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    3DMark Android and iOS v1.1 released

    3DMark benchmark comes to iOS (finally!)

    With this new release, Apple users can join millions of PC gamers and more than 250,000 Android owners who use 3DMark to benchmark the gaming performance of their hardware and devices.

    New 3DMark Ice Storm Unlimited benchmark test for iOS and Android

    We've added a new test to 3DMark for making chip-to-chip comparisons across mobile devices and operating systems. 3DMark Ice Storm Unlimited is included in the iOS edition and can be added to the Android edition by updating to the latest version, available now from Google Play.

    3DMark Ice Storm Unlimited provides an accurate way to measure component performance without vertical sync, display resolution scaling and other operating system factors affecting the result..

    In Unlimited mode the rendering engine uses a fixed time step between frames and renders exactly the same frames in every run on every device. The frames are rendered in 720p resolution "offscreen" while the display is updated with small frame thumbnails every 100 frames to show progress.

    Download 3DMark iOS benchmark:
    https://itunes.apple.com/app/3dmark/...9144?ls=1&mt=8

    Download 3DMark Android benchmark:
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...id.application

    Direct APK download for sideloading: http://www.futuremark.com/downloads/3DMark.apk

    How to choose the right benchmark for your device

    Forced vertical sync on iOS and Android devices limits apps to displaying a maximum of 60 frames per second. Your score will be shown as "Maxed out" if your device hits the vertical sync limit during a test. This indicates that the test is too lightweight for your device. 3DMark will recommend the best test for your device to avoid vertical sync limits.

    Use 3DMark Ice Storm to make device-to-device comparisons of mainstream smartphones and tablets. Ice Storm includes two Graphics tests designed to stress the graphical (GPU) performance of your device and a Physics test to stress its processing (CPU) performance. Devices that are too fast for Ice Storm will be prompted to run Ice Storm Extreme instead.

    3DMark Ice Storm Extreme raises the Graphics tests' rendering resolution to 1080p and uses higher quality textures and post-processing effects to create a more demanding load for the latest mobile devices. Devices that are too fast for Ice Storm Extreme will be prompted to run Ice Storm Unlimited.

    Use 3DMark Ice Storm Unlimited to make chip-to-chip comparisons of different chipsets, CPUs and GPUs without vertical sync, display resolution scaling and other operating system factors affecting the result.

    Windows RT version is also complete and in Microsoft App Store review. If approved, it should also arrive very soon.

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    5440 on my iPhone 5 64GB Ice Storm Default.
    3355 on Ice Storm Extreme.
    5552 on Ice Storm Unlimited.



    I'd like to see how well it would run on my iPod Touch 1st gen.

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    Phone: HTC One

    Ice Storm: Maxed Out
    Ice Storm Extreme: 6145
    Ice Storm Unlimited: 10602

    OS: Android 4.2.2
    ROM: Default
    SoC: Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 (Krait 300 (1,7 GHz), Adreno 320 (400MHz))

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    Asus Nexus 7 (2013)

    Ice Storm: Maxed Out
    Ice Storm Extreme: 7183
    Ice Storm Unlimited: 10690

    Last edited by powerarmour; September 18, 2013 at 23:25.

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    Quote Originally posted by Kaotika View Post
    Phone: HTC One

    Ice Storm: Maxed Out
    Ice Storm Extreme: 6145
    Ice Storm Unlimited: 10602

    OS: Android 4.2.2
    ROM: Default
    SoC: Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 (Krait 300 (1,7 GHz), Adreno 320 (400MHz))
    Those scores are amazing - but curious to know how it can be twice as fast as an iPhone 5 (practically) when all other benchmarks show otherwise? Is this something specific to 3Dmark?

    http://www.anandtech.com/show/6747/htc-one-review/13

    Doesn't seem like 3Dmark is credible test.
    Last edited by Zoolook; September 10, 2013 at 15:41.

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    Quote Originally posted by Zoolook View Post
    Those scores are amazing - but curious to know how it can be twice as fast as an iPhone 5 (practically) when all other benchmarks show otherwise? Is this something specific to 3Dmark?.
    I'm guessing the PowerVR 5xx series architecture/drivers just don't suit the 3DMark workload. My Galaxy Nexus performs pretty mediocre in it also...

    The Snapdragon 600 is a pretty damn nice SoC
    Last edited by powerarmour; September 10, 2013 at 16:13.

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    Quote Originally posted by powerarmour View Post
    I'm guessing the PowerVR 5xx series architecture/drivers just don't suit the 3DMark workload. My Galaxy Nexus performs pretty mediocre in it also...

    The Snapdragon 600 is a pretty damn nice SoC
    No doubt it's a nice SoC - but the difference in the benchmarks are startling. Practically every other benchmark shows the A6 either head of, or equal to the 600/320 combo, except good old Futuremark...

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    And you've seen only 1 iPhone 5 result so far?

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    Quote Originally posted by russ18uk View Post
    And you've seen only 1 iPhone 5 result so far?
    Why would there be variances? The hardware is exactly the same - although I guess it could be an anomaly.

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    I have an original iPhone 5 64GB from release days September 2012 if that helps, all official software, no jailbreaks, etc. I'm interested in seeing other iPhone 5 results on here, and other sizes too.

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