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Futuremark throw up a 3DMark 11 Update

Futuremark release the latest update for 3DMark 11

Shawn Baker | Jun 7, 2011 at 8:58 am CDT (0 mins, 50 secs time to read)

The guys and gals over at Futuremark have thrown together a new update for 3DMark 11 that comes in at just under 17MB. The main happenings behind the update are just some upgraded compatibility features.

Futuremark throw up a 3DMark 11 Update | TweakTown.com

All Editions

Bullet physics library updated to 2.78 to improve compatibility with future CPUs and GPUs
Display scaling mode setting is now available in the Basic Edition
SystemInfo component updated to version 4.0 for improved compatibility with current and future hardware
Improved user messages when the benchmark run is interrupted

Advanced and Profession Edition only

Fixed wireframe mode for the Combined test with NVIDIA hardware
Load/Save result dialog remembers the last used folder

Professional Edition only

Correct watermark is always displayed when benchmark is launched from command line
Command line loop switch with single test now loops without reloading

The latest update won't affect your score, so if you're hoping for some extra Marks, you're out of luck unfortunately. You can grab the 1.0.2 update directly from the Futuremark website here.

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