RyderMark benchmark to be available in March

Posted on Tuesday, Feb 20 2007 @ 22:42 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
HardOCP reports Candella Software released some information and screenshots about their upcoming RyderMark benchmark.

RyderMark supports a bunch of technologies like True 64-bit High Dynamic Range Lighting with Antialiasing, Parallax Occlusion Mapping, Soft Shadows, Normal Mapping, Soft Particles, Full Scene Motion Blur, Depth-of-Field, Heat Haze, Volumetric Explosion and Realistic Water Physics.
Unlike a synthetic benchmark, RyderMark uses 3D models, textures and shaders developed for an actual videogame. This provides gamers with real world results which they can use to make future hardware buying decisions. Complete with true 5.1 Surround Sound, RyderMark provides an unrivalled real-time visual feast for the PC hardware and gaming cognoscenti.
The benchmark will be available for free next month.

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