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BaseMark VRScore benchmark lets you test your VR performance

Posted on Wednesday, March 16 2016 @ 14:07:18 CET by


BaseMark teamed up with Crytek to create VRScore, a new tool to benchmark how well your PC will perform in virtual reality games. The benchmark includes an interactive VR game test, a non-interactive 360-degrees VR video test and a VR spatial audio test. Both DirectX 11 and DirectX 12 are supported, full details can be found at BaseMark's website.
With VRScore, consumers and business users alike are able to reliably test their PC for VR readiness with various head mounted displays (HMDs). Unlike existing tools developed by hardware vendors themselves, VRScore has been developed independently to be an essential source of unbiased information for anyone interested in VR. With VRScore, you can determine how well your PC can run VR content, is your PC powerful enough for the various Head Mounted Displays or do you need an upgrade.
VRScore will be available for download in June. There will be a free version for consumers as well as a paid Pro version.

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