As the title says, tried this with the prior and current Galaxy S III's, and running into the same issue with both. 3DMark fails to run on them. They get through some initial tests fine, but it always seems to break.
Sure, a bench is a bench, unless it's 3DMark... 3DMark is a pretty good reference benchmark especially for gaming. Should be interesting:
3DMark cross-platform benchmark for Windows, Windows RT, Android and iOS
So I picked up 3dmark in the Steam sale, don't know really anything about it. I ran Fire Strike on Extreme and I get 6292 as a score with my SLI GTX 770 4gb Classifieds running @ stock speeds. This doesn't seem normal to me looking at others scores.
hi, I have recently moved to Australia and brought with me my at&t galaxy s2 skyrocket, Im trying to download an application from my bank but it says that my phone is not supported, the app supports galaxy s2 i9200 but not the skyrocket i727 variant, the question is: is there any way to trick the app or the phone to think it is a galaxy s2 i9200 and make the app work?
My wife woke up this morning and her Skyrocket was off (it was on the charger so battery is charged and i also swapped it with my battery to verify) but anyway when i turn on the phone the SAMSUNG comes up and then it goes to a clack screen and the phone starts vibrating off and on every 1-2 seconds.
Does anyone phone what may be going on and is there a fix??
No matter what the platform may be, hardcore gamers are always seeking ways to tweak and improve the performance of their systems. To define that performance, a benchmarking tool is needed and one of the most popular over the years has been 3DMark.