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Wednesday, 26 December 2007 10:49

3DMark Vantage screen shots appear

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Looks like the real deal

Although the screen shots that appeared but a few days ago were all fake, it looks as if Chiphell has gotten their hands on the real deal, at last. This time, however, it's 3DMark Vantage, and not 3DMark08, and there are several screen shots of both the new tests and the installation procedure.

The new screen shots have nothing in common with the ones that appeared earlier, and it looks like 3DMark Vantage is a completley new benchmark, as nothing looks familiar.

Intrestingly, it looks as if Sapphire has sponsored a boat in the first benchmark, as it has the company name along its side and the company logo in the front.

The two game tests are called "Jane Nash" and "New Calico" and the second one looks far more impressive than the first one.

You have to register to see the screen shots at Chiphell, but you can find a few here
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