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Monday, 21 May 2007 14:12

3DMark 03 just below 100k

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Kingpin and 8800 Ultra's to blame

 

Kingpin is closing on his new world record, 100k in 3DMark 03.


He has been playing with two 8800 Ultra's for some time now and after breaking his ASUS Striker board, he had to turn to his backup, which has some coldbugs (read, doesn't work under -90 C). But he did manage to get very close, 99,521 points. He will surely get over 100k soon, at least when his favorite ASUS Striker is repaired, let me quote the Kingpin on this one :"Never been so close to something that I have the clocks for and not been able to get it.".

Our congratulation to Kingpin, keep up the good work. You can check out the original thread and screenshot of 3DMark 03 here.


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