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Skit112

join:2001-08-06
Hoboken, NJ
reply to Krisnatharok

Re: Unigine Valley Benchmark 1.0 Released

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Krisnatharok
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Yeah that 680 is not ever going to break a sweat at 1680x1050.


Skit112

join:2001-08-06
Hoboken, NJ
said by Krisnatharok:

Yeah that 680 is not ever going to break a sweat at 1680x1050.

Yeah I know, it's still cool to run it to see what I get.


Krisnatharok
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said by Krisnatharok:

Man, those 7950s are insane. I edged a new personal high--1127, by edging my 7970 to 1215 core / 1635 memory, but it took a +12% overvolt, which had me worried.




I think I just need a new CPU, the x58 chipset is getting old.

New benchmark with a new CPU--i7-3770K @ 4.4 GHz. It's a 13.7% improvement in something heavily dependent on the GPU.



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n_w95482
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I ran it a bunch right after it came out, but I didn't save any screenies. Here's a text version of what I got.

Single EVGA GTX 680 Superclocked+ (GPU turbo up to 1175 MHz, memory - stock @ 1552 MHz/6208 MHz effective, 310.70 driver), i7-980X @ 4.24 GHz. Extreme HD preset

Initial run, no tweaks: 1824
Stock speeds, fan maxed (prevents slight turbo throttling @ 70+ C): 1831
Stock GPU, +50 MHz RAM offset: 1853
Stock GPU, +100 MHz RAM offset: 1869
Stock GPU, +150 MHz RAM offset: 1884
Stock GPU, +200 MHz RAM offset: 1903
Stock GPU, +250 MHz RAM offset: 1914
Stock GPU, +300 MHz RAM offset: 1930
+75 MHz GPU offset, +300 MHz RAM offset: 1979

The +75 GPU offset required me to peg the voltage at the highest setting, 1.175v. Any GPU speed higher than that resulted in a crash. The card waffled on its own between 1.1625v and 1.175v during the run, making it crash. +70 MHz was fine with auto voltages though. The RAM showed no indication of stopping, but I figured a 300 MHz base (1.2 GHz effective) bump was plenty for now.

I also ran it on two other PCs, my HTPC and my spare PC. Here's the HTPC:

A8-3870K @ 3.3 GHz, integrated Radeon HD 6550D @ 900 MHz GPU (50% overclock ), DDR3-1866, Catalyst 13.1, Extreme HD preset: 218

And the spare PC...:

Single GTX 460 1 GB (835 MHz GPU, memory - stock @ 950 MHz/3.8 GHz effective, 310.70 driver), Opteron 185 @ 2.8 GHz, Extreme HD preset aside from resolution (1680x1050 monitor): 933

If I have time, I'll run it again tomorrow with updated drivers. I'll grab proper screenshots if I do, so I won't have to write this unreadable mess again.
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