nice system, but I can't see paying so much for air feight on RAM but eh, it's not my money.
2 quick questions, first of all are the 2 hard drives setup in RAID formation? Just wondering.
Also, if you don't mind me asking, what is it you do. You talk about building the system for the customer. Do you build custom PCs for people, or is this part of a business (or your business). Or is it just something you do, like this PC is for a family member or friend who asked you to build them a PC. Again, was just wondering
hah, I got bored and decided to run the test on my computer at home. It's an 800MHz AMD Thunderbird running at 950MHz, 256MB CS2 PC133 SDRAM, a GeForce4 MX 440 (PCI) graphfics card, and a 30gig 7200RPM Maxtor hard drive (2MB buffer).
My scores were:
PCMark Score: 1313
CPU Score: 1404
Memory Score: 842
Grpahics Score: 1711
HDD Score: 3285
LOL, I seriously need to get a new computer if I wanna play the next gen games that are about to come out. I was actually looking at getting one over the weekend, but I'm going to wait for the AMD 64's to come down in price just a bit more before I buy one, and I want a mobo with the new stuff that's coming out like PCI Express and what not, cause I hold onto my computers for a while. I'm going to run this test at work cause my work computer is even worst and see how poorly I do there. I know I need to replace this computer but I so don't want to, I don't know why but I really like my current computer, I just wish it was faster
That is weird, cause you have a better graphics card, did you install the latest drivers for it? Cause your card should be smoking mine. I thought maybe something was wrong with the test so I ran it twice, both times the numbers were about the same.
I'm so going to test my work computer tomorrow cause my computer at work was crappy when I first got it over 3 years ago. It's 466 Celeron (WOOHOO 66Mhz of FSB goodness), 128MB of RAM, integrated graphics, and a 10 gig hard drive. It sucks cause the new computers they give everyone are like 2.4-2.8GHz with 512 of RAM, 40 gig hard drives, CD-RWs, and with decent graphic cards. I need to "find" something wrong with my computer so I can request a new one
customer needs the cpu power, ram and hdd, video is not important
Im a Canadian Reseller Stephen
the ECC Ram thats in it is fucking expensive, like 500 600 bux, cant remember the exact price, cpu is like 14 15 00 and the hdd's were like 300, and then a few other components and then my markup and u have a $3000 PC
ur American dollar sux at the moment, i just got a check from my sis for 1100 bux US, worth only 1440 canadian god damnit, ill wait a week or two before i cash it LOL, hope the canadian dollar drops alittle for a day
Jerkie, you should see if you can get some more points by tweaking the memory. If you've got CRONIC ram you should be able to tighten the ram timings if you haven't done so, sometimes you can get more performance doing that if you haven't done so:)