Post your MBP Penryn 3DMark06 scores

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  1. Mariux.mac macrumors member

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    hello can you post your MBP Penryn 3DMark06 scores, and post your MBP spec
     
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  3. Bokser Guest

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    I am really curious too! I don't have a macbook pro yet, but those who do, if you have time - please run the benchmark.
    :beer:
     
  4. alphaod macrumors Core

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  5. alphaod macrumors Core

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    4414 3DMarks

    So I'm delivering as promised.

    Click on the screenshot to see more advanced information.
    [​IMG]
     
  6. burningrave101 macrumors 6502

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    Lets see some comparison scores between 512MB and 256MB cards.
     
  7. Bokser Guest

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    alphaod
    Could you run it on the native resolution? or the 1400x900?

    By the way thanks for taking the time ;)
     
  8. macthille macrumors member

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    I have the 2,5 Ghz with 2GB RAM and 7200 RPM HD.

    3dmark06
    4100 3DMarks
    SM2.0 Score: 1623
    HDR/SM3.0 Score 1517
    CPU Score 2193


    I ran it without messing with any options so the resolution was set to 1280x1024, and not the native 1440x900.


    edit:
    My friend has the generation before this one (base model) and got 1000 points less than me :S
     
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  10. burningrave101 macrumors 6502

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    When you run 3DMark you want to run it at the default settings and resolution if you're comparing to other people out there on the net. That way everybody's settings are consistent as a lot of people don't think to change the resolution when they run it. As a side comparison though he could post both scores I guess to see how they differentiate.
     
  11. Bokser Guest

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    Good score! I think the 1000 points difference has to do with the video Ram (128->512) more than the 300mhz difference!

    burningrave101
    Yes, I agree. For comparison of scores the default resolution is the way to go. I just wanted to see how the 8600GT 512mb holds up for higher resoultions, for example the 1920x1200...
     
  12. alphaod macrumors Core

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    I'll switch to Windows and try it.

    Also I don't know, but maybe the OS used might affect this stuff.

    I'm running XP.

    EDIT:
    3DMark: 1666
    SM2.0: 678
    HDR/SM3.0: 507
    CPU: 2304

    All tests selected.
    Settings used:
    1680x1050
    8x sample Anti-Aliasing Quality setting 2
    16x Anisotrophic filtering
    Rendering options OFF
    VS Profile 3.0
    PS Profile 3.0

    Test looped 3 times.
     
  13. ridehard macrumors member

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    3703

    Have a mbp penryn 2.4 2gb 200gb5400 hdd.

    Just ran 3dmark 06 , normal did not change any option, and got 3703 marks.
    Windows Xp 32 bit.
     
  14. Bokser Guest

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    Is anybody willing to overclock and see how it improves the score...? :p
     
  15. jjahshik32 macrumors 603

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    Hmm.. 4414 as to 3703 from 256mb vram to the 512mb vram.. interesting, a difference of 711 in default set @ 1280x1024.

    Look what I found with a 256mb vram same exact card with 1280x1024 (default)
    [​IMG]


    Here's the guy who ran the test http://forum.notebookreview.com/showthread.php?t=128829

    hmm.. so it seems from 512mb vram to the 256mb vram there is a total of 650-700 difference. I knew I wasnt crazy when I saw a huge difference in driving the 23" acd~;)
     
  16. zepharus macrumors 6502a

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    I have the 2.4 Base

    I get 4406 with the 169.09 Drivers from laptopvideo2go. clocked the card BACK to STOCK 475/700 Temps are fine
     
  17. jjahshik32 macrumors 603

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    Can we see the screen shots + the temp screen shot?

    Also does that mean the 17" can be clocked at even higher??

    The 15" mbp 256mb vrams are clocked at 470/635 rather than the 475/700, I highly doubt that 5/65 difference is going to be 700 points in 3dmark06.
     
  18. dab3 macrumors newbie

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    BTW, there was mention about the 8600M GT 128mb, regarding a mid 3000'ish score in 3DMark06.

    3Dmark06 is meant to utilize GFX cards with 256mb and higher, therefore results for the 128mb version will not be completely respectable.

    For more comparable results when comparing a 128mb card to a 256mb or 512mb card, use 3DMark05 to compare results, as it it utilized for 128mb GFX cards.
     
  19. ridehard macrumors member

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    Just form inserting the battery while plug in ac power got:

    SUPERPi 1M : 21.703s
    2M : 51.984s

    3dMark 2001 se : 29154

    3dMark 06 : 4154

    Stock boot camp drivers, but overclocked to original nvidia clocks with RivaTuner.

    Will download the drivers from laptopvidoe2go and try again.

    C.J
     
  20. Radio Monk33 macrumors 6502

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    Ooo all you guys changing your video card speeds closer to the stock are tempting me. Not that I really know what real life difference it would make for the heat risk..
     
  21. alphaod macrumors Core

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    As much as I want to see how far I push the machine, I will always refuse to OC a laptop. Had too many issues in the past (burnt GPUs, failed cooling systems, etc).
     
  22. Radio Monk33 macrumors 6502

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    I don't blame, especially on a laptop that runs freaking hot to begin with. Maybe with a couple extra fans blowing on it I could make a minor tweak..
     
  23. superspiffy macrumors 6502a

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    I ran 3DMark06 Basic Edition on my 2.5 GHz with 512 VRAM and 2 GB of RAM running on Vista Ultimate. Everything set to default of course like 1280 x 854 and no AA. Got 4200
     
  24. Mojoseph macrumors newbie

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    I just tried this on my penryn 2.6 2gb ram 200gb 7200rpm. Im running it on winxp prof 32bit. I got an overall 3dmark score of 4936.
    SM2 1983,
    HDR SM3 1872,
    CPU 2289.
    Im surprised how high it is. Pretty awesome for a laptop. This thing surprises me over and over.
     
  25. superspiffy macrumors 6502a

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    Wow!!! and that's without the 4gb RAM. I find it hard to believe you got over 700 pts than me all because of a 0.1 GHz difference. What gfx drivers are you using? And what resolution did you benchmarked it on?
     

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