Here are some benchmarks AFTER SP2, Omega installed, and OC video 425/220. Pretty good improvement for minor tweaks LOL.
Using the Omega Radeon 2.5.90 and ATI Tool 0.22 (which REALLY doesn't like Omega's implementation of Temporal Anti-Aliasing), I got up to 425 core/220 mem from 300 core/200 mem. I KNOW that with 'stock' Radeon drivers, which are sadly out of date from Emachines (ATI doesn't update their reference mobile drivers) those numbers would be more like 450/230. I have seen on here as high as 486/229 (gotta be cooking!).
Stock speed benched with 3DMark 01 : 9,457
OC(425/220) speed benched with 3DMark 01 : 11,744
Stock speed benched with 3DMark 03 : 2,496
OC(425/220) speed benched with 3DMark 03 : 3,162
Stock speed benched with PCMark 04 : 3,446
OC(425/220) speed benched with PCMark 04 : 3,888
That is a low OC, no stability or tearing problems. Havent OC'ed the CPU yet, and probably won't. It's a lot more risky and complicated LOL.
The only real hardware difference between mine and Zero's above...is the CPU OC. That made about a 44 point difference on 3DMark03. Well that and RealTek 220.127.116.1120
eMachines m6805 great specs for $999!
Mobile Athlon 64 3000+ | 512MB PC2700 | 60GB 5400RPM | ATI Mobility Radeon 9600 @1280x800 | 24x CD-RW | 15.4" widescreen | XP SP2