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
Dan Kegel has been running some DirectX and OpenGL benchmarks on Ubuntu + Wine and Windows Vista, Here is the results of Dans recent benchmark test.
Yagmarkdata now has data from five different benchmarks: 3dmark 2000, 2001, 2006 and heaven2_opengl, d3d9, and running on a semi-whimpy e8400 dual core box with an nvidia gt 220 card, on both Vista and Ubuntu+Wine.
The time has come for another one of Futuremark's benchmarks to help us realize that our current PCs are lacking in performance. We're taking a look at 3DMark 11, which utilizes all of DirectX 11's goodies, and as expected, the result looks good. Read on to learn more, and also see our benchmark results from 12 current graphics cards.
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.
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.