MSI Bundles 3DMark Advanced Edition with selected products

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MSI and Futuremark, together release a new generation of 3D performance testing software 3DMark; the overclocking heat wave will again sweep the globe. MSI is the sponsor of the Fire Strike demo, the showpiece of the new 3DMark and a demonstration of what high performance DirectX 11 gaming PCs can do. MSI will bundle selected MSI graphics cards - MSI N660 TF 2GD5/OC and MSI R7950 TF 3GD5/OC BE - and the MSI Z77 MPOWER mainboard with the 3DMark Advanced Edition during this winter. 

Get 3DMark Advanced Edition with MSI 

Thanks in part to the MSI sponsorship, Futuremark says that the 3DMark Basic Edition will be free to download on all platforms. What's more, the 3DMark Advanced Edition, worth $24.99, will be bundled exclusively with selected MSI graphics cards and mainboards. Bundle details may very per country.

3DMark - one benchmark for all your hardware and devices
The new 3DMark includes everything you need to benchmark your hardware. With three all new tests you can bench everything from smartphones and tablets, to notebooks and home PCs, to the latest high-end, multi-GPU gaming desktops. And it's not just for Windows. With 3DMark you can compare your scores with Android and iOS devices too. It's our best benchmark ever.

“MSI is proud to, once again, cooperate with Futuremark on delivering a new and defining graphical benchmark with 3DMark", says Charles Jiang, MSI Corp. Executive Vice President & DPS General Manager. "The new "Fire Strike" benchmark shows exactly how far today's gaming PC real-time graphics have improved to a point where it not only rivals, but also surpasses the quality of pre-rendered movies and has far more complexity than today’s leading DirectX 11 games. The cooperation on the "Fire Strike" benchmark for high performance Windows gaming PC's is a continuation of our efforts in delivering the best Windows gaming performance with our current 3DMark 11 record holding combination of the Z77 MPOWER mainboard and R7970 Lightning graphics card.”

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