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3DMark (Steam PC) £3.44 / £2.90 Choice @ Humble Bundle

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3DMark (Steam PC) £3.44 / £2.90 Choice @ Humble Bundle
Posted 28th Aug 2020

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Decent low price here.

Description
3DMark includes everything you need to benchmark your hardware. With its wide range of benchmarks, you can test everything from tablets and notebooks to the latest 4K gaming PCs.

3DMark is for gamers, overclockers and system builders who want to get the most out of their hardware. When you buy 3DMark on Steam you unlock all the tests, settings, and features in 3DMark Advanced Edition.

Better benchmarking with 3DMark


The right test every time
We've made it easy to find the right test for your PC. 3DMark automatically scans your hardware and recommends the best benchmark for your system.

Choose your tests
3DMark grows bigger every year with new tests. When you buy 3DMark from Steam, you can choose to install only the tests you need.

Hardware monitoring
Detailed charts show you how the CPU and GPU temperatures, clock speeds, and the frame rate changed during your benchmark run.

Custom settings
Explore your PC's performance limits with custom benchmark settings. Make the tests more or less demanding by changing the resolution and other settings.

Hope it helps someone.
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Great price
Thanks for posting, bin waiting for this to go on sale again.
help a guy out
I've been building and upgrading PCs for decades and I've never paid for a benchmark program... what is the benefit of this over all of the free benchmarking software out there?
dataowner28/08/2020 21:52

Thanks for posting, bin waiting for this to go on sale again.


Why does your bin want benchmarking software?
robodan91828/08/2020 22:04

help a guy outI've been building and upgrading PCs for decades and I've …help a guy outI've been building and upgrading PCs for decades and I've never paid for a benchmark program... what is the benefit of this over all of the free benchmarking software out there?


Yeah me too. Cinebench seems to be what most YouTubers demo with. Seems odd to pay.
While you could use a bunch of programs (cinebench, unigine, ocat, gpuz, ect) to run benches, it is s bit of a chore using them all to collate and compare information. The way to view 3dmark, really, is an all in one, click once to run tool which outputs all the info you need. If you want ease of use and time saved, its well worth £3 for me, at least.
Edited by: "Bradmonk" 28th Aug
Maybe this has been posted here before, but if you fancy a trip down memory lane you can download the full versions of the older 3DMark here for free, found this on the official 3DMark website so it's legit.
Edited by: "dataowner" 29th Aug
dataowner29/08/2020 00:35

Maybe this has been posted here before, but if you fancy a trip down …Maybe this has been posted here before, but if you fancy a trip down memory lane you can download the full versions of the older 3DMark here for free, found this on the official 3DMark website so it's legit.


This is cool. Pity I can't remember what score I got with my old Duron and Riva TNT 2 to compare to now.
robodan91828/08/2020 22:04

help a guy outI've been building and upgrading PCs for decades and I've …help a guy outI've been building and upgrading PCs for decades and I've never paid for a benchmark program... what is the benefit of this over all of the free benchmarking software out there?


I've used it to test a GPU is working as intended before, sorta as a 'stress-test' as it has the ability to loop and usually using more modern APIs then is available with Unigine's Heaven benchmark I think (I'm not entirely certain but this is what I was informed)
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