OK, I really hope someone can explain this one, because I am at a loss. I just upgraded from Windows 98SE to Windows XP (I know, I know…), and after installing the video drivers for my new card, did my customary 3D benchmark to see how much I gained. That’s where I am baffled. Here is my system before: Windows 98SE Athlon 1700+ (1.465 Ghz) GeForce 3 Ti200 (64M, 4x) 512M RAM 3Dmark 2000 score: 9550 3Dmark 2001SE score: 6500 And after: Windows XP Home Edition Athlon 3000+ (2.1 Ghz) GeForce 6600GT (128M, 8x) 1 Gig RAM 3Dmark 2000 score: 13550 3Dmark 2001SE score: 13950 Conventional wisdom would conclude that if 3DMark 2001 is much more demanding than 3Dmark2000, it’s score would increase by a smaller margin. But, in my tests, the 2001SE score increases by over 100%, and the 2000 score by a mere 41%. Shouldn’t the reverse be true? Or, do I have a bottleneck on 3DMark2000? TIA!