Is my 3DMark Vantage score good?

http://3dmark.com/3dmv/3847671
http://3dmark.com/healthcheck/3dmv/3847671 (individual scores)
CPU:intel i5 2400 3.8/3.7/3.7/3.6 (from 3.1 or something) (and yes it's stable, i ran prime95 for an hour and only got temps of about 70-80)
GPU:Asus gts450 985mhz
RAM:2x2gb kingston 1600mhz 9-9-9-27 in dual channel mode
Shouldn't I get higher scores? Considering I even overclocked my CPU? especiall since i think the scores they think i should get are based on non overclocked hardware right? (since i saw that the gpu score for my card should be 8000 or something like that)
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  1. Vantage is an older test mainly made for Vista. Run 3D Mark 11 and see how you stack up.
  2. tlmck said:
    Vantage is an older test mainly made for Vista. Run 3D Mark 11 and see how you stack up.

    Ok, I downloaded 3DMark11 and run a benchmark, this is what I got: http://3dmark.com/3dm11/2639136
    I have the same overclocking i wrote in the first post.
  3. I think yes, because they compare your score with others who have your build.
    If apear this : "Your Score is Comparable to Similar Systems.
    Your PC appears to be functioning normally." then is ok.
  4. Compare to similar tested systems, I would say you score is very good. http://3dmark.com/search?resultTypeId=232&linkedDisplayAdapters=0&cpuModelId=1196&chipsetId=626
  5. Thanks, guess everything's fine.
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