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This page I’ll be posting the benchmarks for my various systems. I use a variety of programs most can be found at the Vogons website here (higher scores are better). the numbers equal FPS or Frame Per Second displayed.

Dell Dimension 4100, 1ghz Pentium III, 512MB SDRAM, Geforce2 MX AGP

3DMark 2000 = 4321
3DMark 2001SE = 2023

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Computers with 386 to Pentium running DOS Benchmarks

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Dell Dimension XPS D300, 300mhz Pentium II MMX, 384MB SDRAM, Nvidia RIVA 128

3Dbench = 179.2
PCPbench = 78.5
Doom = 70.07
Quake = 58.3

IBM 300PL Type 6562, Pentium 233mhz MMX, 128 EDO RAM, 512MB L2 cache, built in Matrox Mystique 1064SG-H

3Dbench = 163.6
PCPbench = 58.1
Doom = 82.7
Quake = 45.6

Speedsys – 175.43

Pentium 200mhz MMX, 128 SDRAM, 2MB L2 cache, 4MB Virge/GX PCI

3Dbench = 152.2
PCPbench = 60.2
Doom = 81.54
Quake = 48.3

Landmark 2.0 – cpu – 1312 fpu – 3486 video – 24576

HP Pavilion 3100, 200mhz Pentium MMX, 64MB SDRAM, NO L2 Cache, S3 Trio64V+

3Dbench = 152.9
PCPbench = 41.9
Doom = 72.44
Quake = 38.9

Pentium 133mhz, 128MB SDRAM, 512kb L2 cache, 4mb Virge PCI

3Dbench = 87.2
PCPbench = 34.1
Doom = 49.73
Quake = 28.8

Landmark 2.0 – cpu – 771 fpu – 2259 video – 10922

Compaq Deskpro 5120, 120mhz Pentium, 16MB EDO, 256kb L2 Cache, 2MB Matrox Mystique

3Dbench = 110.5
PCPbench = 32.8
Doom = 57.41
Quake = 27.6

Land Mark 2.0 – equivalent to a 691mhz AT system and a 202mhz 287 coprocessor

Gateway 2000 P5-120, 120mhz Pentium, 64MB FPM, NO L2 Cache, 2MB Matrox Mystique

3Dbench = 104.2
PCPbench = 24.9
Doom = 51.55
Quake = 22.9

Land Mark 2.0 – equivalent to a 691mhz AT system and a 202mhz 287 coprocessor

Cyrix 5×86 @ 120mhz, 256kb l2 cache, video card at 33mhz (as with AMD due to jumpering trick), loop_en=off, rstk_en=on, lsser=off, fp_fast=on, btb_en=on via Peter Moss 5×86 utility

3Dbench = 95.0
PCPbench = 22.3
Doom = 48.63
Quake = 15.0

Compaq Prolinea 5120e, Pentium 120mhz, 24MB FPM RAM, No L2 Cache, Built in Cirrus Logic CL-GD5434

3Dbench = 61.7
PCPbench = 21.2
Doom = 31.36
Quake = 19.0

AMD 5×86 @ 133mhz, 64MB FPM RAM, 256kb l2 cache module, 2MB ARK Logic 2000mt

3Dbench = 75.2
PCPbench = 19.7
Doom = 42.58
Quake = 12.6

Pentium 66mhz, 32mb FPM RAM, 256kb l2 cache,  s3 Vision 868 2MB

3Dbench = 54.6
PCPbench = 17.6
Doom = 37.78
Quake = 14.1

ICL ErgoLite DT486/66, Intel DX2 66mhz 486, No L2 Cache, 8MB FPM RAM, Built in Cirrus Logic CL-GD5422 video

3Dbench = 27.0
PCPbench = 8.0
Doom = 13.93
Quake = N/A

Canon Innova 486e, Intel 486SX 33mhz, no L2 cache, 12mb FPM RAM, Built in CL-CD5428 512kb video

3Dbench = 24.2
PCPbench = 5.4
Doom = 13.96
Quake = N/A

Speedsys – 12.16

Tandy 425sx, Intel 486SX 25mhz, no L2 cache, 8mb FPM RAM, built in WD 1mb video

3Dbench = 19.9
PCPbench = 5.3
Doom = 11.89
Quake = N/A

Speedsys – 12.52

Packard Bell Legend 115, Intel 486sx 25mhz, 128kb L2 Cache, 20MB FPM RAM, Built in Headland 512kb video

3Dbench = 19.9
PCPbench = 3.9
Doom = 10.71
Quake = N/A

Speedsys – 9.20

AMD 386 DX-40 @ 25mhz, 16MB FPM RAM, 256kb l2 cache, 1MB ET4000AX ISA card

3Dbench = 10.0
PCPbench = 2.5
Doom = 4.43
Quake = N/A

Speedsys – 4.19

BSR 386SX/16, Intel 386SX 16mhz, 4MB FPM RAM, Cirrus Logic “Eagle II”built in video

3Dbench = 4.4
PCPbench = 1.1
Doom = N/A
Quake = N/A

Topbench = 27
Wolf3d= 7.7

Speedsys = 1.88

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Computers with 286 and older architecture using Checkit 3.0 Benchmark

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Harris 286 @ 20mhz, 4MB FPM RAM,  RAM, ATI VGA Wonder XL24 1MB, 287 math CoPro

CPU = 3683
Video= 4920
NPU = 422.9

Topbench = 42
Wolf3d= N/A

IBM PS/2 Model 30 286, AMD 286 @ 10mhz, 1mb PS/2 type RAM, Trident 8900C 1MB, no math CoPro

CPU = 1889
Video= 2708
NPU = 37

Epson Equity E1, NEC V30 @ 10mhz, 640kb RAM, ATI VGA Wonder + 512mb, 8087 math CoPro

CPU = 1280
Video= 1725
NPU = 329.1

Packard Bell PB500, NEC V20 @ 9.54mhz, 640kb RAM, ATI Wonder CGA, 8087 math CoPro

CPU = 779
Video= 819
NPU = 242.4

Commodore Colt, Siemens 8088-1 @ 9.54, 640kb RAM, built in Paradise PVC4 , 8087 math CoPro

CPU = 689
Video= 1092
NPU = 230.9

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