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Nvidia 6200 agp

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April 27, 2005 2:33:59 PM

I've just bought a 6200 agp, with an nv43 A2 core. After fiddling about on Rivatuner, I opened up all 8 pipelines and massively overclocked it. Despite this, my 3dmark 2001 performance only increased from 7,800 to 8,500. I suspect the poor quality of the rest of my system may be to blame. I've an Xp2000 chip on an ancient ECS K7AMA board, with a 5200 rpm hard drive and 2100 ddr memory. Is this slowing me down?

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April 27, 2005 3:19:02 PM

Nope, your system isn't the limiting factor, you should be able to get 10,000+ with that system and an 8-pipe geforce 6600.

What's probably slowing you down is the clockspeeds of your 6200, most likely it's memory.

<b>Geforce <font color=red>6800 Ultra</b></font color=red>
<b>AthlonXP <font color=red>~3300+</b></font color=red> <i>(Barton 2500+ o/c 416 FSB @ 2288 Mhz)</i>
<b>3dMark05: <font color=red>5,275</b>
April 27, 2005 5:42:55 PM

your 6200 just isent cutting it really what clocks u running?

I do not think you have unlocked the pipes at all, you need to double check everything and run other 3dmark software and compare, follow the instructions clearly in unlocking pipes, the scores you have clearly show no unlock has taken place!

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