Futuremark, 레거시 벤치 마크 애플리케이션으로 3DMark 11을위한 공간 확보



Futuremark, the company behind some of the most popular PC performance benchmark applications, which also maintains a score validation and record-keeping system, the ORB, announced that it's working on important changes to its site design as well as the ORB database itself. A side-product (which in disguise is the news of actual importance here), is that Futuremark's next-generation ORB will not support 'legacy' benchmark applications from the company, namely 3DMark 2001 SE, 3DMark03, 3DMark05, PCMark 2002 or PCMark04, thereby marking a complete retirement of those applications.

당시에는 이러한 응용 프로그램이 지옥을 통한 몇 분의 즐거움을 통해 하드웨어를 사용했지만 이제는 실제 응용 프로그램이 줄었습니다. ORB 지원을 중단한다는 것은 여전히 ​​벤치 마크를 실행할 수는 있지만 온라인으로 점수를 제출하거나 확인할 수는 없다는 것을 의미합니다. 이는 전문가 수준의 오버 클럭킹 경쟁에서 이러한 애플리케이션을 효과적으로 제거합니다.

'With the new site, Futuremark is also officially ending online service support for legacy benchmarks. This means that the new service will not support 3DMark 2001 SE, 3DMark03, 3DMark05, PCMark 2002 or PCMark04. Nothing prevents you from running these benchmarks even after the online support is retired and you still do get a result as all legacy benchmarks display the result without submit but you will no longer be able to submit or compare scores with these benchmarks and existing results from these benchmarks will no longer be accessible,' posted a representative one the company's forums, YouGamers. Perhaps with this move, Futuremark is making room for its new upcoming DirectX 11 compliant benchmark, aptly called 3DMark 11.