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this has already been posted a couple hours ago
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I wonder what he scores in games, fps wise??
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I wonder what he scores in games, fps wise??
He can't play games at those settings.
1. Have to pour the lN2 into the pots to keep it all cold
2. Not stable enough to game for any length of time.
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LOL why would you guys want to put limits on cooling, heck if I could make a tunnel to space and route it to my vid card to cool it I would be like volt mod that sucker till it bleeds.

If you want comparisons to your setup you can search on there and find whatever you wnat to compare it to.

I say good job to these guys even if they didnt have to pay for the cards. Those are some insane scores.

(I still dont get the fanboy thing, whats up with that.)
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(I still dont get the fanboy thing, whats up with that.)
Me neither, I was an 8800 owner and now an 8600 owner, and I am still rooting for the 2900 just as much as the ultra.

The new 7.8 catalyst beta gave paradox an fps boost so maybe we will see the record swing back the other way in a couple days...
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Who0 Go Nvidia Yeah!!! Whoooooooo!!!
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Funny how the Crossfire setup does so well in 3DMark06 yet people rip on the new ATI line regularly; though I suppose gaming performance has a bit of a way to go. Proves that Crossfire scales much better than SLI, though. Nice to see people pushing the envelope!
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Originally Posted by PaRaDoX View Post
Who says Nvidia holds the WR? Perhaps it is Intel that made the difference. Or their ASUS motherboard. Or their Crucial memory?

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When you start getting those kinds of numbers in 3dmark06, 1K points really is negligible. It's all bragging rights at this point and generally beyond what the typical user will ever see.
I think it is all silly. I want to see who can get the 3dmark06 WR on a $1000, $2000, and $3000 budget... Now that would actually be interesting to me.

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Good to see that it wasn't a CPU score that won the title this time.

Either way, i'm still waiting for the day when 3Dmark benches use 16x AA 16x AS and whatnot. Lets be honest, these cards are at the top of the market, theres no reason for them to be running in a pure speed mode like this. I'm sure the scores would be completely tossed up if people were to induce high -end graphics settings benchmarking onto high-end graphics cards. But who needs logic with world records?
Yeah, it is sort of silly. Many of these guys run it in 16 bit color to increase the score. I would like to see a more practical test. Who knows? These cards could perform 100% different at high resolutions and AA/AS settings.

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LOL why would you guys want to put limits on cooling, heck if I could make a tunnel to space and route it to my vid card to cool it I would be like volt mod that sucker till it bleeds.

If you want comparisons to your setup you can search on there and find whatever you wnat to compare it to.

I say good job to these guys even if they didnt have to pay for the cards. Those are some insane scores.

(I still dont get the fanboy thing, whats up with that.)
Space is a very good insulator... Your temperatures would be very high.
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Yes but space is cold very cold and we could harness that cold and use it to take over the world ... I mean overclock...

And yes I know its just a absence of heat and all that BS, I was just using it as a most rediculouse thing to say.

(mmmm but if we had something that could conduct the heat to space then have like micro dust ejected into the area around it to transmit the heat ....
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Yes but space is cold very cold and we could harness that cold and use it to take over the world ... I mean overclock...

And yes I know its just a absence of heat and all that BS, I was just using it as a most rediculouse thing to say.

(mmmm but if we had something that could conduct the heat to space then have like micro dust ejected into the area around it to transmit the heat ....
Space very little mass. If you have no mass, you have nothing to transfer the heat too. The Space Shuttle has a very hard time keeping cool.
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