Futuremark has decided to delay the release of their popular benchmarking program 3DMark 11 for a week. The decision comes after the team noticed a few bugs in the program and rather than release it now and then release a patch in a week, they have decided to delay the launch and fix the bugs first.
They've said it might take a day or a week [to find the bugs and fix them] but the new launch date will be confirmed soon.
This is probably in relation to the new GPU's launched recently [GTX580] and the soon-to-be launched 6900 series from AMD.
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