Futuremark main website had some parts that had been unchanged from the days of 3DMark 2001 and it was really in need of some spring cleaning, so we decided to nuke it from orbit (it is the only way to be sure, after all) and replace it with all new site that matches in layout and style with the 3dmark.com and new result pages. In theory everything should just work and any old links you may have should have been redirected but if you see any issues with the new futuremark.com site, feel free to let us know.
The update was rolled out by changing the DNS records (so they point to a new IP) so it may take some hours for the change to propagate worldwide.
Hardware Channel section of the site is still in the old layout - it will be updated in the near future. Everything else should be new and shiny.
At the same time we made a lot of backend changes that include a new website load balancer which allows us to scale the backend without any hard limits by just adding more servers - 3dmark.com for example is now actually two identical servers and every time you connect the load balancer rolls a dice and you end up randomly on one or the other. All totally transparent, of course. Naturally this means there may be some obscure bugs or issues (well, we tested and made sure there shouldn't be, but you know...) - so if you see anything strange with any of the updated sites, do tell us in the Feedback forum.