Isn’t that product placement a little too subtle? Nah.
Futuremark’s 3DMark 11 is now available and you know what that means? It’s time to show off your e-peen.
I haven’t downloaded a 3DMark release on day one for many years now. The reasons being that it’s no longer that impressive to me and that it’s a waste of bandwidth.
With the release of 3DMark 11 and its tiny 282 MB download, I thought to myself: “Why not?”. It’s like half the size of the last release.
After watching a few flashy demos, the benchmarks ran and here are my results:
I don’t know how this stacks up and I don’t really care. I could compare it with others using this link here or I could start up Fallout: New Vegas. I think I’m going to do the latter.
P.S – For those who are wondering what the PC configuration is, it’s this one.
P.P.S – I haven’t been impressed with a 3DMark since 3DMark 06. Dragons, flying ships, space battles and forest faeries. That was awesome. FutureMark has been slacking since then.