Posted 15 April 2004 - 12:38 PM
Final Fantasy XI - 4,488
Aquamark '03 - 31,780
3dMark '03 - 3,881
3dMark '01 - 13,127
Posted 15 April 2004 - 10:51 PM
3dMark ´03 - 5,526
3dMark ´01 - 16,247
My 5900XT non O/C'd after cleaning my computer of spyware etc.
3dmark '03 5,653
3dMark '01 16,937
not bad for this card. Im totally happy with its performance
Posted 15 April 2004 - 10:56 PM
so, maybe after a new install of win i could earn some points more
but a 5900XT + 2800+ is as good as my 9800pro + 2600+ = good enough for next games *smile*
Posted 19 July 2004 - 06:20 AM
3D Mark 2001: 18, 141
PC Mark 2002: 7816
3D Mark 2003: 5819
Aquamark 3: 43, 579
Those are my scores and I tried to put them in my signature but it said that the signature was too long so I just changed it back to my computer specs. What I'm really trying to do is to get my 18, 141 in 3D Mark 2001 to more than or around 20, 000 score. I'm new to overclocking and stuff but I do know some basic stuff about them. I'm using ATi tool to overclock and my default one is 378.50/338.00Mhz but I want to get more than 20, 000 so I tried increasing them by 5Mhz but it doesn't change to the one I changed to instead it stays in default one itself.
I always do the benchmarking in the morning or in the night so when its cold I might get additional score. I also exit all the unwanted programs and I got ADSL (broadband) so I disable that one too so it works faster. Sometimes I change the Windows XP style to Windows Classic Style so I get even more points. I very often do 5 minutes after switching on the so it works faster. That's how I got my highest score in them. Is there another way that I could do to get more than 20, 000 in 3D Mark 2001. If so please reply quickly.