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3dMark05 score of 5794..Is this any good?

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by spygyper, Nov 10, 2006.

  1. spygyper New Member

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    Just used 3d mark05 for 1st time and got a score of 5794.
    Just wondering is this any good or should I be aimining for better.

    Machine is:

    AMD Athlon 64 (venice) 3500+ skt939,
    Asus A8V-VM mobo,
    Inno3d 7600GT 256MB GDDR3,
    1.5GB Crucial DDR RAM,(1x1GB 400, 1x512MB 333)
    400W PSU (Budget)

    Any tips would ber grateful...cheers..:toast:
     
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  2. Jimmy 2004

    Jimmy 2004 New Member

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    That is just about right for a 7600GT. Look here for a good site that lets you compare different cards and gives you an example of a 3Dmark score for most of them. Obviously you can overclock if you want to go higher.
     
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    thats not bad my stock score on 3dmark05 was 6147 with my 7600gt but that could be because of my cpu,my highest 05 so far is 7489 that with the vmod and overclocking core to 660mhz and memory 1700mhz but that a really good start good luck:toast:
     
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  4. bobyjo New Member

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    I just ran 3DMark05 & 3DMark06 yesterday.
    The scores are:::
    05=9931
    06=4779

    I don't know if this is a good score or not.
     
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  5. bobyjo New Member

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    IMO::You would do better if you purchased a matched pair of memory sticks.
    PC400 or DDR3200 in 2x512mb or 2x1gb sticks.
     
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    Well the 05 score seems fine, maybe should be a little higher but the 06 score is 1000 or so lower than I would expect.
     
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    Is that about right for a 1950Pro???/ so they dont even better a 7900GT?? or in fact many 1800XT's.
     
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    1950pro would score better with your cpu overclocked some.

    It usually does 10k with most of the bottle neck dead.
     
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  9. bobyjo New Member

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    I normally do not OC my system.
    I have at times just to run benchs.
    The scores I have posted are straight default on the cpu and vid card.

    I did run
    3DMark2001se and scored 30,377
    3DMark03=13987
     
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    spy-
    that's fine, but if you got a matched pair of ram, like someone mentioned above, that would help alot

    i think that you struck a very nice price/performance ratio with your build, :toast:
     
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  11. El Mariachi New Member

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    gets a better score than my x800xl. 5069 stock 5300 oc'd
     
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    My X800XL gets 5930 OC'd. Not bad I suppose... Why is yours so slow El Mariachi?
     
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    agp, same spu as you but stock cpu and gpu
     
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