Discussion in 'Benchmark Mayhem' started by PixelDude, Nov 1, 2002.
Sorry if I troubled you with the specs, but my memory setup is in dual-channel. I have x2 256 MB Memory sticks DDR 400 from Twinmos. I'll update my specs.
Do I still deserve my benchmark score?
I've seen only "512MB", so I assumed you were running with one memory stick.
No, you definately not. There must be something wrong with your software. Are you sure you're doing the bench without AA turned on? 'Cause I had something like 13k with Redeon 9800PRO on my old PIII system (PIII email@example.comGhz).
What about your hardware? FSB 4x133 for the CPU and 4x200 (asynchro) for the ram?
3DMark2001SE: 13600 p
16300 stupidly slow.......
Software? Well. I just formatted my windows. AA Turned on? Where do I find this AA and AF others tell me?
And yes, I have no idea of the FSB and things about, and my bios detects my memory as DDR333. Sorry for being a noob. I think this is what brings down the bench scores.
So based from my specs, what score do I deserve, with AA/AF turned on or off?
I'm also using the latest ATI catalyst drivers. Also tried the Omega before.
And, is there a software to test if my video card has a problem?
you will be able to run faster if you turn your memory down to 133DDR (266), and make the timings faster, maybe 2-2-2-5 or something
You will know if your video card has a problem because you will get your image looking messed up etc - ie you will see if there is anything up
Your AA and AF settings can be found by right clicking on your desktop, going to properties, then:
Thanks a lot Tom F. I'll come back here with the new settings and post again another score.
I just broke 22k. now i shall work for 23k.....
lol, I got 4818 running my Geforce 4MX 440, agp 8x, 128mb
Here's a link to my 25k+
14K...470 core / 840 mem.
Hey omga14...webpage loads but says your Product Id doesn't exist...what's up man?
thats a suprise, MetalGear. I got that score with 9600XT, do you have the latest mobo drivers installed? what cats version you got? It could be your memory, but not likely.
hmm, anyone think that 9265 is a little low for my system?