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Superposition Benchmark [Official Site], the new tool from UNIGINE Corp will release this week. It looks like it will put some real stress on your system.

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I have it confirmed from Den Shergin, the CEO of UNIGINE, that it will release this week. Exciting, since it features full Linux support. Their website has since been updated to mention this, with the date now set as April 6th (there was no date listed when I asked).

Features:
  • Top-notch visuals powered by UNIGINE 2 Engine
  • Global leaderboards for benchmark scores
  • Stress load for the GPU heating system
  • Scalable quality settings
  • VR mode (Oculus Rift and HTC Vive)
  • Free interactive mode with mini-games
  • Support for Windows and Linux


It was originally said it would feature a few different editions, with one of them being free, which could make it an ideal regular test to do. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
Tags: Benchmark, Steam
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Mountain Man 3 Apr, 2017
Any word on Vulkan support?
ajgp 3 Apr, 2017
Quoting: Mountain ManAny word on Vulkan support?

Agree, we definately need any benchmark to support Vulkan as well as OpenGL
deathxxx 3 Apr, 2017
As usual with Unigine prods, the benchmark should support OpenGL and Direct3D (11/12). But according to some comments, Vulkan support is not planned in the initial release. Source


Last edited by deathxxx on 3 April 2017 at 12:32 pm UTC
natewardawg 3 Apr, 2017
Looks really nice, can't wait to try it :)
M@GOid 3 Apr, 2017
Last week Phoronix did a benchmark of a embargoed "port". Since the results showed a very heavy program being tested, I bet this is it.

On the plus side, a new engine to push developers to optimize the OpenGL 4.5 side of drivers, another engine besides Deus Ex to look into.
ziabice 3 Apr, 2017
*plays the demo video in full screen and Full HD believing is his PC rendering in realtime what he's seeing*

Luke_Nukem 3 Apr, 2017
I've never been excited for a benchmark before...

And I really want to play with the devices in it.
manero666 4 Apr, 2017
Very nice, can't wait to try it out :)
nitroflow 6 Apr, 2017
Delayed to April 11th.
deathxxx 7 Apr, 2017
How many times with this 'Delay'???
Can this will be last one?
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