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Thursday, 26 April 2007 15:35

OCWorkbench wants the lowest 3Dmark05 score

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Lowest score gets a DX10 card


OCWorkbench and ECS has teamed for a contest. The most interesting thing is that the "lowest" 3DMar05 counts, yes, thats lowest, not highest.


Three DirectX 10 cards will be given away to three lucky random winners, among the ten lowest 3DMark05 scores. The contest is opened to all international forum participants, and the shipping fees will be paid by OCWorkBench. So if you think your computer is so slow that it can produce the lowest 3DMark score, go and enter this unique contest. The top price is a Geforce 8600 GTS so its worth your time.

You will have to work hard, as some people has already managed to score a mere 12 points in 3Dmark05.

Check out more on OCWorkbench here.

Last modified on Thursday, 26 April 2007 17:20
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