Jade Falcon wrote:I seem a voodoo6k get a tick under 1k fps in quake 3 before.....
Zoomed in at a wall.
Let me help you with itrick6 wrote:Still, i wish i had a QX9770 and a board supporting both this cpu and AGP so that i could redo all my benchmarks that i did with my Athlon X2 4200+.
First of all don't get the wrong idea : They are BAD MB for almost all Quad Cores.shiva2004 wrote:I have a 4CoreDual-Sata2 myself, but with a humble Pentium D 920, much more in line with what the chipset was designed originally for, and taking into account that the Asrock 4CoreDual were dubbed as bad motherboards for quad cores, the fact that you can run an overclocked QX9770 in it is amazing. Have you modded the mobo or is it in its original configuration?
Very nice, anyway.
agent_x007 wrote:Let me help you with itrick6 wrote:Still, i wish i had a QX9770 and a board supporting both this cpu and AGP so that i could redo all my benchmarks that i did with my Athlon X2 4200+.
I got all 3DMark's from '99 Max till '06 as well.
I added E5700 @ 4GHz and P4EE 3,2GHz @ 3,53GHz for completeness
"E5700" @ 4GHz serttings : LINK
P4EE 3,2GHz @ 3,53GHz settings : LINK
agent_x007 wrote:If anyone's got results for Phenom II x4 with 4670 AGP or 3850 AGP GPU's... please share.
I need them for comparison
Offordef wrote:I have a ASRock AM2NF3-VSTA, HD4670 AGP and HD3850 AGP (+ a GW 7800GS+ GS 24P),
In the pipeline for a while but stil waiting on a affordable Phenom 2 X4 970 and plan to finish my Dual/Quad K8 AGP project first.
But this should be a very interesting comparison.
You can see driver in GPU-z windowcopados33 wrote:What did you do to install the 3850 agp drivers in Windows XP? I have a Sapphire 3850 agp and I couldn't for the life of me figure out how to get it working under WinXP, I ended up installing Windows Vista on my Pentium 4 setup.
Arctic wrote:Why do you use Catalyst 10.2 ?
Arctic wrote:LOL I meant why do you use 10.2 for the 3850 AGP?
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