Futuremark just sent out an announcement stating that they’ve updated 3DMark 11 to version 1.0.3. The results are still compatible and comparable with the earlier versions, and this is apparently a minor update in the grand scheme of things. Here’s the quick rundown of changes: Bullet physics library updated to version 2.79 to improve compatibility with future CPUs and GPUs. For most systems containing multiple GPUs (e.g. integrated graphics and an additional discrete graphics card), the user can now select the GPU to be tested using a new option on the Help tab. Improved error handling and user messages for the most common compatibility issues. SystemInfo component updated to version 4.5 for improved compatibility with current and future hardware. New "More" tab with information about other Futuremark products and...

Futuremark Announces 3DMark11: Gentlemen, Start your ORBgines!

Futuremark has announced the latest version of their popular benchmark software for gaming PCs, 3DMark11. New to 3DMark11 will be the ability to benchmark DirectX 11 capable hardware like...

10 by Balraj Sandhu on 5/25/2010

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