Unigine has released a new GPU benchmark software titled Valley Benchmark. It is based on the company's Unigine Engine and is supported on the three major desktop operating systems of Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
The developers of this new GPU-stressing benchmark wanted to highlight the pristine beauty of Siberia and due to the modular nature of the Unigine Engine, they claim that they can easily place procedural generated objects with photorealism, anywhere in the vast computer-generated landscape that covers a total area of 64,000 square kilometers. This highly detail terrain can be viewed in stereo 3D glory or across multi-monitors in order to vicariously experience its vast expanse
The entire valley is free for users to explore without the fear of braving the elements as users are able to control the weather according to their needs. The highlighted features of the Valley Benchmark are as follows:
There are three variants of the Valley Benchmark; the Basic edition that is available as a free download and two other paid versions of Advanced and Professional edition. Do note that the pricing of the latter variants are in USD. For more information, do head over to the product site of Unigine.