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Marcos 01-07-05 08:19 AM

Barton 3000+ to 64 3500+ quick results
 
everything @ stock speed
3dmark 2001:

3000+ = 14xxx
3500+ = 22xxx

Aquamark:

3000+ = 44xxx
3500+ = 62xxx

Doom timedemo 1280x1024 2x aa

3000+ = 40.x fps
3500+ = 56.x fps


thats all i can remember right now. im not at home so i cant recall the specifics.

1337_Like_ThaT 01-07-05 01:17 PM

Re: Barton 3000+ to 64 3500+ quick results
 
Wow, now that's a beautiful jump...What video card are you running on your rig??

anzak 01-07-05 01:42 PM

Re: Barton 3000+ to 64 3500+ quick results
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by 1337_Like_ThaT
Wow, now that's a beautiful jump...What video card are you running on your rig??

Maybe you should look at his sig. :p

1337_Like_ThaT 01-07-05 06:15 PM

Re: Barton 3000+ to 64 3500+ quick results
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by anzak
Maybe you should look at his sig. :p

Oh wait, duh!! :o I could've sworn he had no sig before creating thread...Maybe he just uploaded it to his profile??? Prove me wrong marcos ;)

npras42 01-07-05 07:46 PM

Re: Barton 3000+ to 64 3500+ quick results
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Marcos
everything @ stock speed
3dmark 2001:

3000+ = 14xxx
3500+ = 22xxx

Aquamark:

3000+ = 44xxx
3500+ = 62xxx

Doom timedemo 1280x1024 2x aa

3000+ = 40.x fps
3500+ = 56.x fps


thats all i can remember right now. im not at home so i cant recall the specifics.

Well I have to say that your Doom3 score alone proves that it was worth it. You could even notch up the res and/or AA now (I guess).

I love the feeling of using a PC w/ an upgraded CPU. Everything just feels so much smoother and faster. From booting up to browsing the net to playing a game.
:D

Buenamos 01-07-05 11:47 PM

Re: Barton 3000+ to 64 3500+ quick results
 
I know when i went from my P4 2.8 @ 3.2 to my AMD 3400, my 3dmark01 went from like 18,000 to 25,000. Everything from my desktop to my games were soooo smooth, I dunno if I'll ever go back to Intel unless their 1066fsb cpu is hella fast.

That jump was with the same memory and video card too.

PSYCHODAD 01-09-05 01:14 AM

Re: Barton 3000+ to 64 3500+ quick results
 
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I just upgraded from a 3200+ barton to a 3500+ S939 and the difference is incredible. Looking forward to getting my second vid card for SLI.


--New System--

Asus NF4 SLI MB,
Thermaltake Tsunami case,
OCZ 600w psu,
1gb Corsair xms,
Tt Silent Boost hs/fan,
XFX 6800gt
74gb WD Raptor HD,
300gb sata2 HD,
Audigy2 ZS.
Dual layer DVD RW

macatak 01-09-05 03:20 AM

Re: Barton 3000+ to 64 3500+ quick results
 
Results of my upgrade from xp3200+(sktA,Barton)====>a64 3500+(939Newcastle)

3DMK05: 4,856====>4,864(much the same)

3DMK03: 11,399====>12,118

3DMK01: 18,151====>22,685

AquaMK3: 53,775====>64,995

Games

Doom3: Timedemo1 'High Quality'
54.6====>57.7 fps

Painkiller: benchmark c5l2,Max Settings
90.0====>110.0 fps

HL2: Custom Timedemo 'airboat', High Detail,Reflect All
62.79====>68.67 fps

HL2: Timedemo 'Guru3D_demo5'
97.57====>103.56 fps

CS:Source VST
98.04====>105.00 fps

Call of Duty: Timedemo
134.7====>155.5 fps

Quake3: Timedemo 001
276====>313 fps

UT2K3
203====>233 fps

Far Cry: Research Demo
same score


Riddick: EFBB Custom Timedemo
same score

All the benchmarks were done with the same GFX card and driver (67.03)
All the games were benched @ 1280x1024,4AA,8AF set in Driver Panel
All the synthetic benchmarks were freeware versions and with AA and AF set to 'application controlled'
CPU and GPU were @ stock clocks in both setups

Marcos 01-09-05 08:59 AM

Re: Barton 3000+ to 64 3500+ quick results
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by 1337_Like_ThaT
Oh wait, duh!! :o I could've sworn he had no sig before creating thread...Maybe he just uploaded it to his profile??? Prove me wrong marcos ;)

nah man i always had a sig ^_^

MustangSVT 01-11-05 06:03 PM

Re: Barton 3000+ to 64 3500+ quick results
 
What kind of computer or settings were you running on the Barton 3000+ previously? Because those jumps pretty huge. I have an Athlon XP-M @ 2.4GHz, 1GB DDR400, and I can get 59k in AquaMark3, about 19k in 3DMark2001.

Oh and I get 61.2fps in Doom3 timedemo at 1280x1024 2xAA High Quality with my Athlon XP..

Frankly it sounds like you jumped from having Barton 3000+, 512MB and 6800 GT with totally wrong drivers and nothing set up properly, because I get higher score than your A64 3500+ in Doom3 with an Athlon XP. I mean like, I was getting score of 14200 in 3DMark2001SE with my Athlon XP and Ti4200.

Marcos 01-12-05 01:57 PM

Re: Barton 3000+ to 64 3500+ quick results
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by MustangSVT
What kind of computer or settings were you running on the Barton 3000+ previously? Because those jumps pretty huge. I have an Athlon XP-M @ 2.4GHz, 1GB DDR400, and I can get 59k in AquaMark3, about 19k in 3DMark2001.

Oh and I get 61.2fps in Doom3 timedemo at 1280x1024 2xAA High Quality with my Athlon XP..

Frankly it sounds like you jumped from having Barton 3000+, 512MB and 6800 GT with totally wrong drivers and nothing set up properly, because I get higher score than your A64 3500+ in Doom3 with an Athlon XP. I mean like, I was getting score of 14200 in 3DMark2001SE with my Athlon XP and Ti4200.


the doom is 4x AA ultra oops

and 3dmark 2001 is cpu heavy thats why you got that score

MustangSVT 01-12-05 05:02 PM

Re: Barton 3000+ to 64 3500+ quick results
 
How do you explain getting 44k in AquaMark3 then? I get 59k. Something sounds fishy. A CPU upgrade like that shouldn't improve performance by more than 5 to 7%. As for Doom3, I get 50.x fps with 4xAA 16xAF on that resolution, so your old score still sounds wrong. Like I said, a CPU upgrade like that will never account for that much of an upgrade. Either you didn't install chipset drivers last time, or you were testing AquaMark and etc. with AA/AF enabled.


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