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Furmark benchmark thread (5XXX series edition)

Discussion in 'AMD / ATI' started by shevanel, Dec 8, 2009.

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    I beg to differ. I think it runs more favorably on ATI cards.
     
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    anyone on here know how to get manual fan control working on the HD5970!
     
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    did you try msi afterburner?
     
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    I don't think so. ATI runs the program better, and I am sure there is no vendor based optimisation, ATI hardware is just efficient enough...
     
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    Every GTX card Ive owned has scored lower than a Ati similar or lesser speed. ie my gtx 275 scored around the same as 4850/4870
     
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    You have to remeber the core of the HD 5770 is at lease as fast as a HD 4890 ;)
    As long as Furmark is not being bottlenecked by the bandwidth, there is no reason the HD 5770 can't win.
    Especially when you are running Furmark @1280*1024.
     
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    I did a bench run between 5770 & 4890, and 4890 wins in most races....even when the 5770 were clocked (925, 5200) from stock (850, 4800).
     
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    i just went to arbys to grab lunch and saw a UPS man close by. My 2nd 5770 is out for delivery.. should be here very soon I hope.

    he just came..

    I'm a little worried.. man that fan on the top card gets no love. top card 51c bottom card 42c

    [​IMG]
     
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    5770 xfire stock clocks and right up there with a 5870!

    [​IMG]

    overclocked a little

    [​IMG]
     
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    Wow you're really grateful this time of year.
     
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    If your still using the big side fan, maybe worth a try of some 38mm high pressure fans on voltage control. Those SanAce 1101 and Kaza 3000 of mine put a lot of pressure out at low speed, and can do cold "spot" cooling.[and quiet also]

    Heck I dont even have any attached to the Ninja Fins
    http://forums.techpowerup.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=31186&d=1260065840
     
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    Where to mount them?
     
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    If'n I read your spec's correct, remove the big 200 side[widow] fan and you can mount up to 4 fans there, or use some imagination with plastic coated wire ties to sit on the power supply or "hang" somewhere to force the air "into/around the cards. Any way to relocate the pump assy, to blow towards the rear vents?

    Just a few thoughts to toss out there. I've been down that road many times since mine sits inside a cherry desk. Sometines not the most pretty, but gotta do what ever I can to get the temps controlled.

    It seem's that i'm already off to some bummpy start, had 3 "W"hite SOD freezes, but the stock fan is sitting on 21%. Had 1 playing DIRT2[stock] and came home after work and was froze up again. Going to have GPU/Afterburner monitor for a while to see any temp rises.

    Set a profile w/AB so mabey it was just a stock 9.11 driver fluke not ramping up the fan.

    EDIT I'm still studying your pic[BTW very nice setup] think'n mabey a 40x38 server fan sitting/wedged on the back of that "shell" blowing to the rear of case
     
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    What "shell" do you mean?
     
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    On/in the top card.[or both?]
    Just something to get a breeze going to the outside........
    [​IMG]
     
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    OIC!

    i do have fans i could put to use. thansk for the tip I'll see what I can do .
     
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    Well I fail hard, all the other 5870's cream mine....
     
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    you could always trade that guy shevanel your 5870 for his 2 5770's..
     
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    yeah ok sheva.... wait.... I see what you did there.

    I dont get it, my 5870 scores as well as others in Vantage and other benches, just fails at this one :confused:
     
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    I wouldnt worry about what this bench says. I mainly like this bench because it is quick and it can show 2 things that I want to know.. load temp and performance relative to another persons setup.

    Have you tried with the 9800gt uninstalled?
     

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