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  • Mike25
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    Not to bad scores

    This is the first computer I have built.
    It's a Fox Conn 661FX&MI-S
    Celeron 2.56 O.C to 3.14
    with 256 Cache, 533 Mhz FSB
    And 1 Gig of ram
    I think my scores are good. (could be wrong) lol

    Benchmark Results
    Test Name This Computer
    CPU - Integer Math 64.41
    CPU - Floating Point Math 302.17
    CPU - Find Prime Numbers 179.38
    CPU - SSE/3DNow! 1301.08
    CPU - Compression 1946.06
    CPU - Encryption 18.70
    CPU - Image Rotation 203.31
    CPU - String Sorting 577.55
    Graphics 2D - Lines 131.52
    Graphics 2D - Rectangles 37.95
    Graphics 2D - Shapes 30.16
    Graphics 2D - Fonts and Text 120.92
    Graphics 2D - GUI 164.94
    Graphics 3D - Simple 370.63
    Graphics 3D - Medium 50.47
    Graphics 3D - Complex 14.46
    Memory - Allocate Small Block 1323.54
    Memory - Read Cached 1787.62
    Memory - Read Uncached 1419.24
    Memory - Write 663.65
    Memory - Large RAM 61.03
    Disk - Sequential Read 364.20
    Disk - Sequential Write 22.40
    Disk - Random Seek + RW 3.60
    CD - Read 15.39
    CPU Mark 393.65
    2D Graphics Mark 343.45
    Memory Mark 388.51
    Disk Mark 1411.15
    CD Mark 1884.59
    3D Graphics Mark 139.39
    PassMark Rating 692.87

    System information - This Computer
    CPU Manufacturer:GenuineIntel
    Number of CPU: 1
    CPU Type: Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU 2.53GHz
    CPU Speed: 3140.8 MHz
    Cache size: 256KB
    O/S: Windows XP (WIN32)
    Total RAM:1073201152 Bytes
    Available RAM:709664768 Bytes
    Video settings: 1280x1024x32
    Video driver
    DESCRIPTION:
    RADEON 9550
    MANUFACTURER:
    RADEON 9550
    BIOS:
    113-A03523-103 BIOS
    DATE:
    05/04/13
    Drive Letter: C
    Total Disk Space: 14.6 GBytes
    Cluster Size: 4 KBytes
    File system:NTFS


    PassMark(TM) PerformanceTest 6.0 (http://www.passmark.com)
    Results generated on: Wednesday, April 26, 2006

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  • J.R.Barajas
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    Originally posted by merlin
    Originally posted by J.R.Barajas
    I built this for less than 600 dollars


    688 is a good score what is the CPU overclocked too? I have 2.4 on mine right now yours beats mine out so I think 2.6 to .7?

    Merlin



    I overclocked it to 2.5 ghz and tweaked the memory and graphics in this one. it was at 2.00 ghz before

    [img][/img]

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  • merlin
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    Originally posted by J.R.Barajas
    I built this for less than 600 dollars


    688 is a good score what is the CPU overclocked too? I have 2.4 on mine right now yours beats mine out so I think 2.6 to .7?

    Merlin

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  • J.R.Barajas
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    I built this for less than 600 dollars

    [img][/img]

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  • merlin
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    Right DVD

    Originally posted by Peandreo
    im using a right dvd write to make the test.....
    Just sounded funny like you where using a program.

    Merlin

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  • Peandreo
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    you dont know what is DVD WRITER ???

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  • merlin
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    OK

    Well that result on PT 6.0 For an Athlon XP is just plain WRONG. it is just like a baseball player using steroids to enhance his performance to break records it is not real and should not be used. and what is a "right dvd write"

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  • Peandreo
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    I dont use in the test virutal drive, i made that experienše, and the result goes to 1000 , im using a right dvd write to make the test.....

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  • merlin
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    Cheating

    It is cheating because it does not give an accurate result of the Hardware a CD test is suppose to test the CD DRIVE not the RAM BASED VIRTUAL CD DRIVE THUS YOU ARE A CHEATER!

    Merlin

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  • Mixx
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    It is not a bug - just some of us like to use virtual CD instead of the very slow mechanical one. Kind of boosts the speed somewhat.

    Originally posted by Mixx


    This score is not manipulated. What should be the point?

    Better to just have the system run at optimal speed with no hassles.

    AMD XP3000+
    1,5 gb ram
    1,5 TB HDD
    NVidia 7800 GS

    Kicks Oblivions A** !! [/img]

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  • Mixx
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    This score is not manipulated. What should be the point?

    Better to just have the system run at optimal speed with no hassles.

    AMD XP3000+
    1,5 gb ram
    1,5 TB HDD
    NVidia 7800 GS

    Kicks Oblivions A** !! [/img]

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  • David (PassMark)
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    There is no reason to think it is a bug. There is a lot of software around that can create RAM drives or similar. Maybe he is really testing a USB memory stick, for example. Which is not ridiculous or impossible, just misleading if they are claiming it is a CD-ROM, when it clearly isn't.

    I agree however the 'CD' result pulls up the entire result becuase it is so high.

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    David

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  • infra001
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    It's a bug, Notice your "CD Mark" it's ridiculously high, impossible high.
    So the majority of your Total Score is just from your CD Read.

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  • Peandreo
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    ok here is the SAVE file....

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  • David (PassMark)
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    You can export the results (from the file menu). This would have saved you a lot of typing and avoided a lot of typing mistakes.

    The CD score looks too high. So it would be intersting to know what hardware and media was used for the test.

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    David

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