FurMark - GPU stress test and OpenGL benchmark

FurMark 1.18.0 Released (Updated: v1.18.2.0)



A maintenance release of FurMark, the popular GPU burner, is available. One year after the release of version 1.17, it was time to update the bad boy of GPU tools.


FurMark logo - GPU stress test

1 – Release highlights

FurMark 1.18.0 adds the support of recent GeForce Series 10 (like the GTX 1080 or the GTX 1060) and Radeon RX 400 (like the RX 470) GPUs. The preset:2160 (3840×2160 / 4k resolution) is available in the command line (/preset=2160) and the 5k resolution (5120×2880) has been added to the resolution selection box. FurMark 1.18 fixes a bug in the reading of the current GPU clock speed value on Radeon graphics cards.

Additional utilities (GPU Shark and GPU-Z) have been updated to their latest versions.


Update: version 1.18.2.0
FurMark 1.18.2.0 is available and adds the support of NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 / GTX 1050 Ti, Quadro P5000, Quadro P6000, Quadro M6000 12GB, M6000 24GB, Quadro K620, K1200 and K2200. GPU-Z has been updated to version 1.12.0 while GPU Shark is available in version 0.9.10.3.


FurMark, stress test session

2 – Download

You can download FurMark from the following link:
 


 
Useful links:



FurMark, GIGABYTE GTX 1080 XTREME Gaming stress test session

3 – Changelog

Version 1.18.2.0 - 2016-11-08
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+ added support of GeForce GTX 1050, GTX 1050 Ti, 
  Quadro P5000, Quadro P6000, Quadro M6000 12GB, M6000 24GB, 
  Quadro K620, K1200 and K2200.
! updated: GPU Shark 0.9.10.3 and GPU-Z 1.12.0
! updated: ZoomGPU 1.19.4 (GPU monitoring library)


Version 1.18.1.0 - 2016-09-13
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+ added command line parameter to enable or disable the dynamic background (/enable_dyn_bkg=1 or
  /enable_dyn_bkg=0).
! updated: GPU Shark 0.9.10.2 and GPU-Z 1.11.0.
! updated: ZoomGPU 1.19.3 (GPU monitoring library).


Version 1.18.0.0 - 2016-08-24
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+ added support of recent GeForce GPUs (GTX 1080, GTX 1070, GTX 1060 6GB, GTX 1060 3GB).
+ added support of recent Radeon GPUs (RX 480, RX 470, RX 460).
* fixed: reading of the current value of the clock speeds on Radeon GPUs.
* fixed: screenshots (F9) are correctly generated (in the new screenshots/ folder).
  In some cases, you have to start FurMark with admin rights to be able to save screenshots.
+ added 5k resolution (5120x2880) to the resolution selection box.
+ added preset:2160 (4k) in the command line options (/preset=2160).
! updated: GPU Shark 0.9.10.0 and GPU-Z 1.10.0.
! updated: ZoomGPU 1.19.1 (GPU monitoring library).


FurMark at iBUYPOWER:
FurMark stressing iBuyPower Phantom PCs

FurMark, main user interface



15 comments

  • Tugrul_512bit

    1080p preset: 292 points

    R7-240 @ 600/600

  • Tugrul_512bit

    1080p preset: 428 points

    R7-240 @ 900/900 and +%20 power

  • Paul1k

    I choose 8xmsaa but during the test there is 0xmsaa, what’s wrong?

  • Darren

    Hi,

    Is this going to ba available for Mac anytime soon? The last OSX release of Furmark doesn’t work with OSX Sierra – and I need to do a test

    • Yes, a major update of GpuTest (with a change of name at the same time) is planned (GpuTest includes FurMark).

  • dfgshsd

    GeekX, please create the linux version

  • X400

    Can you sign your binaries?

  • i7 7700k/8gb/GTX1070 8gb
    в 720 – 9357
    в 1080 – 5900

  • Ishq

    hi there i want to know which GPU card is economical and i better to play Batman Arkham Knight, BioShock Infinite, Call of Duty Advanced Warfare (2014), Mafia III, Rise Of The Tomb Raider

    at some good graphics,
    my current system specs are:
    Processor : i7 1st gen
    Ram : 8GB
    GPU : ATi Radeon HD 6850

    i am looking for a graphics card to run above mentioned games, but unfortunately don’t know much about them.
    budget will stay under $200, please suggest me.

    • Bandit

      I would recommend an R9 380X or it’s NVidia equivalent or better for 1080p gaming. You want something with at least 2000+ shader cores to achieve the global gaming standard. Any R9 380/RX 480 card will achieve that right out of the box without any overclocking even with a modest 4 core APU/CPU. Anything less than that, and your looking at Crosfire/SLI, and/or, Overclocking your system.

  • EB

    1920×1080 (FS) – AA:0 samples
    10581 points
    GTX 1080 ti

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