March 02, 2015
GFXBench 3.1 introduces a new, OpenGL ES 3.1-based Manhattan test and more intensive low-level tests requiring OpenGL ES 3.0.
GFXBench 3.1 adds advanced OpenGL ES 3.1-features and new special tests to GFXBench.
Compute shaders added to Manhattan for lightning effect, depth-of-field and HDRGeometry asset optimizations in the Manhattan test (30% less geometry)
New, more extensive low-level tests replacing the original low-level tests of GFXBench 3.0. The new low-level tests better approximate the workload of the Manhattan test: Fill 2, Driver Overhead 2, ALU 2
New UI features: all test results now include temperature, CPU & GPU frequency, and frame time graphs to provide additional in-depth information. Just press and hold the score on the results tab to view them.
ASTC texture support as developer-only, corporate feature
GFXBench 3.1 is available on Google Play, on the App Store, Mac App Store and for licensing through our GFXBench GL Benchmark Development Program.
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