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3DMark introduces a storage benchmark as DLC


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3DMark, the well-known benchmark used to measure the performance of graphics cards, has been updated to include a storage benchmark. It uses real world workloads that assess the storage capabilities of a system more accurately than would be the case if the tests were simple synthetic tests.

 

The new benchmark is designed to accurately measure and compare all kinds of storage devices, all the way from PCIe 4.0 NVMe drives to SATA drives and even good old mechanical hard drives. The tests include measuring the load times of several popular games including Battlefield V, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and Overwatch. There’s also a test of recording a 1080p gameplay video at 60 FPS with OBS (Open Broadcaster Software) while playing Overwatch, along with a game saving measurement and a file copy test

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Whole article quoted as fairly short. Good to see this though.

 

 

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