Futuremark VRMark 1.3.2020 (1.9 GB) is a virtual reality test. VRMark includes three performance tests for VR and recognition modes where you can view the test chamber on a VR helmet or on a monitor.
- Make sure your PC meets the performance requirements for HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.
- Test your PC with three VR performance tests. VR helmet is not required.
- Detailed results and timetable for monitoring devices.
- Explore the test chamber in your VR or monitor in recognition mode.
- Test before purchasing a VR helmet
Performance requirements for VR games are significantly higher than for regular PC games. Before buying HTC Vive or Oculus Rift, test your PC with a VRMark test to see if it is capable of doing VR.
VRMark includes three VR performance tests running on your monitor. VR helmet is not required. You can also connect a VR helmet and use recognition mode to assess the quality of VR usage with your own eyes.
- Orange Space Test
The VRMark Orange Room test shows a high level of detail that can be achieved on PCs that meet the recommended requirements for HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. If your PC passes this test, then it is ready for the two most popular VR systems available today.
- The Cyan Room Test
Cyan Room is a DirectX 12 test for VR. The content of the test consists of complex environments and many developing effects. The Cyan Room Test is built on a DirectX 12 engine and lets you analyze how using APIc with less overhead helps developers create an impressive VR world when computing resources from the system are relatively limited. Cyan Room requires Windows 10 (64-bit) and a graphics processor that supports DirectX 12.
- Blue Room Test
The Blue Room test is a more complex test and is ideal for testing the latest graphics cards. Thanks to the powerful 5K rendering and 3D ray effects, Blue Room improves the standard for next generation equipment.
- Detailed results and reports
After each test, you will see if your PC is ready for VR or not. You’ll get overall ratings for your PC that you can use to compare systems, as well as detailed graphics that show your PC’s performance during the test.
- Reading mode
VR Helmet uses a method that keeps up with missed frames. In socialization mode, you will be able to assess the quality of VR usage with your own eyes. Check the test chamber in the VR or on your monitor.
Minimum system requirements:
- OS: Windows 7 (64-bit) with Service Pack 1
- Processor: Dual-core processor with SSE 4.1 support
- RAM: 2 GB of RAM
- Video: Video card with 1.5 Gb of memory
- DirectX: Version 11
- Network: Broadband Internet Connection
- Disk space: 2 GB
- Optional: To run VRMark testing on a VR helmet, your system must meet the hardware requirements specified by the manufacturer.