Tuesday, May 29th 2012

GeForce GTX 690 Breaches P20000 at 3DMark 11

Taiwanese proverclocker TIN set a new 3DMark 11 record by scoring P20962 points using a single GeForce GTX 690 graphics card. The score included 25179 graphics, 15213 physics, and 12412 combined scores. The feat was achieved by overclocking an EVGA GeForce GTX 690 to clock speeds of 1509 MHz (base), 1639 MHz (GPU Boost), and 7336 MHz (memory, effective); and sustaining it using liquid nitrogen cooling. The double-headed eagle on steroids was supported by an Intel Core i7-3960X processor clocked at 4.50 GHz, 16 GB of quad-channel DDR3-2133 MHz memory, and EVGA X79 Classified motherboard. Find more information on the feat here.
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21 Comments on GeForce GTX 690 Breaches P20000 at 3DMark 11

#1
RejZoR
Who cares. Give us GTX 670 for some half decent price instead...
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#2
KissSh0t
by: RejZoR
Who cares. Give us GTX 670 for some half decent price instead...
I care..

Are you posting on the correct website? Perhaps you mistook this for NVIDIA.com
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#3
okidna
Wow.. No zombie VRM mod to achieve this? Amazing :toast:

Voltage mod is a must, though..
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#5
Lionheart
Wish my GTX 670 had those clocks with air cooling:laugh::laugh:
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#7
Darkrealms
WoW!
He comments on his site about 2 being better than one. Wouldn't he want to go Ivy Bridge for two of those cards? Or is the native PCI-e lanes just a limitation of the 1155 Sandy vs Ivy cpus? I know the 2011 have more PCI-e lanes available (just don't remember how many).
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#8
lyndonguitar
I play games
Sick Speeds! Sooner or later you now measure GPU clocks in GHz not MHz. that GPU is as fast as my old pentium 4 1.6 Ghz clock-wise LOL.
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#9
nickbaldwin86
Epic

Get that guy two 690s and see what he can do! :rockout:

by: lyndonguitar
Sick Speeds! Sooner or later you now measure GPU clocks in GHz not MHz. that GPU is as fast as my old pentium 4 1.6 Ghz clock-wise LOL.
Clock-wise yes but I think we all know clock speeds don't mean anything, Intel has proven this countless times.
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#10
dickobrazzz
Taiwanese proverclocker TIN
may be ukranian? :)
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#12
Isenstaedt
by: Lionheart
Wish my GTX 670 had those clocks with air cooling:laugh::laugh:
Wish I had a GTX 670...
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#13
cadaveca
My name is Dave
by: okidna
Wow.. No zombie VRM mod to achieve this? Amazing :toast:

Voltage mod is a must, though..
Must be under the glove. :p

by: TiN
Two is better than one, I already started testing with two in QuadSLI :)

http://hwbot.org/image/790306.jpg

http://fotkidepo.ru/photo/115530/9444I9oZLT896h/y6ReoXdHO6/771315.jpg

More details posted: http://kingpincooling.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1729
One-card score was done with really modest CPU clocks...thanks for that. Makes for nice compare for me. ;)
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#14
Hilux SSRG
by: Lionheart
Wish my GTX 670 had those clocks with air cooling:laugh::laugh:
What are you getting on your GTX 670?

I maxed stable OC on my Gigabyte card with stock air cooling to -

gpu clock +150 to 1130mhz
memory clock +600 to 1802mhz/7208mhz
boost clock to 1209mhz
max clock to 1365mhz
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#15
lyndonguitar
I play games
by: nickbaldwin86
Epic

Get that guy two 690s and see what he can do! :rockout:



Clock-wise yes but I think we all know clock speeds don't mean anything, Intel has proven this countless times.
yes, I agree, thats why I said Clock-Wise. should have added "Only" :toast:
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#17
Disruptor4
Needs moar CPU clock speed and another 690 IMO :P:P:P:P:P
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#18
TiN


Moar CPU speed? :)

And moar GPU speed this time, 1588MHz all four GPUs :)
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#19
cadaveca
My name is Dave
45k graphics score is sick, TiN.:laugh:
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#21
Darkrealms
Thanks for the update TiN. You said you were testing with Ivy/z77 FTW. What made you pick the Evga board? (Not that I'm complaining about it, I'm jealous as I'm still waiting for it to be released)

by: Disruptor4
Needs moar CPU clock speed and another 690 IMO :P:P:P:P:P
The 690 can only do 2x SLI. It doesn't have the headers for 3x/4x SLI. (physical cards)
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