- FurMark is a small but demanding benchmark for testing graphics card performance. It is based on the OpenGL library and uses special fur rendering algorithms to measure performance.
FurMark's fur rendering process is designed to put as much load as possible on the GPU installed in the graphics card. It allows not so much to carry out performance tests, but is perfect for testing the stability of the device, for example, after overclocking.
While rendering a simple animation, the tool allows you to view the basic parameters of the graphics card (the amount of GPU resources used, memory, temperature, fan speed, and voltage), as well as the minimum, maximum, and average number of FPS.
Benchmark has several options for adjusting the rendered animation. With their help, we can choose the resolution to be tested, whether the rendering is to be performed in full-screen or windowed mode,
the degree of anti-aliasing (edge smoothing), and such aspects of the animation as dynamic background or camera, duration, etc. FurMark can warn when the GPU reaches a certain temperature, reducing the risk of damaging the graphics card.
Temperature information can also be saved in the form of logs.