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.
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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"
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