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August 24th, 2006
UnreaMark.net Down
Due to lack of funding and loss of interest, UMark Online is now offline. We hope this is only temporary, and apologize for the inconvenience.

April 3rd, 2005
UMark for Linux Beta 3 Released
UMark for Linux Beta 3 has been released. This release has many significant changes since the last beta release, listed here. Download it now!

March 31st, 2005
UMark for Linux Snapshots
Since I have released two beta versions, both of which had some bad errors for some users, that I wasn't aware of...I'm going to start releasing UMark builds in between the regular (official) version releases. There is now a new section of this site that will always have the bleeding edge UMark code, straight off the development machine. Check it out at http://www.unrealmark.net/builds

March 28th, 2005
UMark for Linux Beta 2 Released
UMark for Linux Beta 2 has been released. This release addresses compiler issues and scanning of installed UT200x versions and their proper directories, as well as other, minor improvements. Testing, bug reports, and/or confirmation it is working are very much needed, as it is currently only tested on the development machine. Download it now!

March 23rd, 2005
UMark for Linux Beta Version Released
A working version of UMark for Linux (native) has been released. While only in beta status, it supports most of the features of its Windows® counterparts. Download it now!

February 19th, 2005
UMark Turns 2 Years Old
Two years ago today, I registered a project on SourceForge called ut2k3 botmatch benchmark, and released version 1.0.0 Beta 1 immediately after project approval. Although it was one of the best UT2003 benchmarking programs around, it didn't get as much attention. Just over a year later, I renamed it to UMark as it now supported the upcoming UT2004, which finally gave it the attention it deserved. And yet another year, and I'm still finding ways to improve UMark. Happy birthday UMark!

November 18th, 2004
UMark Timedemo Bonus Released
Introducing the first UT2004 timedemo benchmarking compilation, the UMark Timedemo Bonus package, which includes 9 demo recordings for use with benchmarking UT2004 (retail) in UMark. Each of the demo recordings are for a specific gametype. More info...

October 20th, 2004
UMark 2.0.0 and UMark Online Released
CANADA--OCTOBER 20, 2004--Jeffrey Bakker, an open source software programmer, today announced the long awaited release of UMark version 2.0.0 and UMark Online. Version 2.0.0 of this Unreal® engine 2 benchmarking software boasts dozens of improvements, and incorporates the submission of scores to an interactive online bencharking database.

October 15th, 2004
UMark 2.0.0 Development Update
After four long months of development, UMark 2.0.0 is complete. The software is yet to be released (shortly), upon completion of website updates, including the new UMark Online system.

October 6th, 2004
Linux Development
After over a year, there is finally a hardly-working alpha release of last year's scraps of code. Recently, development on the Linux version has started back up, and it aims to be the equivalent of the new UMark 2.0.0.

August 10th, 2004
UMark Forums
A new official forum for UMark, benchmarking, hardware, tweaks, and much more has been launched. You may visit the forums at http://forum.unrealmark.net now!

June 23rd, 2004
UMark Development
Development on the next version of UMark has started. The program will have reimplemented features, as well as completely new features including a new account-based service called "UMark Online".

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What is UMark?

UMark is an open source graphical user interface that allows gamers and hardware reviewers to easily configure and run benchmarks on Unreal® Tournament 200x (UT2003 and UT2004, both demo and retail versions). It supports "botmatch", "flyby", and "timedemo" benchmarking. Users have the availability to save/load their benchmark scores, or even submit them online.
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UMark for Linux

The Linux port of UMark is an attempt to provide the Linux hardware and gaming community with benchmarking software which can be evenly compared with the Windows® platform. The UMark Online benchmarking database will bridge the gap between the two operating systems.
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UMark Timedemos

A collection of 9 demo recordings of different gametypes for UT2004. These timedemos were specifically made to benchmark UT2004 using UMark version 2.0.0 or above. This is the first collection of UT2004 timedemos.
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