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This is my again.

I was compareing my and aqua-mac flashed card.

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Guys, what am I missing ?

I can only select 640 and 800px modes on openGL viewer ! ;) No chance of 1280x1024

 

I have around 16500 Openmark score with 7900GT 256MB, not too happy considering you have that with 7600GT.

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sarahbau, I have the same Antec case for my hackintosh, it's quite nice (and silent ^_^ )

 

NVIDIA GeForce 7900 GS OpenGL Engine

2.0 NVIDIA-1.5.0

1440x900x32

Score 18874

 

Inno3D 7900GS 256Mb, OC and Arctic Cooled

10.4.10, OpenGL 1.5.0 kext and frameworks (from MacBook Pro)

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another interesting result :

 

in OS X running crossover with Windows version OpenGL EV :

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mine looks very good... for a simple 7600 gt... :D

be sure you are x16 in video bus (see in about this mac, more info, graphic card...) :(

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EVGA 8800gts 640MB

 

Punk92 Installer used.

 

 

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Ced How do u beat me? There must be something wrong with my card.

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ok, i have done another test (without restart..., there are a few apps open...)

 

kaliway with integrated natit dual...

 

pciexpress bus to 118 Mhz :)

processeur q6600 3,2 Ghz :)

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lmfao, nice CED, although, u still beat me.

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BTW, new OGLEV is here http://www.realtech-vr.com/glview/download.html

 

Select test, use these settings so everyone tests the same

1280X1024X32 (60Hz) Display Mode

Tick multisample set to 4

Untick LOD, set slider to 0

Anistropy set to 16

Tick Use Fog

 

As you reduce options your results will get higher - but it's just pushing raw polygons. Makes crappy cards look good...

Then new 3.0 version just came out last week, so it has some options I'm unfamiliar with...

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Ced How do u beat me? There must be something wrong with my card.

I still have serious doubts whether this app is really any better than xbench for effectively showing the power of modern video cards.

 

If you download Santaduck benchmark and use UT2004 (or download demo if you don't have it), and then compare the results to other cards (on Windows or PC) you'll see the 8800 GTX/GTS cards in OS X aren't as bad as xbench/openmark seem to suggest.

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I just did a new iMac 20" with

 

ATI Radeon HD 2600 Pro:

 

Chipset Model: ATI,RadeonHD2600

Type: Display

Bus: PCIe

PCIe Lane Width: x16

VRAM (Total): 256 MB

Vendor: ATI (0x1002)

Device ID: 0x9583

Revision ID: 0x0000

ROM Revision: 113-B2250F-219

EFI Driver Version: 01.00.219

Displays:

iMac:

Display Type: LCD

Resolution: 1680 x 1050

Depth: 32-bit Color

Built-In: Yes

Core Image: Hardware Accelerated

Main Display: Yes

Mirror: Off

Online: Yes

Quartz Extreme: Supported

Display Connector:

Status: No display connected

 

 

 

Came back with a score of 25233.

 

Khan

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I just did a new iMac 20" with

 

ATI Radeon HD 2600 Pro:

 

Came back with a score of 25233.

Which re-enforces that these synthetic benchmarks are useless.

 

I'll stick with my 768MB 8800GTX even though your card has a higher number. :)

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the site is down and i cant download this test. Can anyone send it to me via PM?

 

thx

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