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Old 05-13-2010, 07:37 PM   #11 (permalink)
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A Phenom II X4 at 4GHz should get around ~5500-5800 CPU score

3dmark06 uses this formula to calculate the total score:

Total Score = 2.5 x 1 / (( 1.7 / ((sm 2.0 + sm 3.0) / 2) + 0.3 / CPU Score ) / 2)

which is simplified to
Total Score = 5 / ( 3.4 / (sm 2.0 + sm 3.0) + 0.3 / CPU Score )

you can put it into excel in the form:
= round( 5 / ( 3.4 / (sm 2.0 + sm 3.0) + 0.3 / CPU Score ), 0)

the 0.3 value on top of the CPU score puts significant weight to the CPU score towards the final score

Just as an example, I got around 6200 CPU score on my Phenom II 965 at 4242MHz using XP (In windows 7 it would get ~5800)
I got ~8200 with my X6 1090T at 4389MHz

the CPU tests use a lot of threads, and generally scale fairly well when more cores are added (though other programs will scale better)
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No this is a normal score =D

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Your Link is taking me to a 3DMark Vantage Score not a 3DMark06 score. Here's a normal Vantage score
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A Phenom II X4 at 4GHz should get around ~5500-5800 CPU score

3dmark06 uses this formula to calculate the total score:

Total Score = 2.5 x 1 / (( 1.7 / ((sm 2.0 + sm 3.0) / 2) + 0.3 / CPU Score ) / 2)

which is simplified to
Total Score = 5 / ( 3.4 / (sm 2.0 + sm 3.0) + 0.3 / CPU Score )

you can put it into excel in the form:
= round( 5 / ( 3.4 / (sm 2.0 + sm 3.0) + 0.3 / CPU Score ), 0)

the 0.3 value on top of the CPU score puts significant weight to the CPU score towards the final score

Just as an example, I got around 6200 CPU score on my Phenom II 965 at 4242MHz using XP (In windows 7 it would get ~5800)
I got ~8200 with my X6 1090T at 4389MHz

the CPU tests use a lot of threads, and generally scale fairly well when more cores are added (though other programs will scale better)
In simple, more cores + faster = better. My kinda algebra.

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