You think that your gaming PC is washed with all waters? Then simply start the new EzBench, which is available free of charge on Steam – after that we’ll talk more. The new software will definitely push your system to the limit.
Free on Steam: EzBench relies on Unreal Engine 5
If you own a really powerful gaming PC, you can also play current games in maximum graphics settings and 4K resolution in solid frame rates. Both Nvidia’s and AMD’s top models offer sufficient performance potential.
However, if you want to push your gaming PC to the limit, you can use the benchmark tools from 3DMark or FurMark. Now a new program has appeared on Steam that is supposed to get the most out of your system: Ezbench.
The tool, which is available free of charge, can be easily downloaded via Steam and takes up almost 20 GB of your storage space. According to the description text The application is based on the Unreal Engine 5 and uses some of the special features of the engine – such as Lumen (light calculations based on ray tracing) and Nanite.
This is what the free benchmark looks like on Steam:
New benchmark pushes gaming computers to their limits
In the benchmark itself, you can see a golden bird flying over a lonely island that appears to be in a small bay. The scenery is illuminated by a setting evening sun. Above all, the lighting effects of the benchmark are impressive – but that demands a lot of performance.
The video shows a system with an Intel Core i9-12900K and Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 – and even that achieves that on average just 42 fps. Thanks to the use of 8K textures, that’s not exactly surprising either. On a system with Ryzen 9 3900X and RTX 2080 SUPER, we measured an average of just 17.2 FPS.
The developers recommend all users to at least one graphics card with 8 GB VRAM to have installed in their system. Although the program is also supposed to run on less powerful systems, the benchmark then apparently degenerates into a small slide show.
How does your PC perform in the new benchmark? Feel free to post your scores and your system components in the comments.