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A new version of FurMark, the GPU burner utility, is available. This update adds the support of latest NVIDIA GeForce (GTX 980 Ti, GTX 900M series) and AMD Radeon graphics cards (R9 Fury X, R9/R7 300 family). GPU Shark and GPU-Z have been updated with their latest versions.
Two new presets have been added for UHD (3840×2160) and QHD (2560×1440) resolutions. Top-20 scores for Preset:1080, Preset:1440 and Preset:2160 can be found HERE.
FurMark 1.16.0.x changelog:
Version 220.127.116.11 - 2014-06-25 ----------------------------- + added new presets: P1440 (QHD) and P2160 (4K/UHD). + added a new command line param to disable the checking of new versions: /no_check_new_version. + added Radeon Radeon R9 Fury X, R9 390X, R9 390, R9 380, R7 370, R7 360, R7 350 and R7 340 support. + added GeForce GTX 980 Ti. + added GeForce GTX 980M, GTX 970M, GTX 965M, GTX 960M and GTX 950M. + added GeForce GT 940M, GT 930M and GTX 920M. ! updated: GPU Shark 0.9.5.0 and GPU-Z 0.8.4 ! updated: ZoomGPU 1.13.0 (GPU monitoring library)
5 thoughts on “FurMark 1.16.0 Released, 4K (P2160) Preset Added”
Two ideas for the future:
Toggle cube and torus in the settings menu (or can it be done live in the render window?)
Open render window at pre-defined postion.
Windowed mode works fine over 2 monitors but i have to drag the window with the mouse to see it completely.
Screenshot in 4480×1080 : https://goo.gl/ZrrGK7
Yes switching between the cube and the torus can be done in real time, no particular problem. I’ll try to add it in one of the next updates. For the ultra wide window, I don’t know if I can open such a multi-screens window. Some tests are needed…
Okay, I could turn the fuzzy object on and off, When it was on, everything slowed to about 1 fps. When it was off, the background was turning smoothly. What does any of this actually mean? Is my graphics card working or not? I’ve been getting really poor performance while web browsing and watching videos. I suspect the card, but I got no useful information from this test. What am I doing wrong?
Compare your GPU to similar ones in the database.
As it lacks of a search function, search in Google like this:
site:ozone3d.net/gpudb furmark “your GPU”
What is your graphics card?
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