Would love to consider your scores, however I cannot unless they are supported by either a screenshot, or a comparison page such as ComputerGeek737 provided. For those wondering how to post pictures I will tell you now, but the other option open to you is simply to e-mail the relevant picture to me at email@example.com
(don't forget to include enough information so I know who you are!).
__________________________________________________________________How to post Pictures
OK, this is a quick tutorial on how to post pictures. First thing is first, sign up at an image hosting site such as www.photobucket.com
. This new gallery will be where your pictures are stored for posting.
Once you have an account at one of these it is an easy process. Once logged in, click the "add picture" or "browse" button or whatever you have there, select the picture you want to upload from your hard drive and OK it. Once it is uploaded to your new online album, you can click it to take you there, or right-click and copy the destination URL which is what you use to post the pic up.
Now you can use that URL to post up your picture here. In your relevant post open an image tag, paste the URL, and close the image tag so that it looks like the following:
[IMG]url to pic[/IMG]
Some sites, such as photobucket which is my personal fav, have a box under the pic in the gallery with the url and IMG tags already done, you can simply copy and paste that here instead if you so desire.
Originally Posted by mojoRT
What about Go5200 cards in some 8600s? Do we get a place in the FAQ?
We can't run 3DMark05; but, 3DMark03 and 01 work well.
As much as I would love to, the logistics of this would simply drive me insane. It would mean sections for all the different Video cards/ laptop models catered for in the General FAQ and that is very numerous. However I will consider it based upon the success/ failure and feedback regarding the i9100/ XPS comp, and may include it in the future.
But for now, please keep the scores coming in and remember your proof, no proof, no record! Currently ComputerGeek737 is the leader for 3dMark01 and 03 using the 64MB MR9700 (overclocked).