Futuremark PCMark 2004 Benchmarks

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  1. Sazar

    Sazar F@H - Is it in you? Staff Member Political User Folding Team

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    pcmark 2004 scores

    PCMark 2004 tests a systems CPU, Memory and Hard drive performance and provides a condensed score for each to give a general idea of performance.

    home page == www.futuremark.com
    download mirrors == PCMark04

    Minimum system specs are as follows:

    - x86 compatible processor, 1000MHz
    - 128MB system memory
    - 60MB of hard disk space (and additional 130 MB free space for HDD testing)
    - DirectX 7 generation graphics adapter that is fully DirectX 7 compliant.
    - Microsoft Windows 2000 or XP operating system
    - DirectX 9.0 or higher runtime installed
    - Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 installed
    - Microsoft Media Player 9 installed
    - Microsoft Media Encoder 9 installed

    link to Media Encoder 9

    this is required to complete the benchmark.

    please refer to the guidelines before posting. Thank you.
     
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    Taurus hardware monkey

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  3. coathanger007

    coathanger007 Tomorrow Tweaking Today

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    From memory, I got around 4000 only. The free version is very limited. You should really try passmark performance test www.passmark.com for a more comprehensive comparison - version 4 is free with Norton Systemworks
     
  4. Sazar

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    :eek:

    oh noes...

    you can spell better than me :D

    ya I think its a bit limited too... was checking out some of the features basically... seems a bit more comprehensive than pcmark2002..
     
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    coathanger007 Tomorrow Tweaking Today

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  6. Sazar

    Sazar F@H - Is it in you? Staff Member Political User Folding Team

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    what do you need to read a .pt file?

    -edit- nm I spose its the performance test file lol...

    I'll check it out just now... gimem a few mins...
     
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  8. coathanger007

    coathanger007 Tomorrow Tweaking Today

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    I'll check out at bit-quest rookie :)
     
  9. Sazar

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    windows xp sp1
    pentium 4 3.0c 800mhz qdr
    corsair XMS cas2 ddr3200 @ 400mhz 2-3-3-6
    msi 865PE Neo2 FISR
    dual maxtor 80gb hdds, 8mb cache, 7200rpm spindle
    ati all in wonder 9700pro @ 324/310 mhz

    4778

    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?pcm04=60371
     
  10. Taurus

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    3554

    winxp home sp1
    athlon xp 2500+ @ 2083mhz (12.5x167)
    abit nf7 1.0 (nforce2)
    gf4 ti4200-8x 128mb @290/582
    2x512mb pc3200 @ 333mhz 5-2-2-2.0
    40gb ibm 120gxp, 120gb maxtor diamondmax plus 9

    3554: http://service.futuremark.com/compare?pcm04=57521
     
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  12. dreamworks

    dreamworks --== babyface ==--

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    I ran PCMark 04 on my computer and got the following result :-

    PCMark Score: 3437
    CPU Score: 4119
    Memory Score: 2309
    Graphics Score: 2186
    HDD Score: 2815

    What does this quite mean actually? Weak, Average, Good? :confused:
     
  13. NetRyder

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    Thread Moved to Benchmarks :)
     
  14. indyjones

    indyjones OSNN.net Adventurer

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    talking of pcmark i cant get the web page renderer to work hence cant get a result also the hdd test does not work any clues ?
     
  15. dreamworks

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    I think you have to install Microsoft Media Player's encoder first. I was having the same problem but it was ok after I installed the encoder. Can get it at www.microsoft.com/mediaplayer

    Cheers mate ...
     
  16. Sazar

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    I had posted a link to this in the old benchmark section when I set up the threads. I am setting them up one by one tonight so I will have all the links there... I will also move this thread to the relevant link as well :)
     
  17. indyjones

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    Thanks but i already have that installed :(
    I dont think its because i have firebird installed cause i also tryied running it when i reset I.E. back to the default
     
  18. the_music_man

    the_music_man aka prodj88 =P

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    PCmark04

    Hey what are you guys geting on PCmark04? I got 1304 lol. But after I get my new system built i'll do the test again and see what i get! hopefully it will be around 10,000?
     
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  20. Sazar

    Sazar F@H - Is it in you? Staff Member Political User Folding Team

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    thanks ragnarkok

    THREAD MOVED

    -edit-

    prodj... when posting a score in many of the application benchmarks we have... please consider posting it in the same format as everyone else including details about your product/clock speeds and the like and post a compare link when applicable :)

    btw congrats on getting your new machine going