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Old 12-24-2004, 03:56 PM   #1
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Question Decent 3dmark2001 benchmark?

Well, ive slapped a few peices together to make something that somewhat resembles a computer. Ive finally figured out why my comp always closes my programs, upgrading from a 450 to a 600watt psu, so as soon as i get that, ill redo the 3dmark2001 test. Anyways, i managed to get through teh whole test, and got a 6591. Specs are, and will be upgraded as soon ias i get more extra cash:

1.5ghz P4 478pin, not 423
512mb ddr 3200 ram
Ati Radeon 9550 265mb ddr, agp.
some cheesy sound card
3 case fans, 1 cpu fan.
and other misc crap.

I plan on just getting a 2.6ghz P4 or something similer soon, whatever's cheapest. ANd then get another stick of 512 to bring it up to 1gig of ram. Im not a big gamer, just like to play teh occasional game. I do alot of image editing, so i figured this would work fine. just curious on my 3dmark2001 benchmark.

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Old 12-24-2004, 03:59 PM   #2
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Default Re: Decent 3dmark2001 benchmark?

well thats not very good I get somwhere around 18,000 on 3dmark2001

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Old 12-24-2004, 06:27 PM   #3
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well, 3DMark2001 basically tests your video card (and some of the cpu.) and surfgye is using a 9550.
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