Unigine releases Heaven Benchmark 4.0

Unigine released Heaven 4.0 which comes with DX11 and OpenGL 4.0 support. What’s also news is that its compatible with Windows, Mac, OS X and Linux OS with multi-monitor support. Unigine went further by providing GPU temperature and clock monitoring, alongwith better multi GPU detection and address minor bugs that 3.0 version has.

The following are the new implementations:

  • Benchmarking presets for convenient comparison of results
  • GPU temperature and clock monitoring
  • Drastic improvement of SSDO
  • Stars at nighttime
  • Improvement of lens flares
  • New, improved version of UNIGINE Engine under the hood
  • Detection of multiple GPUs
  • Anti-aliasing support on Mac OS X
  • Enhancement of automation scripts in Pro version
  • New Advanced edition
  • Russian and Chinese localization


For those who do not know, the following are the key features:

  • Extreme hardware stability testing
  • Accurate results due to 100% GPU-bound benchmarking
  • Support for DirectX 9, DirectX 11 and OpenGL 4.0
  • Multi-platform support for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X
  • Comprehensive use of hardware tessellation, with adjustable settings
  • Cinematic and interactive fly/walk-through camera modes
  • Dynamic sky with volumetric clouds and tweakable day-night cycle
  • Real-time global illumination and screen-space ambient occlusion
  • Support for multi-monitor configurations and different stereo 3D model

Heaven 4.0 can be downloaded from here and will be included in Hardware BBQ’s GPU review testing methodology.

Via: Tweaktown

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