3D Mark 2006 Guru3d Records

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  1. EddieG

    EddieG Master Guru

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    [hwbot] 20,343 - gtx285 @756 q9550 @3.83 [/hwbot]

    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm06=10253907

    Gotta figure out how to get my sys mem to tighter timings. My XP on this Gigabyte board is having a time getting started though. Maybe I'll go for the2oz. copper board. They're getting cheaper USD140. Definately need to cool down that MCH.:bang:

    Edit : Got the 2oz. board...love it !
     
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  2. GalantVR41062

    GalantVR41062 Master Guru

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  3. northy84

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  4. Zenoth

    Zenoth Maha Guru

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    Hey guys,

    I'm a little concerned about the score of my system at stock speeds.

    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm06=10082320

    Is that to be expected? Absolutely nothing was over-clocked for that score. I think that a score of 14,568 is on the slow and low side of things, no? But if I over-clock the CPU @ 3.75 and RAM @ 1Ghz (and leave the GPU at stock) then it suddenly jumps to 17,374, is that also "alright"?

    Thanks.

    EDIT: After some verification it looks like everything is fine. I've also looked at the public Futuremark ORB's database (via benchmarks research) and all the systems I found that had the exact same hardware also performed within the same limits at corresponding frequencies, and usually the best result came when OC'ing the CPU and RAM rather than the card itself, and my score of 17,374 given the frequencies and hardware in question is apparently fine and to be expected. So never mind this post guys.
     
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    northy84, Nice Score, that 4870 & 940 get along real well.
     
  6. northy84

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    i was amazed when i stole my room mates 4870x2 and put it in with my 4870.

    lol 3GB texture memory.. oh they were all stock except for CPU overclock. once i get a 4870x2 of my own i will overclock the three GPU's.
     
  7. TheHunter

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    Best score for me with this aging 8800 :banana:

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  8. AgentJadeD

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    Have you tried unlinking your ram and cpu. And just overclock the cpu.

    My score beats yours by just a bit. with CPU oc'd to 4.2, ram at 800MHz, and a GTX260 216 with 13% oc.

    http://service.futuremark.com/resultComparison.action?compareResultId=10082320&compareResultType=14
     
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    Mark Ancient Guru

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    HeavyHemi: Nice run and great clocks on that 285. What you using for cooling?

    Ale
     
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    Joshua Ancient Guru

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  13. MM10X

    MM10X Ancient Guru

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    [hwbot] 18307 - 9600GT SLI 785/1920/1100 - E8500 4.167Ghz 1.35v 1755Mhz FSB - air [/hwbot]

    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm06=10213284

    woot! my previous record is 17200-ish. :)
    not bad for two low end GPU's and a dual core, eh?


    EDIT: for some reason my score is showing up as a 9600GT DDR2... i lol'd
     
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  14. GalantVR41062

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  15. EddieG

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    Insane that CPU 4.725 clock...what a difference. And on Air:)
    Nice score!!
     
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  17. GalantVR41062

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    I was using the cold air here in Minnesota. Air temps were about -1c and I think I had the volts in the Bios set to ~1.600v and CPUz was showing 1.580v under load and temps were ~45c in HWmonitor, it was not Prime stable but could run Mark 06. I re-seated my cooler and at the 4.275ghz @ 1.344v the temps are a few deg C cooler then before.

    ~John
     
  18. MM10X

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    hmm? did you turn your heater off, or did you put your PC outside? :p
     
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    I just closed the door to the office, closed the heat register, and opened the window, and it was at night.

    ~John
     
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