TeklaMark is a tool for measuring performance of a hardware setup of the Tekla Structures DirectX 3D engine.
As 3D engine performance varies depending on what types of objects the model contains, we have three versions of the application: steel, concrete and engineering. The only difference is, they use a different model for the test. The applications are distributed in Warehouse:
Tekla Structures graphics hardware test
TeklaMark uses the GPU that is set to be the default. To test other available GPUs, change the setting and run TeklaMark again. To see more details about changing the GPU settings, please see How to check the graphics card used for Tekla Structures.
To get a realistic score when running TeklaMark, it is advisable to have the same applications open as you would have when using Tekla Structures. To get the best possible performance, all other applications should be closed.
The applications show a score for the user's hardware setup and a link to email the data to be added to the comparison charts presented below.
Hardware performance for steel model
Hardware performance for concrete model
Hardware performance for engineering model
We recommend using the DirectX 3D engine. However, if you choose to use the OpenGL engine instead, to measure its performance, please see Steelmark: