Download 3DMarkBasic edition - 3DMark is the 2013 release of a benchmark designed to measure the performance of computer hardware. This version includes three different tests, each designed for a specific type of hardware ranging from smartphones to high-performance gaming PCs. 3DMark works by running intensive graphical and computational tests on your hardware. The more powerful your hardware, the smoother the tests will run. Don't be surprised if your frame rates are low as 3DMark tests are very demanding. Each test gives a score, which you can use to compare similar devices and systems.
Hot on the heels of all the hardware announcements at Computex, our new 3DMark Sky Diver benchmark test is ready to download and use today. Every single 3DMark user - more than a million and counting - will get Sky Diver as a free update. For new users, Sky Diver is unlocked and ready to use in all editions of 3DMark.
Unlike previous versions, there is no overall 3DMark score, only individual test scores. When testing devices or components, be sure to use the most appropriate test for the hardware's capabilities and report your results using the full name of the test.
Added Fire Strike Ultra, a new 4K Ultra HD benchmark test. You don't need a 4K monitor to run Fire Strike Ultra, though you will need a GPU with at least 3 GB of dedicated memory.
Fixed the "Workload Single init returned error message: bad lexical cast" issue affecting some systems.
New design for main benchmark selection screen.
Improved benchmark logging to assist customer support.
3DMark is now more robust when there is a problem identifying or monitoring the hardware in the system.
Professional Edition only
You can now set command line options within .3dmdef files.
Minor syntax changes to the .3dmdef definition files. You may need to update your existing scripts if using automation. See Command Line Guide for details.
Added command line logging options.
Command line progress logging now includes workload names and loop numbers.
Removed empty log lines from command line output.
The new 3DMark includes everything you need to benchmark your hardware. With three all new tests you can bench everything from lightweight tablets to the latest gaming desktops. And it's not just for Windows. With 3DMark you can compare your scores with Android and iOS devices too. It's the most powerful and flexible 3DMark Futuremark has ever created.
Futuremark will offer three versions:
3DMark Basic Edition - FREE
Includes all three tests: Ice Storm, Cloud Gate and Fire Strike.
Test everything from tablets to gaming PCs.
Easy to use, no technical know-how needed.
Free online account to manage your results.
3DMark Advanced Edition - $24.99
Run each test individually for faster benchmarking.
Unlock the Fire Strike Extreme preset for extreme hardware.
Explore your PC's performance limits with custom settings.
Use benchmark looping for stability testing and burning in.
Get in-depth insights with interactive performance graphs.
Automatically save your results offline.
3DMark Professional Edition -$995.00
Licensed for business and commercial use.
Command line automation.
Image Quality Tool.
Private offline results option.
Export results as XML.
The build installer is 1.5 GB, so that is a pretty hefty download. This is because it's essentially three benchmarks in one and has about three times the test content of 3DMark 11
Cross-platform benchmarking With the new 3DMark, for the first time, you can measure the performance of Windows, Windows RT, Android and iOS devices and directly compare scores across all four platforms. Check the Futuremark website for the latest information on cross-platform availability. Please note that the more demanding tests requiring more advanced hardware will only be available in the Windows versions of 3DMark initially.
What's New in 3DMark
This is a major update that adds Sky Diver, a new DirectX 11 benchmark for gaming laptops and mid-range PCs. Sky Diver is ideal for testing systems with mainstream graphics cards, mobile GPUs, integrated graphics and other DirectX 11 hardware that cannot achieve double-digit frame rates in Fire Strike.
You can now run benchmarks individually in 3DMark Basic Edition.
SystemInfo module updated to 4.29 for improved hardware detection.
On Windows 7, Service Pack 1 is required for 3DMark version 1.3.XXX onwards.
Professional Edition only - The filenames of the .3dmdef definition files used for running 3DMark from the command line have changed with this release. You may need to update your existing scripts if using automation.
Complete Windows benchmarking toolkit On Windows, this version of 3DMark is the first to include tests for DirectX 11, DirectX 10, and DirectX 9 level hardware within one application. All three tests, even those targeting DirectX 9 and DirectX 10 compatible hardware are powered by modern DirectX 11 engines using Direct3D feature levels. The new 3DMark is best and most versatile benchmark we have ever created.