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FurMark v.1.9.0

Version: 1.9.0Size: 22.86 MBytesAdded: License: Freeware
Type: Windows XP/XP 64-bit/Vista/Vista 64-bit/7/7 64-bit
Description:

FurMark is a very intensive OpenGL benchmark that uses fur rendering algorithms to measure the performance of the graphics card.

Latest Changes:

  • New: support of all latest GeForce GTX 500 and Radeon HD 6000 Series.
  • New: added /gtx500ocp checkbox for GPU-Z to disable GTX 500 OCP (over current protection).
  • New: GPU-Z 0.5.1 and GPU Shark 0.4.1 are now embedded in FurMark.
  • New: added programmble GPU temperature alarm. When GPU temperature exceeds a threshold, an alarm sound is played.
  • New: added warming-up step to benchmarking.
  • New: improved OSD (on-screen display data) readability (key V).
  • New: added GPU monitoring in 3D window.
  • New: added GPU-Z full GPU power consumption data (power, voltage and current) if available.
  • New: caution message displayed before every burn-in test.
  • New: score submission is now limited to two presets: Preset:1080 and Preset:720.
  • New: increased graphics workload.
  • New: added animated background image option based on iq’s code.
  • New: added animated camera option with multiple furry torus.
  • New: two burn-in modes are now available: normal burn-in mode and Xtreme burn-in mode.
  • Bugfix: spikes in temperature graphs are now filtered.
  • Bugfix: many minor bugs.
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