3DMark 11 to be released on November 30th, pre-orders are a go

3DMark logoFuturemark has just announced that its highly-anticipated DirectX 11-capable benchmarking software, 3DMark 11, will be available on November 30th in three versions - free, Advanced and Professional, the latter two being up for pre-order at $19.95 and $995, respectively.

The incoming test tool features three pre-defined presets (Entry, Performance and Extreme) and requires a system running Windows Vista or 7 that has at least a 1.8 GHz dual-core Intel or AMD processor, 1GB of RAM, 1.5GB of free storage space and a DirectX 11 graphics card.

For a bit more info about 3DMark 11's editions, and maybe a pre-order, see this page . For more drooling, click play on the video below.

Source: TechConnect

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