Basemark GPU

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Basemark GPU is a professional evaluation tool to evaluate and compare graphics performance across mobile and desktop platforms. Uniquely, it supports all major graphics APIs and operating systems. Consumers can check their device performance for free with Basemark GPU and the integrated Power Board online results comparison service.


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Issues with the version 1.1

Running the official test gives an error "Unknown error 32512". This issue happens because there is a dependency to OpenSSL 1.0. The user can download the new version, Basemark GPU 1.2, where this issue is fixed.

Alternatives

UNIGINE Superposition is a freeware (not free software) alternative.

Links

The Basemark GPU can be acquired from basemark.com/benchmarks/basemark-gpu/.


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Anonymous user #1

one month ago
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basemark-gpu requires openssl-1.0.x while the system probably has openssl-1.1.x. Try downgrading openssl, or compile openssl from sources with shared libs, for example: user@host /tmp/openssl-OpenSSL_1_0_2u $ ./config shared user@host /tmp/openssl-OpenSSL_1_0_2u $ make -j4 ...

When finished, then run basemark-gpu with LD_LIBRARY_PATH pointing to openssl-1.0

user@host /tmp/BasemarkGPU-linux-Free $ LD_LIBRARY_PATH="/tmp/openssl-OpenSSL_1_0_2u/" ./basemarkgpu
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Jpbm

one month ago
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There was an issue with OpenSSL 1.0. Basemark has released a new version of Basemark GPU that is linked against OpenSSL 1.1 and should work.

Please get the latest version from https://www....asemark-gpu/
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