10 Unigine releases Version 3.0 of its Heaven DX11 Benchmark

UNIGINE has just released version 3.0 of its popular DX11 benchmarking tool, Heaven which rolls in a ton of new features and fixes. Some of these include OSX 10.7+ compatibility, multi-monitor support, NVIDIA 3D support and Intel HD 3000 series support (without tessellation).

UNIGINE has just released version 3.0 of its popular DX11 benchmarking tool, Heaven which rolls in a ton of new features and fixes. Some of these include OSX 10.7+ compatibility, multi-monitor support, NVIDIA 3D support and Intel HD 3000 series support (without tessellation).

There have also been a number of improvements made in regards to GPU detection and Mesa driver compatibility as well as a new cross-platform launcher that doesn't depend on .NET.

 

Here's the complete list of what's new :-

- Added Mac OS X version compatible with 10.7+ (no tessellation).
- Added support for Intel HD 3000 GPU (no tessellation).
- Improved support for multi-monitor configurations.
- Added support for NVIDIA 3D Surround (multi-monitor stereo 3D).
- Enhanced NVIDIA 3D Vision support.
- New cross-platform launcher without .NET dependencies.
- Fixed Phoronix Test Suite compatibility issue.
- Fixed minor visual artifacts.
- Improved compatibility with Mesa drivers.
- Improved detection of new GPUs.

The basic version can be downloaded for free, while the professional edition comes in at a hefty US $495 via UNIGINE's online store and provides the following :-

- Command line automation.
- Reports in CSV format.
- Stress testing mode (benchmark looping).
- Technical support.
- Licensed for commercial use.