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    Talking YAY finally got 4500 in 3dmark03

    I finally got 4500 in 3dmark03.

    My 9500pro is at 390/305 (276/270 stock)

    I had 3600 without any overclocking. Then I got it to 366/305 and scored 4200. Now after volt modding, I got it to 390/305 and scored 4500. YaY!!!!!! Ya i know its low for you guys, but I'm happy.


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    Member f00t's Avatar
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    thats not half bad for a 9500p. if you really push it, i think you'll top out at around 4700-4800 in the end. what cooling are you using/ how many volts are you running through he card

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    Member David Coleman's Avatar
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    Nice. Way to represent the budget R300's
    I'm right there with ya at 4572 with the setup in my sig. No voltmods, crappy Entrontech ram, VGA silencer w/ AS5. Maybe with a Barton instead of a Duron I'd do better?
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    I have a zalman, so i dont know how to measure the voltage since it trakes up so much room. I'll try to measure it this week end, i'll figure it out. I have 2 pci Fans blowing on it, but i want to make a hole on the side of my case and add a fan to allow fresh air in, instead of just moving the air inside.

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    CPU - XP2000+ @ 1.75GHZ
    Video - 9500 pro (by Visiontek)
    RAM - 512 pc2700

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    Member t_biggs's Avatar
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    Nice. My 9500 Pro could get 4192 3DMarks with the card at 346/290, DNA 2.2.4.3b drivers, with my 2500+ at 2.03ghz. I wonder what I'll be able to do with my Athlon 64 2800+.

    My ORB project details are here, if you're interested in my test. Oh, at stock speeds for everything, 3265 3DMarks.

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    Nice score. I used to have a 9500pro and I would score right around 4500 too. I had it running 350/315. The I got rid of it for a 9500np and now I score 6300 @ 411/333 not volt modded yet though and still air cooled.


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    [Off Topic] Initial D rules!!!!!!!!!!!![/Off Topic]
    [On Topic]Nice Score. [/On Topic]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z YA LTR
    Nice score. I used to have a 9500pro and I would score right around 4500 too. I had it running 350/315. The I got rid of it for a 9500np and now I score 6300 @ 411/333 not volt modded yet though and still air cooled.


    --Josh
    that's an amazing overclock....I have sam card, but she'll top out around 390/300

    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?2k3=1165591

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    Quote Originally Posted by PreservedSwine
    that's an amazing overclock....I have sam card, but she'll top out around 390/300

    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?2k3=1165591
    Thanks! I modded my stock a64 heatsink and put it on there plus cut up a athlon xp heatsink for my ram sinks. Its works pretty well. Went from 390/315 to 411/333. So it was worth it.

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