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Mr.X3M 26th June, 2003 10:58 AM

PCMark scores
 
Post ur scores here, My mem testing
http://service.futuremark.com/compare?pcm=1353188

Evc 19th July, 2003 05:06 AM

Mine should be in my sig

cloasters 19th July, 2003 10:54 PM

7006 in 3DMark01. 700 in 3DMark03. Which BM do I prefer?

Evc 20th July, 2003 01:00 AM

Obviously 2001SE :D

I get like 1500 in 2003, runs like crap except for the first benchmark.

cloasters 20th July, 2003 04:07 PM

Welcome to AO's Forums, Evc!

Please remove the link to the fast, etc hardware site in your Sig. The link to your 3DMark scores is fine. 'Fraid we don't permit links to any other outside sites. Thank you!

Evc 22nd July, 2003 05:03 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cloasters
Welcome to AO's Forums, Evc!

Ive been here a while as you can see my join date, I used to have like 50+ posts but I dont know where they all went :confused:

I'll change it just cause you asked nicely, unlike other places.

cloasters 22nd July, 2003 06:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Evc
Ive been here a while as you can see my join date, I used to have like 50+ posts but I dont know where they all went :confused:

I'll change it just cause you asked nicely, unlike other places.

Thank you for removing the link from your signature, Evc. However, removing one and adding two is not cricket. If you read the Forum Rules Writ in Stone, posted in every Topic Heading, you'll see that pics as well as the great majority of links are not allowed in Member's sigs. Please remove the three "banners" in your sig, as well as the "My PC" and "My game collection" links in your signature. Thank you very much for your cooperation!

Adding a detailed list of the components of your PC to your sig here is acceptable and encouraged!

I posted a question to the Admin staff about the discrepancy in the number of your posts. I'll post what they have to say in this thread when I hear from them.

robbie 22nd July, 2003 07:03 PM

He probably lost all his posts when we had that little "problem" with the forum and had to restore from a backup.
Rob

Evc 22nd July, 2003 10:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cloasters
Thank you for removing the link from your signature, Evc. However, removing one and adding two is not cricket. If you read the Forum Rules Writ in Stone, posted in every Topic Heading, you'll see that pics as well as the great majority of links are not allowed in Member's sigs. Please remove the three "banners" in your sig, as well as the "My PC" and "My game collection" links in your signature. Thank you very much for your cooperation!

Adding a detailed list of the components of your PC to your sig here is acceptable and encouraged!

I posted a question to the Admin staff about the discrepancy in the number of your posts. I'll post what they have to say in this thread when I hear from them.

I think the post count happened from what Robbie said, I think I remember that happening when you got the new forums? I dont remember really.

Im just curious as to why the game collection listing isnt allowed? Its just a link to all the games I own, now if that was a txt file hosted on some free webspace, would that still be a problem?

cloasters 23rd July, 2003 04:00 PM

I think most Members lost some of their posts between the two "upsets in normal function" we experienced this year. I haven't heard from the Admin Staff about your missing posts. I'll let you know when/if I do.

The allow very few links to other than AOA features policy is simply that. Sorry, but ANY links or pics that aren't AOA related aren't permitted. It's not personal, it's simply the rules.

Evc 23rd July, 2003 09:08 PM

Wanted to get an answer from staff, thanks.

Aedan 23rd July, 2003 10:37 PM

You've made 100 posts, of which 56 have been in "Random Nonsense", which does not add towards your post count. That leaves 44 by my count.

You are allowed to send a PM directly to any staff member if you feel you need to have something sorted out. I personally don't have time to read each and every post, but fortunately cloasters is more on the ball than I am. :)

cloasters 24th July, 2003 03:50 AM

Excellent! Your post count is now corrected, Evc. Posts in a few Topic Headings aren't added to a Member's running total. This is an equal opportunity policy, Staff's posts in the same Topic Headings are treated exactly the same. Hope to see many more posts from you in the future, ask a question or answer a question, it helps all of us!

Thanks for looking in on this Aedan!

Evc 24th July, 2003 05:41 AM

Thanks Adean for straightening it all out.

Good work to cloasters for being nice about everything instead of being a jerk and all like other forums do/are :cool: :thumbsup:. I know how the posts work cause I see "no post count" on some of the forums, post count really doesnt matter to me, but isnt there a minimum number to browse the for sale forums? Cause when I try to view the latest it says I dont have access or something to that effect. :o

Quote:

You do not have permission to access this page. This could be due to one of several reasons:

You do not have permission to access the page that you were trying to. Are you trying to edit someone else's post or trying to access administrative features? Check that you are allowed to perform this action in the Forum Rules.
If you are trying to post, the administrator may have disabled your account, or it may be awaiting activation.
Logged in user: Evc [logout]

cloasters 24th July, 2003 07:18 PM

The last time I checked, Members need 75 posts under their belts to be able to post in the Classifieds Topic Heading. It's a bit of a tease, I'm afraid. You can "look but not touch." It's possible that the Admin Staff have changed this so "under 75er's" can't see the classifieds at all.

Minimum post count to enter the Classifieds section used to be 150.

Evc 25th July, 2003 04:51 AM

Alright, well now I know why I cant get in there. Looks like I got some posting to do. Thanks 4 clearin it up.

daktari 31st July, 2003 09:35 PM

heres my pc mark 2002 score:
http://service.futuremark.com/compare?pcm=1432744
dont know if its good or bad yet!!!

SPQQKY 2nd August, 2003 03:58 PM

PCMark2002

Gotta love this 8RDA+! This wipes the floor with the Abit NF-7 I had.

cloasters 3rd August, 2003 12:49 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by daktari
heres my pc mark 2002 score:
http://service.futuremark.com/compare?pcm=1432744
dont know if its good or bad yet!!!

If it was 3DMark01SE, your score should be higher. I'm not certain how your box and Vidcard should rate in 3DMark02. You might run 3dMark03--if you don't mind the ~170 Mb download. Most Vidcards other than the Radeon 9800
rate poorly, the BM is an excellent ego-deflator!

daktari 3rd August, 2003 08:00 PM

in 3dmark2001se ive managed to top 13000=i think thats good? its the first time i ran pc mark 2002 so i wasnt sure wat sort of scores i should be getting....ive compared some of the other scores and mine SEems to be ok im happy with some of my memory scores for the mo... tnx :)

ive ran 2003se and scored 3800 not brilliant but ok for a 9600tx

cloasters 4th August, 2003 04:49 PM

Mmm, 13000 in 3DMark2001SE...drool. Nothing shabby about that score!


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