This benchmark had been in the works for years, but Unigine finally got around to publishing it. This is part of the Unigine line of hardware/software performance benchmarks that are designed to push GPUs to the limits of new hardware. The benchmark is primarily designed to stress the GPU, but it also includes a ton of ray tracing features that are designed to stress the GPU as well as the CPU.
The benchmark has support for 8K 60 FPS and two resolutions: full-screen and windowed. Unigine has also released a movie file which can be played back with both the Unigine engine and with VLC.
From my testing, it doesn't appear that the Linux version of Superposition is running with Direct3D 11 at all, but rather Direct3D 10, most likely due to the OpenGL / OpenGL ES APIs being strictly higher than the DirectX equivalents. It's also possible it's using OpenGL for the Direct3D-based 3D rendering features, but I wouldn't be surprised if it were a hybrid GPU using some form of Nvidia's Hybrid-X (in that case, it would probably be using the Linux version of Hybrid-X).
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