Will push graphics cards to do some heavy ray tracing
UL Benchmarks has released a 3DMark test that is meant to measure pure ray-tracing performance, and while it is not a benchmark, and that means it won't produce a total score, it will still be interesting to compare frame rates on graphics cards.
Looks close and/or better than RTX 2080 Ti
With Nvidia Geforce RTX 3070 scheduled to launch on October 29th, it comes as no surprise that we are now seeing some first leaks about the performance, aside from earlier Nvidia banchmarks. and judging from 3DMark scores, it could be close to the RTX 2080 Ti.
With significant clock increase
Both the revised Zen 2 Ryzen 9 3900XT and the Ryzen 7 3800XT have been spotted in the 3DMark database, confirming earlier rumors that we could see a significant boost in clocks for these new CPUs.
New X3 graphics beats Ryzen 7 4800U
Intel launched its 10th generation Core architecture on May 27, 2019, at Computex last year, and it is most likely aiming to launch a Tiger Lake successor in a similar time frame. Ice Lake U will get replaced by Tiger Lake U, and the first leaks suggest a base clock of 3GHz.
Up to 50 percent boost on RTX series
It was just a matter of time before UL Benchmarks' added DLSS support to its ray tracing 3DMark Port Royal benchmark, and according to Nvidia, it shows a possible 50 percent boost in performance on RTX series graphics cards.
First dedicated Ray Tracing benchmark
As announced earlier, UL Benchmarks has now officially launched its first dedicated ray tracing benchmark, the 3DMark Port Royal.
Shows some effects in a new video
UL Benchmark has delivered on its previous promise and has announced both the release date as well as pricing for its upcoming 3DMark Port Royal, a benchmark with support for DirectX Raytracing (DXR) API.
3DMark Port Royal
UL Benchmarks has announced that its newest benchmark for ray tracing will be coming in January 2019, dubbed 3DMark Port Royal.
Enough for 9,275 score in Time Spy Extreme
While most reviews have focused on the automated way to scan for the maximum stable overclock, Vince "K|NGP|N" Lucido was quite keen to pour some LN2 on the GTX 2080 Ti FE, pushing it to impressive 2,415MHZ for the GPU and 8,658MHz for the memory.