Futuremark announced it will not be able to release PCMark 7 on Tuesday, May 3, due to last minute findings in quality assurance. Therefore, the launch of the PC benchmarking suite will be delayed until late this week or early next week.
The latest PC benchmarking software release from Futuremark, PCMark 7, has experienced a slight delay in its previously announced release date. While a press release issued back in April said PCMark 7 would be made available to download this Tuesday, May 3, Futuremark sent over an email to the media this morning announcing that the release date for the software had been pushed back "due to last minute findings in QA." Futuremark is now predicting that PCMark 7 will be released either late this week or early next week. It will let the media know the final release date 48 hours before its expected launch.
PCMark 7 is just the latest PC benchmarking software release from Futuremark, who is perhaps best known for its gaming oriented product 3DMark. It is also the home to Futuremark Games Studio which released the PC exclusive zero-g themed sci-fi first person shooter Shattered Horizon back in 2009.