Futuremark shows us a preview of his future 3DMark
For much know that Futuremark (formerly MadOnion) is preparing a new version of its popular product line 3DMark , which may be called 3DMark13.
Although a few months ago Futuremark gave a little preview , this time we bring a new video showing a scene rendereada in real time to a resolution of 2560 X 1440 (Extreme Preset) of one of the test that will shape the future 3DMark: the test Fire Strike.
Fire Strike The test will be the most intensive tests performed by Futuremark, and uses the Microsoft DirectX 11 API and advanced effects such as tessellation, smoke simulations (grid-based LUID dynamics), particles with dynamic lighting and shadows, among many other effects, which will be very demanding with the current hardware, but that will be common in the PC games that come out in two to three years.
Without further ado, here’s the test video Fire Strike:
Link: New 3DMark Trailer Shows Future of DirectX 11 Games (Geeks3D)Tags: 3DMark, 3DMark13, benchmark, DirectX 11, DX11, Fire Strike, Futuremark, performance, stress, test, trailer, utility, video