Monday, June 8th 2009

Futuremark Releases June Updates for its 3DMark and PCMark Benchmarks

During the weekend days Futuremark has updated most of its benchmarks, including 3DMark03, 3DMark05, 3DMark06, 3DMark Vantage, PCMark05 and PCMark Vantage. These patches update the system information detection component to the latest version for each of the benchmark products listed. This fixes numerous issues related to hardware detection in the testing tools. The updates are available now as separate small patches and will soon be available as full installer packages, downloadable through Futuremark's mirror sites. Please note, that benchmark scores after installing of these updates won't change at all.

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5 Comments on Futuremark Releases June Updates for its 3DMark and PCMark Benchmarks

#1
OnBoard
Be careful clicking next on the installers, they have ask.com toolbar checked in to install.
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#2
Kitkat
by: OnBoard
Be careful clicking next on the installers, they have ask.com toolbar checked in to install.
yeah i got a flash update this weekend that installed google chrome. I was like wtf, u cant even click nextnextnextnext anymore while totaly ignoring all those special important! legal things ppl take so long to type out. rofl wot is the world coming to lol. :roll:
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#3
ov2rey
do they add support for windows 7?
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#4
InnocentCriminal
Resident Grammar Amender
Only states that it's updating the detection information component. Wish they would release a 64bit version.
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#5
REVHEAD
The only differance I can see is in the version numbers, they are the same as the old ones except for the inclusion of the a at the end, a = addaware in my opinion this is all they have changed, dont update, not only are we paying for this software, they are allso giving us adds , wtf shit is this?
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