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How do I compare my score with other people?
After the new upgrade I can't figure how to compare my score with the scores of other similar systems. That's the only reason I bought this program. Please tell me how to do this again.
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UL_Jarnis  [developer] Apr 10, 2016 @ 8:12am 
You can view the result online after the run and on that result page, there is a button "add to compare".

Once added, you can then navigate to Search on 3DMark.com and search for other results with same or similar (or, well, any kind of) hardware and once you find a matching system, you can click "add to compare" on that as well. You can even add multiple results.

Then you can view the compared scores in detail in one page.

The only somewhat clumsy part (which we know... and hope to fix in the future) is that searching for a matching result with same hardware is bit complicated. We do the filtering for multi-GPU configurations on the browser, so if you set the number of GPUs to 1 (a common scenario), at first all results may be filtered out and it says "no results found". But there is a button for loading another set of 1000 results - keep clicking that until first results with your GPU count show up. Unfortunately with popular video card models, this may mean upwards of 20 clicks as there are thousands and thousands of results with more than one GPU.

Also note that first results that do come up are certainly overclocked ones, sometimes heavily overclocked using liquid nitrogen etc.

Alternatively, on the result page you can open the fold showing details about the result and it will show you where your result reside among all results from users with same processor and video card. Results generally fall on a bell curve with super-overclocked ones on the right and results with some kind of problem with the system towards the left. If your result is among the tallest pole, that would indicate a perfectly average result for that hardware.
UL_Jarnis  [developer] Apr 10, 2016 @ 8:12am 
Also if you want to compare your system to a system from a friend, just ask him for a link to his result on 3DMark.com, then do the same with "add to compare" on both your result and his result.
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Date Posted: Apr 9, 2016 @ 7:36pm
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