- American Samoa
- Bouvet Island
- British Indian Ocean Territory
- British Virgin Islands
- Burkina Faso
- Cape Verde
- Caribbean Netherlands
- Cayman Islands
- Central African Republic
- Christmas Island
- Cocos (Keeling) Islands
- Congo - Brazzaville
- Congo - Kinshasa
- Cook Islands
- Côte d’Ivoire
- Equatorial Guinea
- Faroe Islands
- French Polynesia
- French Southern Territories
- Heard & McDonald Islands
- Isle of Man
- Macau SAR China
- Marshall Islands
- New Caledonia
- New Zealand
- Norfolk Island
- Northern Mariana Islands
- Palestinian Territories
- Papua New Guinea
- Pitcairn Islands
- Saint Martin
- São Tomé & Príncipe
- Sierra Leone
- Solomon Islands
- South Africa
- South Sudan
- St. Barthélemy
- St. Helena
- St. Martin
- St. Pierre & Miquelon
- Svalbard & Jan Mayen
- Turks & Caicos Islands
- U.S. Outlying Islands
- U.S. Virgin Islands
- United States
- Wallis & Futuna
- Western Sahara
About the game
PC gaming is a quest for performance, a never-ending cycle of upgrading, overclocking, and tweaking your system for faster frame rates, higher resolutions, and better quality visual effects.
3DMark is essential equipment for this quest. For more than 20 years, 3DMark has been the first choice for benchmarking, testing, and comparing PC performance.
There'll always be a new game that demands more performance from your hardware. And there'll always be new hardware that delivers more performance for your games. And so the cycle continues. Welcome to 3DMark, the Gamer's Benchmark.
3DMark includes everything gamers need to benchmark and compare PC performance. It has dedicated tests for all types of PC from lightweight laptops to dedicated desktops. 3DMark will recommend the best benchmark for your hardware.
3DMark tests your system's GPU and CPU performance by rendering extremely demanding game-like scenes in real time. The faster the benchmark runs, the better your score. Now your quest begins. What can you do to get a better score?
Start by comparing your 3DMark score with results from other systems with the same hardware. Lower than average scores may indicate a problem with cooling, configuration, or faulty components. Higher than average scores show the potential for overclocking your hardware. And if you’re wondering what your 3DMark score means for real-world game performance, 3DMark also shows you the frame rates you can expect in a selection of popular games.
Now see how much more performance you can get from your system. Update your drivers. Update Windows. Experiment with system settings. Run 3DMark after every change to track your progress. Identify bottlenecks in your system and compare 3DMark scores to help choose your next upgrade. Ask for advice, share tips, and show off your system in the 3DMark Community Hub on Steam.
Overclocking is an art that takes skill and precision. The goal is to squeeze every drop of performance out of your GPU and CPU. The reward is a free performance upgrade and the satisfaction of pushing your hardware beyond its stock performance.
3DMark is an essential tool for overclockers. Run 3DMark before and after overclocking to measure the performance gain. Use custom benchmark settings to explore your PC's performance limits. Make 3DMark tests more or less demanding by changing the resolution and other settings.
Run 3DMark Stress Tests to check the stability of your overclocks and the effectiveness of your cooling. 3DMark Stress Tests run in a loop to put your system under heavy load for longer than a standard benchmark run.
Challenge your friends to set the highest 3DMark score or compete for the top spot in the 3DMark Steam leaderboards.
For system builders
If you love PC gaming, there's nothing better than building your own custom PC. And if you build it yourself, there's nothing more nerve-racking than turning it on for the first time. Will it boot? Will everything work properly? Whether you're building a complete system from scratch or upgrading a component, 3DMark has you covered.
Run 3DMark and compare your benchmark score with similar systems to make sure your new build is set up correctly. Detailed hardware monitoring charts show you how the CPU and GPU load, temperature, and clock speed changed during your benchmark run—ideal for identifying configuration issues.
Use 3DMark Stress Tests to check the stability of your system and discover faulty hardware while it's still under warranty. Stress testing is also a great way to test and optimize your system's cooling performance. A well-built PC with decent cooling should be able to deliver peak performance for the full duration of a 3DMark Stress Test.
3DMark can help when you are planning an upgrade as well. Search and compare benchmark results from all the latest graphics cards and processors on the 3DMark website to find the models that offer the best performance for your budget.
Better every year
PC gaming never stands still and neither does 3DMark. Every year, we add new benchmarks, tests, and features. We update 3DMark regularly so that you can benchmark the latest PC gaming hardware. When you buy 3DMark today, you benefit from over nine years of continuous development, updates, and enhancements.
By purchasing 3DMark you receive the following content:
- Speed Way – DirectX 12 Ultimate benchmark for gaming PCs
- Time Spy — DirectX 12 benchmark for gaming PCs
- Time Spy Extreme — 4K gaming benchmark with DirectX 12
- Port Royal — Real-time ray tracing benchmark
- Night Raid — DirectX 12 test for PCs with integrated graphics
- Wild Life — Cross-platform benchmark for notebooks and tablets
- Wild Life Extreme — Cross-platform test for notebooks and tablets
- Fire Strike — DirectX 11 benchmark for gaming PCs
- Fire Strike Extreme — DirectX 11 benchmark for gaming PCs
- Fire Strike Ultra — 4K gaming with DirectX 11
- Stress Tests — Test the reliability and stability of your PC
- DirectX Raytracing feature test
- Mesh Shader feature test
- PCI Express feature test
- Sampler Feedback feature test
- VRS feature test
- NVIDIA DLSS feature test
- Intel XeSS feature test
- Custom benchmark settings
- Game performance estimates
- Install tests independently
- Skip benchmark demo option
- Save results offline
- OS: Windows 10, 64-bit
- Storage: 6.9 GB
- Processor: 1.8 GHz dual-core
- Memory: 4GB
- DirectX: DirectX 11*
* You can use 3DMark to test DirectX 9 and DirectX 10 compatible hardware, but you will need a DirectX 12 compatible video card to run all of the tests. DirectX 9 hardware needs Shader Model 3.0 support, 128MB video card memory and WDDM 1.1 drivers.