Futuremark's 3DMark 2001 SE Benchmarks

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  1. Electronic Punk

    Electronic Punk Administrator Staff Member Political User Folding Team

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    3DMark®2001 SE Pro (build 330) is the latest installment (hah! - punk) in the popular 3DMark series. By combining DirectX®8.1 support with completely new graphics, it continues to provide benchmark results that empower you to make informed hardware assessments. The game tests, texturing tests, filtering tests, image quality tests, and others give you an overview of your system’s current performance and show you what kind of performance you could expect if you were to upgrade your PC.

    You can download 3DMark 2001 SE from this page

    Please use my next thread as a template for your benchmarks.
    Thanks.
     
  2. Electronic Punk

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    Hard drives: Dual SATA Maxtor Diamond9's 320gig RAID array
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    3DMark Results:

    Date: 2004-08-01
    System Test: 23696 3DMarks

    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?2k1=8014559
     
  3. Perris Calderon

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    btw ep

    how do you like that amd 64?
     
  4. Electronic Punk

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    Very impressed with it.
    Not only is it faster than my AthlonXP 3000+, its cooler (in both senses), was alot easier to install (can't really go wrong) but I also believe the power consumption is lower.

    To say its cooler, if the temp goes above 40c I start to wonder whats wrong. Usually dances between 25 and 35. It would be lower, but my graphics card is doing a grand job of warming things up at 64c (case is therefore about 35-40c)
     
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  6. Sazar

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    he just doesn't use Cool 'n' Quiet much :)

    seriously though its a very nice cpu and does run cooler than my old AXP processor...

    toss-up in temps between my p4 C and this but with cnq running, its much cooler... and it doesn't heat up to as high a temp...
     
  7. Electronic Punk

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    I do use cool and quiet, the problem is that I don't have the stock fan anymore.
    So at the expense of buying a watercooling system, its fast, cool and quiet :)
     
  8. Sazar

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    have you looked into the new 7700CU fan from zalman?

    its pretty nice and uses a 120mm fan instead of the 92 with the older one :)
     
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    Quite rare to find a motherboard to fit it.. or at least my small knowledge of motherboards. Doesn't fit the Neo2 platinum :( Got my 7000b-CU sitting here waiting for a motherboard. I'm not sure how much more weight/size a motherboard could take :D
     
  10. Sazar

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    Video Card: NVIDIA Geforce 6800 Ultra 256mb, Forceware 66.93
    Hard drives: Dual SATA Maxtor Diamondmax 9's
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    23068 3D marks

    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?2k1=8372818
     
  11. LeeJend

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    Video Card: ATI RAdeon 9800 PRO, core 378 / memory 362, Catalyst 4.12
    Hard drives: WD 120 gig 7200 RPM
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    15877 3D marks, I feel so inadequate...

    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?2k1=8375281

    It was interesting running 2001 again. The benchmark didn't go up much over this system using a 9500 Pro but graphics detail seems much more vivid, especially in the nature tests.
     
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    9009 3D marks

    Now who's inadequate? :)
     
  13. Henyman

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    i got 3143 :(

    intel pentium 4 2.8ghtz
    896mb pc2700 ram
    128mb modile radeon 9000


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  14. tommy

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    9939 3D Marks
     
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    22949 3d Marks
     
  16. Electronic Punk

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    Saz: Bios is up to v2 now
     
  17. Sazar

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    any advantages?

    I'll give it a decko :D
     
  18. Electronic Punk

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    Over 1.8 perhaps....nothing major between 1.9 and 2.0 - supports some sempron or other
     
  19. Moonwraith

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    Score: 22251

    9009 to 22251 in a day
    I'm quite happy :)
     
  20. mikill

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    do ya'll realize how bogus 3dmark is? i mean if u do extensive research on it, you will see how bogus it is. examples are higher end spec'd pc's are being beat by older lower end pc's. i mean c'mon, how can lower end machines beat higher end machines? biggest example is the game benchs. you see 9800pros beating 6800's in the game benches, but the 6800 beats the 9800pro in the other test, bump map, single/multi fill rates and so on. here is one comparison, http://service.futuremark.com/compare?2k1=5830983. how can a 9700 with only an AXP1800 beat my Barton core AXP3000 w/6800, keep in mind also my 6800 is unlocked 16/6. not the standard 12/5. my conclusion, 3dmrk is not reliable at any form. these test comparisons clearly show this. this link is not the only one either. there are many showing results like this.