Want to see if your new PC desktop, notebook or even your new Windows 8 tablet is really powerful enough for you? Then you might want to check out the new version of 3DMark from developer Futuremark. This is just the latest version of the long running PC benchmarking program and this new build works with Windows Vista and Windows 7, and supports Windows 8 for the first time.
While you can download a free version of 3DMark, there's also an advanced version that's on sale normally for $24.99. It has a number of features not in the free version such as the ability to run each of the three benchmark demos individually, as well as a special "Extreme" version of the DirectX 11-baseed Fire Strike demo. It also offers interactive graphics, the ability to save your results for offline use and more.
Today at Neowin, we want to give our many readers a chance to get the 3DMark Advanced Version. Futuremark has sent us five codes for the Advanced Version and you could win one of them.
How do you enter? It's pretty simple, Just do the following:
- Like us on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/neowin) if you haven't already*
- Re-tweet this post by clicking the button at the top of the article and add @3DMark to the end of the tweet
- Make a comment in this post that predicts what your PC rig's score will be in 3DMark.
That's it! Entries are open until 11:59pm ET on Thursday, February 7th, and a winner will be announced sometime on the 8th. Our thanks to Futuremark for the codes. Good luck!
Image via Futuremark