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ahtat
21st December 1999, 20:26
Using 3dmark 2000, I have score of 607 (800 x 600, 32 bits)
is it good or bad??
my system is P2 333, soyo 6kb mob, 128mb ram, 4.3 gb HD, traxdata 2260 cdrw, 24x cd, creative awe 64 (ISA)
any improvement I can make???

Greebe
21st December 1999, 20:32
I'm not supposed to hurt your feelings. http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/smile.gif

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Greebe
21st December 1999, 20:37
They wanted me to say <q>Upgrade that mofo!</q>

But I said I wouldn't! Ain't I a nice guy?!

Maggi
22nd December 1999, 03:27
Greebe ... don't be that cruel ... http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/wink.gif


Anyway, ahtat:

you should post which gfx-card you're using and what kind of budget you could afford for a hardware upgrade

Cheers,
Maggi

edzel
22nd December 1999, 07:12
If your P2 333 was made before Fall 1998, it has no multiplier lock and you can easily run it at 4x100=400 MHz. But I don't know if your board and memory supports 100 Mhz FSB.

edzel

Tadger
22nd December 1999, 08:46
I know it wont make any difference, but try comparing the same benchmark versions !!

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Greebe
22nd December 1999, 10:00
Maggster, you better talk to Paul or Chuck about that one! http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/wink.gif

ahtat, please up that info... would be most helpful http://forums.murc.ws/ubb/smile.gif

ahtat
22nd December 1999, 17:09
I brought my P2 333 around May, 98
I read somewhere that I can possiblity overclock it.
But I have to get a new mob and mem.
I am going to give this to my dad and get a new one next year for myself..ahhaha
Thus I don't think I will spend more $$ on it. ;>