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My 7600GS AGP 3dmark scores

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May 25, 2008 3:57:17 PM

I just got the Inno3D 7600GS AGP 512MB.
I checked his clock speeds and unfortunately its memory speed is 667MHZ (333MHZ) instead 800MHZ (400). the chips are rated for 2.5ns (400MHZ, chips of samsung) but probably its not good chips (I try to overclock them to 400 and didn't succeed).

My system is:
2.4B@1.5GB DDR 333MHZ DUAL@fsp 300W


3dmark2003 score: 7282 (7800 when oc the cpu to 3GHZ)
3dmark2005 score: 3500 (no cpu oc)

3dmark deafult settings (1024*768, no filtering)

How are the scores compared to the average score of 7600GS@Stock? (I know it would be lower because of the memory speed).

Thank you.
May 25, 2008 4:16:52 PM

whats ur complete spec.?, its better if you do upgrade by using 7150/630 nforce mboard & e2160 + 2x2 / 1x2 ddr2.
a c 130 U Graphics card
a b à CPUs
a b } Memory
May 25, 2008 5:51:17 PM

Idan said:
I just got the Inno3D 7600GS AGP 512MB.
I checked his clock speeds and unfortunately its memory speed is 667MHZ (333MHZ) instead 800MHZ (400). the chips are rated for 2.5ns (400MHZ, chips of samsung) but probably its not good chips (I try to overclock them to 400 and didn't succeed).

My system is:
2.4B@1.5GB DDR 333MHZ DUAL@fsp 300W


3dmark2003 score: 7282 (7800 when oc the cpu to 3GHZ)
3dmark2005 score: 3500 (no cpu oc)

3dmark deafult settings (1024*768, no filtering)

How are the scores compared to the average score of 7600GS@Stock? (I know it would be lower because of the memory speed).

Thank you.


It seems to me that you have been reading reviews and misunderstood them the memory speed you are quoting is correct for that card.
The core is 400 and the memory is 667. Also just because the chips are the 400MHZ Samsung ones that dosent mean they are capable of it. As you now know some lower spec cards wont OC well at all. The companies use higher spec parts that have failed to meet the requirements to go on the better cards but meet the spec to be used on yours. This is also the case with the cores. Historically the lower level cards are made up of higher level Cores that dont meet the spec so you get XT Core's that dont perform well become PRO then below that you might have GT/SE/LE etc. Thats a pretty basic explanation but thats roughly how it works.
Im sorry i dont know what a GS @ stock should score but your memory is fine.
Mactronix


May 27, 2008 5:50:10 AM

my all system is:

2.4B
256*2DDR333 +512*2 DDR400
MSI 865PE NEO 2-S
Inno3D 7600GS 400/667 AGP 512MB
80GB WD SATA
FSP F350-A 300W

and I know the speeds of the card are 400/667, i'm sorry I didn't know that before I bought the card.
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