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Reply 740 of 753, by Shagittarius

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My new Win 98 Machine, scores 17k+ in 98, 22k+ in XP, here's the specs & score in XP:

Xeon 3230
ASRock 4Core-Dual-VSTA
2 GB DDR2 @533ish
ATI Radeon 9800 Pro 128MB
Windows 98SE / XPSP3

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Reply 741 of 753, by SPBHM

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E7300, Asrock g31m-vs, 4GB DDR2 800, XP SP3, HD 4670 DDR2, HD 5850 reference, HD 7850 windforce 2x

it's interesting how on 3dm01 the 5850 is faster even when all the specs are all lower, and on 3dmark 03 the 7850 scores a lot higher than the 5850,

the 4670 does OK given the low memory bandwidth, but it's all very CPU limited I guess, also in gaming the 4670DDR2 is way slower,

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Reply 742 of 753, by Carlos S. M.

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SPBHM wrote on 2020-01-11, 15:40:

E7300, Asrock g31m-vs, 4GB DDR2 800, XP SP3, HD 4670 DDR2, HD 5850 reference, HD 7850 windforce 2x

it's interesting how on 3dm01 the 5850 is faster even when all the specs are all lower, and on 3dmark 03 the 7850 scores a lot higher than the 5850,

the 4670 does OK given the low memory bandwidth, but it's all very CPU limited I guess, also in gaming the 4670DDR2 is way slower,

ATI GCN seems to do poorly in 3DMark2001 SE compared to the older Terascale cards from what i've seem, my HD 5870 could score as high as 85k with a 4.6 ghz 1st gen i7 oc. Most GCN class GPUs struggles to surpass 45k even with really fast core 2 or 1st gen i7, for reference my 5870 scored roughly 62k in 2001 SE with an stock C2D E8600, 71k at 4 ghz and 78k at 4.4 ghz. My friend's HD 7970 only scored 45k with an i3 550 @ 3.7 ghz OC

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Reply 743 of 753, by SPBHM

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Carlos S. M. wrote on 2020-01-13, 09:52:
SPBHM wrote on 2020-01-11, 15:40:

E7300, Asrock g31m-vs, 4GB DDR2 800, XP SP3, HD 4670 DDR2, HD 5850 reference, HD 7850 windforce 2x

it's interesting how on 3dm01 the 5850 is faster even when all the specs are all lower, and on 3dmark 03 the 7850 scores a lot higher than the 5850,

the 4670 does OK given the low memory bandwidth, but it's all very CPU limited I guess, also in gaming the 4670DDR2 is way slower,

ATI GCN seems to do poorly in 3DMark2001 SE compared to the older Terascale cards from what i've seem, my HD 5870 could score as high as 85k with a 4.6 ghz 1st gen i7 oc. Most GCN class GPUs struggles to surpass 45k even with really fast core 2 or 1st gen i7, for reference my 5870 scored roughly 62k in 2001 SE with an stock C2D E8600, 71k at 4 ghz and 78k at 4.4 ghz. My friend's HD 7970 only scored 45k with an i3 550 @ 3.7 ghz OC

that's interesting, I wonder how much of it is just drivers "3dmark optimizations" lacking or simply DX7 optimization,
looking at the results the 7850 is also slower at GT4 which uses shaders/DX8; I would need to test other things, but this CPU is not ideal for it since both cards are really fast for a 2.6Ghz C2D

looking at 3dmark03, the 7850 scored 74K, the 5850 64.5k on the same PC; now the 7850 is faster on all tests but GT1 (DX7 but also the more CPU limited one I guess), the 5850 holds a significant lead on that but on the rest the 7850 is ahead (Dx8/9),

the 5850 is also a little faster on quake 3 arena. (but more like 5-7% and again it's so CPU limited...)

Reply 746 of 753, by Carlos S. M.

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Tried on my Z97 system with i7 4790, HD 4600, BCLK OC to 103 Mhz and DDR3 2133 CL9

Also tried a 9500 GT in both single and SLI
HD 4600:

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9500 GT:

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9500 GT SLI:

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Socket 423/478 Motherboards with Universal AGP Slot
Socket 478 Motherboards with PCI-E Slots
LGA 775 Motherboards with AGP Slots
Experiences and thoughts with Socket 423 systems

Reply 747 of 753, by matze79

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Wow SLI really Sucks.

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Reply 748 of 753, by Standard Def Steve

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Another 5 MHz of FSB, another few hundred points. The 6800GT is slightly overclocked, at 385/540. This particular card is a pretty bad overclocker, but it's enough to push this machine over the 14K mark.

PIII-S @ 1628MHz (155MHz FSB, AGP @ 77.5MHz)
QDI Advance 12T motherboard - VIA Apollo Pro 266T chipset
2GB DDR @ 310MHz (2-2-2-5 timings)
EVGA GeForce 6800GT @ 385/540 - 81.98 driver
X-Fi Platinum
XP SP3

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Super P3: PIII-S @ 1.63 GHz/FSB155 | 2GB DDR-310 | 6800GT AGP | 500GB 7200 RPM
Super G4: 2x PowerPC 7455 @ 1.5 GHz | 2GB DDR-333 | 7800GS AGP | 300GB 10k RPM
Super G5: 4x PowerPC 970 @ 2.5 GHz | 16GB DDR2-533 | x1950XT PCIe | 512GB SSD

Reply 749 of 753, by Standard Def Steve

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And here are the 3DMark2000 and Aquamark results. Same clocks and drivers as the 3DMark01 result up above.

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Standard Def Rigs
Super P3: PIII-S @ 1.63 GHz/FSB155 | 2GB DDR-310 | 6800GT AGP | 500GB 7200 RPM
Super G4: 2x PowerPC 7455 @ 1.5 GHz | 2GB DDR-333 | 7800GS AGP | 300GB 10k RPM
Super G5: 4x PowerPC 970 @ 2.5 GHz | 16GB DDR2-533 | x1950XT PCIe | 512GB SSD

Reply 750 of 753, by Carlos S. M.

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Messing with my VIA C7-D 1800 Mhz and graphing skills, there some results i've gathered at the moment, still working on it

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Socket 423/478 Motherboards with Universal AGP Slot
Socket 478 Motherboards with PCI-E Slots
LGA 775 Motherboards with AGP Slots
Experiences and thoughts with Socket 423 systems

Reply 751 of 753, by Shagittarius

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Carlos S. M. wrote on 2020-06-11, 09:03:

Messing with my VIA C7-D 1800 Mhz and graphing skills, there some results i've gathered at the moment, still working on it

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Those VIA chips aren't very good performers in 3d huh? I would think at that frequency you should be getting much better performance out of those cards.

Reply 752 of 753, by agent_x007

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Clock adjusted FX series (with some period cards added as ref. points) :

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