Originally Posted by GrizzleBoy
If you buy 3D Mark from a retailer, you own the license to it. You may not "own" the software, but you are in 100% direct control of how the license is used.
You gona hand over your 3dmark.com account too? Licenses are tied to the 3dmark.com account. If the person wants to use that account (upload scores and what not), you would have to hand over the account to them. But if you still had a 3dmark product on there that you wanted to use, then two people will be messing with the same account. 100% control? Nope.
Also, you should read the EULA, you cannot sell the license:
Originally Posted by 3DMark06
5.2 Licensee warrants that it will not sell, license, lease, rent, loan, lend, transmit, network, or otherwise distribute or transfer the Software in any manner to any third party.
I can assume their other software reads like wise...Edited by just_nuke_em - 10/3/12 at 10:12pm