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Futuremark 3DMark Vantage Review

ccokeman    -   April 28, 2008
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There are three versions of 3DMark Vantage available at this time, Vantage Basic, Advanced Edition and the Professional version. This covers the spectrum from the home user to the professional. Each version comes with a price tag and a defined set of features. Yes, you read that right. It will cost a little bit to play this "game." There is a free one time use version, but further use will require an activation. Let's look at the pricing structure and what you get for those hard earned dollars.

3DMark Vantage Basic Edition:

  • This version will cost you $6.95 (download price)
  • Unlimited number of test runs using a single preset setting
  • Network connection required to view results
  • Licensed for non-commercial and personal use only

 

 3DMark Vantage Advanced Edition:

  • This version will run $19.95 (download price)
  • Unlimited testing, access to all presets and custom settings
  • Network connection required to view results
  • Licensed for non-commercial and personal use only

 

3DMark Vantage Professional:

  • This one will set you back a few pennies at $495.00/seat (download or CD-ROM)
  • All Advanced Version features
  • Technical support
  • View results without network connection
  • Benchmark automation with command line scripting
  • Licensed for full commercial use

 




  1. Introduction & Closer look
  2. Closer Look (Game Tests)
  3. Closer Look (CPU Tests, Feature Tests)
  4. Testing (Setup, Results)
  5. Extras (Versions, Pricing)
  6. Conclusion:
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