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    3DMark 2000, still viable benchy for legacy systems?

    I frankensteined an old AT BX rig and decided to see how well it would perform in 3DM2K. Madonion's site doesn't appear to support online comparisons any longer so I have come here hoping to gauge results with some of my fellow HWC'ers. LMK if you can provide some comparison data

    Here is what I got:

    Default benchmark 1024x768 @ 16-bit, VSync off, Triple buffering on.

    = 3,376 Marks

    Test bed:

    Gigabyte GA-6BA mainboard
    Celly 566@850, 1.73V
    96MB PC100 SDRAM
    ATI Rage Fury Maxx (4.12.01.7942 drivers)

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    Isn't the default run at 800x600? All I know is my Duron 600@900 and Voodoo3 2000 @166Mhz scored about 4800 (software T&L and double buffer). It only scored about 1500 in 3D Mark2001se. I never tried anything but the default resolution.
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    nope, default is 1024x768...let me try 800x600 with software T&L, double buffered..back in a sec

    I actually got a worse score...2,865

    I will have to mess with it a little more!

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