3DMark11 — обновленная версия самого популярного, визуально продвинутого и уважаемого теста производительности компьютера в 3D-приложениях (читай в играх). Новая версия включает улучшенное тестирование Shader Model 2,новый тест процессора и тест HDR Shader Model 3. 3DMark — набор тестов для проверки видеоподсистемы компьютера. Ориентирован на тестирование видеокарт и проверку производительности компьютера при работе с современными 3D-приложениями, прежде всего — в играх. Результаты тестов отображают то будущее, которое ждет вас и вашу видеокарту в ближайшее время. Дело в том, что технологии 3D-графики примененные в этом тесте будут использоваться в ближайшее время в самых продвинутых компьютерных играх. Производительность тестируется в условиях наиболее приближенных к реальным, то есть к игровым. В общем, для желающих поставить свою систему на колени.
3DMark11 is a PC benchmark suite designed to test the DirectX9 performance of your graphics card.
A 3DMark score is an overall measure of your system’s 3D gaming capabilities, based on comprehensive real-time 3D graphics and processor tests. By comparing your score with those submitted by millions of other gamers you can see how your gaming rig performs, making it easier to choose the most effective upgrades or finding other ways to optimize your system.
3DMark11 has been downloaded more than any other 3D benchmark and the ORB database now contains
over 8.5 million 3DMark06 benchmark scores from around the world.
3DMark is an essential tool for every PC gamer, hardware enthusiast or component manufacturer in the industry.
3DMark11 Advanced and Professional Edition Features:
3DMark11 includes advanced Shader Model 2.0 and 3.0 graphics tests as well as single CPU, multiple core and multiple processor tests as part of the 3DMark score.
With 3DMark06 Advanced and Professional Editions, you get a comprehensive suite of 3D gaming benchmarking tools. All the tests, settings and options needed to run accurate and dependable performance analysis are included in one easy to use application.
The ORB, a searchable online database of benchmark results is an essential part of the 3DMark experience. The ORB lets you compare the performance of your PC with other similar systems by searching through over 27 million results.
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SM2.0 Graphics Test 1: Return to Proxycon
This 3rd person shooter emulation makes use of very complex SM2.0 shaders. Large interior spaces accommodate more characters for lots of action. With 26 total lights, two are directional with one casting CSM (Cascading Shadow Maps), 12 point lights provide fill, most cast shadows using 1024x1924x6 cube depth maps and hardware shadows, some are masked and animated, and finally 12 small spot lights with non-overlapping shadow-maps produce a richly lit and shadowed game scene.
SM2.0 Graphics Test 2 — Firefly Forest
A large outdoor scene is dense with vegetation and grass is dynamically distributed and altered according to the camera’s location. A pair of fireflies flit about among animated trees, branches and leaves dramatically highlighting the benefits of cascading shadow maps (CSM) and high resolution shadow-mapped point lights. The scene is lit with one directional light casting CSM to create a moonlight effect. The two illuminated fireflies are shadow-mapped point lights with cube-map masks. A procedural light scattering shader is used for the humid night time sky. Materials have Blinn-Phong reflections using lookups for materials. The ground material has diffuse, diffuse detail, normal and normal details maps added. Rock surfaces have an added specular map. Tree branches are similar to the rock materials but with an added diffuse cube map and no specular or bump map.
SM3.0 Graphics Test 1 — Canyon Flight
The updated game engine supports extremely complex SM3.0 shaders in this test for exquisite HDR (High Dynamic Range) rendering effects, as well as highlighting the benefit of dynamic shadows. This period style adventure game scene makes extensive use of smooth shadows. A massively complex outdoor canyon and seascape is rendered in very realistic HDR. Sky and atmospheric effects rely on a complex atmospheric light scattering algorithm with cloud blending; adding great depth to distant scene elements. A heterogeneous fog effect creates deep humidity throughout the canyon. Water effects are recreated using HDR reflections and refractions, plus a depth fog is used below the surface, and the water surface is distorted with two scrolling maps and Gerstner wave functions. Smoke and fire particle effects emanate from the airship. Subsurface scattering and a Blinn-Phong shading model with two normal maps and one color map are used for the sea-monster. Strauss shading is used for the captain, crew and airship. The canyon wall material uses three color maps, three normal maps and Lambertian diffuse shading. One directional light, casting CSM is used to create the bright sunlight, producing dramatic dynamic shadows, while showcasing the challenging effect of dynamic shadows on large round shapes.
SM3.0 Graphics Test 2 — Deep Freeze
This test emulates a movie-like horror adventure scene and showcases CSM with dynamic long, soft shadows for a striking daytime to night-time transition. As the sun sets, shadows dynamically increase in length for a very realistic effect. For the snow storm, heterogeneous fog and particles with an added diffuse cube map are used. A simple atmospheric light scattering algorithm is used for the sky. A Blinn-Phong shader with two normal maps, one color map and subsurface scattering is used for the snow material. Metallic and other surfaces use the Strauss shading model. One directional light casting CSM recreates the sunlight. By blending a pair of cube-maps, (one diffuse, the other specular) an ambient effect is created.
CPU Tests — Red Valley
Both CPU tests rely on AI, physics and game logic to generate a multi-threaded workload that can be distributed on multiple processors, cores or even on a single processor. Aegia PhysX library and D* Lite path finding AI algorithm are used to produce demanding CPU loads. Tests are run in a fixed frame rate of 2FPS for more equal CPU loading. Resolution is locked to 640×480 to decrease GFX influence of performance. The shader profile is locked to 2_0 and no dynamic shadows are used.
CPU Test 1:
The test uses a high level of path finding complexity, tight AI synchronization intervals over 40 frames, locked to fixed frame rate of 2FPS with a Shader Profile of 2_0 and a resolution of 640×480.
CPU Test 2:
The test uses a lower level of path finding complexity, lax AI synchronization intervals over 60 frames, locked to a fixed frame rate of 2FPS with a Shader Profile of 2_0 and a resolution of 640×480.
Fill Rate (Single-Texturing)
The size of the texture used is 2×2 in order to decrease bandwidth limitation of the performance. 64 quads cover the screen and are single textured and additively blended.
Fill Rate (Multi-Texturing)
The size of the texture used is 2×2 in order to decrease bandwidth limitation of the performance. Eight quads cover the screen and each quad has eight textures additively blended.
One of the more complex materials in the graphics tests is the rock face shader. This is separated to a feature test, showing the lighting change on the rough surface.
Vertex Shader (Simple)
This test does simple transformation and single light lighting on four high polygon sea monster models. Each sea monster has over one million vertices to transform and illuminate, so the total workload is quite substantial.
Vertex Shader (Complex)
This illuminates, but above all transforms a large number of grass straws. Each straw is skinned and bent separately, more towards the tip of the straw, like real grass straws waving in the wind.
This test runs simple particle physics in the pixel shader and then uses the results through vertex texture fetches. The use of graphics hardware for physics computations in games is increasing. Simple physics computations are inherently parallelizable, which allows them to be implemented on graphics hardware fairly effortlessly.
This test computes six octaves of three dimensional Perlin simplex noise using a combination of arithmetic instructions and texture lookups. Perlin noise is a basic building block in many procedural texturing and modeling techniques, which are expected to increase in popularity in future games.
Изменения в версии 1.0.5:
This version fixes a few minor issues. Benchmark scores are not affected by this update.
SystemInfo updated to version 4.17 to improve compatibility with latest hardware
Fixed display mode identification for systems with a very large number of supported display modes
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