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Old 10-04-2007, 02:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Vista version of PCMark on its way :: TweakTown

this is what is required to run the new PCMark:

"......Vantage demands a 3GHz single core CPU, but Futuremark is recommending a multi-core processor, so we should see some nice quad core support here and hopefully even support for dual socket systems. You also need 1GB of system memory which will rule out some people, although if you’re running Vista with less than 1GB of memory, then we’re feeling sorry for you."

this is the official announcement:

PCMark Vantage

i would like to know what is the purpose n difference PCMark is compared to 3DMark06, they seem the same to me only because i dont know what PCMark is used for exactly.
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thats cool.... i wanna see a 3dmark07 or 08 for Vista tho...
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thats cool.... i wanna see a 3dmark07 or 08 for Vista tho...
Yea dude, that's going to be sick. A DX10 benchmark will be nice.
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^ heck ya!! right on dude!!
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