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Well, I finally broke 33k... just! (Still looking for another 200 marks to wrestle back the top position on another forum - crossfire 3 x 5870 / i7 920 rig <_< ).

 

P33067 i7 920 @4230MHz; 2 x GTX 295's (Quad SLi) @695/1510/1190; RAM 7-7-7-19-88-1T

ORB compare link

 

 

@The_Smith - I like the colors but what about 4 x GPU's (a.k.a. me)?

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@The_Smith - I like the colors but what about 4 x GPU's (a.k.a. me)?

Like previously, I am going to put them the same color as Tri-GPUs. :)

 

Edit: Everything's updated! ;)

Edited by The Smith

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I get a strange message when i'm starting 3DMark2001 SE

 

Warning

3DMark2001 SE was not able to detect 12MB of memory.

At least 128MB of memory is required for 3DMark to run correctly.

As result the total score is about 52.000 points with a i7 930 @ 4.2GHz + GTX295 stock settings.

That's less then the scores i reached with my old Q6600 @3.0GHz and a 8800GTS

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I got that message as well... seems that the modern GFX cards cause problems with '01. I could click through it in the past but when I reinstalled Windows recently, it simply refused to work (stays loaded but no window displayed). In the end, I uninstalled it. There's a post on the FutureMark forums about this and the official word is "no longer supported, incompatible with Win7, hit and miss whether it works or not".

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I got that message as well... seems that the modern GFX cards cause problems with '01. I could click through it in the past but when I reinstalled Windows recently, it simply refused to work (stays loaded but no window displayed). In the end, I uninstalled it. There's a post on the FutureMark forums about this and the official word is "no longer supported, incompatible with Win7, hit and miss whether it works or not".

The graphics card is no problem, under winXP with my Q6600 i got 62.000+ points with '01

They are still selling '01 on there website.

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3DMark Vantage:

P33283 i7 920 @4230MHz; 2 x GTX 295's (Quad SLi) @695/1510/1195; RAM 7-7-7-19-88-1T

ORB compare link

 

3DMarrk 06:

28119 i7 920 @4230MHz; 2 x GTX 295's (Quad SLi) @700/1510/1200; RAM 7-7-7-19-88-1T

ORB compare link

Edited by Blaise

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I really thought I'd posted these already... I was probably thinking of hwbot though :lol:

 

i7 920 @ 21x196=4116 MHz, 3x2GB @ 588, 8-8-8-22-1T

 

3DMark 05: GTX260 216 SLI @ 756/1512/1188 - 34659

3DMark 06: GTX260 216 SLI @ 783/1566/1224 - 27015

3DMark Vantage: GTX260 216 SLI @ 783/1566/1224 - P26390

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Back again, but this time using an i7 930.

 

 

3DMark Vantage:

P34422 i7 930 @4315MHz; 2 x GTX 295's (Quad SLi) @695/1500/1190; RAM 8-8-8-21-88-1T

ORB compare link

 

3DMarrk 06:

29709 i7 930 @4300MHz; 2 x GTX 295's (Quad SLi) @700/1500/1200; RAM 7-7-7-17-74-1T

ORB compare link

 

3DMarrk 05:

38360 i7 930 @4410MHz; 2 x GTX 295's (Quad SLi) @695/1510/1190; RAM 7-7-7-17-74-1T

ORB compare link

Edited by Blaise

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3DMark06: 28119 - i7 930/2xGTX295 - Blaise

Whoops... I forgot to change my score for 3DMark06 (I'd used my previous post as a template). It should read as follows (the compare link was correct anyway):

 

3DMarrk 06:

29709 i7 930 @4300MHz; 2 x GTX 295's (Quad SLi) @700/1500/1200; RAM 7-7-7-17-74-1T

ORB compare link

 

PS. I edited my original post so it is correct now.

Edited by Blaise

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