|Processor(s)||AMD FX-572.8 GHz, 1 GHz HT, 1 MB L2 cache|
|Platform||Asus AN8-SLI PremiumNVIDIA nForce4 SLI, BIOS 1003 - BIOS version 1005|
|RAM||Corsair CMX1024-4400Pro2x 1024 MB @ DDR400 (CL3.0-4-4-8)|
|Hard Drive||Western Digital Raptor, WD740GD74 GB, 10,000 rpm, 8 MB cache, SATA150|
|Networking||On-Board nForce4 Gigabit Ethernet|
|Graphics Cards||XFX GeForce 6600 256 MB DDR2400 MHz Core 800 MHz Memory (DDR)ATI X1300Pro 256 MB GDDR3 600 MHz Core 800 MHz Memory|
|Power Supply||Enermax EG851AX 660W SLI Certified|
|System Software & Drivers|
|OS||Microsoft Windows XP Professional 5.10.2600, Service Pack 2|
|DirectX Version||9.0c (4.09.0000.0904)|
|Platform Driver||nForce 6.65|
|Graphics Driver(s)||NVIDIA - Forceware 81.85ATI - Catalyst 5.9 - Display Driver 8.173|
3DMark is called the "Gamer’s Benchmark," and THG has been using its different versions for years. The mark is set using a reference system ; the higher the score, the better the performance of that system versus the reference one. With each new version of 3DMark, scores are scaled down so they do not become astronomically high. These third-party benchmarks are widely used across the industry.
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