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Futuremark launches world’s first 4K ‘Ultra HD’ benchmark

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The buzz around 4K gaming has been growing fast this year, with many enthusiasts adopting new monitors as they come down in price but until now, there hadn’t been an Ultra HD benchmarking tool available. Futuremark has officially released Fire Strike Ultra, the world’s first 4K benchmark, which is now available to use in the latest version of 3DMark.

 

WEW!!! More benchmarks so cool!!!... Bring out those Awesome GPU'S 

Source: http://www.kitguru.net/components/graphic-cards/matthew-wilson/futuremark-launches-worlds-first-4k-ultra-hd-benchmark/

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Awesome. I hope the push for 4k content continues and the prices drop for 4k monitors. I'd love to get a 4k monitor as my next upgrade.

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and another thing i will never be able to use :(

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Very excite. I'm downloading the update right now. Hopefully my R9 295x2 will kick some 4K butt.  :D

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Very excite. I'm downloading the update right now. Hopefully my R9 295x2 will kick some 4K butt.  :D

Knowing that it's Futuremark.. Good luck and God speed, bring a fire extinguisher.

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Don't think I'm quite ready

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"you need a GPU with at least 3GB of VRAM"

 

lol wow. cant even try with 2

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Don't think I'm quite ready

I honestly dont think anyone is ready for 4K yet. It requires so much horsepower to keep a good consistent frame rate across all games to have a good experience. maybe in a couple of years after the proccess node has shrinked a bit; we will be ready.

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can't wait to throw my duel r9 290s at it!

this should be very interesting seeing how hot they get, considering playing BF4 my cpu bottlenecks my entire system so i never even get close to 70% usage, let alone 100%

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I honestly dont think anyone is ready for 4K yet. It requires so much horsepower to keep a good consistent frame rate across all games to have a good experience. maybe in a couple of years after the proccess node has shrinked a bit; we will be ready.

check Linus SLi scaling guide, it is more about optimising games for multi gpus than raw horsepower

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im thinking about downloading this, JUST BECAUSE I CAN. doubt it will end well.

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I guess you could say that score is '4K ready'  B)

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'waits for 3dmark advanced on steam sale..............' :D

I grabbed it for like £2 when it went on sale.

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I grabbed it for like £2 when it went on sale.

 

 

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And I'm just sitting here with a 570 and 1.25 GB of VRAM....

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maybe this will help debunk the magical amd lead at 4k?

 

It's not magic and there's nothing to debunk. Its because the memory bandwidth on AMD gpus is much larger. Nvidia uses an algorithm to recycle old textures to compensate for their smaller bandwidth, which at resolutions like 1080p works quite nicely, the problem is that the algorithm doesn't scale up to higher resolutions very well. The data still needs to be crammed through the same amount of space, and the amount of throughput required for 4K is too much for 'texture recycling' to handle.

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And I'm just sitting here with a 570 and 1.25 GB of VRAM....

 

Run the benchmark anyway just to see what happens. I'm curious to see how fermi handles 4k but I'm to lazy to swap in my GTX 580.

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Run the benchmark anyway just to see what happens. I'm curious to see how fermi handles 4k but I'm to lazy to swap in my GTX 580.

Crashed when loading 3rd test... averaged 1.25ish FPS. Demo was literally like a slide show.

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