FurMark, the popular graphics card stability test and OpenGL graphics benchmark, is available in version 1.5.0. This new version fixes a bug that occurs with ForceWare 180 series. On the new things side, FurMark adds a GPU temperature logger, a more intensive GPU stability test, and the avaibility of the startup interface in several languages. More information in changelog at the end of the post.
A complete HowTo about ALL command line parameters (old and new) is available HERE.
FurMark in English
FurMark in Chinese
FurMark Xtreme Burning Mode
FurMark 1.5.0 ChangeLog:
- New: added GPU temperature log facility. If enabled, a log file (gpu-temperature.xml) is generated
(in Stability Test mode only) to log degrees celcius and fahrenheit as well as elapsed time.
- New: benchmark results can be logged in a file (FurMark-Scores.txt). This feature is useful in command line
when starting multiple tests. See Run-Multiple-Tests.bat for an example.
- New: added a postprocessing pass in Stability Test mode to make the test more intensive.
- New: in benchmarking mode, score is returned to Windows. Useful for command line scripts.
- New: startup dialog box is available in several languages. If you want to translate FurMark, feel free
to send the translated xml file (see gui-english.xml in FurMark folder for an example). Of course, your credits
will be added on FurMark’s homepage). Current translations: english, french, chinese (traditional and simplified)
- New: added key F9 to make a screenshot (windowed or fullscreen but in Stability Mode only).
- New: added checkbox for Xtreme Burning Mode.
- Change: Xtreme Burning mode is more gpu-intensive…
- Bugfix: improved OpenGL rendering context to support new ForceWare 180.xx series.
- Bugfix: the QXSGA 2560×2048 resolution was not operational.