Friday, April 4th 2008

Futuremark Introduces VirtualMark

Futuremark has just launched another interactive web based benchmark application called VirtualMark, that allows users to determine their 3DMark score, without actually running the 3D benchmark software on their system. Once you allow the web application to run in your browser and analyse your system, it checks the ORB database for submitted results which match your system specifications as closely as possible. It’s not going to be 100% accurate but with the millions of results already in its database, you should be able to find a match which is pretty close. Obtaining a common score is a simple three step process with VirtualMark which takes only a minute or so to run. You can give it a try here.Source: TweakTown
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48 Comments on Futuremark Introduces VirtualMark

#1
pbmaster
About 2,000 points off my actual score. Not bad though.
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#2
Silverel
Heh, only 400 on my rig in specs. Overclocking didn't change a thing either. Went from 395/195 to 550/225, lol.

Ah well, 3dmark06 just aint for me on this rig. I was happy to recently get 3200 points in 3dmark03
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#3
spacejunky
300 too high off my score. probably because I don't oc my video card
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#4
tkpenalty
8.9k.... Way off by around 2~3k.
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#5
Wile E
Power User
trog100 said:
13500 for me.. meaningless rubbish.. miles out..

trog
You run speedstep, don't you? Maybe it's reading your cpu at idle.
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#6
CrackerJack
I tested the same system twice there was 2000 difference between the scores. I did no updates of anykind. wierd!

And why is everybody talking about there scores off there actuall score. The scoring system with bench mark is different. Of coarse they look low. It just like when we went from 3dmark05 to 3dmark06. But we also upgraded too.
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#8
evil bill
CrackerJack said:
And why is everybody talking about there scores off there actuall score. The scoring system with bench mark is different. Of coarse they look low. It just like when we went from 3dmark05 to 3dmark06. But we also upgraded too.
no - you have missed the point. Its essentially a virtual 3DMark 06. This can be proved by looking at the Fastest System that it throws up of 32513 from TeamItaly. It analyses actual 3DMark 06 scores for various components/systems to come up with your virtual score. The results do seem a bit variable though - mine was only 128 off, but others are a few thousand.
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#9
Cuzza
N/A! bollocks. thanks for nothing futuremark.
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#10
Wile E
Power User
Hahahahahahaha!!!! I don't know what it thinks I have, but it gives me 29800 pts. :roll: I ran it twice in FF, and twice in IE with the same results. lol

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#11
Triprift
Lol dont argue with it man ya can say now ur system gets 29 k
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#12
Tatty_One
Senior Moderator
Wile E said:
Hahahahahahaha!!!! I don't know what it thinks I have, but it gives me 29800 pts. :roll: I ran it twice in FF, and twice in IE with the same results. lol


Now Bribe E Rocker to post that in the 2006 thread :rockout:
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#13
Wile E
Power User
Tatty_One said:
Now Bribe E Rocker to post that in the 2006 thread :rockout:
Haha! I could only wish. lol.
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#14
Solaris17
Creator Solaris Utility DVD
I got 8900 its almost 1000 points off.
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#15
Cold Storm
Battosai
Wile E said:
Hahahahahahaha!!!! I don't know what it thinks I have, but it gives me 29800 pts. :roll: I ran it twice in FF, and twice in IE with the same results. lol


I know that feeling. I tried virtualmark a month ago and got my score of 28000... I don't know how both of us got extreme score! Watering time??
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#16
xubidoo
11,400 main rig

1500 for 2nd rig ,altho it got the cpu wrong ,it thinks i have a E4300 lol
havnt actually run the real 3d mark 06 on it yet.



about right for me give or take a 100 points on main rig
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#17
ShadowFold
Its waaaay off for me, says I get 8400 points when I get 11k in the real thing... kinda useless imo
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#18
Namslas90
Yeah, way off, Says my AMD 3800+ New Orleans is a FX-55!!??

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#19
ShadowFold
Yea it says im running Windows Server 2003 ಠ_ಠ
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#20
Demon_82
10100 Virtualmarks vs 11033 3Dmarks... not so bad for me. But it relies too much on the component names and not the actual speed specifications.
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#21
Solaris17
Creator Solaris Utility DVD
ShadowFold said:
Yea it says im running Windows Server 2003 ಠ_ಠ
you are though......
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#22
Wile E
Power User
ShadowFold said:
Yea it says im running Windows Server 2003 ಠ_ಠ
Solaris is right. XP x64 is built off of 2003. It's basically 2003 with the server apps removed, and preconfigured as a desktop.
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#23
WhiteLotus
WhiteLotus said:
i gots 7100 - but then i dont really care, as long as the games look good
well now i have 8800 with my FX-62
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