Futuremark is teasing its first Benchmark for DirectX 12 graphics. This benchmark is called Time Spy and we actually told you about it back in December. This benchmark is set in a museum-like 3D scene and many lighting effects. Miniature exhibits featuring previous scenes from 3DMark benchmarks are shown. The benchmark is also ready for new generation displays including high resolutions beyond 4K Ultra HD.
Time Spy takes advantage of Direct3D feature-level 12_0, including Asynchronous Compute, heavily multi-threaded CPUs (which can make use of as many CPU cores as you can throw at it), and DirectX explicit multi-adapter (native multi-GPU, including mixed setups). Futuremark tells us that the benchmark was developed with input from AMD, Intel, NVIDIA, Microsoft, and other partners of the Futuremark benchmark development program.
Check out the trailer below.