FurMark 1.11.0 Released

FurMark 1.11.0

1 – FurMark 1.11.0 Release Highlights

FurMark logo

A new version of FurMark, the popular graphics cards burn-in utility, is available. FurMark 1.11.0 adds the display of NVIDIA GPU Boost limiting policies for GeForce GTX 600 and GTX 700:

FurMark 1.11.0, NVIDIA GPU Boost limiting policies

FurMark 1.11.0, NVIDIA GPU Boost limiting policies

GPU Boost 2.0 has several indicators that show what is currently limiting the performance of a GeForce GTX 600 / GTX 700 card. The performances can be limited by:
– GPU power
– GPU temperature
– GPU voltage
– GPU overvoltage

These indicators are displayed in this order: power / temp / volt / OV. A value of 1 means there is a limitation, a value of 0 means there is no limitation.

I received several feedbacks about the support of AMD Radeon cards in CrossFire. AMD Catalyst drivers include a CrossFire profile for FurMark that means that you have nothing to do to fully exploit your CrossFire system (except for course enabling CrossFire in the CCC and connecting the CrossFire bridge…). Now the minor problem with FurMark is the way a CrossFire system is detected: when CrossFire is enabled, FurMark sees only one GPU which is actually a CrossFire GPU. So to be more accurate, I added in the main GUI and in the 3D window, the CrossFire status:

FurMark 1.11.0, AMD CrossFire status

FurMark 1.11.0, AMD CrossFire status

FurMark 1.11.0 comes with the support of latest GeForce GTX 700 (GTX 780, GTX 770 and GTX 760) and AMD Radeon HD 7990 and GPU monitoring tools have been updated to their latest versions (GPU Shark 0.7.3 and GPU-Z 0.7.2).

2 – FurMark 1.11.0 DOWNLOAD

You can download FurMark 1.11.0 here:
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GpuTest: FurMark + TessMark + other OpenGL tests
for Windows, Linux and OS X

3 – FurMark 1.11.0 changelog

  • added the display of NVIDIA GPU Boost limiting policies for GTX 600 / GTX 700.
  • updated multi-gpu information (NVIDIA SLI and AMD CrossFire) in the main GUI and in the 3D window.
  • added support of GeForce GTX 700 Series (GTX 780, GTX 770 and GTX 760) as well as Radeon HD 7990.
  • updated with GPU Shark 0.7.3 and GPU-Z 0.7.2.
  • update: ZoomGPU 1.8.18 (GPU monitoring library).

FurMark main user interface

10 thoughts on “FurMark 1.11.0 Released”

  1. Diliden

    Why would my power for a GTX 660 be limited? And great program thnx

  2. idan

    could you please explain further on the limiting ? i have Power limiting my device and i would like to know how to fix it

  3. nokinho93

    Great program.Ihave some problems while I play games,screen goes black and than error appears floating around screen saying “Hz ?”.So I decide to try with FurMark and same thing is happend.Im also notice that my GPU fan dont work so that is probably the problem.

  4. babbott165

    I was playing the Final Fantasy XIV Beta, Phase 4 and having video crashing. I would by on Skype and everything would run fine and still work, except my video went out. I took the side panel off of my case and pointed a fan straight onto my GPU (2x SLI) and CPU. When talking with a friend he recommended this to test. Here are my system specs real fast so you know what I’m running:
    ০Corsair Graphite Series 600T Special Edition Mid Tower Computer Case (White)

    ০ASUS SABERTOOTH Z77 LGA 1155 Intel Z77 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard

    ০Intel Core i7-3770K Quad-Core Processor 3.5 GHz 8 MB Cache LGA 1155 – BX80637I73770K

    PCU Cooler:
    ০Intel Thermal Solution Liquid
    ০SilverStone 120mm Air Penetrator Air Channeling Case Fan 1500rpm (Black) (Push/Pull)

    ০Corsair Vengeance 16GB (2x8GB) DDR3 1600 MHz (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory (CMZ16GX3M2A1600C10)

    ০Corsair Enthusiast Series TX850M Watt ATX/EPS 80 PLUS Bronze (TX750)

    ০ 2x SLI GIGABYTE GV-N670OC-2GD GeForce GTX 670 Windforce OC 2048MB GDDR5 256-bit PCI Express 3.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Support Graphics

    Cooling Fans:
    ০ 2x Cooler Master SickleFlow 120mm Blue LED Computer Case Fan (R4-L2R-20AC-GP)

    Hard Drives:
    ০Samsung 840 Series SSD 250GD Sata 2.5-Inch (For OS)
    ০1TB WDC WD1001FAES-75W7A0 HDD (Mass Storage)

    Optical Drive:

    ০Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64-bit (6.1, Build 7601)

    ০Dell ST2410 24” Full HD Widescreen Monitor LCD (1920×1080 @ 60HZ) Resolution

    It ran flawlessly with no crashing. I’m stumped. Well here is my result from running it. I have no idea what it means.

    Burn-in Score: 2306 points

    22704 frames, 25 FPS, 70’C
    Resolution: 1920×1080 (FS) – AA:4 samples
    FPS: min:23, avg:25 – OPTIONS: DynBkg

    System Info:
    Renderer: Geforce GTX 670/PCIe/SSEE2 (10DE-1189)
    Drivers: (8-18-2013)-GL:nvoglv64
    Clocks: GPU core: 1188 MHz, memory: 3004 MHz
    CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3770K CPU @ 3.50GHz
    CPU Speed: 3510MHz
    System Memory: 16330 MB
    OS: Windows 7 64-bit build 7601[Service Pack 1]

  5. Danny Plemons

    I am currently running FurMark 1.10.3 on Rhel 6.1. My system has a GT650M (EK107). I have four 1920 x 1200 displays connected and configured in the NVIDIA control panel as TWIN View. I am essentially running an extended desktop of 7680 x 1200. I have selected the default image size of 7680 x 4800 within FurMark control panel. I can only get the corresponding FurMark dynamically rendered image on 3 of the 4 displays. Any suggestions to enable me to get FurMark to execute on all 4 displays?



  6. George

    I cant make it start. Windows is searching the web for a solution and nothing. I have tried anything i can to start the programm but i cant. Any suggestions?
    Thank you

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