test that is ideal for the latest graphics cards. Check the stability of your overclocking with 3DMark Stress Tests or use custom benchmark settings to explore your PC's limits.

Save 75% on PCMark 10, just $7.49
PCMark 10 is the latest version in our series of industry-standard PC benchmarks. Updated for Windows 10 with new and improved tests based on real-world apps and activities, PCMark 10 is also faster and easier to use.

Save 75% on VRMark, just $4.99
Unlock all tests in VRMark, the virtual reality benchmark, and see if your PC has what it takes to deliver a great VR experience. The latest version includes Cyan Room, a new DirectX 12 benchmark test for VR performance.
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7 Comments on Save 75% on 3DMark, PCMark 10, and VRMark on Steam This Week

~Technological Technocrat~
Ive always wondered if it was actually worth buying into 3Dmark. Ive always avoided it as i dont switch out GPUs every other month to warrant such a purchase.
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If you purchase all 3 at the same time, get an additional 6% off for a total of 81% off :)
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81% off :)
aka the only acceptable price for this benchmarking software.
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Wow, what a great deal! On second thought, I'm going to keep ignoring these as I have so far. And save 100%.
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Benchmarking tool, especially for home user is kinda unimportant. so, discounted price is good. although it would be better if we can get it free (bundled) from purchasing high-end graphic cards. or from mainstream graphic cards but with limited features...
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I'll wait until it's freeware.
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I'll wait until it's freeware.
3DMark started out as freeware. Imho, it makes sense to lock benchmark automation behind a paywall, because those features are almost exclusively used by reviewers and other professionals. But when they start locking various settings behind the same paywall, is when I loose interest.
Also, did I mention how little sense does it make to have to download GB of data for a benchmark you use once in a blue moon (or less)? It's a frigging benchmark, it doesn't need GB of textures. To asses performance levels it can use ugly, generated textures.
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