Originally Posted by Sk8erian
This benchmark is misleading because you have no idea what the 'Nvidia baseline' is. It doesn't say what system the baseline is being based on. I guess the only way to really use this benchmark is to save your previous results and after you change some settings/OC/new drivers/etc...see if you got any higher on the next benchmark. But even then, you don't know if a 40 point increase is a lot or a little....there's nothing to base the test on.
In a way I think your right about it being missleading because, in one test of the program GPU performance what I did was to run it w/ 16 bit color and not 32bit and the damest thing my benchmark went from 51 in 32bit to 89 in 16bit, when to nVIDIA site to see if I could fine out what they base the baseline and couldn,t find anything.
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