3DMark 2.16.7117The world’s most popular benchmark
3DMark is a computer benchmarking application developed to assess the performance of your computer’s graphics card. The program is able to measure the hardware capacity of various devices, from tablets and smartphones to personal computers.
3DMark 2.16.7117 details
|Released:||Jan 14, 2021|
|File size:||6100.00 MB|
|Keywords:||performance benchmark, graphics test, graphics performance, benchmark, performance, 3D Mark|
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3DMark for Windows 10 - Full description
3DMark includes everything you need to benchmark your PC and mobile devices in one app. Whether you're gaming on a smartphone, tablet, notebook, or a desktop gaming PC, 3DMark includes a benchmark designed specifically for your hardware.
With more tests coming soon, we've given 3DMark a new interface that's faster, more flexible and easier too use. What's more, you can now get faster downloads and save storage space by choosing to install only the tests you need.
The latest version of the world's most popular benchmark.
Everything you need to test your PC, notebook, tablet and smartphone.
3DMark recommends the best benchmark for your system.
Compare your 3DMark scores with other Windows, Android and iOS devices.
The right test every time
It's easy to find the right test for your PC. 3DMark automatically scans your hardware & 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.
Detailed charts show you how the CPU and GPU temperatures, clock speeds, and the frame rate changed during your benchmark run.
Explore your PC's performance limits by changing the resolution and other quality settings to make benchmarks more or less demanding.