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3D MArk 06

Discussion in 'Software' started by greenbrucelee, Oct 10, 2008.

  1. greenbrucelee
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    Is the 14359 an ok score?

    I ran it this morning before work and later realised that my RAM isn't running at full speed as I need to change a setting in the BIOS and I'll see if this helps improve the score.

    I ran 3D mark a couple of years ago on my old system and got something like 2000+ for the score, I was just wondering how good or bad my new score is.
     
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    Looks good to me.

    Get the RAM running at a decent speed and the only way is up. :)

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    Cool : Apparently my mobo supports 1066Mhz RAM but only if I change a setting in the BIOS, so I'll do that and see what happens when I run 3d MArk again
     
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    Let us know! :thumbleft


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    Dont forget each different version has different hardware requirements so running 3dmark 2001 you will get a score of 10 billion or something, you can only really compare scores if the version you ran 2 years ago was exactly the same as the one your running now (same revision n'all).
     
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    I was running the one that has recently been updated to provide support for vista and newer graphics cards like mine :)
     
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    Maybe we should have a CF 3D Mark 06 scores thread :)
     
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    Nah, would be too much like a manhood measuring contest - of which I would win. :p

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    whos measuring! all you need to remember is small, medium and WOW
     
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    Thread digression is just one of those things that never gets old eh? :)

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    Nothing wrong with a bit of light hearted competition now and then,
    although getting your wanger out might be taking things too far :p
     
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    It would be interesting to me what other get, I am going to do 3 sets of runs with 3d mark, one with my RAM set to it's proper setting, one with the cpu on the next level and one with the cpu level set to crazy whatever that may be :D
     
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    Wanger wars! Hah!


    Right, back on topic... :p

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    Start a new thread with your results, I will get me a copy of 3D Mark and have a go too.
     
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    I'll do it after my curry tonight, still at work which sucks
     
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