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Thread: 3d mark 2001se ARE THESE GOOD MARKS?




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    I just ran this benchmark.

    3D Mark 2001 SE current Score at these Settings

    5541 3D Marks _ How good is this for this setup?

    Admin Junkies/ computer freaks and all enthusiastics available please tell?
    Lian LI PC60
    (2 intake 80mm ADDA/3
    exhaust 80mm ADDA)
    EG465P-VE Enermax Dual fan PSU 465watt
    Asus A7N8X Dx ver2.0 C1007 latest bios
    AthlonXp 3200+ Barton
    Xms Corsair 3700PT TwinX paired 2x512@200mhz
    200mhz X 11.0 = 2.205GIG
    creative audigy 2
    Asus V8460 U Ti 4600 Dx
    CPU full load 28C
    Case full load 24C
    Western D HDD 120gb
    XP Professional current best- crap
    11682 marks=xp best performance settings @ 2500+ 166mhz x 11.0X = 1.83GIG

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    Hmmmm...there has to be something missing there...5K for that setup is too little...try updating your Ti4600's drivers...

    try Guru3d and update your driver to the more recent drivers..from nVidia.

    That should help...
    - Damien

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    go into your Direct 3d menu - and set everything for performance & turn off any AA or AF you have on

    run it again and let us know the score....

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    Yes something is very wrong as my XP1800+ with R9K scores better than that. Do ya have AA and Vsync disabled, did ya install the motherboard drivers, are ya usin' both memory channels? :?:

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    My now gone 2000+ used to get 11K with a 4600.

    Those seem like old nVidia drivers as well...
    - Damien

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    I have a problem too...I'm only getting 2900 on 3DMark2001, with my setup. I've tried everything...new drivers, tweak programs like Powerstrip, RivaTuner, etc....what else can I do?
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    MSI GeForce 4 Ti4200 (64 MB DDR)
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    I knew i also forgot to add something else to that list. The new motherboard I am using is an Asus A7N8X. I thought that it might be something with my drivers. I have this time finished the job in the lian li 62 case and am using round ATA and floppy cables. It seems to be paying off very nicely with the temperatures i am achieving. I will try those solutions. Thanks for tips an all, What was the AF again. And how do i tell if i am running both memory channels. Does upping the AGP aperture in BIOS do anything useful?
    Lian LI PC60
    (2 intake 80mm ADDA/3
    exhaust 80mm ADDA)
    EG465P-VE Enermax Dual fan PSU 465watt
    Asus A7N8X Dx ver2.0 C1007 latest bios
    AthlonXp 3200+ Barton
    Xms Corsair 3700PT TwinX paired 2x512@200mhz
    200mhz X 11.0 = 2.205GIG
    creative audigy 2
    Asus V8460 U Ti 4600 Dx
    CPU full load 28C
    Case full load 24C
    Western D HDD 120gb
    XP Professional current best- crap
    11682 marks=xp best performance settings @ 2500+ 166mhz x 11.0X = 1.83GIG

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    AF = anisotropic filtering

    For both memory channels to work ya need 2 sticks of memory (1 in each channel).

    Ya AGP aperture should be at least 128MB but with all ya memory ya could try 256MB and see if that helps any.

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    :thumb:
    antialiasing: disabled
    Anisotropic Filtering: disabled
    Direct3D: High Performance and in 32 bit True Colour
    OpenGL default colour depth: 32 bit
    on this board i enabled the 8x agp which will prably allow the card to run at its full 4x potential i think. These asus boards have a special red LED for the AGP to tell you if the card it wrong card or not supported. No light lights up so i presum these 3.3 volt cards must run at 1.5 - am i right or what is happening here if it likes it?

    Anyways am I really supposed to benchmark in 16 bit colour or 32bit.

    I am interested in this because i have at last produce a score of


    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?2k1=6180829

    10536 3D Marks

    Chuffed or what!!
    Lian LI PC60
    (2 intake 80mm ADDA/3
    exhaust 80mm ADDA)
    EG465P-VE Enermax Dual fan PSU 465watt
    Asus A7N8X Dx ver2.0 C1007 latest bios
    AthlonXp 3200+ Barton
    Xms Corsair 3700PT TwinX paired 2x512@200mhz
    200mhz X 11.0 = 2.205GIG
    creative audigy 2
    Asus V8460 U Ti 4600 Dx
    CPU full load 28C
    Case full load 24C
    Western D HDD 120gb
    XP Professional current best- crap
    11682 marks=xp best performance settings @ 2500+ 166mhz x 11.0X = 1.83GIG

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    Both ya mobo and vid card will use the 4x AGP protocol which uses 1.5v. Just run the benchmark at it's default settings and it will look after the rest. Yes that score is a lot better (still low but a heap better) though the drivers that ya usin' are a little dated now so update them (www.guru3d.com) and turn off the antialiasing on ya Direct3D and have another go at it.

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