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Thread: Post your 3dMark scores!




  1. #31
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    I know i can do better but cant seem to do it, BTW the 3dmark score inst too bad.

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    It looks like there's something you would rather be doing!

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    very nice....
    score's good too

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    My score is 6350 with my duron@6.5x166 and DDR RAM@333 Mhz
    (see signature for the rest)
    BTW, that´s one HOT lady over there, Paradox!


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    "La educación no es más que el entendimiento progresivo de la ignorancia"

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    I don't know how he concentrates on the benchmark.

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    Strange, on my sytem I had two readings, depending on OS:
    Win 98 SE: 9456
    Win XP Pro: 8123
    :confused:

    System was same (see details below)

    Pcparadox: can you publish the image of your score once again but with the 3dmark screen shifted a bit up and to the left? Then we could see it (the score I mean) more clearly perhaps? :)
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    Gigabyte GA7VRXP
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    XP is a fairly obese os which requires more power from your system to run but if ya go into properties on My Computer then to the Advanced tab and in Performance settings change to "For best performance" you'll find that XP will close the gap. XP basically runs a lot more services in the background which is why the difference. ;)
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    Thanks Wiggo, I will give it a try.

    : peace:
    Forgot to add that I got only 256MB DDR 266 RAM, which might be a bottleneck for an XP Pro based system for reasons you just mentioned.

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    Yes it will slow things down a little and it seems that most find the best amount to be 512MB's for XP (I know that I do). ;)
    <center>:cheers:</center>

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