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mbentley

Gloriously Lead, Overclockix Chief Architect
Joined
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Location
Indianapolis, IN
Okay, since I saw someone making a post as to why there is no topic like the Radeon one for the GeForce cards, I decided to make one :) This format will basically go the same one from the Radeon topic by HeXenViRii. This general format was his idea and I do not claim this as my own, I just want to try to get an idea of what sort of cards people are running as a general guide as to what cards run well for people.

Required - Just copy and paste these lines and add your information in a new post.
Please look at the example below as i need all of your card's information otherwise i won't be able to add it to the list. If you aren't sure of how to find this information, I would suggest using GPU-Z to gather this information.
For memory speeds, I am gathering the non-multiplied speed (which is what GPU-Z lists) starting with the 600 series as the rankings are getting a bit large.
Code:
[color=green][b]Card name:[/b][/color]
[color=green][b]Manufacturer:[/b][/color]
[color=green][b]Video RAM:[/b][/color]
[color=green][b]Bus type:[/b][/color]
[color=green][b]SLI or multi-gpu:[/b][/color]
[color=green][b]Cuda cores (shaders in GPU-Z):[/b][/color]
[color=green][b]Card cooling:[/b][/color]
[color=green][b]Voltage:[/b][/color]
[color=green][b]Stock core/memory/boost clock speeds:[/b][/color]
[color=green][b]OC'd core/memory/boost clock speeds:[/b][/color]
[color=green][b]Driver version:[/b][/color]

Example submission:
Card name: gtx 690
Manufacturer: evga
Video RAM: 2048mb (if using SLI, only list the memory of each card, not the total)
Bus type: pci-e
SLI or multi-gpu: yes; 2 in SLI
Cuda cores: 3072 (if using SLI, only list the cuda cores of each card, not the total)
Card cooling: stock (please list what you are cooling with if not stock)
voltage: stock (if modified, indicate from "x.xx to x.xx")
Stock core/memory/boost clock speeds: 915/1502/1020 (do not put 'stock')
OC'd core/memory/boost clock speeds: 1039/1594/1144 (if not overclocked, you may put 'stock' here)
Driver version: 301.42

How to check the rankings:
The rankings can be found in two formats: Microsoft Excel & another converted to HTML.
- Microsoft Excel spreadsheet (backup mirror)
- HTML spreadsheet (backup mirror)


Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.
 
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mbentley

mbentley

Gloriously Lead, Overclockix Chief Architect
Joined
Sep 26, 2002
Location
Indianapolis, IN
card name: geforce 4 ti 4400
manufacturer: leadtek
video ram: 128mb
bus type: agp
card cooling: stock
voltage: stock
stock core/memory clock speeds: 275/552
oc'd core/memory clock speeds: 333/682

driver version: 44.03
 
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UnWishedLegacy

Member
Joined
Jul 21, 2002
Location
NorthEast England
card name: GeForce 2 MX400
manufacturer: Nvidia
video ram: 64mb
card cooling: Stock Heatsink (getting fan soon)
voltage: Stock
stock core/memory clock speeds: How do I find that out?
oc'd core/memory clock speeds: Not C/clocked
 

james.miller

Member
Joined
Jun 8, 2002
Location
Dunstable, uk
card name: GeForce 4 MX440
manufacturer: Creative (same as msi)
video ram: 64mb ddr
card cooling: Stock cooler
voltage: Stock
stock core/memory clock speeds: 270 / 400
oc'd core/memory clock speeds: 320 / 470

BTW i should point out that oc'd core/memory should be the maximum attainable without artifacts, otherwise its not very accurate is it?
 
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mbentley

mbentley

Gloriously Lead, Overclockix Chief Architect
Joined
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Location
Indianapolis, IN
james.miller said:
BTW i should point out that oc'd core/memory should be the maximum attainable without artifacts, otherwise its not very accurate is it?

yeah, i was thinking about that... guess i will be forced to push my card to it's limits :D
 
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mbentley

mbentley

Gloriously Lead, Overclockix Chief Architect
Joined
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Location
Indianapolis, IN
T.Toy said:
card name: GeForce 2 MX400
manufacturer: Nvidia
video ram: 64mb
card cooling: Stock Heatsink (getting fan soon)
voltage: Stock
stock core/memory clock speeds: How do I find that out?
oc'd core/memory clock speeds: Not C/clocked

one way to find the clock speeds would be to use a oc utility to simply view the speeds. it should detect them with no problems. one the best i know of is rivatuner found here
 

cullam3n

Member
Joined
Apr 25, 2002
Location
San Antonio, TX
card name: Geforce 4 Ti4200
manufacturer: Albatron
video ram: 128mb
card cooling: stock
voltage: stock
stock core/memory clock speeds: 250/500
oc'd core/memory clock speeds: 303/540 (not maxed out)

http://service.madonion.com/compare?2k1=4977091 - 12265

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card name: Geforce SDR
manufacturer: Hercules/Guillemot
video ram: 32mb
card cooling: stock
voltage: stock
stock core/memory clock speeds: 120/166
oc'd core/memory clock speeds: default (dad doesn't believe in overclocking)

DAD DOESN'T RUN 3DMARK BECAUSE HE DON'T WANT TO!

-PC
 
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maxima88

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Jan 24, 2002
card name: GF4 ti 4200
manufacturer: MSI
video ram: 64mb
card cooling: stock w/ 120mm Sunon fan on side cover.
voltage: stock
stock core/memory clock speeds: 250/513
oc'd core/memory clock speeds: 325/645

13,132 3DMark2001 score
 

SlowBurn

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Joined
Nov 27, 2001
Location
New York
Re: Re: If you own a Geforce, post here

Card Name: Geforce 4 Ti 4600
Manufacturer: Chaintech
Video Ram: 128MB
Card Cooling: Stock
Voltage: Stock
Stock Core/Memory Clock Speeds: 300/650
OC'd Core/Memory Clock Speeds: 330/700
Highest 3DMark score: 12264
 

Dissolved

Member
Joined
Jul 21, 2001
Location
OC California
Card Name: Geforce 4 Ti 4200
Manufacturer: Albatron
Video Ram: 128MB
Card Cooling: Stock
Voltage: Stock
Stock Core/Memory Clock Speeds: 250/550
OC'd Core/Memory Clock Speeds: 315/635
Highest 3DMark score: 12,603

 

miketay89

Registered
Joined
Oct 16, 2002
Location
OHIO
card name: geforce 3 ti200
manufacturer: chaintech
video ram: 128mb
card cooling: Thermaltake chipset hsf, and individual ram sinks with artic silver alumina
voltage: stock
stock core/memory clock speeds: stock
 
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mbentley

mbentley

Gloriously Lead, Overclockix Chief Architect
Joined
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Location
Indianapolis, IN
james.miller said:
i dont think 3d mark should be included since it depends very much on the system as a whole, not just the graphics card.

it's not going to effect the rating at all... i just figured that i would put the 3dmark scores on there...
 

Anaxagoras1986

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Oct 19, 2002
card name: geforce 2 ti
manufacturer: Aopen
video ram: 64mb
card cooling: Blorb
voltage: stock
stock core/memory clock speeds: 250/401
oc'd core/memory clock speeds: 270/460
highest 3dmark score: Having some probs. When it wasnt o/c it got 5743 w/o optimizations.
 
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james.miller

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Jun 8, 2002
Location
Dunstable, uk
mbentley said:


it's not going to effect the rating at all... i just figured that i would put the 3dmark scores on there...

thats cool i just didn want it to effect the rating. now that i know it doesnt, bring on them 3dmark scores!
 

DManeKid

Member
Joined
Jan 4, 2002
Location
Brick, NJ USA
card name: Geforce 2 GTS-V
manufacturer: Visiontek
video ram: 32mb
card cooling: stock
voltage: stock
stock core/memory clock speeds: 175/285
oc'd core/memory clock speeds: 220/330 (might be able to get it higher these days but i just dont care)
 

nightowl

Member
Joined
Jul 21, 2002
Location
N.E Scotland
Card name : GeForce4 Ti4200
Manufacturer : Abit
Video Ram : 64MB
Card Cooling : AKASA AK 330
Voltage : Stock
Stock Core/Memory Clock Speeds : 250/500
OC'd Core/Memory Clock Speeds : 320/615
Highest 3DMark score : 12782
 
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Wackygore

Member
Joined
Sep 1, 2002
Location
Seattle
card name: Geforce 3 TI 200
manufacturer: Leadtek
video ram: 64mb
card cooling: stock
voltage: stock
stock core/memory clock speeds: 175/400
oc'd core/memory clock speeds: 210/510