HWBOT and Futuremark Cooperate to Improve Submission Process in 3DMark Time Spy

We just announced how the submission process has been changed and improved in 3DMark Time Spy. It’s now possible to make a submission directly from 3DMark.com. Here’s a excerpt from the official press release:

[Press Release] HWBOT, an organization regulating international Overclocking competitions and rankings today officially announces its cooperation with Futuremark to streamline the benchmark result submission process for 3DMark.

Working in close cooperation, HWBOT and Futuremark have made significant changes to the submission and validation process. This means that gamers using the 3DMark benchmarking suite will be able to add scores to the HWBOT database at the click of a button, making it easier than ever for PC gaming enthusiasts to get involved with competitive benchmarking and overclocking.

“It will soon be possible to very easily add any validated score from 3DMark.com to the HWBOT database thanks to cooperation between HWBOT and Futuremark,” commented Pieter-Jan Plaisier, Director at HWBOT. “Crucially, this gives PC gamers a fantastic chance to become competitive about performance in a way that was not possible before.”

"For competitive overclockers, submitting 3DMark scores to HWBOT has traditionally involved manually copying over results, entering hardware details and uploading validation screenshots," said Pasi Virtanen, 3DMark Product Manager at Futuremark. "Today, all of that changes with our new streamlined submission process. Now overclockers can submit their 3DMark Time Spy scores to HWBOT with one click on 3DMark.com."

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