Futuremark officially announced the launch of 3DMark Time Spy, which will test the performance of computers under DirectX 12. Although the first information about the new test appeared at the beginning of this year, but this time we have got to know more details about it.

3DMark Time Spy Supports Asynchronous Computing 

3DMark Time Spy is based on a new engine that has been designed to exploit the potential of DirectX 12 – including asynchronous computing. 3DMark Time Spy, besides making use of Directc3D 12_0 and Asynchronous Compute, it will maximize CPU cores (full potential of cores) and native support for multi-GPU configurations, because you can also run tests at 4k resolution in order to squeeze the performance of a multiple GPUs.

Futuremark also announced that Time Spy will be available for users with the free Basic version, as well as for those customers who have purchased Advanced and Professional licenses.

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