3DMark 11 Release Date Announced, Pre-ordering Begins New Trailer Shows Off Latest Tech in DirectX 11 Benchmark HELSINKI, FINLAND – November 19, 2010 – Futuremark® announced today that 3DMark® 11, the latest version of the industry standard benchmark for real-time 3D graphics, will be released on November 30. 3DMark 11 Advanced Edition priced at $19.95 can be pre-ordered today from http://www.3dmark.com/. Futuremark has updated the 3DMark website to highlight the exclusive features in the Advanced Edition and has released a new pre-order preview trailer showing graphical improvements in the Deep Sea and High Temple scenes. A selection of new before and after screenshots demonstrate tessellation, volumetric lighting and other effects created with DirectX 11. The new 3DMark 11 Pre-order Preview trailer shows off a number of improvements from the previously released work-in-progress tech demo videos. The Deep Sea scene now includes particle effects in the water as submersibles explore the sea bed and discover a sunken World War II submarine. In the High Temple scene the foliage is now animated and there are changes in the lighting conditions as the sun sets on the mysterious temple. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-eY_En9VcwM 3DMARK 11 BASIC EDITION – Free, available from November 30 - Performance PC benchmark preset - Audio visual demo, fixed at 720p - Browse, search and compare results online - Store one result online 3DMARK 11 ADVANCED EDITION - $19.95 – PRE-ORDER NOW - Entry level PC benchmark preset - Performance PC benchmark preset - Extreme PC benchmark preset - Custom benchmark settings - Audio visual demo, custom resolutions - Benchmark looping for stability testing - Browse, search and compare results online - Unlimited online results storage - Hide results from public view - Offline result management - Advert-free online service 3DMark 11 will be released on November 30, 2010. The Advanced Edition can be pre-ordered now from http://www.3dmark.com/ Please visit the official website for more trailers, screenshots and information.
Nice, now i just have to win a sick computer from hothardware so this will be usefull to me.
Time to start the ass kissing.
sounds like to the right time to release that software and post some great scores @ HH, who is up for that challenge?
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Won't be able to until I get the GTX580 bought and installed.
Dogs are great judges of character, and if your dog doesn't like somebody being around, you shouldn't trust them.
But i'm still using a 7300GT.. what a pity
Are you sure that's a benchmark? It looks more like an advertisement for Antec and MSi.
Will be be hearing another round of outrage from chipset devs, saying that FutureMark doesn't do things like an actual game engine would, and is therefore not a good representation of the relative power of their specific cards?
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
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