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Im having a growing suspicion that my video card isnt living up to its full potention all leopard.. especially after seeing benches from cards that i know are not even half as good as it.

 

Here is my XBENCH REsults:

 

Results	174.62	
System Info		
	Xbench Version		1.3
	System Version		10.5.1 (9B18)
	Physical RAM		3456 MB
	Model		Mac Pro
	Drive Type		WDC WD740ADFD-00NLR5 WDC WD740ADFD-00NLR5
CPU Test	173.57	
	GCD Loop	354.48	18.69 Mops/sec
	Floating Point Basic	171.52	4.08 Gflop/sec
	vecLib FFT	139.54	4.60 Gflop/sec
	Floating Point Library	138.36	24.09 Mops/sec
Thread Test	272.03	
	Computation	270.39	5.48 Mops/sec, 4 threads
	Lock Contention	273.69	11.77 Mlocks/sec, 4 threads
Memory Test	222.44	
	System	252.04	
		Allocate	344.42	1.26 Malloc/sec
		Fill	209.03	10163.51 MB/sec
		Copy	237.23	4899.87 MB/sec
	Stream	199.07	
		Copy	184.94	3819.95 MB/sec
		Scale	192.41	3975.17 MB/sec
		Add	210.10	4475.52 MB/sec
		Triad	211.42	4522.77 MB/sec
Quartz Graphics Test	251.59	
	Line	199.82	13.30 Klines/sec [50% alpha]
	Rectangle	264.84	79.07 Krects/sec [50% alpha]
	Circle	214.10	17.45 Kcircles/sec [50% alpha]
	Bezier	211.43	5.33 Kbeziers/sec [50% alpha]
	Text	590.72	36.95 Kchars/sec
OpenGL Graphics Test	147.99	
	Spinning Squares	147.99	187.73 frames/sec
User Interface Test	364.76	
	Elements	364.76	1.67 Krefresh/sec
Disk Test	78.86	
	Sequential	155.60	
		Uncached Write	159.88	98.16 MB/sec [4K blocks]
		Uncached Write	159.89	90.47 MB/sec [256K blocks]
		Uncached Read	141.05	41.28 MB/sec [4K blocks]
		Uncached Read	163.74	82.30 MB/sec [256K blocks]
	Random	52.81	
		Uncached Write	19.04	2.02 MB/sec [4K blocks]
		Uncached Write	129.20	41.36 MB/sec [256K blocks]
		Uncached Read	111.53	0.79 MB/sec [4K blocks]
		Uncached Read	153.55	28.49 MB/sec [256K blocks]

 

My CPU: Intel q6600 (pre g0 steppings.. forced to stay below 3.2ghz) 3ghz (333x9)

Ram: 4x1gb Corsair XMS DDR2-800 Clocked at 800mhz

Video: as stated above Nvidia(EVGA) 8800gts 640mb 'gts skateboard'

WD 10k RPM HD

GA-DS3L P35 MOBO

 

For Video.. i used Punk92's installer.. i have full resolution options... everything runs pretty smooth.

 

Any suggestions?

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First suggestion: Don't use XBench. It sucks. Use a real graphics benchmarker like Openmark.

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no doubt.. but xbench should be sucking proportionally for everyone.. but everyone is getting way better gfx marks than me with crappier cards.... like not saying ur card is horrible... but what are the xbench marks for it.. cause i know my card is better but it probably got a lower score.

 

Edit: in the mean time im downloading OpenMArk now.. if you could, post me some of ur scores.

 

Edit: With 1 Big Cirlce (1152 Triangles) i get like 3333FPS

 

 

And here is a picture with a bunch of balls

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and at 1 hundred million triangles i hold a steady 3fps

 

 

Edit3: ok i ran the benchmark and scored a 23228

I checked out that Open Mark Thread and ppl with 7600 and 7900's were beating me. WTF? Again im not dissing that card but this is a more expensive, better card that should be scoring better.. and in windows probably does score better than those others. Is there a way to overclock these cards and have it be OC'd In OS X? Cause i know how to use software like Rivatuner to OC in Windows but is there a program for mac? thanks

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openmarkzx9.png

 

333FPS is low there, since I had Grab open and the window was out of focus. With the Focus on, it gets like 600FPS. Over 1000 with Grab closed.

 

100Mil polys = 2FPS

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ok, thanks for running that annoying mark.. or just pasting an old jpeg in. That seems about right i guess but i cant help wondering how some 7900's were running 30k scores.

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