FurMark 1.17.0 Released

FurMark - GPU and videocard stress test - OpenGL benchmark

A maintenance release of FurMark is available. FurMark adds the support of the GeForce GTX 950 and fixes the Windows 10 detection issue. GPU Shark and GPU-Z additional utilities have been updated to their latest versions.


Useful links:

FurMark, main user interface

FurMark, GPU stress test session

FurMark 1.17.0.x changelog:

Version - 2014-08-21
+ added support of GeForce GTX 950.
! updated Windows 10 detection code.
! updated: GPU Shark and GPU-Z 0.8.5
! updated: ZoomGPU 1.14.0 (GPU monitoring library)

FurMark logo - GPU stress test

9 thoughts on “FurMark 1.17.0 Released”

  1. Cheng

    in my system the software always print ℃ as 癈
    what’s the problem?

    1. Luke

      Most people in the world including all scientists use that instead of Fahrenheit. Its a bit confusing if you aren’t used to it. I am in the USA so it does take getting into. You can pick it up quick and there are many apps on phones and computers

  2. Samm

    score 219, FPS 3 . From what I’ve seen this is pretty pathetic. I ran this on my white macbook running Mavericks OS X 10.9.5. A private licensed mac repair place said my mac disk is dying, but I don’t get that from the disk utility. I open a folder and sometimes there are files (MyFiles in Finder). But when I try to open any of the folders in the main folder, or even files, the folder/file frame appears. But inside this frame is what looks like the dock, repeated over and over horizontally, part of the folder, part of the folder underneath, and a perfect reproduction of the side of finder which lists networks, my name, photos, etc that you would usually see on the left side of Finder. I can’t even get my data off this macbook., and I need the password lists.

  3. Junglist

    This is the best program to test GPU stability, it burns card harder than any benchmark or game, so if you like temps in furmark you will love them in-game

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