Well, for one thing the advanced tests have all been renamed to Entertainment, Creativity, Productivity, Computation and Storage replacing the older benchmark names. There will be three flavours, from the already widely available free edition, a $30 Advanced version and the $1000 Professional, with the $30 version being almost the same as the free version barring the lack of advertisements. Techgage is happy that the benchmark takes less time than the previous version as the extra time will add up after a few thousand run throughs.
"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."
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