DH 3Dmark Results

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  1. Bolletje

    Bolletje New Member

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  2. Mac Daddy

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    I don't have time to run benchies tonight but a great idea organizing the 3Dmark tests in one thread.

    You put a lot of time and thought into this and your post + rep and I will post back with some results this weekend ;)
     
  3. Bolletje

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    Thank you ;)

    I will make some more new topics for some others subjects.

    I hope people will post some results quicker with a topic like this, also results from budget systems are interesting.
     
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    Good initiativ Bolletje, it was about time to get a new updated thread regarding this topic!
    Thread stuck!
     
  5. Lowfat

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    How about a PCMark Vantage?
     
  6. Bolletje

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    Well, that version is used far less than the 3Dmark series.

    However, if there is enough animo, maybe it could be added...
     
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    3Dmark 2006 score: 16274
    Username: Chaos
    CPU: Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600
    CPU speeds: “2400” @ “3204”
    RAM: 2 * 2GB OCZ Reaper HPC
    RAM speeds: "1066" @ “5-5-5-18”
    Motherboard: MSI P45 Platinum
    Graphics card: Sapphire Toxic 4870 512 MB
    Graphics card speeds: “780/1000” @ “800/1100”
    Cooling CPU: Air (Freezer 7 Pro)
    Cooling GPU: Stock

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    3Dmark Vantage score: 9845
    Username: Chaos
    CPU: Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600
    CPU speeds: “2400” @ “3204”
    RAM: 2 * 2GB OCZ Reaper HPC
    RAM speeds: "1066" @ “5-5-5-18”
    Motherboard: MSI P45 Platinum
    Graphics card: Sapphire Toxic 4870 512 MB
    Graphics card speeds: “780/1000” @ “800/1100”
    Cooling CPU: Air (Freezer 7 Pro)
    Cooling GPU: Stock

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    3Dmark 2005: 20729

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  8. Bolletje

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    Ok, for this time I will add these, but in the future: can you make screenshots from your whole screen? As stated in the TS?

    Thank you :)

    @ below
    Added, but still I don't see screenshots with the score visible. I added them because this is the first day so people can get used with it ;)
     
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    blibbax nahm8

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    Nothing special here, but I may as well claim a spot while I can:

    3Dmark 2006 score
    : 8999
    Username: Blibbax
    CPU: Intel E2220
    CPU speeds: “2400”
    RAM: 2 * 1GB Kingston Value
    RAM speeds: "667" @ “4-4-4-8”
    Motherboard: Foxconn P4M9007MB
    Graphics card: Zotac 9800GTX+ Zone Edition
    Graphics card speeds: “740/1100/1836"
    Cooling CPU: Air (AC Alpine 7 Pro)
    Cooling GPU: Zotac self contained water cooling

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    3Dmark 2005 score: 12580
    Username: Blibbax
    CPU: Intel E2220
    CPU speeds: “2400”
    RAM: 2 * 1GB Kingston Value
    RAM speeds: "667" @ “4-4-4-8”
    Motherboard: Foxconn P4M9007MB
    Graphics card: Zotac 9800GTX+ Zone Edition
    Graphics card speeds: “740/1100/1836"
    Cooling CPU: Air (AC Alpine 7 Pro)
    Cooling GPU: Zotac self contained water cooling

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  10. Bolletje

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    Yesterday I got my new solderingstation for the Vmod. I will try to post some results (if I succeed in soldering ;p)
     
  11. Mac Daddy

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    Cool tweaking up the AMD system and will post some results tomorrow. Don't expect stellar results its a 5200+ with a 9600gt but does the job :)

    (Vdimm mod on that coming soon my Ungar soldering station at home works great)
     
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    That should be ok for at least 8000 - my E2220 scored 8400 at stock with a stock 9600GT, and the 5200+ is a slighly stronger CPU.

    P.S. Look at all the four digit numbers in that post! Woah!
     
  13. Mac Daddy

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    Cool and at stock I was at 8048 so you are spot on but going into 5 digits here :)

    @Bolletje I think the inclusion of the driver version used might be a good idea especially when checking results against your own so included that in this post.

    This is the highest I can achieve before the Vdimm mod on the MSI mobo which I will do soon ...

    3Dmark 2006 score: 10168
    Username: Mac Daddy
    CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 5200+
    CPU speeds: “2700” @ "3231"
    RAM: 2 * 2GB OCZ ReaperX PC8500
    RAM speeds: "949" @ “5-5-5-18” (no ram divider on mobo)
    Motherboard: MSI K9N SLI (version 2)
    Graphics card: Gainward Bliss 9600GT
    Graphics card speeds: “650/900/1625" @ "750/950/1875"
    Cooling CPU: CM Hyper212 (2x120mm fans)
    Cooling GPU: AC Accelero S1 with turbo module
    Driver version: Forceware 182.50

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    (Two screenshots here forgot to move the 3dmark6 window down before running :bleh:)
     

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  14. Bolletje

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    Well, you can also look at the GPU-z screen where the driver version is stated. ;)

    But if you really want I will add it to the TS...
     
  15. Mac Daddy

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    Ahh yes that's right too ... well hey lets make it optional :)

    Here are the Vantage tests both with and without PhysX enabled. I am going to run the PI test on these settings then move onto my main machine I have some adjustments to make to it first though.

    Same settings as the 3DMark6 tests.

    PhysX disabled

    3Dmark Vantage score: P4821
    Username: Mac Daddy
    CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 5200+
    CPU speeds: “2700” @ "3231"
    RAM: 2 * 2GB OCZ ReaperX PC8500
    RAM speeds: "949" @ “5-5-5-18” (no ram divider on mobo)
    Motherboard: MSI K9N SLI (version 2)
    Graphics card: Gainward Bliss 9600GT
    Graphics card speeds: “650/900/1625" @ "750/950/1875"
    Cooling CPU: CM Hyper212 (2x120mm fans)
    Cooling GPU: AC Accelero S1 with turbo module
    Driver version: Forceware 182.50

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    PhysX enabled

    3Dmark Vantage score: P5946
    Username: Mac Daddy
    CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 5200+
    CPU speeds: “2700” @ "3231"
    RAM: 2 * 2GB OCZ ReaperX PC8500
    RAM speeds: "949" @ “5-5-5-18” (no ram divider on mobo)
    Motherboard: MSI K9N SLI (version 2)
    Graphics card: Gainward Bliss 9600GT
    Graphics card speeds: “650/900/1625" @ "750/950/1875"
    Cooling CPU: CM Hyper212 (2x120mm fans)
    Cooling GPU: AC Accelero S1 with turbo module
    Driver version: Forceware 182.50

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    3Dmark 03 score: 82527
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    CPU: i7 920
    CPU speeds: 2.66GHz @ 3.9GHz
    RAM: 6GB Aenon DDR3
    RAM speeds: 1200MHz @ 9-9-9-24
    Motherboard: EX58-UD5
    Graphics card: BFG GTX295
    Graphics card speeds: 576/1242/999
    Cooling CPU: Cooler Master V10
    Cooling GPU: stock


    [​IMG]
     
  17. Bolletje

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    You don't see 03 that often, but hey ok, I will add it. :)

    Hopefully this week (weekend?) I will post some results with a 9500GT and E7300. Budget stuff I know, but I like the fun :)
     
  18. Mac Daddy

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    OK here we go man I had to switch back to my Gigabyte mobo as the ASUS which had originally been damaged in a shipping mishap has been retired.

    These are stock settings and the Diamond HD4870 is factory O/Ced. (I just left Overdrive locked for the first tests.)

    (Win7 Ultimate X64 build 7.100)


    3Dmark Vantage score: P7046
    Username: Mac Daddy
    CPU: Intel C2D E6550
    CPU speeds: 2.33GHz @ 2.33GHz
    RAM: 2 * 2G OCZ ReaperX PC8500
    RAM speeds: 1066MHz @ 5-7-7-20
    Motherboard: GA-X38-DQ6
    Graphics card: Diamond Viper HD4870 512
    Graphics card speeds: 800/950 (factory O/C)
    Cooling CPU: Cooler Master Hyper212 (1 fan)
    Cooling GPU: stock
    Driver version: Cat 9.4 (Win7 beta 64 bit)

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    CRAP :wtf:

    Sorry Bolletje in the screeny for the above post I included the SPD tab instead of the Memory tab but the settings are the same as in this post.

    3Dmark6: 10974
    Username: Mac Daddy
    CPU: Intel C2D E6550
    CPU speeds: 2.33GHz @ 2.33GHz
    RAM: 2 * 2G OCZ ReaperX PC8500
    RAM speeds: 1066MHz @ 5-7-7-20
    Motherboard: GA-X38-DQ6
    Graphics card: Diamond Viper HD4870 512
    Graphics card speeds: 800/950 (factory O/C)
    Cooling CPU: Cooler Master Hyper212 (1 fan)
    Cooling GPU: stock
    Driver version: Cat 9.4 (Win7 beta 64 bit)

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  20. Mac Daddy

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    One last one tired here so tired I actually emailed a bunch of mates about an article and forgot the link :wtf:

    Seems I am going to have to go to ATT or Rivatuner on this as I maxed out the RAM @ 1100 using Overdrive under CCC.

    3Dmark6: 14024
    Username: Mac Daddy
    CPU: Intel C2D E6550
    CPU speeds: 2.33GHz @ 3.06GHz
    RAM: 2 * 2G OCZ ReaperX PC8500
    RAM speeds: 1096MHz @ 5-5-5-18
    Motherboard: GA-X38-DQ6
    Graphics card: Diamond Viper HD4870 512
    Graphics card speeds: 830/1100
    Cooling CPU: Cooler Master Hyper212 (1 fan)
    Cooling GPU: stock
    Driver version: Cat 9.4 (Win7 beta 64 bit)

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    (Two images 3dmark blocked CPU-Z on the first)
     

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