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Check out this PC benchmark tool from Unigine


6:30 PM on 09.25.2013
PC benchmark toolCheck out this PC benchmark tool from Unigine photo



Are you itching to test out your brand new PC, or do you want to see how your current one holds up? Feel free to use this new benchmark tool, which renders a 64 million square meter environment that can be explored. You can view the valley from above, or hit the camera mode button to drop in and roam freely.

Unigine Corp. CEO Denis Shergin says "you can find a rig for less than $1000 to run the benchmark smoothly," so don't give up if your machine isn't on the cutting edge. The company hopes to get recognition from developers, and states it would love for them to use the engine.

Valley Benchmark [Unigine via Wired]






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