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Jaydu March 18, 2013 07:45 AM

which 3DMark do I buy
 
so just new to the whole benching scene. and I want to not waste any money so what futuremark products are a must to get into the benching scene?

Rasparthe March 18, 2013 12:27 PM

All of the Futuremark products provide a free version. This free version allows you to run the benchmark at the default settings, which are the exact settings you have to run it at if you want to compare your scores with others running the benchmark. I would recommend you use the free versions until you find the one you are using the most. It is more convenient to have the paid version but its not essential and when your starting out its probably a good idea to get familiar with them first.

yycraven March 18, 2013 03:29 PM

As Rasparthe said above, better to use the free ones first till you fine the one you like. 3Dmark vantage is the one I use the most.

Your_friendly_gamer March 18, 2013 04:54 PM

i think I have an extra key for 3dmark vantage, you can have it for 1 coffee, tim hortons only! But I wont be able to get it for you until the we.ekend, probably Sunday


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