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Hakaslak
09-08-06, 12:02 PM
I can't seem to get higher that 4960 in 3DMArk06...

Clock speed is at 600 core 650 memory at 1.24 volts.

Anyone have any ideas how I can get the score higher?

It's a Dell. And don't bash it just because of that. Chances are that it pwns your computer.

Thanks a bunch!

jAkUp
09-08-06, 12:05 PM
Umm, that actually sounds like a pretty good score for a 7900GS.

Hakaslak
09-08-06, 12:11 PM
It is?

Kinda low...

jAkUp
09-08-06, 12:14 PM
Most are getting around 4,300 depending CPU.

Hakaslak
09-08-06, 12:17 PM
Is there anything I can do to get at least over 5000?

saturnotaku
09-08-06, 12:19 PM
Why? 3DMark is a meaningless synthetic test. Long as it actually plays games well at the settings you demand, what's the difference?

Hakaslak
09-08-06, 12:22 PM
Because I am a lifeless, pale, lethargic wannabe that lives off of overclocking.

Viagra is a bottle of encapsulated 3DMark scores.

MustangSVT
09-08-06, 12:36 PM
That score sounds extremely good for a 7900GS. Don't see anything wrong.. In fact, it's TOO good. You should be happy. ;)

Hakaslak
09-08-06, 01:54 PM
http://www.hakaslak.com/shares/private/score2.bmp

Hakaslak
09-08-06, 01:55 PM
WOOT! 4993!

Now to get those last 7 points >_<

stncttr908
09-08-06, 02:19 PM
Because I am a lifeless, pale, lethargic wannabe that lives off of overclocking.

Viagra is a bottle of encapsulated 3DMark scores.
Awesome post. :rofl

Hakaslak
09-09-06, 03:33 AM
After some more tweaking, I got it up to 4998.

Damn... two more points. Maybe if I overclock it plus 10 mhz on the mem and core... :D

Burnt_Ram
09-09-06, 07:20 AM
good score! i only get 59xx with SLI ;)

Hakaslak
10-05-06, 10:08 PM
Update:

I got it to FREAKIN 4999.

WTFWTFWTFWTFWTFWTFWTFWTFWTFWTFWTFWTFWTFWTFWTF..

I surrender. I had to clock my video card at 600 / 1400... not cool. The only way I got it to function without artifacts and BSODs was to attach my air conditioning directly into my laptop's video card intake vent by a hose. For you owners with Dell e1705s, it's the vent next to the backspace key. So... not exactly stable IMO.