I have a really old graphics card its a Radeon x800 GTO, but tried to run the benchmark anyway. Was wondering if this is the reason why it will not run, says there is a problem. Keep in mind i know its old just wanted to try it out anyway
Your video card lacks the required 512mb of ram to run the benchmark.
I've tried to run the benchmark on 4 different systems with 256mb video cards and none of them would run.
Leadtek GeForce 5950 ultra AGP (desktop) error
XFX 7900 GS AGP (desktop) error
Nvidia 7800 GTX Go (laptop) crash computer
Nvidia 8600 GT m (laptop) crash computer
The only AGP card I've found that will run the benchmark is a HD 3850 AGP with 512mb DDR3 ram and a 256 bit bus.
Even then, the highest score I got on the benchmark was a 1430 with a high overclock. The 3850 is no longer available for purchase except on E-bay and they are very expensive. There are lots of driver problems with them, too.
There is only one AGP card that can still be purchased that might run the benchmark and that is a ATI 4670. They can be purchased from places like Newegg.
If you have pci-e then there are options available for that type of slot.
btw I got the 1430 score on low while getting a 1300 on high.
P-4 Extreme Edition 3.2 @ 3.6 1.6v hyper-threading must be enabled. temps @ 55C air cooled.
XP Professional SP3 32 bit. for Hyper-threading support.
Sapphire Radeon HD 3850 AGP 512mb DDR3 256bit bus. gpu/mem-669/829 oc to 800/1000 benched max oc 850/1075 10.7 drv
Corsair Ram 3gb @2.5-3-3-6 dual channel 2.85v
Asus P4C 800e motherboard that has been volt modded.
Dual WD 160's.
Misc. cards and drives
5 case fans
PSU Thermaltake 560 watt. This is at its limit for this system. waaaay too much ram and assorted voltages from all the other stuff to overclock above 3.6 on cpu.
And there you have it. A 2003 model computer and that's the best low score I can get. . . maybe a new power supply and I can get a little more. . . this overclocking stuff is fun! ^^/b