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Alex Titarenko Jan 03, 2006, 06:18pm EST Report Abuse
http://img403.imageshack.us/img403/5451/3dmark05score9io.jpg

I have a Winchester a64 3200 @ 2.5GHz, 1gig ram overclocked just a bit, PNY 7800gt (480/1.15GHz)
On this site, My cpu would be beating the fx-55 lol.

http://www.sharkyextreme.com/hardware/cpu/article.php/3261_3424131__9

Is this normal? Kuz it dont seem like it lol .


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PCGEEK Jan 03, 2006, 06:24pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: 3dMark 05 CPU score is too high
Your CPU score is about 1400 less then mine. So yes i would say it looks about right.

Adam Kolak Jan 03, 2006, 06:46pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: 3dMark 05 CPU score is too high
getting a high score, just shows that you have optimized your system well. Good job.

But dont ever say your score is too high lol. instead brag about it.

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<a class= Jan 03, 2006, 07:03pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: 3dMark 05 CPU score is too high
WOW, my PC really IS underperforming pretty badly. Even with this GTX card overclocked to 485mhz/1.3ghz I only got 8344 in 3dmark 05. And thats with hella overclocking and optimizing everything I could. Though my cpu score is pretty decent. 8303. I wonder what makes my pc underperrform :(

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Alex Titarenko Jan 03, 2006, 07:03pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: 3dMark 05 CPU score is too high
but how is it that my score is higher than fx55?

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- Intel Core 2 Duo e6600 @ 3.4GHz
- ASUS P5W DH Deluxe
- 2048 Patriot ddr2 667 ram
- 7800gt V1 Ultra (500/1200) .1 Vold Mod
PCGEEK Jan 03, 2006, 07:09pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: 3dMark 05 CPU score is too high
lol bro it all depends on who tested that FX 55 .
More to it then just runing a benchmark.

Alex Titarenko Jan 03, 2006, 07:24pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: 3dMark 05 CPU score is too high
ran it again after a reboot, almost got 5600 for cpu score and almost 8200 for total :)

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Current Specs:
- Intel Core 2 Duo e6600 @ 3.4GHz
- ASUS P5W DH Deluxe
- 2048 Patriot ddr2 667 ram
- 7800gt V1 Ultra (500/1200) .1 Vold Mod
Fixer Jan 03, 2006, 07:41pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: 3dMark 05 CPU score is too high
He also says 3654 for the 3500+
I have the 3500+,
My score with no O/C
3DMark Score 7265 3Dmarks
CPU Score 4786 CPUMarks
Just shows how much he knows about setting a comp up and running a bench mark lol

G. G. Jan 03, 2006, 08:43pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: 3dMark 05 CPU score is too high
Alex,

That website that you posted showing the results of 3dmark05.... they are using 6800GT as their video card.

Sharky's FX-55+6800GT = 3669 (extremely low)

THG's VGA Chart is a AMD64 +4000+6800GT = 4790.

THG's PCIe Chart is a AMD FX57 + 7800GT = 6785

My system Intel 650 3.4ghz + X800XT = 6000

Your system OC'd 3200 + 7800GT ( OC'd ?) = 8175

So I say your system is running very well and is at where it should be with all things considered.
But I do have to say that the site you posted ..... all their results seems..... very low on all systems they were testing on. Maybe they dont know how to do proper testing???? who knows....

as for you beating their FX55.... well.... you are comparing your 7800GT that may be OC'd against their 6800GT that they used to do the testing with. I am sure that if they used a OC'd 7800GT like you that it would allow their FX-55 to stretch it legs more and their cpu scores would be higher. In other words.... the video card they used is most likely bottle necking the heck out of that cpu.

here is the page that shows the hardware they used in their testing. http://www.sharkyextreme.com/hardware/cpu/article.php/3261_3424131__2

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Alex Titarenko Jan 03, 2006, 09:07pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: 3dMark 05 CPU score is too high
one more thing....when I OC my video card any more, I begin to get artifacts. Is this because of the core speeds, or the ram speeds? When I overclock even more, my temp stays fine, just the artifacts start showing. Do you guys think I could OC either core or ram more and not have artifacts? thnx.

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Current Specs:
- Intel Core 2 Duo e6600 @ 3.4GHz
- ASUS P5W DH Deluxe
- 2048 Patriot ddr2 667 ram
- 7800gt V1 Ultra (500/1200) .1 Vold Mod
PCGEEK Jan 03, 2006, 09:34pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: 3dMark 05 CPU score is too high
well there are fixes for this.

more volts to memory or more volts to the core

Or run it cooler.

whats the temp under load ?


Alex Titarenko Jan 03, 2006, 09:35pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: 3dMark 05 CPU score is too high
2 things:

1. My temp underload when i overclock to 500/1200 is 65c

2. How do I add more voltage? lol

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Current Specs:
- Intel Core 2 Duo e6600 @ 3.4GHz
- ASUS P5W DH Deluxe
- 2048 Patriot ddr2 667 ram
- 7800gt V1 Ultra (500/1200) .1 Vold Mod
PCGEEK Jan 03, 2006, 09:38pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: 3dMark 05 CPU score is too high
65c way way way way to high .

If its nvidea the only way is to mode the bios.

If its ATI ATI overclocking tool .

Hell I run my ATI same temps as i did my Nvidia temps .

45 to 50c max under load.

your runing a 7800 GT I owned 4 of them lol.

492 1.22 overclock 34c idol 46cmax load stock cooling

502 1.22 only 1 C higher and that was in SLI.

Alex Titarenko Jan 03, 2006, 10:04pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: 3dMark 05 CPU score is too high
dude, my bro said that as long as its under 70c, its fine. And I believe him kuz all he does is sit infront oc computers all day lol.

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Current Specs:
- Intel Core 2 Duo e6600 @ 3.4GHz
- ASUS P5W DH Deluxe
- 2048 Patriot ddr2 667 ram
- 7800gt V1 Ultra (500/1200) .1 Vold Mod
PCGEEK Jan 03, 2006, 10:12pm EST Report Abuse
>> Re: 3dMark 05 CPU score is too high
lol well I'm 33 years old Owned 4 7800 GT OC . 5 6800 GT OC . 2 6600 GT

List goes on for a mile. One thing is for sure I can overclock with the best of them. So take it to heart or don't I care less. I'm done with this thread. GL to ya.

lol I overclock my 7800 GT from 505 core to 492 core and 1.2 to 1.22 memory on stock air 100% stable in all games. You cant even get close to that and I don't know what I'm talking about.

Latter's.

<a class= Jan 04, 2006, 12:07am EST Report Abuse
>> Re: 3dMark 05 CPU score is too high
GEEK those OC's were with the volt mod right? Or you had some hardcore cooling? No way you can get that on stock air.

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PCGEEK Jan 04, 2006, 12:14am EST Report Abuse
>> Re: 3dMark 05 CPU score is too high
nope 100% stock air no volt modes

My X1800XT 512 runs

750 core 1820 memory with 100% stock cooling to lol.

7800 GT,s by BFG come with killer HSF .

Stock HSF with X1800XT is the best I have ever seen.



 

    
 
 

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