How to run Unigine Heaven 3.0 in Ubuntu 64bit

Unigine Heaven 3.0 is the latest version of what is probably the most popular graphics card benchmark series in Linux. Designed to measure your PCs gaming performance, Unigine engine makes extensive use of all the new features in OpenGL including tessellation, compute shaders and multi-threading. Trusted by gamers worldwide to give accurate and unbiased results, we believe that Unigine Heaven is the best way to consistently and reliably test your graphics card under game-like loads.

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  • Heavy GPU load, extreme hardware stability test.
  • Support of DirectX 9, DirectX 10, DirectX 11 and OpenGL 4.0.
  • Comprehensive use of hardware tessellation technology (3 presets).
  • Advanced ambient occlusion.
  • Dynamic global illumination.
  • Volumetric cumulonimbus clouds of high physical fidelity.
  • Simulation of day-night shift and changing light conditions.
  • Dynamic sky with light scattering.
  • Interactive experience with fly/walk-through modes.
  • Support of NVIDIA SLI and ATI CrossFire technologies.
  • Stereo 3D modes:
    • Anaglyph
    • Separate images
    • 3D Vision
    • 3D Surround
    • iZ3D
  • Support of multi-monitor configurations.
  • Based on the latest, most advanced version version of powerful UNIGINE engine.

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Tessellation feature REQUIRES both video card with DirectX 11 support and MS Windows Vista/7 or Linux!

Hardware:

  • GPU:
    • ATI Radeon HD 2xxx and higher
    • NVIDIA GeForce 7xxx and higher
    • Intel HD 3000 and higher
  • Video memory: 512 Mb
  • Disk space: 500 Mb

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  1. Current page
  2. Download Unigine
  3. Extract Unigine
  4. Fix the 64bit problem
  5. Fix the OpenGL Render error

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4 Replies to “How to run Unigine Heaven 3.0 in Ubuntu 64bit”

  1. I am running this on 64 bit ubuntu 12.04 with an fx-6300 cpu and a radeon 7770 gpu and when i click to run, nothing, when i click to run in terminal, a flash of the terminal and then nothing. Quite frustrating to run a simple benchmark.

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  2. To be more specific, I cannot even extract the the folder. I am a total linux newb and have had my pc less than a week.

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  3. @Joshua Cook
    Try this – Right cliick on Valley.run, in properties Tab check everything what is in second group of options, then click OK. Now you can double click on the file again, this should extract Valley to the specified folder. Now you can run the Benchmark by clicking on it and selectig option Run.

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  4. Hello I am trying to install Unigine Heaven 4.0 on Elementary OS Luna (Ubuntu 12.04) and I get the files extracted but when I try and launch via the Terminal it tells me the ./bin doesn’t exist as well as ./launcher_x64. I am using the provide heaven file from above but still am having no luck. Any thoughts or suggestions?

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