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3DR files: what are they and how do I open them?

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3DMark benchmark result files

Files with 3dr suffix can be typically found as saved benchmark tests from 3DMark software.

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File extension 3dr is typically used for 3DMark benchmark result files. 3DMark is specialized computer and 3D graphics performance benchmark application used for testing your computer performance using 3D graphics tests, CPU tests, and 3D feature tests.

A .3dr file is a ZIP archive that contains XML documents with 3DMark results.

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3DMark Vantage

A PC and graphics card benchmark software

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3DMark

A benchmarking software

What is the meaning of a file extension?

File extensions are characters that appear after the dot in a computer file's name. For example, the file "unknown-file.3dr" has the file extension "3dr". This is used to identify which program should open the file or what file type it is.
File extensions help you organize and manage files. They provide a quick and easy way to identify and associate the file type with the appropriate software.

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