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ShaderToyMark - OpenGL pixel shader benchmark


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ShaderToyMark 0.3.0 - WinXP / Vista / Win7

What is ShaderToyMark?

ShaderToyMark is an OpenGL benchmark based on hefty pixel shaders. These pixel shaders have been written by demomakers and are available on iq’s WebGL app: Shader Toy. ShaderToyMark is an application built with the GeeXlab demotool. Pixel shaders credits can be found HERE.

Benchmarking a graphics card with ShaderToyMark is simple: launch ShaderToyMark.exe, select your resolution, press the space key, wait for 60 seconds and read the score:

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ShaderToyMark - Pixel shader benchmark - GeeXLab

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