Unigine Needs Your Help Testing Out Their New Hardware Detection
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Gaming on 25 January 2017 at 06:24 AM EST. 25 Comments
Unigine will soon be releasing their much-anticipated Superposition benchmark. This is their first tech demo / benchmark powered by Unigine Engine 2 and will be stunning for Linux users and don't mind stressing their high-end graphics card and OpenGL driver.

Unigine Superposition was supposed to be released in Q4 but was pushed back to Q1. I've already run it internally and found it to be exquisite. Really beautiful and demanding benchmark, I am very excited for its GA release and at that time will be a ton of Linux GPU/driver benchmarks for this brand new test case.

Anyhow, in gearing up for it to be released, Unigine Corp is seeking feedback from the community by running their new hardware detection script on your system. For both Windows and Linux they have rewritten their hardware detection algorithm. They want to make sure it's working well across a wide-range of systems. Thus if you have a few moments to spare on your Linux (or Windows) system, they are looking for your help to run their hardware detector script and email them the generated log files.

Those wanting to learn more can see this Facebook post.
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