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Dear CPU Scorekeeper

I wish to use the iCOMP figures in the Benchmark Roster in a book, to generate a replacement table on CPU scores.

Do I need your permission to use this information for the book? If so, do you wish to be acknowledged? How?

- - Nicolas, February 1999

See the questionCPU Scorekeeper Responds

The iCOMP benchmark methodology and scores as they relate to Intel CPU's are copyright Intel. I suggest you contact them directly for permission to publish their scores.

The comparative scores presented at The CPU Scorecard are derived based upon the published results linked on the Benchmark Info page and are copyright property of The CPU Scorecard.

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