The first DirectX9 benchmark from the company.

Application Details:

Version: 2003 (3DMark03)
License: Retail
Votes: 0
Latest Rating: Platinum
Latest Wine Version Tested: 6.0

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Test Results

Old test results
The test results for this version are very old, and as such they may not represent the current state of Wine. Please consider submitting a new test report.
Selected Test Results

What works

Everything works perfectly.

When Gallium Nine or DX9VK (now part of DXVK) is installed, the benchmark seemingly runs better than on Windows.

What does not


What was not tested

Everything was tested.

Hardware tested


  • GPU: AMD
  • Driver: open source

Additional Comments

On systems with opensource Gallium drivers and no Vulkan support: Gallium Nine (winetricks -q galliumnine) will bring even more additional performance which is absolutely comparable to DX9VK.

selected in Test Results table below
Operating systemTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?Used
CurrentUbuntu 20.04 "Focal" (+ variants like Kubuntu)Mar 02 20216.0Yes Yes NoPlatinumC. Leu 
ShowDebian GNU/Linux 8.x "Jessie" x86_64Jul 04 20151.7.46Yes Yes GoldWylda 
ShowUbuntu 11.10 "Oneiric" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Jan 15 20121.3.36Yes Yes GoldStinger 
ShowUbuntu 10.04 "Lucid" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Jun 12 20101.2-rc3Yes Yes SilverStinger 
ShowDebian GNU/Linux 6.x "Squeeze"Jun 03 20101.2-rc2Yes Yes Goldan anonymous user 

Known Bugs

Bug # Description Status Resolution Other apps affected
20394 3DMark 2000, 2001, 2003 - wrong size of loading window NEW View
34166 Fullscreen flickering on Mac RESOLVED NOTOURBUG View
36547 3DMark 2003 installer has no taskbar/Alt Tab representation UNCONFIRMED View

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HowTo / Notes

Running 3DMark 2003 in new Wine releases (a temporary workaround for missing msvcp70.dll functions)

In order to run 3DMark 2003 in new Wine releases you have to

1) Download and install 3DMark03_v360_1901.exe from the official website.

2) run winecfg and set "msvcp70" to "native" in the "Libraries" tab.

3) run

$ wine uninstaller

and uninstall Futuremark System Info.

4) Download Futuremark SystemInfo 4.28 and install it in wine this way:

$ wine start Futuremark_SystemInfo_v428_installer.msi


The following comments are owned by whoever posted them. WineHQ is not responsible for what they say.

by Wine Taster on Tuesday January 17th 2017, 15:43
What is/was native msvcp70 for?
Can't see any difference on wine 2.0rc5.
by Wintch on Monday April 25th 2011, 7:24
Running with "wine 3DMark03.exe -nosysteminfo" solves a startup error message in wine 1.3.18. Vertex shaders are very slow anyway so total score is not very good (radeon 6850+ati binary)
hardware not supported
by Alexandru Guzu on Sunday March 9th 2008, 1:20
I think there is something I am missing. Pretty much anytime I want to run a newer 3D application, it doesn't work. 3DMark 2003 says my hardware does not support compressed textures (DXT1 and DXT3), and then none of the tests are supported. In Doom 3 Demo, the game just doesn't start.

I am using a laptop with Intel Integrated graphics, and in Windows both 3DMark 2003 and Doom 3 Demo run.

I'm pretty sure there is a problem with the DirectX implementation on my system.

P.S. Quake 3 Demo worked well. I am using Ubunti 7.10, and glxinfo says I have Direct Rendering
RE: hardware not supported
by Michael DePaulo on Friday March 28th 2008, 17:27
From what I understand, you can expect alot of compatibility problems such as that unless you are using Nvidia hardware.
RE: hardware not supported
by Alexandru Guzu on Monday March 31st 2008, 8:04
I see, well it's a bit strange, since the Intel Graphics Drivers are open source, and fully supported in Linux. My video card is not even in the restricted drivers.

When I'll get a chance I will try 3D Mark 03 again on a computer with ATI or nVidia card. But until then. I'm gonna have to be happy with your answer.

RE: hardware not supported
by Eosie on Tuesday November 4th 2008, 8:17
The DXTn compressed textures are not supported on all open source drivers. The reason is that this compression is patented. The only option is to use the proprietary ATI or nVidia driver or to tell the wine developers to decompress the textures on the fly which may increase needed video memory by a factor of 8 in the worst-case scenario.
GLSL enabled ?
by Stinger on Tuesday April 3rd 2007, 16:03
Can sombody please explain how I enable GLSL in wine 0.9.34
In plain English please , I'm not as experienced as most of you guys are.
RE: GLSL enabled ?
by Adrian Wnuk on Wednesday April 4th 2007, 14:05
RE: GLSL enabled ?
by Stinger on Wednesday April 4th 2007, 15:48
Thanks for the links , I have found a couple too.

seems to do the trick , but now I'm having trouble with artifacts instead ?
Maybe my graphics card is to old FX5600 or the Nvidia driver ? but the framerates seems to be improving.