Jul 20, 2023

Unigine GPU benchmark depicting a Gothic chapel

Extreme performance and stability test for PC hardware video card, power supply, cooling system. Check your rig in stock and overclocked modes with real-life load! Also includes interactive experience.

The benchmark depicts a Gothic chapel with sorrowful statues stand in solemn stillness lit by the trembling light of torches. Only few rays of sun coming through the stained glass windows slide over the biblical fresco and ominous creatures carved in cold stone.

The very first GPU benchmark from UNIGINE, the original version was released in 2007, the 2.3 update was out in 2010.

Key features

  • Visuals powered by UNIGINE 1 Engine
  • Support of DirectX 9, DirectX 10, and OpenGL
  • Five dynamic lights, HDR rendering
  • Parallax and ambient occlusion mapping
  • Volumetric light and fog, particle system
  • Interactive experience with fly-through mode

The program requires linprocfs5 and linsysfs5 to be mounted under /compat/linux/proc,sys to operate and writable /compat/linux/dev/shm directory, which is typically backed by tmpfs5.

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