Tag Archive: DirectX 12

UL Releases 3DMark Night Raid DirectX 12 Benchmark

UL Releases 3DMark Night Raid DirectX 12 Benchmark

UL Releases 3DMark Night Raid DirectX 12 Benchmark Today we are releasing 3DMark Night Raid, a new DirectX 12 benchmark test for notebooks, laptops and tablets with integrated graphics. Night Raid also has native ARM support for the latest Always Connected PCs powered by Windows 10 on ARM. Night Raid is a free update for all editions of …

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VRMark Cyan Room DirectX 12 VR Benchmark Coming Soon

VRMark Cyan Room DirectX 12 VR Benchmark Coming Soon Futuremark is excited to announce that VRMark Cyan Room—our new DirectX 12 benchmark test for VR—will be released on November 22. VRMark is a benchmarking application for measuring VR performance. You can run VRMark tests on your monitor—no headset required—or on a connected HMD. Each benchmark runs …

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3DMark Time Spy Extreme 4K DirectX 12 Benchmark Available

3DMark Time Spy Extreme 4K DirectX 12 Benchmark Available Today Futuremark released a major update for 3DMark today that adds Time Spy Extreme, a new DirectX 12 benchmark test for 4K gaming PCs. Time Spy Extreme is a benchmark for gamers who want to play at the highest settings, system builders configuring 4K-capable machines, and overclockers …

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GDC14: Microsoft DirectX 12 Debuts

At the 2014 Game Developers Conference (GDC14) this morning, Microsoft revealed their new DirectX 12 graphics API built upon Direct3D 12. The briefing was light on solid details and heavy on imagination, but still revealed enough solid evidence to provide a working proof in concept prototype that portends to offers real-world performance benefits. Overall, Direct3D 12 can be summed up as: performance optimizations derived through refined allocation of processor resources.

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Microsoft DirectX 12 and Windows 7 Support

Microsoft DirectX History GDC14

At the 2014 Game Developers Conference (GDC14) this morning Microsoft revealed DirectX 12, built upon Direct3D 12. For those who ride the cutting edge of game development, the latest features announced in Direct3D 12 are strikingly similar to those already present from one of their partners: AMD’s Mandle API. Benchmark Reviews will deliver a preview of DirectX 12 features and improvements in a parallel article, and focus on one very important question in this piece: will DirectX 12 support the Microsoft Windows 7 operating system?

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