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3DMark " cheating "

Discussão em 'Windows Desktop e Surface' iniciada por jfbbms, 14 de Fevereiro de 2003. (Respostas: 1; Visualizações: 537)

  1. jfbbms

    jfbbms Power Member

    While I was fooling around with the latest and greatest from FutureMark, I stumbled upon a bug which can really open the gates of cheating if it isn't fixed pronto. Here's the steps to reproduce it :

    1) Set your 3D card at default clock with your favourite overclocking utility
    2) Open 3D Mark 2003
    3) Start benchmarking, then press Escape so that benchmarking can't finish.
    4) Now open your favourite 3D card overclocker again and overclock it like there's no tomorrow
    5) Benchmark again, but this time let the benchmark finish
    6) Publish your score to the Online Browser for the world to see

    If you look carefully, you will see that the 3D Card clock that is being reported is the one you had when you started 3D Mark, and not the actual overclocked values that you used. So it seems that 3D Mark checks for the clock when it starts and NOT when it benchmarks! As you can easily realize, unless this flaw is patched, there is no way you can tell whether the scores you see are coming from overclocked cards or not. I guess FutureMark should move swiftly now and patch this version ASAP.

    Fonte : www . neowin . net
  2. Raptor

    Raptor OC Legend

    isso sempre aconteceu com todos os 3DMarks relativamente ao CPU!

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