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    3DMark Wild Life cross platform graphics benchmark released

    Versions for Android and Windows (Vulkan), and iOS (Metal), now available.
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    Re: 3DMark Wild Life cross platform graphics benchmark released

    Because it's not free that will limit its appeal but also mean it will be less useful
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    Re: 3DMark Wild Life cross platform graphics benchmark released

    So my results:

    TR1950/Vega 56 - 42 796 (256.26 FPS)
    Iphone 11 - 7290 (43 FPS)
    Ipad Pro 10.5 2017 - 5375 (32 FPS)
    Samsung 9+ (Exynos) - 2362 (14.10 FPS)


    Not in the office today to test on more devices.
    But mobile GPUs are still faraway even from lower-middle-class desktop GPU.
    The thing is, they are getting more than good enough. And that is a big thing.
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    Re: 3DMark Wild Life cross platform graphics benchmark released

    The current record score is 109,396 on a PC featuring an Intel Core i9-9900KS and Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090
    I think it would have been wiser to say "at the time of writing" as that score is now 27th place

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    Re: 3DMark Wild Life cross platform graphics benchmark released

    Quote Originally Posted by 3dcandy View Post
    Because it's not free that will limit its appeal but also mean it will be less useful
    Devs have to eat too

    I think use for the end-user is limited, it's really for reviewers to help them compare phones especially, even more so if the stress test helps detect boosting stability.

    I can get around the top 1060 result But.. my score is invalid due to g-sync/v-sync and I'm not going to mess around with global settings since it took long enough to get it working how I want (per application settings fire fine for individual 3dmark tests but still flag as invalid due to the global settings)

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    Re: 3DMark Wild Life cross platform graphics benchmark released

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    Devs have to eat too

    I think use for the end-user is limited, it's really for reviewers to help them compare phones especially, even more so if the stress test helps detect boosting stability.

    I can get around the top 1060 result But.. my score is invalid due to g-sync/v-sync and I'm not going to mess around with global settings since it took long enough to get it working how I want (per application settings fire fine for individual 3dmark tests but still flag as invalid due to the global settings)
    Exactly - perhaps I wasn't quite clear enough. I just think as you say it's a limited tool currently
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    Re: 3DMark Wild Life cross platform graphics benchmark released

    RTX 2080 Ti, i7-8700: 60142 360 fps

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