3D Mark 2000 Benchmarking... What Are Your Results™

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Mishulica

New Member
My sys specs

Duron [email protected]
96 Pc 100 7ns 2/2/2
Asus A7V
Creative An Pro (DDR) @140/339

Using DX7 and W98SE I get in 3dmark2000
5050
444

Is this 2 slow?
 
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RobertQc

Kraft Jesus
3D Marks 2517

Celeron 500 @ 562
128 meg PC-133
32 meg ASUS nVidia TNT2
ASUS CUV-4X Socket 370

How do i add pictures to this documet???


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RobertQc

Kraft Jesus
3D Marks 2517

Celeron 500 @ 562
128 meg PC-133
32 meg ASUS nVidia TNT2
ASUS CUV-4X Socket 370

How do i add pictures to this documet???
 
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Dolby109

New Member
Mishulica that isn't slow...just wondering how the hell you overclocked your 600 that much! Could you give me some help here?

Robert, to add pictures read the UBB code section here.

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Forge

New Member
Dolby 109 - This card is having memory problems. It's clocking fine, but at any speed, I only get about 5-10 minutes before I start getting severe corruption. My card is going back in a few days for replacement. I'm not horribly concerned, though, as I have an NV20 in house under NDA, so my gaming isn't at risk, but I won't be able to submit any benches on the GF3. Competition is half of overclocking. :*(

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GunFodder

New Member
Tbird [email protected]
128MB Crucial [email protected]
Hercules Prophet II GTS 32MB

I don't have the results in front of me, so I am posting the significant digits:

Using default D3D settings: 56xx
Using "optimized" D3D settings: 68xx

I turned off vsync and set mipmapping to "best performance" to get this huge jump in results, but I wouldn't actually play any games with those settings, which is one beef I have with this benchmark.
 
Baloneyflaps

Baloneyflaps

Super Moderator
Originally posted by Toolbox:
Baloneyflaps,

Will you stop beating me! Damnit! What can I possibly do now?
ROFL!


I think I ran that test at 940Mhz, with my GTS @ 215/355... just crank your card up past that, and you should win!

I think without an upgrade, or new drivers or some other change in system, that's as far as I'll be going... my ProphetII is pretty maxxed at 215/355... you should be able to push yours past that.

...oh, and the page links with the topic title is way cool.



[This message has been edited by Baloneyflaps (edited 10-04-2000).]
 

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