Futuremark proudly continues their tradition of presenting the new
version of the most popular 3D benchmark program in the world every two
years (give or take a couple of months). This developer first reached
global popularity while under the name MadOnion, when they premiered
3DMark 2000, soon followed by 3DMark 2001 (SE), only to revert back to
their original name, “Futuremark”, in 2002, taken way back in 1997.
Besides this benchmark family, Futuremark is also famed for their
PCMark, a complete system benchmark suite, but also 3DMark Mobile, a
program for mobile devices. This time, we're reviewing the latest 3DMark
11, which implements all new technologies that DirectX 11 has to offer,
and we have to admit that it looks impressive...
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