Originally posted by Typedef Enum
Because of all this crap, guess who has to spend the time to correct the code to account for such practices? Yep, not nVidia...FutureMark has to then dedicate some of their resources to addressing this crap that probably should be doing other more important things.
Because that's exactly what they should be doing. I want Futuremark to have resources devoted to making sure their benchmark is worth the time that it took to code it in the first place. After all, they are in the business of making benchmarks, not demos. The most important aspect to a benchmark is credibility, and it is their responsibility to make sure they have some
Sadly, I think most of the original cheating info came from outside sources. Although I hope that Futuremark has some people "on the case"