Computer hardware is something that users have lately been very conscious about. As awareness about GPU and other hardware parts increases day by day, users and testers have been using a lot of tools to make out the right choice of products. Talking about GPU, you might at present come across the most number of people than ever before who are really bothered about GPU and clock speed and memory and what not! So basically, the performance of a GPU is now taken as the direct, influencing factor which a lot of people are looking more deeply into.
Talking about tools, many third-party developers have come up with several ways to detect, measure, and state the conditions and potential of a GPU. FurMark is an OpenGL benchmark that uses fur rendering algorithms to measure and score the performance of graphics cards (GPU).
The Fur rendering method is also known as GPU burner as this form of procedure uses an overheating method to check stability and stress-test a GPU.
The all-new, latest version of FurMark is now out for download. The latest version is the FurMark 184.108.40.206, out on October 30, 2020. This OpenGL benchmark is supported on Windows 10, 8, and 7 (32-bit as well as 64-bit). The file size of this application is 11.6 MB. You can check out the update log of the latest version below-
Changelog 220.127.116.11 (October 30th, 2020)
added support of NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070
updated: GPU-Z 2.35
updated: GPU Shark 0.19.0.0
updated: ZoomGPU 1.27.1 (GPU monitoring library)
Click the link below to be redirected to the page from where you can choose the desired server and download FurMark 18.104.22.168.
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