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Thread: POST YOUR 3DMARK 2003 SCORES HERE!!!!

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    I wouldnt say that 4x.xx is for the gf4 series only, however the driver optimisations in that series are mainly (if not only) targeted at the geforce 4 cards.

    If i were you i would stick to a 3x.xx driver, as it will probably give the best results for your card, i personally find the 40.72's to be the best for my old ti4200, so newer isnt necessairtily best

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    before i upgraded my mobo/ram/cpu i was using 44.03 perfectly fine.....................


    EDIT: See post below. (Jakk)
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    We wont help you with anything involving pirated software, if you will read the AUP you agreed to when signign up here you will see why.

    http://www.internet.com/corporate/privacy/aup.html

    You would be advised not to do it again, and if this thread were not so large and long running, it would probably have been closed as a result of your commenting that you have pirated software. In short, we dont want to know.

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    The 3dMark03 is designed specifically for upper end cards like the Geforce FX 5900 and the Radeon 9800. If you haven't noticed the Geforce 4 Ti 4600 w/ overclocking can peak a score of about 2000, but then you put a geforce fx 5900 on a system and the score goes through the roof! they have a normal score of about 6500 and w/ overclocking it can peak at nearly 7000. of course the Radeon 9800 w/ overclocking can easily peak at over 7000. I think you guys know what I mean when I say that THIS BENCHMARK IS POINTLESS IF YOU DON'T HAVE A HIGHENDED VIDEO CARD!!! GEEEEEEEEEEEEZZZZ!

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    I seem to remember reading that 3Dmark2003 actually subtracts points for cards that cannot run the Nature Test (DX9). Basically, a GF4Ti4600 could score much higher if it had the hardware to run the DX9 portion. This true, Bigjakk ??

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    It wouldnt suprise me, i read a comparison article not so long back in which 3dmark03 scores were compared from a Celeron 300A with a r9700 Pro vs a 2ghz+ Ti4800SE system. The Clery system beat if not matched the 2ghz+ system blow for blow. This alone shows that 3dmark03 is NOT to be used as a benchmark for overall system performance, it is a test of graphics cards only, and in all reality, DX9 hardware gfx cards

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    3dMark score -------- 9790




    Pentium 4 1.7
    ASUS P4P800S Motherboard
    512 megs 2600 Ram
    Seagate Barracuda 40 gig 7200 rpm HDD
    ASUS Ti4800 Video
    Hercules GameSurround Muse 5.1 DVD SoundCard

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    huh? does the Ti 4800 seriously have DX9 capabilities? if it does then that's a first in the G4 ti series.

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    Originally posted by MadPistol
    huh? does the Ti 4800 seriously have DX9 capabilities? if it does then that's a first in the G4 ti series.

    Who said nething about Direct X 9.0?

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    huh? does the Ti 4800 seriously have DX9 capabilities? if it does then that's a first in the G4 ti series.
    No, where on earth did you get that from

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    Originally posted by Eagle*RA*
    3dMark score -------- 9790




    Pentium 4 1.7
    ASUS P4P800S Motherboard
    512 megs 2600 Ram
    Seagate Barracuda 40 gig 7200 rpm HDD
    ASUS Ti4800 Video
    Hercules GameSurround Muse 5.1 DVD SoundCard
    That just doesn't seem possible without DX9 support. That's all I was talking about. He must have been talking about the 3DMark 2001 scores. If he was, though, that's a waste of a video card because I got a score of over 13000 on that benchmark, and I only have a G4 Ti 4200. Then again, I also have a 2.8 ghz P4 w/ 800mhz fsb and DDR 3200 memory, but that definately doesn't make sense if that is a 3DMark 03 score.

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    He's got his 3dmark versiosn mixed up, that'll be a score from 3dmark2001 not 2003, heck even with Dx9 support you would be hard pushed to find a card that can do 9000 3dmark 2003 marks

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    Yeah I know. I've only seen about 7000 w/ overclocking on a 9800 pro so I know it's nearly impossible (if not completly impossible w/ today's technology) to get a score like 9000.

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    I agree, 9000 is impossible with current computers.

    But, to my personal scores:

    I got 6900 3dmarks (2003) on my new comp.
    (was going for 7000, but whatever :\ )
    (possibly with the 3.4 catalyst driver, though its sorta "cheating" )

    Specs:
    IC7-g mobo
    3700mhz P4 (3.0c)
    Radion 9800 pro (OC'd to 460\380)
    Corsair 3700
    240gb sata HD (Raid 0)
    (cooled with DangerDen + other watercooling equiptment)
    ..................

    I didnt reall push it much yet, so I might post again once I OC it more.

    Btw, i got 22416 in 3DMARK 2001
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    I didn't know you can overclock a P4. You have to tell me how you did it.

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