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Superposition Benchmark
 
 
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Platforms: PC, Linux
Languages: English
Players: Single-player
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Oct 11, 2016 @ 2:06am
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Superposition Benchmark on PAX East 2017!
Superposition Benchmark: Announcement That Hurts
Description
Release date: Q1 2017
Description
Superposition Benchmark is a new GPU stress-testing tool from UNIGINE, the developers of the very popular and highly acclaimed Heaven and Valley Benchmarks. This powerful benchmark can be effectively used to determine the stability of PC hardware under extremely stressful conditions, as well as check the cooling system's potential under maximum heat output. It also offers highly immersive VR mode with support for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive HMDs.

Key Features
  • Top-notch visuals powered by UNIGINE 2 engine
  • Global leaderboards for benchmark scores
  • Stress load for the GPU heating system
  • Scalable quality settings
  • VR mode (Oculus Rift and HTC Vive)
  • Free interactive mode with mini-games
  • Support for Windows and Linux

Compare your hardware scores with other users worldwide!
Check if your rig is VR-ready!

There will be several editions available: Free, Advanced and Professional.
Popular Discussions View All (3)
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Apr 18 @ 1:02am
We want all your projects in the Steam!
7filin7
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May 6 @ 2:46am
WTF Valve
uBinKIAd
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Mar 26 @ 6:09am
Would Vulkan API Bench Mark would be a Good idea?
T.S.O.ЯR | Twang
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184 Comments
( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) | Dr. Dro Apr 18 @ 1:08am 
I agree. I'd buy Superposition and Valley Advanced without thinking twice off Steam. Hell, even a hypothetical "power user" edition that would add the relevant enthusiast features of the Professional (like per-frame statistics and CPU software rendering, brutally interested in this latter one given my new 18-core CPU), but without a commercial license and maybe cmdline automation (for like, $100 instead of $1000?).

Lots of benchmarks got a pass, why not Unigine? They're easily my favorite benches, because they're actually entertaining and lively instead of brutally competitive with relatively poor art like 3DMark. Like you guys said, they're even Linux/SteamOS compatible while no other tool of the kind is. True shame.
Death-Knell Apr 17 @ 4:38pm 
I dont get why this is incompatible with greenlight and all of the other benchmark software is
Cy Apr 11 @ 4:34pm 
Hopefully Valve will change their minds. Unigine benchmarks run on Linux without a single issue unlike competitors who already are on Steam.
( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) | Dr. Dro Apr 11 @ 3:00pm 
Thanks, man!
☭EuPhobos Apr 3 @ 8:58pm 
3D Mark is benchmark only is approved and Unigine with minigames are not.. What a double standarts! What wrong with you steam?! Or it because unigine is russian project? What, racism going to steam?
TheGamingLance//Live on YT Apr 2 @ 3:02pm 
its going to be good yeessssss
Chad92GTZ Mar 25 @ 2:42pm 
Can't wait!
[Wolf] Daud Mar 20 @ 12:55pm 
Love all the other benchmarks, been using them to test pc's at my workplace for a long time!
Dino Mar 12 @ 10:39am 
Real competitor 3DMark