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3DMark 06 Compilation

Discussion in 'General Software' started by Asylum, Dec 8, 2009.

  1. InTeL-iNsIdE Guest

    You will have to take my futuremark link as proof of date cause I cant get the same run again :banghead::banghead::banghead:

    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm06=12906410

    scroll down to see the date, 08 Jan 2010 same as my original post!!

    InTeL-iNsIdE|2x Sapphire 5770's|925core/1325mem|28093|i7 920@4.4ghz

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  2. Asylum

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    I would accept the ORB if it had your name on it but it dont.
    Sorry...Just tring to stay even with the rules here.
     
  3. InTeL-iNsIdE Guest

    Damn you lol

    Ok now look at the link, scroll down and you will see I have named the run "InTeL-iNsIdE" it has the 08 jan date also

    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm06=12906410

    InTeL-iNsIdE|2x Sapphire 5770's|920 core/1320 mem|27219|i7 920@4.2ghz

    heres the original screenie too:

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    Do you accept orb only? :D forgot to do a screenie..
     
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    no just do a screenie with cpu-z, gpu-z and your 3dmark06 score + time and date
     
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    oh ok, its just that, imo orb is more reliable since you can do "facelifts" with just screenshots.. ehhe. anyways, ima go bench later
     
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    yeah well, the only one you are cheating is yourself IMO, so idc about that, but yeah ORB is the best thing
     
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    Mlee49|Single 8800 GT|705 core/1065 mem|15772|i7 920@4.2ghz

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    A freakin 8800GT!

    I've got my 275 w/an e5200 @ 3.8Ghz but its an 8x slot in a mATX P45 board.

    Ha! Exactly the same score:
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    yep I understand that. :toast: but some people like myself use data like these as a performance baseline for current setups and not as an epeen thing.. therefore accuracy is a much appreciated perk. For example, how the hell can one achieve 21k+ points with a single GTX280 on a 4.08ghz C2Q??
     
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    You cant really, I think I needed about 4.3gig outta my old Q9650 to top 20k with a 280..... not unless of course you get the 280 some nice aftermarket cooling and then raise the volts to get it to clock around 775+ mhz, that would prob do it with a C2Q.
     
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    Drivers have changed since then as well, the 280s get higher marks in 06 than they did 5+ months ago.
     
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    indeed, but still im estimating 19k-20k with 770mhz 280 with just 4ghz.. but 21k on 735/1305/1505?? :D Check the chart on the first page..
     
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    No surely 770mhz would get you more than that, damn i got over 22,000 with a 192 core GTX260 although that little monster clocked to 800mhz, I am checking my Orb results to see if I still have the 280 run.

    Edit: No have not got the 280 orb result still, I still have the GTX260 run though cause I was fairly proud of that at the time, I have a GTX 275 run which is fairly similar performance wise to the 280 and that netted me 21,534 with an i7 920 at 4gig.
     
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    nice squeeze :toast:


    but basically to root what I was talking about was this:
    is that even possible?
     
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    Yes I thinks so, my old GTX 275 has the same amount of SP's I think as the 280 and i think my GPU clocks were about 735mhz and I scored about 500 points more than he did with CPU's at the same speed, that 500 point hike for me would be down to the i7 being quicker clock for clock, obviously thats a very un sceintific conclusion. Check his screenie and compare with yours, if his CPU score matches yours roughly the only difference can really be driver sets or GPU/Shader overclocks unless there is a HUGE difference in system RAM performance or OS tweaking which I doubt.
     
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    hmm.. ok, thanks for the insights, gonna rebench later with current drivers, last bench (back in nov 09 see spec) was 18.5k, pumping up gpu, only yielded a hundred or so in the overall score.. Im kind of in a dead end on where else can I squeeze performance from..

    my OS is pretty much skimmed down, no anti virus (cept' for that win defender) or any other 3rd party background process..
     
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    One other thing to try might be to drop the unlinked shader speed a bit and you may well find that will allow you to get extra GPU clocks, 2006 depends more heavily on the GPU clocks so that may give you a little more. For example, on my old GTX260 that I scored over 22,000 with, the max GPU overclock that I could acheive with shaders linked was 780, I unlinked them , dropped them 30mhz and that allowed me to hit 800mhz on the GPU clocks (the gain of 20mhz GPU clock is much more significant than the loss of 30mhz shader clocks, well it was for that card), the difference between the two was 550 points if that makes sense.
     
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    Thought I'd do one for the hell of it :p

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    Meh.
    Should do better when properly OCed :toast:
     
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  20. InTeL-iNsIdE Guest

    Yes :rockout: No1 ATI score woohooooooooo :toast: :nutkick: :laugh:
     
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    you should be able to get at least 950 on the core and 1375/1400 on mem:-D
     
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    I've been playing around with voltages from 1.22-1.28V all of them seem to do the trick.
     
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