View Full Version : 3Dmark results on a Geforce2 GTS

11-04-02, 02:17 PM
Im getting 4322 on my Geforce2 Gts Leadtek OC'ed to 220/350. Is that any good for a Geforce 2? I've never used 3DMark before, So I've no idea. I still cant run War 3 at 1280X1024X16 without lagging everytime a tree falls down.

11-04-02, 03:13 PM
you can do a search at gamershq.madonion.com for the projects of systems similar to yours.

11-04-02, 04:22 PM
Or you can look on our OC3Dmark Team website (http://oc3dmark.octeams.com)...that's a decent score for that card. With a few driver tweaks, you should be able to get around the 4500 mark, give or take.

11-04-02, 04:24 PM
yep, the OC3Dmark Team scores are far more trustworthy. just make sure to compare with systems with about the same CPU (maybe RAM) speed.

11-04-02, 04:32 PM
sounds good depending on what system youre using to back it up :)

11-04-02, 06:44 PM

that was 16 bit, had 3805 (roughly) at 32 bit

wouldn't be to bothered by the scores though as I could run anything I have on my gts, get more crap with this geforce 4 than before and had to buy a new psu aswell

once games are no longer playable then think about something else (not that you said you were but I know what its like to want more :) )

11-04-02, 07:34 PM

Been drooling every time I see a 4600+ under 225$... But that'd empty my bank account. And I just got out of a job (Was hell.) So I have to find another one or pick a college over the next few months or else find a nice cardboard box to live in, so video cards cant be my first priority... Whiskey first... then video cards. :)

As for my system

ak31 2.0 256meg pc2100 xp1800+ all at defaults.

11-04-02, 07:36 PM
iu wouldnt go for a 4600 though....i think an Albatron Turbo 4200 is a much better deal

11-04-02, 08:13 PM
The albatrons only going for $27 less than the cheapest 4600 on pricewatch.