Wednesday, November 25th 2020

UL Benchmarks Updates 3DMark with Estimated Game Performance Data

UL Benchmarks late Wednesday released a major update to 3DMark. The new version 2.16.7094 adds a redesigned Results tab, and introduces the Estimated Game Performance feature, which lets you extrapolate your 3DMark score onto real-world game performance. The feature debuts with game performance estimations for five popular titles, "Apex Legends," "Battlefield V," "Fortnite," "Grand Theft Auto V," and "Red Dead Redemption 2." After a benchmark run, simply select one of these games from a drop-down menu, and a resolution+preset combo from another; and 3DMark will tell give you an estimated frame-rate number, taking into account your overall 3DMark score, and performance numbers of sub-systems (graphics, physics, etc). In this article, UL Benchmarks explains the correlation between a 3DMark score and corresponding estimated frame-rates for "Fortnite."

DOWNLOAD: 3DMark 2.16.7094
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2 Comments on UL Benchmarks Updates 3DMark with Estimated Game Performance Data

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DeathtoGnomes
hope they add more games to that, 5 is not a good sample size.
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