Test package Futuremark VRMark will show whether your PC games into virtual reality

The company Futuremark known for its 3DMark test packages, has released a new product. It’s called VRMark and designed in order to define if the PC to work with virtual reality.

VRMark includes two tests: the Orange Room and the Blue Room, which run on the monitor and do not require a headset. The first is focused on the PC matching the recommended requirements to work with the helmets of the HTC Vive and the Oculus Rift. The second creates more pressure on the PC, so it is perfect for the definition of «margin of safety» of the computer in the near future, if the focus is on VR games. For example, in the test Orange Room PC with CPU Intel Core i5-4590 and GeForce GTX 970 5175 gaining points and shows the average framerate of over 90 fps.

Besides the result, the tests also show and compare the test PC with some standard options. Version VRMark Basic Edition available for free download, and a version of Advanced Edition that allows you to configure the test parameters, asking $20.


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