geforce 6600 benchmark

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by Imhotep, May 27, 2005.

  1. orenda635

    orenda635 Ancient Guru

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    Just noticed this. You have the same card as me. Quite a nice OC. A 67% increase on core clock. Water cooling is nice but it's very expensive and I've heard it requires careful maintenance.
     
  2. Must Kill Ati

    Must Kill Ati Master Guru

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    *QUOTE Originally posted by Imhotep*

    *1-I noticed on the troll game test the sharp flad edges (ie table, bookcase, etc...) were not smooth. Looked kinda like line over line when diagonal.
    2-The CPU test's looked very bright, almost cartoony. The images looked kinda jagged and sharp around the adges. Also had an extreemly lower FPS then the game test.
    3-Pixel Shader 2.0 looked good. *

    Our results sound very similar.
     
  3. Must Kill Ati

    Must Kill Ati Master Guru

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    Orenda635,
    I'm wondering about the XG tag after your cards name...what does that represent? I don't know if there is a difference between our cards, or if mine is an XG also and I didn't know it. :)
     
  4. adnandcs

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    CPU Scores guys ...
    http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=125200

    c this post of mine . it has not been answered for some reason :)
    but it might be helpful to some to compare their scores with mine ..

    specially look at the cpu score .. with athlon xp 2000+ i m getting better score than the author of this thread who own's a 2700+

    maybe its something to do with the drivers set?
     

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    orenda635 Ancient Guru

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    Just means I'm using ExtreamG drivers. Has nothing to do with the card itself.
     
  7. dan182

    dan182 Master Guru

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    Surely 3dMark is meant to push your graphics card to the limit, so if artifacts do apparea then its just because 3dMark is pushing your card to the limit. As long as there are no artifacts in the games you play then surely it doesnt matter?
     
  8. computerdude

    computerdude Guest

    Wow I get 53,706 (Aqua Mark) with my 6600gt at default settings of 500/1000. Sorry if I embarrased anyone.....LOL! :)
     
  9. cufarmer

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    Nope..no embarrassment (except for my spelling)...My best guess is your RAM timings arent set for performance. However....no need in double posting.
    If your games run smooth and your happy, then all is good. Good luck!
     
  10. jugsta

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    Hey guys, I was browsing on google today for a little help with my new video card. Fortunately I came across these boards and read up. I have to say I am a little dissapointed with it but its too late now. Anyways I will post my 3Dmark05 scores. My 3dmark was 2080. My CPU was 1159. These scores were after I OC'ed the GPU to 375Mhz and the memory to 555. Interestingly, my card would only go up to 450Mhz max on the GPU (anything over 375-> ! ) and the memory would only go up to 555Mhz out of a possible 750 before it wouldn't pass the Rivatuner Test. Any suggestions or even dead ends would be appreciated. Thanks!
     

  11. JamesDax

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    My 6200 gets 2574 in 3dmark05.
     
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