sounds ok... your cpu is the limiting factor here..
if u want 2 improve performance... do the following,,
set Cas letency to 2
set Row precharge time to 2T
set Ras pulse width to 5T
set Ras to Cas deplay to 2
enable 1T command
enable bank interleave to 4way
enable fast command
Disable all unnecessary features such as onboard audio...etc.
for your driver setting:
disable Vsync under Direct 3d and OpenGL, i'm not familier with Nvidai drivers, so some one else?
First, the 1.1GHZ Tbird limits, second the PC133 is a bad nono. A brand new KT333 plus 512MB DDR PC2700, and an AXP 1800+ would yeild as high as 9000 with such setup. But yeah when I look back at your current rig, that is actually very nice.
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I get about 8600 with a Ti4200 with a TBird 1333 with 256 PC2100. The limiting factor probably is the CPU/memory. Before I had my Ti4200 I had a GeForce 256. When the chip and CPU was on Sis 745 mobo with PC133, it got 2500 marks, but when I got an nForce mobo with PC2100 the score shot up to 3300, so memory really does play a huge part in getting good scores.