Radeon 4000 Armageddon Competition
CPU[LGA115x] 8700k, 7700K, 7350k, G3258
CPU[LGA2066] 7940X, 7740X
Motherboard[OCF FTW] X299 OCF, Z170M OCF, Z97 OCF
GPUE-Power, G-Power, H-Power, A-Power
RAMB-DIE, HYKO, PSC, MFR
Power SupplySeasonic Prime Platinum 1200W
CoolingKingpin Cooling: Venom & T-REX
Cooling2x360 RAD Custom Loop
CaseDimastech Easy V3.0
In case there was any question, this is officially closed. I should be able to do the final update tonight and start going through the scores.
If any one has objections or wants to point out problems with a score, drop me a PM
Bad luck for me. After I installed everything, board dead, I had no choice but to move to Socket 1156 (i5 661) with biostar i55 so no 03.
I managed to reach 1200mhz but the dice go very fast. i will try again when i get my asrock from RMA. so this is what i get for now:
I shot with the camera because I was out of ice and the screen frozen after vantage finish . the score is 15246 point with 1201mhz for core and 1220 for memory.
Added the Furmark, but the pic would have needed a CPUz as well. But you are updated below.
Added and Updated.
Very nice, Added.
What? No AGP submissions? I guess it's up to me on this last day of the competition.
No, the AGP HD4670 choked by it's 128 bit bus won't be competitive; but this is all for fun, right. I also didn't do all the extreme mods and cooling because it still wouldn't help break any records; and I bought one of them brand new, so I don't want to destroy it.
I only have Win XP so I only ran 3DMark03 and Furmark.
This first set are the results from the HIS AGP HD4670 that's in my sig rig. I didn't bother including a GPU pic since these scores are lower than the AMD rig.
I just ran 3DMark03 at an overclock I felt comfortable with and I ran Furmark at the max clock I could achieve (just began to artifact). If I tried to set the GPU to 846MHZ Furmark would crash. The memory set to 1161MHZ seemed to be the cause of the occasional artifact. The memory seemed happy to bench at 1152MHZ, but that gave a score of 154 in Furmark.
GUnit 3DMark03 - 24861
GUnit Furmark - 156
Below are the results from an AMD build that I haven't put in my sig yet; and it is a different HIS AGP HD4670 than the one in the Dell sig rig. Again, I just quickly set a reasonably safe overclock and ran 3DMark03 (a max overclock probably wouldn't score much higher).
I ended up at the same max frequencies for Furmark as the other GPU achieved; and even scored the same. This GPU could run Furmark at 850MHZ; but, for some odd reason, anything higher that 845MHZ lowered the Furmark score.
GUnit 3DMark03 - 27536
GUnit Furmark - 156 GPU and Rig (Click to show)
I hadn't benched my sig rig in years and I was surprised that it managed that 24861 in 3DMark03. I thought the 4X AGP slot and P4 with RDRAM would have held it back more. Hyperthreading doesn't even work on it because the motherboard has a first revision 850 Tehama chipset that was meant to be used with Willamette P4's at 100MHZ system bus. At first I scored a little over 4000 in 3DMark03 and then I saw that all the 3D quality settings were set to the max in ATT.
I set the FX60 rig to about the max overclock that's 3D stable. I aimed for the best memory speed that still had reasonably tight timings while trying to keep the processor over 2900MHZ.
I've really enjoyed this thread/competion. Good to see all those old high performance GPUs and all the extreme cooling and volt mods everyone.
Thanks for having a competition for those of us with 'vintage' gear.
Just awesome. Wish I had thought of this, couldn't find my 4890s but I do know where my AGP card is. You've been added, too bad we don't give out style points...
Competition should be updated now. Will do a last check tomorrow and contact the winners.
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