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How would you feel about benching a x1800? :)

Well, with Amilo I'd guess very fast black screen :)

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3DMarks05

Score: 3726

Driver: 7770-mobile-[Guru3D.com].exe

Flashd to 39.60

Score: 3744

Driver: XG_MobileForce_84.56_v2.40.exe

Score: 3746

Driver: 8456 from laptopvideo2go.com

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Score: 3746

Driver: 8456 from laptopvideo2go.com

You could test if this gives boost to your 84.56 - the 84.56 tweakerizer.

For me it gave.

http://tweaksrus.com/index.php?option=com_...ed&ascdesc=DESC

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Well, with Amilo I'd guess very fast black screen :)

Huh?

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Score: 3738

Driver: 8456 / XTreme-G Tweakerizer.v8456.exe

Vertical Sync: ON

Score: 3768

Driver: 8456 / XTreme-G Tweakerizer.v8456.exe

Vertical Sync: OFF

Improvments :)

So these are the drivers i will intregate in my WinXP CD

Thnx from Sonej/Sweden

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Thnx from Sonej/Sweden

Var så god :)

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91.28 added - fastest on 3DMark06 so far; older benchies not too convincing.

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added tweakerized 91.28 benchies - speedup again. But overclocks not as well as earlier versions.

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91.31 added, std and tweakerized.

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Yeah, went from 3745 to 4102 in 3Dmark05 with tweakerized 84.21 and some oc. :)

Thanks zippy!

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91.33 added - might be the best overclocker.

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91.37 BSODded during install, perhaps best to get 7950?

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91.37 XTreme-G Mobile Force added, no problems.

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91.45 added, problems: BSOD during install => no CP at all.

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91.47 added - no problems.

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91.48 - no problems; me too - performance

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92.91 added - fastish but beats 91.33 not.

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92.91 added - fastish but beats 91.33 not.

and tweakerizer gives no extra speed.

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Hi guys!

I have a Amilo M3438G with a GeForce Go 6800.

I am only getting 2982 on 3Dmark05 (1440x900 with 2xAA).

GPU Info:

No OC,

Nvidia 8.4.2.5 with modded INF file (from these forums)

flashed GPU BIOS from .39 to .60

General Info:

2.0 GHz Pentium D

1 GB RAM

Latest drivers for LAN/Wireless/RAID

WinXP Pro /w updates

Background services:

Standard stuff +

AVG Zonealarm

Any idea on how I can improve my score to something like 3800?

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Any idea on how I can improve my score to something like 3800?

I tought you were playing dumb... but given that you spilled such a long post... it's kinda scary. :)

Run the benchmark in it's default resolution without ressources hogs such as FSAA.

Do you REALLY think you'll get the same result when running the benchmark at 800x600 and 1600x1200? (4 times more pixels) Keep in mind that benchmarks are not meant to do pissing contests... if you want to do pissing contest at least do an apple to apple comparison.

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Run the benchmark in it's default resolution without ressources hogs such as FSAA.

As the default what normally is used is 1024x768 and your 1440x900 puts 60% more strain,

I have no idea what the "normal" result is. Perhaps some eerie has done it in Futuremark ORB?

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As the default what normally is used is 1024x768 and your 1440x900 puts 60% more strain,

I have no idea what the "normal" result is. Perhaps some eerie has done it in Futuremark ORB?

Oh, so your benchies use 1024x768 without AA. I was under the impression that you were using 1440x900. :P

I tought you were playing dumb... but given that you spilled such a long post... it's kinda scary. :)

Run the benchmark in it's default resolution without ressources hogs such as FSAA.

Do you REALLY think you'll get the same result when running the benchmark at 800x600 and 1600x1200? (4 times more pixels) Keep in mind that benchmarks are not meant to do pissing contests... if you want to do pissing contest at least do an apple to apple comparison.

No I don't think the benchmarks scores would be the same, I was under the impression that zipper was using 1440x900.

And I perfectly know that benchmarking isn't a pissing contest. :) The Amilo Amilo M3438G has a history of needing mods/hack (flashing gpu ROM, hacked INF files) to get it to perform normally. I wanted to make sure that I did not miss out any of the additional steps required to get the 'real performance' from my machine. I am not a regular here, so I had no idea that zipper was using 1024x768, otherwise I would have never asked what I asked. There was no need to get pissed off, a simple "zipper is using 1024x768" would be sufficient.

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