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Old 29th December, 2002, 05:42 AM
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3dmark score

have an 8RDA+ with corsair xms 3500 2x256 sticks cpu is an xp 2200+

running the memory at Auto and the CPU FSB overclocked to 166 using a muliplier of 11 so running DDR 333 video is a radeon 9700pro hard drive is a 120GB western digital special edition with eight meg of cache my 3dmark score came to be 13,238 is that a little low or is that what is should be around with the hardware and settings im using tks
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Old 29th December, 2002, 09:03 AM
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looks about right to me
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I'd say perhaps a little low, but will get higher once you update drivers/ tweaking. Having said that its high enough to run just about anything out today. My comp as sig
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Id say low too.

Put the multiplier down more and up the FSB. Your RAM can hack much higher FSB than 166. Sync both RAM and CPU and you will get a higher score.

My 3Dmark2001se score

Thats with a ASUS Ti4200 @ 300:533 (its teh older slower mem so cant clock it high )
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Make sure your using the nForce drivers. A friend forgot to reinstall these, and was only seeing 14,800 at stock
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