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Interview with Futuremark Corporation

Over the years, Futuremark Corporation has launched a new version of their well-known application, 3DMark, to coincide with either a new version of DirectX or when there is a big enough range of products that offers support for specific key features within D3D. With three SM3.0 implementations currently on the market (NVIDIA's 6 and 7 series, as well as ATI's X1000 series), there is sufficient hardware support available to warrant a new benchmark that tests these capabilities.

On this basis, we approached Futuremark with a series of questions; the first part of this exclusive interview aspects of their past and present status, as well as goals for the future
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