Tuesday, March 5th 2013

EVGA Gives Away New 3DMark with Performance thru High-End Graphics Cards

EVGA is giving away Advanced Edition licenses of the new 3DMark benchmark suite with all its performance thru high-end graphics cards; which includes GeForce GTX 660 series and above. With eligible EVGA graphics cards purchased on or after 4th March 2013, EVGA will include an unlock the Advanced Edition, which is tailored for most gamers and enthusiasts, letting you run all three test suites with custom settings, and view scores locally. Buyers who meet the criteria can log in with their EVGA account, register their EVGA graphics card, and redeem the offer from this page.
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10 Comments on EVGA Gives Away New 3DMark with Performance thru High-End Graphics Cards

#1
nickbaldwin86
Or knock the price of that software off the cards?

I could care less about that garbage bench marking software.... is anyone even using it? I know in the past it takes a while for new bench marks to catch on but this one imo isn't worthy
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TheMailMan78
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by: btarunr
EVGA is giving away Advanced Edition licenses of the new 3DMark benchmark suite with all its performance thru high-end graphics cards; which includes GeForce GTX 660 series and above. With eligible EVGA graphics cards purchased on or after 4th March 2013, EVGA will include an unlock the Advanced Edition, which is tailored for most gamers and enthusiasts, letting you run all three test suites with custom settings, and view scores locally. Buyers who meet the criteria can log in with their EVGA account, register their EVGA graphics card, and redeem the offer from this page.

http://www.techpowerup.com/img/13-03-05/39a_thm.jpg http://www.techpowerup.com/img/13-03-05/39b_thm.jpg
Figures I bought mine months ago. Maybe I can still register.
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#3
Jorge
Unfortunately 3DMark is a poor benchmark program IME so paying for it or even using it for free is a waste of time and misleading information.
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#4
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
Asus/Zotac have done that for years...on motherboards and CPU's.
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#5
15th Warlock
Dang, I just bought two EVGA cards last month... Should've waited a week more :(
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#6
EarthDog
by: nickbaldwin86
Or knock the price of that software off the cards?

I could care less about that garbage bench marking software.... is anyone even using it? I know in the past it takes a while for new bench marks to catch on but this one imo isn't worthy
by: Jorge
Unfortunately 3DMark is a poor benchmark program IME so paying for it or even using it for free is a waste of time and misleading information.
lol.. ignorance.. looks blissful.
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#7
SIGSEGV
so, evga might think that most people buy a high end card(s) only for getting higher ranks of benchmark and show off their scores ? :confused:
personally, i don't even care about scores :laugh:

nice bundling anyway :laugh:
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#8
EzioAs
EVGA isn't the only one with the 3DMark bundle. My MSI GTX660 also comes with the software.
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#9
Recus
by: SIGSEGV
so, evga might think that most people buy a high end card(s) only for getting higher ranks of benchmark and show off their scores ? :confused:
personally, i don't even care about scores :laugh:

nice bundling anyway :laugh:
You do? When someone mention low AMD's scores you start gobble like a turkey.
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