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Old 10th March, 2003, 06:47 PM
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World-Record, GF3ti200 3D score, Powered by: Abit NF7

Ahemmmm.........




Yep, it's at lower grand total system clockspeed. This isn't the final score. I'm just warming up. The tweaking and maximal overclocking is not finished, but but... what can I say... I have gotten a nice score already... out of a little tinnie winnie GF3 Ti200.



11 x 217mhz FSB @ DC dimm2&3 @ 5-2-2-2.0
99mhz AGP
Video overclock not maxed out.
System clockspeed not maxed out.

All this, powered by an Abit NF7.



And yes.. full, complete test.


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Old 10th March, 2003, 07:03 PM
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And yes...

It is the world's most powerful AMD + GF3 ti200 score in the entire futuremark database. Top score, 1st place.


Well, the thing is.... even before this, I was in 1st place, world-record highest score. Nobody beats me... but.. I just beat my own record today. My overclocking project isn't even done and here ya go.
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Thats very good dude. Incredible what you get outta that GF3. Whats your secret? How can you clock it so high?
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Thats very good dude. Incredible what you get outta that GF3. Whats your secret? How can you clock it so high?
hey Allan, long time no see.

Thank you. It's the same GF3ti200 card i've told you about... the one with SK-6 on the core.. Well, that did very good job and served well. I took off that SK-6 and put a waterblock on it. So improved the core clock. Also lots of power came from the high FSBs in my system. Second SK-6 is on my NorthBridge and made the system more stable at high FSBs in long, intensive gaming and 3Dmarks. So there's total of 2 SK-6s.

I'll be maximizing the pelt + waterchilled on my GF3 setup later.. so I can get maximum performance out of it. I had the peltier setup ready before but having few other problems to take care of.. so later, hopefully I'll get a final system overclock and the vid card.
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hmmm...whenever i put better coooling on my GPU it doesnt make a scrap of difference...i think i broke it....ill have to challenge u in CPU power when i get my watercooling system and my replacement BIOS arrives...

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...i might be able to squeeze an extra 3k from my processor...
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...i might be able to squeeze an extra 3k from my processor...
great!.. wish you good luck on your next project and give me some competition.. I really need it.
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Thanks Daniel..
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Invalid, it is highly possible your GPU core chipset isn't very flat. If you take a look at it, the plastic housing around the central GPU core will be slightly higher than the height of the central core. Take a credit card or any card and lay it against the core chipset toward the light. You may see the gap. If that's the case, you might want to lap the plastic part down a little bit. Ensuring nice and even contact between the base of your HSF and the surface of the central GPU core is very important. You can use ASII or III on it then. Replace the HS with a big one. You maybe able to get better clocks out of it and be more stable in hours of gaming non-stop..
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Here's the new record.


CPU clocks back to where it should be.

GeForce3 Ti200 pelt + freezing water to its max.


13,202

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:O

WOW, thats a monster score for that graphics card.

I was pleased to hit 10,000 with my GF3
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Thanks Holst.
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thanks for the tip, whatever...i have ASIII on my core and its mounted with the Crystal Orb increaseing the cooling of my GF3 doesnt seem to get rid of the artifacts when i hit a certain core/memm frequency...cant thing whats wrong, and its really startin to tick me off

Any advice appretiated,

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thanks for the tip, whatever...i have ASIII on my core and its mounted with the Crystal Orb increaseing the cooling of my GF3 doesnt seem to get rid of the artifacts when i hit a certain core/memm frequency...cant thing whats wrong, and its really startin to tick me off

Any advice appretiated,
hmm... usually the artifacts start to appear when the memory is clocked hard on the video card. I'm not sure what your memory clocks is at but try lowering it by 5mhz~ 8mhz maybe and try run the bench. What's your system's FSB at?
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well when i had my A7N8x Deluxe it was around the 200 mark...now i have my 8RDA+ and ive done the VDD Mod, but when i raised the FSB to see if the mod made a difference the BIOS corrupt
I've tried lowering the memory and uping the core clock but at a certain point (220) that is it maxed out too...to run with no artifacts at all then i have it at 220/490...

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