Cross-Platform GPU Benchmarking Utility

GpuTest works on Windows XP through 8, on 64-bit architecture

By on November 13th, 2012 13:06 GMT

There is a new GPU benchmarking utility on the market. It is called GpuTest and the current build number is 0.2.0. It is cross-platform (Windows, Mac and Linux) and it is based on Open GL. On Windows, it runs from XP through 8.

GpuTest 0.2.0 runs only on 64-bit architecture and the developer notes that it is quite unlikely for a 32-bit variant to be released.

This is the first public version of the application and at the moment there are only three tests available, with more to come in future releases.

Two of the tests are based on FurMark (OpenGL 2.1 or 3.2) and TessMark (OpenGL 4.0), while the third is a geometry instancing test (OpenGL 3.3), GiMark.

Only GiMark and FurMark are available for Mac systems, while, on Windows and Linux, you can deploy all of them.

Download GpuTest for Windows

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