All those who are familiar with the types of benchmarking standards should update their database with this newest addition to the family. VRMark Cyan Room is the all-new DirectX12 benchmark test for VR with extraordinary abilities to optimize the VR results.
Speaking more of the DirectX 12 VR benchmark test, the engine used by it is what makes it so special. You can clearly see in the picture, it seems more like an underwater corridor. This is actually the large, complex environment of the room which looks pretty fascinating to the eyes and will be rolling out on the 22 of this month.
This mode is actually built for you as you can change the rendering resolution according to your needs and resources available. With the modern-day VR headsets, you can even compensate the missed frames. So, this Experience mode, when combined with a VR headset, delivers the best possible results.
The History of VRMark
VRMark isn’t really new to the market as it was first released in November 2016 and a great number of testers tested their PC’s performance for VR through it. For example, the VRMark Orange Room benchmark will be the best for your HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.
Going towards the higher end, the Blue Room is a high scale test with much more to deliver. It offers a massive 5K rendering resolution and spectacular volumetric lighting effects so it’s definitely not a thing to be underrated.