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    irecinius is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    Default 3dMark results

    Well after looking that the DX10 Thread, I felt curious.. how my current computer would fare against the beast that is called 3DMARK..

    So lets put up your computer here!
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    Lets start strong shall we?

    My end result was:
    269

    Your system compared to all 1526664 system configurations. There are 1493908 systems with a higher score and 32756 systems with a lower score than your system.

    I'm happy that there are 32k people out there with worse computer then I do.
    --------------------RESULT DETAILS-------------------------

    Main Test Results

    3DMark Score 269 3DMarks
    SM 2.0 Score 124 Marks
    SM 3.0 Score N/A
    CPU Score 882 Marks

    Detailed Test Results
    Graphics Tests
    1 - Return to Proxycon 0.855 FPS
    2 - Firefly Forest 1.214 FPS

    CPU Tests
    CPU1 - Red Valley 0.278 FPS
    CPU2 - Red Valley 0.447 FPS

    HDR Tests
    1 - Canyon Flight (SM 3.0) Not Supported
    2 - Deep Freeze (SM 3.0) Not Supported

    -----------------------CONFIGURATION----------------------
    Components Your System

    Processor Intel Pentium 4 2993 MHz
    Physical / Logical CPUs 1 / 2
    MultiCore 1 Processor Core
    HyperThreading 2 HTT Processors per Core
    Graphics Card ATI RADEON X600
    Graphics Driver RADEON X600 Series
    Co-operative adapters No
    DirectX Version 9.0c
    System Memory 512 MB
    Disk Space 76.3 GB
    Motherboard Manufacturer Dell Inc.
    Motherboard Model 0F8098

    Operating System Microsoft Windows XP

    PS. At least they said my computer is Vista-able....



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    Who doesn't know what 3DMark is..
    www.3dmark.com
    Download the 3DMARK' 06 and run it.. 600mb download...
    "Chile is a thin and tall country"

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    MadDogMike is offline Senior Member Always Around
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    I'm at work at the moment so I don't have all the extra info, but my new PC got almost 11000 3D marks in 3Dmark06. That may seem good, but for some reason Vista x64 is really giving me gaming performance issues, so I think it can be better.

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    About 13.5k with a single video card and 15-16k with two.
    On Vista Ultimate 32-bit.

    3DMark isn't a beast at all. I average out at 40+fps at ever video test with a single video card. =\

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    3DMarks are not indicative of real-world performance btw.

 

 

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