Should etailers and PC makers show benchmarks?

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Should etailers and PC makers show benchmarks?

Post by AMD-Roy » Sun Jul 21, 2013 9:10 am

hi thanks to everyone who answered yesterday. I have another question for you today. By the way if you want to check out who I am you can find me here;

The question is this. Should etailers and PC makers list the benchmark score for the component and PC they are advertising. Because when selling, marketing and negotiating on the business to business end of the industry we always use PC Mark and 3D Mark to compare between everything from APU to CPU to GPU to chipset. Since Futuremark allows for the distribution and use of both benchmarks (so etailers and PC makers could freely distribute them) there is no reason why they could not be used. Users could then test for themselves and verify the benchmark advertised.

Would love to hear your thoughts here.


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Re: Should etailers and PC makers show benchmarks?

Post by redwanhasan » Sun Sep 22, 2013 12:33 am

plus gaming benchmark, rendering benchmark will be even better. people can easily understand and decide which one to buy.
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