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JaxMacFL

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  1. jojesa, I see you have vista listed as one of your os, what kind of video score do you get on it?
  2. IntelGuy, When I ran the tests with Aero on and a few other bells and whistles, my video score was 397. After disabling all that stuff it shot up to 729. The last one (764) I oc'd to 648/1648/2100 with RivaTuner, which oc's 2D and 3D simultaniously. I remember when I ran XP Pro, (might have been SP1 by then), with a new 6800Ultra I had to disable all the desktop 2D bells and whistles to get a decent 3-digit video score. When I went SLI with 7800GTXs, the video test wouldn't run at all unless SLI was disabled, but I could still get a pretty good 3-digit score with one. Anyway, do
  3. That is weird. I got 764 on that second run at 32 bit 1920 X 1200 res. Don't know if drivers would make a difference but I'm using 177.26 beta. Also running vista x64 business with SP1. I can see how that would drive you
  4. 8256 http://www.pcpitstop.com/betapit/sec.asp?c...;report=Summary
  5. Thx; I did the following (post #4): http://forums.pcpitstop.com/index.php?s=&a...t&p=1507357
  6. Go to 'System Properties' > 'Advance' tab > 'Performance' click on 'Settings' > click on 'Ajust for best performance' > click on 'Apply'. Next; Right click on desktop and select 'Personalize' > click on 'Window Color and Appearance' > click on 'Open classic appearance properties for more color options' > select 'Windows Standard' in the 'Color scheme:' window > click on 'Apply'. That should up your video score.
  7. Link I think: http://www.pcpitstop.com/betapit/sec.asp?c...;report=Summary Update: 8256 http://www.pcpitstop.com/betapit/sec.asp?c...;report=Summary
  8. For those who aren't aware of this, when your computer boots up you can freeze the post screen by pressing the 'Pause/Break' key and read the screen at your leisure. Press any key to resume boot up. You can freeze every post screen that comes up that way.
  9. It is in .pdf format. You need something like the adobe reader plug-in.
  10. Here is an extensive list (4 pages) of window hot keys: http://www.geeks.com/pix/ttpdfs/Geeks.com_...0Hot%20Keys.pdf
  11. 4080: http://www.pcpitstop.com/techexpress.asp?id=JD91PWSXJPCSDWMQ
  12. 3273 http://www.pcpitstop.com/techexpress.asp?id=BLU80WFKSFCSMSDR
  13. 2906 http://www.pcpitstop.com/techexpress.asp?id=KJU80WFKSFCSEFDR
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