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Thread: Poor 3DMark2001 scores (GeForce 2 MX 400)




  1. #11
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    if he's getting 27xx to 32xx with a GF2MX - then I guarantee that he already has anti-aliasing disabled.

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    lol get a new vidcard..

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    How do you disable anti-aliasing for a radeon 7500? Help would be greatly appreciatied!!!




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    Radde0n G\/Id3 TO AA
    by pr0

    Quick Help On Disabling Anti-Aliasing on Radeon Cards 7000-7500LE&PCI - AA is otherwise known as ATI's(R) SMOOTHVISON
    the default setting for smooth vision is quality, to disable or enable aa select neither quality or performance in the settings box but pick the desired performance rate underneath manually.

    to get to the Raddeon display driver info page

    Right Click on desktop -->

    Click Properties --->

    Go To the Settings Page -->

    Click Advanced ---> Go to Options, and on both the option page and the direct3d page there will be the performance button spoken of above, for more info go to the following site,Radeon Display Guide (Found by pr0)

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    GEforce2 Scores of 5000+ !?!?!?!
    personally id have to disagree with about half the statements above and say they are wrong, it is quite possible to gain upwards of 5000 with a geforce 2 mx as long as the system memory is sufficient, in your case its that you lack enough throughput with only the 256kb cach combined with the ddr2100 ram since it is only 128 it has to recycle each of the 16mb modules info every 2 to 3 ns. so by switching to a higher ram, and clocking at base speeds a score of 5000+ is highly possible,
    ps a main disturbance of high scores on theoretically high performace custom systems is cable clutter {ide and scsi} and air flow, always make sure the vid card and chipset/cpu have room to breath

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    So do you need DDR RAM to get higer scores????
    .oOo.:VOlcOm:.oOo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pr0ph3t

    it is quite possible to gain upwards of 5000 with a geforce 2 mx

    I'd have to see that to beleive it......

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    I Know that I want to see proof of that miracle. :flames:

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    Score: 5796 Asus V7100pro MX400 c290/m324


    Date: 2002-9-30
    Res: 1024x768 32bit
    OS: Microsoft Windows XP
    User: moppi01@suomi24.fi
    CPU: Unknown 2101 MHz
    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce2 MX/MX 400

    Score: 5796 Asus V7100pro MX400 c290/m324


    Date: 2002-9-30
    Res: 1024x768 32bit
    OS: Microsoft Windows XP
    User: moppi01@suomi24.fi
    CPU: Unknown 2101 MHz
    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce2 MX/MX 400



    Score: 5504 G i x e r


    Date: 2002-10-16
    Res: 1024x768 32bit
    OS: Microsoft Windows XP
    User: Gixer@vr-zone.com
    CPU: Unknown 2102 MHz
    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce2 MX/MX 400



    Score: 5267 Asus V7100Pro (351C/348M) Athlon 1300@1518


    Date: 2002-4-25
    Res: 1024x768 32bit
    OS: Microsoft Windows 98
    User: mpistella@libero.it
    CPU: AMD Athlon(tm) Processor 1518 MHz
    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce2 MX/MX 400



    Score: 5213 Tenka, plafond-9.com 3DMark Team - Indonesia


    Date: 2002-5-5
    Res: 1024x768 32bit
    OS: Microsoft Windows XP
    User: tenka@bdg.centrin.net.id
    CPU: Intel Pentium 4 2791 MHz
    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce2 MX/MX 400



    Score: 5177 mascot


    Date: 2002-9-28
    Res: 1024x768 32bit
    OS: Microsoft Windows XP
    User: mika_uusitalo@kotinet.com
    CPU: AMD Athlon(tm) XP/MP/4 1860 MHz
    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce2 MX/MX 400



    Score: 5129 Tenka, plafond-9.com 3DMark Team - Indonesia


    Date: 2002-5-4
    Res: 1024x768 32bit
    OS: Microsoft Windows XP
    User: tenka@bdg.centrin.net.id
    CPU: Intel Pentium 4 2727 MHz
    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce2 MX/MX 400



    Score: 5125 Asus V7100pro MX400 c290/m318


    Date: 2002-3-10
    Res: 1024x768 32bit
    OS: Microsoft Windows XP
    User: moppi01@suomi24.fi
    CPU: AMD Athlon(tm) XP/MP/4 1671 MHz
    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce2 MX/MX 400



    Score: 5024 ASUS V7100pro MX400 c284 m317


    Date: 2002-2-5
    Res: 1024x768 32bit
    OS: Microsoft Windows XP
    User: moppi01@suomi24.fi
    CPU: AMD Athlon(tm) Processor 1682 MHz
    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce2 MX/MX 400



    Score: 5006 pienari testing Asus V-7100pro... and finally brok...


    Date: 2003-1-1
    Res: 1024x768 32bit
    OS: Microsoft Windows 98
    User: p.hannonen@kotinet.com
    CPU: Unknown 1904 MHz
    GPU: NVIDIA GeForce2 MX/MX 400



    Thats what i found so far will update but i hope u guys now beleive me ^_^ i dont mean this in anyway to be an "i told u so" i just wanted to let u guys now that theoretically it is possible as these people hae proved.

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    I have the strangest feelin' that either some LN has been liberally used for these as I still want to be in the same room when the screenies are taken plus view the cards as most know how to get a PC to report a different card quite easily. Soz but I've played with far to many of these to believe those scores are legit w/o impractical methods behind them or the much easier cheat method of miss-reportin' the video card. : peace2:
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