Perhaps a silly question, but what would be regarded as a good score. Or within what range would be regarded as a good score?Initially I had a score of 4419, but after overclocking the processor and GFX card I managed to push this upto 5040, which seemed like a reasonable gain - what do we think?
If you read the notes regarding 3DMark2005 previous versions' scores are not compatible with the latest version.You need to build up a benchmark and compare it to others on the madonion website.
Oops, meant to add a little info about the machine too...Asus A7N8X Deluxe motherboard.Amd XP2500+ processor overclocked to XP3000+Asus AX800PRO/TVD GFX, also over clocked from 475/450 GPU/Mem to 528/520 (I think).1 Gig of Cosair memory - not over clocked.
Stuartli,Kinda guessed as much going by previous incarnations of the software. Just wondered how the score faired in itself. I done the compare thing via the 3dmark website and my machine seemed to compare with other machines of a simlar spec basically.
You're lucky...:-)My system gets about a third of the way through 3DMark2005 and then crashes spectacularly.It's just not up to it unfortunately, but the bomber planes demo is terrific.
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Be aware, it's 283MB!
Your scores are good and about right for your setup.I have a 3.2GHz P4 S478 Prescott overclocked to 3.55GHz with 2GB DDR400 Corsair XMS memory @ 222FSB and an X800pro VIVO BIOS modded to X800XT spec(16 pixel pipelines 500/500 core/memory).With the latest Catalyst 5.11 drivers and 3DMark05 I get a score of 5900.
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