The PC benchmark database website HWBot has now banned Windows 8 scores from AMD computers as well, after another website claimed that the RTC bug also affects AMD chips.
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The benchmark community site HWBot now says the issue they found with benchmarks programs used on Windows 8 don't appear on an AMD PC. It also claims Windows 8.1 suffers from the same issue.
Futuremark, the creator of the 3DMark and PCMark benchmark software products, has responded to the ban of Windows 8 benchmark scores that was put in this weekend by the HWBot database.
HWBOT, a website database of PC benchmarks submitted by its community, has banned all Windows 8 benchmarks, claiming that problems with the real time clock on the OS means scores "cannot be trusted"