How do you increase your 3d Mark 2000 score?
I'm running a Geforce 2 GTS PRO. The best I can get my score is 4899. I think it is low compared to other systems with my specifications.
PIII 600b Katmai
UDMA 66 20 gig hard drive 7200 rpm
128 megs of ram
Geforce 2 GTS PRO
I can't get AGP 4x to run even with the latest tweaks and wpcrest. Other cards are getting around 5500 on the average. What can I do to increase my score? Also, has anbody had any trouble with the TV out option? Mine won't show any color at all with the latest drivers and beta drivers.
You indeed should be getting a higher score I think, cause I am getting a score of 4400 with my setup, which is:
Duron 750 on kt7 raid
128Mb pc133 cl2
Geforce 2 MX @ default speed.
Maxtor 60Gb 7200rpm ata66
My bet would be, get yerself a newer cpu.
Coppermines also come in slot version, so if you'd buy a newer one, you'd see a lotta improvement, cause if ya ask me it is yer cpu that is holding ya back.
I know that the cpu is somewhat of a bottleneck. However, I still think I should be scoring higher even with cpu as is. I still can't get AGP 4x ro run. Sidebanding works great.
What size is your vid card?
Maxtor 10gb hd 7200rpm
64mb Geforce2 GTS
1027x768, 16 bit color
Just using CPU optimization, I get 4927.
It is a 64 meg card
200 mhz core
400 mhz memory
hmmm...Yea you shold be gettin in the high 5000s. AGP 4x wont do a lot, maybe 100 or so points. Don't really worry about it. I think there is some other software/driver/firmware holdin ya back. It seems oddly slow.
I finally got AGP 4x to run. It is highly unstable, but it works. The CPU can't hindering my score by 1000 points either. I don't know exactly what else I can do.
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