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Monday, 05 May 2008 09:11

3DMark Vantage hotfix on the way

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Will fix outstanding issues

Jaakko Haapasalo, Futuremark's project manager for 3DMark Vantage, has commented on the issues that people are experiencing with the new benchmark and has promised a hotfix that should solve issues such as having to enter the serial number twice and the error message that pops up the first time you run the program.

They're also looking into possibly of making some changes to the advanced version, as people aren't happy about the fact that they can't save their results offline and they're not keen on the advertising in the paid for version.

According to YouGamers, there might be an announcement from Futuremark this week with regard to the feedback that users have provided so far, so we'll have to stay tuned and see what this announcement will include.

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