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@op Use real temp instead of core temp
Here is a better screen shot.... I've been around here a whilefolding and the such but I def. see that cpu freq can skew results... BUT DEF not by that high a margin on at least my system. I ran it again at 3.4 GHz and got 15,011 .


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I think I finally figured out the link:

http://service.futuremark.com/result...&resultType=14
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I think I finally figured out the link:

http://service.futuremark.com/result...&resultType=14
The link says that the result is set to private, so it is unviewable.
    
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I think I finally figured out the link:

http://service.futuremark.com/result...&resultType=14
You have to go to the "My Results" section and locate the score, and then click "Make Public." After doing that, a linkwill appear right below it, which is the one you want to use.
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To let it do 1280x1024, you need to go into display settings, then advanced and uncheck "hide modes this monitor cannot display". That should let you run 1280x1024 in "pan and scan" mode, which would work fine to just finish the 3dmark test.
I saw that in the nvidia control panel a while back. I'll have to try it, but I'm guessing that doing that would give me a worse score than having a monitor that could actually do the required resolution.....



Edit: Well I just tried it, and man does my desktop look like crap @ 1280x1024 resolution.
Also, 3D Mark '06 still wants to run at 1152x864 resolution.
Edited by kaxx - 5/14/08 at 4:02pm
    
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