What do you think of these 3DMarks for my Dell PC?

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Postposted on Mon Jan 21, 2002 12:23 pm

I just downloaded and ran 3DMarks 2001 and got the results below. What do you think? Are they decent marks?


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System configuration & settings:
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Operating System --------------Microsoft Windows XP
DirectX Version ----------------8.00

Mobo Manufacturer -------------Dell Computer Corporation
Mobo Model ------------------Dimension 8200

CPU -------------------------Intel Pentium 4 1795 Mhz
FSB -------------------------100 MHz

3D Accelerator ----------------NVIDIA GeForce3 Ti 200
Graphics Chipset --------------NVIDIA GeForce3 Ti 200
Driver Version ----------------5.13.01.2183
Video Memory ----------------64 MB

Resolution --------------------1024x768 32bit
Texture Format ----------------Compressed
FSAA ------------------------Disabled
Z-Buffer --------------------- Depth 32bit
Frame Buffer ------------------Double
Rendering Pipeline -------------D3D Pure Hardware T&L



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Detailed Test Results:
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3DMark Result ------------6202 3D marks

Game 1 Car Chase - Low Detail ---96.8 FPS
Game 1 Car Chase - High Detail --36.3 FPS
Game 2 Dragothic - Low Detail ---86.4 FPS
Game 2 Dragothic - High Detail --50.6 FPS
Game 3 Lobby - Low Detail ------103.4 FPS
Game 3 Lobby - High Detail -----49.8 FPS
Game 4 Nature --------------------30.0 FPS

Fill Rate (Single-Texturing) ------566.4 MTexels/s
Fill Rate (Multi-Texturing) -------1160.7 MTexels/s

High Polygon Count (1 light) -----13.7 MTriangles/s
High Polygon Count (8 lights) ----2.7 MTriangles/s

Environment Bump Mapping ------93.4 FPS
DOT3 Bump Mapping -----------91.9 FPS

Vertex Shader Speed ------------41.8 FPS
Pixel Shader Speed -------------67.0 FPS
Point Sprite Speed -------------13.0 MSprites/s

Published -----------------------No



I also got the following benchmarks using SiSandra 2001 (version 2001.0.7.10):

CPU Benchmark:
* Dhrystone ALU -----------------3691 MIPS
* Whetstone FPU/SSE2 ----------938/2195 MFLOPS

Multi-Media Benchmark:
* Integer SSE2 -----------------7131 it/s
* Floating-Point SSE2 -----------8819 it/s

Memory Benchmark:
* Integer ALU/RAM Bandwidth ----1574 MB/s
* Float FPU/RAM Bandwidth ------1609 MB/s

* Performance Rating (PR) = -----2154



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Postposted on Mon Jan 21, 2002 2:54 pm

Looks kind of anemic, but not too bad. The GF3 Ti200 could use a little overclocking if you haven't already. Those suckers tend to have a lot of headroom.
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Postposted on Mon Jan 21, 2002 5:00 pm

hehe they sound fine to me... well, better than my 90 3dmark 2000 marks :smile:

Wallet is happy to be buying a new system now,
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Postposted on Mon Jan 21, 2002 6:17 pm

No I haven't overclocked the Graphics card yet. The thing is still under warranty (for three long years to come). I will do it later. What's an average score for a Pentium 4 1.8GHz, with nVidia GeForce3 Ti200? Anyone know?
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Postposted on Thu Feb 21, 2002 12:33 am

How can your P4 1.7GHz manage around 1500MB/s in a memory benchmark? I'm assuming you're not using RDRAM? My P4 1.6Ghz is hitting the top of Sandra's Memory mark, at a little bit higher than what they have listed as PC800 CL2 RDRAM. Using Samsung 2x256 RDRAM and Abit Th7 Motherboard
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Postposted on Thu Feb 21, 2002 9:03 am

The Dimension 8200 ships with RDRAM, from memory (excuse the pun).
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Postposted on Thu Feb 21, 2002 9:24 am

I get 6200 2001SE 3dmarks (6000 on vanilla) with a Ti200 at 233/470 core/memory on a P3 1.1GHz. This is in XP.
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