Discussion in 'Overclocking, Benching & Modding' started by Vampyromaniac, Aug 26, 2003.
6783 isounds right though.
Heres my new score now that I did a little overclocking on the core. It has no artifacts and I could probably take it higher, but I don't want to, all I wanted to do was break 7K.
eh, how come i cannot post my result online? It says that I need the result browser....
I think I'm going to try OC'ing something. Probably GPU:420-MEM:369+CPU:3.6ghz(maybe)
I should be posting the results tomorrow morning.
Aw crap, you beat me, let me try overclocking the card a little more.
EDIT: Heres my new higher overclocked score: http://service.futuremark.com/compare?2k1=6936749
Used cat 3.2 + 9800 SmoothVision 2.1, I got another additional 200 pts.
Raising it to 6147!
It's not ATI, but I didn't see anywhere where this was an ATI-only test. Used 8X AA since I don't have a 6X, per se.
I'll give it a wee OC a bit later. The CPU is good for another 400-700MHz or so, and I haven't OCed this new 5900U yet.
Wow, and I thought I had a high score!
CPU still at 2.8, card at 500/950. 10169. I'll have a compare link up as soon as we get back from the movies, services.futuremark.com seems to have just gone flaky.
Got to go download that Intel overclocking doodad on the front page, get my OC on.
Just to make sure its not the result of a "cheat" can you change the name to something else? Like 3dmarker.exe or something.
42DD-mork-from-ork.exe = 10638 (Thanks for the performance tip, increased my score! )
I'm using 45.24, so all the obvious special-casing should be removed, though I'm as concerned about the validity of the test as you are. Seeing as stock clocked 9800 Pro and 5900 Ultras normally run neck-and-neck in most apps, I suspect my easy lead. Without switching to a different test, though, it's hard to think of any other ways to check.
but, isnt it just like cheatin if u wont use those oc sppeds on real gamin? I mean, I can get to 5500 by ocing my card and cpu, but I dont use those settings ever
I can't speak for craig, but for me, the situation is a little fuzzy. I'm not usually overclocked.... But I'm not usually running Windows, either. I keep two sets of settings for my machine. One is OCed to the edge of stability, I use that setup when I'm playing new or demanding games. The other config is everything at stock. Still Hellaciously fast, but also more reliable than most heart/lung machines. I run the non-OCed speeds for my day-to-day life, and switch to my OC when I'm gaming hard.
The graphics card, though.... It gets a mad OC and when it's proven stable, that mad OC goes onto the BIOS and runs 24/7....
Cheating is basicly considered something that someone else can't do, everyone can overclock their cards with better cooling, but not everyone has access to the source code to change how the drivers function.
Nice work on that system Forge, I'm really impressed.
new one with changed Mobo & 1700+ & DDR Ram, not a big change, but still nice to see ^^
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