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|05-12-2011, 08:59 PM||#1|
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A Quick Look at Futuremark's PCMark 7
Futuremark has launched the latest version of its popular PC benchmarking tool, PCMark, and as its "7" name suggests, it's designed exclusively for use with Windows 7. A couple of notable changes were made to both the test organization of the program, and also its pricing schemes. Join us as we take a quick look to see what's been added or refined.
You can read through our quick look at Futuremark's latest version of PCMark and then discuss it here!
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