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    I think i'm running a little slow with 3DMark2001SE, any help would be appreciated.


    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?2k1=5541036

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    I wish ppl would just put a screen shot up but in your csae maybe not but DX9 maybe your problem as the test is only designed for DX8.1 which is where the experts reckon the problem is as goin' back to DX8.1 (format reinstall) will greatly increase the scores (I havn't had my hands on one so I can't say that this is right for sure but it seems to be). : peace2:
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    Can anyone please help???
    X-pider Green Case TurboLink420W
    AMD XP 2400@2.0 Volcano 7+
    ATI 9700Pro
    512MB Kingston PC2700
    Maxtor80GB&WD40GB
    SoyoKT333DragonUltraPlatinum
    LiteOn48x12x48x
    16xDVD
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    3DMark2001SE: 12237

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    The best source advice should be at http://www.rage3d.com/ ;)


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    W/DX9 installed my AMD system gets 13XXX 3dmarks - running at 1833MHz & a 166FSB

    I would expect you to get over 12K

    How fresh is your windows install?
    If you've recently switched video cards - you might benefit from re-formating, or at least a thorough registry cleaning

    Also - is your memory running at 133MHz? - 3DMark likes memory bandwidth so you might want to look at getting some PC2700 for the KT333 motherboard

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