I was looking around for a ledger and couldn't find one. I thought it'd be a good idea to keep a leader board table updated for the forum as a reference to what type of systems will do what in FutureMark's 3DMarkVantage. Once new scores come in, I will create an Official MaximumPC GPU Leaderboard. There will be two lists for GPU Performance Rankings, one for ATI and the other one for nVidia.
Contribute your 'Performance-Rating' aka P-score, so that we can establish a list.
The information required from you will be:
1. user name-
2. P- Score
3. GPU Score -
4. CPU Score -
5. CPU Make/Model -
6. CPU Clock -
7. FSB -
8. GPU Model -
9. X-Fire/Sli Status (Single, Dual, Tri, or Quad)-
10. GPU Clocks (Core, Shader and Memory)
11. Driver Version
However, do note- The only rule to be included in this future ledger, is that you MUST post your 'compare link' OR a screen shot of YOUR score. Like one of the two seen below.
As an 'example', this is what a 'compare link' looks like:
http://service.futuremark.com/resultCom ... ultType=19
If you don't get added to the table it's likely that you haven't provided any proof of your score.
Without further ado, here's my Performance Rating screenshot taken last night for confirimation...
P32,088- BFG GTX 260 core 216 in 3 Way SLi @ C-711/S-1489/M-1211;
1. user name- daveyd
2. P- Score P-32,088
3. GPU Score - 28,210
4. CPU Score - 54,608
5. CPU Make/Model -Intel i7 965
6. CPU Clock - 4Ghz OC
7. FSB - 160
8. GPU Model - GTX 260 Core 216/896MB
9. X-Fire/Sli Status (Single, Dual, Tri, or Quad)- TRI-Sli
10. GPU Clocks (Core, Shader and Memory) 711/1489/1211
11. Driver Version 184.108.40.20621
I will be back periodically to check on any new submissions, and from there, I will create the Leaderboard once ten people have responded.
Hopefully with enough contributions, this will eventually become a sticky.