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The Creation of a Benchmark
Added on: Wed Nov 21 2001
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Reaching a Conclusion



Understanding how a benchmark is performed is essential to comprehending its results. Without knowledge, information is useless.
We at 3DLuVr are dedicated to bringing you the performance and reliability information that you need to make educated decisions in the current computer hardware market.

This article showcases our latest testing methods, as well as how you can reproduce the data we publish, for your own purposes, or to confirm that your system is functioning as it should be. Look for this new system to be used in the future tests
where we'll test a variety of cards from some major manufacturers.

As always, if you have any questions or comments, feel free to email me...
 
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