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    Futuremark intros Time Spy DirectX 12 benchmark test

    This 3DMark DLC will be downloadable 'soon', meanwhile you can watch a video preview.
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    Re: Futuremark intros Time Spy DirectX 12 benchmark test

    anyone else noticed that the new threads today on anything other than the referendum aren't getting replies?

    Not the best day to be trying to do a press release/launch etc.

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    Re: Futuremark intros Time Spy DirectX 12 benchmark test

    I would have been more enthusiastic about a Vulkan benchmark.

    It would have to be a really slow news day to care about DX12

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    Re: Futuremark intros Time Spy DirectX 12 benchmark test

    Quote Originally Posted by ik9000 View Post
    anyone else noticed that the new threads today on anything other than the referendum aren't getting replies?
    Given that I'm one of those replying to threads (including this one) that are not about the Brexit EU Referendum whatever, I can't say that I have noticed such a thing...

    Given that I believe a significant number of people didn't care enough to vote and are only concerned with material matters, particularly given that nothing will change for a while yet, I think it's fine for a press release...

    Given that I'm into occasional overclocking and benchmarking, I am interested in this release... and I like what I see so far!!

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    Re: Futuremark intros Time Spy DirectX 12 benchmark test

    I still find it slightly amusing that we now get DLC for a benchmark program....
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    Re: Futuremark intros Time Spy DirectX 12 benchmark test

    Quote Originally Posted by shaithis View Post
    I still find it slightly amusing that we now get DLC for a benchmark program....
    Im glad it's dlc rather than an entirely new program you have to buy, which is what the alternative would be.

    In all, i am excited this is coming. I hope it is acceptably priced.

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    Re: Futuremark intros Time Spy DirectX 12 benchmark test

    Quote Originally Posted by shaithis View Post
    I still find it slightly amusing that we now get DLC for a benchmark program....
    Exactly what I was thinking.

    I reckon the game version of TimeSpy can be a huge seller.

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    Re: Futuremark intros Time Spy DirectX 12 benchmark test

    Quote Originally Posted by shaithis View Post
    I still find it slightly amusing that we now get DLC for a benchmark program....
    I didn't read, just looked at the pretties - Is the basic benchmark version not going to be free, like all the others, then?

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    Re: Futuremark intros Time Spy DirectX 12 benchmark test

    Looks fine,but today games could look even more real...that's a different story.

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