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Old 25th August 2003, 23:47   #41
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have you already tried tests like UT2003 bench / Q3 timedemo ?
 
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have you already tried tests like UT2003 bench / Q3 timedemo ?
No, i don't have proper results to compare with. I really need to continue working on madmark after my exams.
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totaly off topic, new avatar JM ?

that's it really...
 
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I'm not really sure what i did, but the problem seems to be fixed.

I disabled HT, set AGP to 4x, sideband transfer disabled and tinkered with the memory settings. That didn't do it, so i put it back to how it was before and now it seems to perform like it should. Weird.

P4 2.6C @ 3.3Ghz, mem relax at 4/5, R9800 @ 425/375 = 190xx 3d marks. Maybe a little on the low side, but not too shabby for a micro-ATX board.
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I'll need very expensive ram & motherboard to beat your score. It isn't worth the investment.
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your are right, it isn't worth it.
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what ram are you using?
Corsair PC3200 here craps out around 220Mhz 2.5 3-3-6
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