3D Mark Vantage Scores

Alright so I finished my machine a couple days ago, (I know it took me forever, I just can't ever seem to find any time these days) and it seems to be running alright. Since I moved the computer to its permanent home I'm getting temps a little higher than I want (39-41C idle and 54-55C load no OC) but when I ran the 3dMark Vantage test, I got a score of ~15000. I didn't know how to compare this? Is this a good score for my set up? I looked up some other results and mine seem pretty pathetic in comparison. I know I'm using a stock 965, but I thought I'd do better. What do you guys think?

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  1. Well, I can run a test with my 955 and GTX260, and give you my score. With that you can take an idea if your score is good or not. But, I'm not sure, IMO you should get a better score with that CPU and GPU. What RAM do you have?
  2. I have G.Skill Ripjaws 4GB CAS 7.
  3. You have good RAM. What is your score in 3D mark 06?
  4. I don't know. I'm going to download it and run it now. I'll report back.
  5. Okay, in 3DMark 06, I'm getting around 18000. Is this low too? Am I doing something wrong with my new build?

  6. Well, you are using an online test, that can't test your PC at full load.

    BUY 3d mark vantage or 3d mark 06 and test your system. You should get something like this:

    By saint1926 at 2010-02-08

  7. Looks about right, but then again I'm no benchmarking guru.
  8. I thought the only difference with the bought version (other than obvious limitations) was that I could only view my score online. I didn't think it performed a different test on the system itself. Am I wrong in this?
  9. ^Yea, the online version only test the basic performance. With the full version or trial version, the program run 4 test with different configurations.
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