more than 5500 marks... That's the ass kicking machine
So I see the video card works just as I was thinking it should, so I was right again with my calculations
Please tell me RE-Amemiya, do you use the drivers from SONY web site? - If it's so, > 5500 THAT'S REALLY CRAZY for some stinky notebook drivers... You can install the top notch latest beta nVIDIA drivers designed for all desktop and notebook chips with modded inf, fetch them from this site: www.laptopvideo2go.com
- and I'm sure you will gain some extra 200~300 marks if not beat the 6000 marks line man
Cause all those notebook drivers from notebook manufactures are garbage
When you will test the real drivers from laptopvideo2go please let us know
And as I saw on the photo the notebook was made in USA - am I right?
Thanks! My congrats to You, RE-Amemiya.. AR really rocks... cause I know what MCE notebook is (I work in ******* hyper market) and I spent some hours testing new TOSHIBA Qosmio G30 with practically the same specs: 17 inches glossy, Go 7600 not GT or GS, 1Gb DDR-II 667, and dual 100Gb 5400 hdds in RAID 0, and all that MCE stuff like TV tuner S-video output etc... - 3DMark 2005 score at standart settings of free version, 1024x768 with noAA/noAF - 4021 Marks.. But it really doesn't matter how much marks it has - the machine itself really rocks..
But the AR is defenitly better designed and power-equipped than Qosmio
BTW here is other test results from hyper market:
3DMark 2005 1024x768 noAA/noAF, Standart settings
Fujitsu-Siemens Amilo 1536 Core Duo with ATI MR X1400 - 1668 Marks
SONY VAIO SZ (don't remember the model) Core Duo with NV GFGO 7400 - 1804 Marks
TOSHIBA Qosmio G30 Core Duo NV GFGO 7600 - 4021 Marks
Desktop System based on AMD Athlon 64 3500+, 1Gb DDR-II 533, NV GF 7600GS - 3902 Marks
Going to test some ACER and ASUS machines soon..