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HD 7950/7970 (Owners) Post Your 3DMark 11 Scores

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  1. kannas New Member

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    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/7168344

    overclocked my gpu and downclocked cpu to 4.7, physics score decreased along with combined.

    but graphics increased.

    what's wrong?
     
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    Unstable. What settings are you using. ( volts etc.)
     
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    the gpu is about right now, the physics is probably due to single channel of ram
     
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    Yeah I'm not quite sure whats going on. It seems like it should be better.
     
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    What are your settings under ccc? Default, quality or performance
     
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    What drivers do you guys recommend
     
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    High quality under texture filter settings. Does changing that really make a difference? All other settings are use application settings.
     
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    It makes some difference sure. Not a huge difference though. Remember, this is a race, not a beauty contest! So when you run benchmarks, set things to PERFORMANCE.
     
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    Just did it. 9258 with same exact clock speeds.
    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/7171654
    That's better! Now I can really start pushing my clocks from here.

    EDIT: 9449 at 1130/1400 1.23v I'm going to make Crysis 3 my bitch before the day is over with..

    9501 at 1150/1400. Living life on the edge today. YOLO
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    I think you can push more outta that card, perhaps. ;)
     
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    how high can you set the volts on that gigabyte card dude?
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    1.4V or so...
     
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    so with the fans up he should be able to much closer to 1300mhz :D
     
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    Good luck using that. Across..........let's see........ around 6-8 AMD 79xx cards, I couldn't set voltage any higher than 1.35v or I would get artifacting even at stock clocks (temps were well in order). This was even on the high end ones as well. Not sure what is up with that, but at ambient temps, and the cards I had, I couldnt do it.
     
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    1.3 is the highest voltage. I don't wanna run it on that 24/7 until I get liquid cooling. Crysis 3 crashed with the last reported overclock. I have a solid benchmark to go from though. Maybe I will hit the 10k club one day.
     
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    1.3v should get you about 1200mhz dude imo :)
     
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    1.3v gets me up to 1250mhz on air, on water itll probably do about 50mhz more than that.

    best ive done was 11.8k on graphics unrecorded due to fake 3d11 copy. but nowadays after a pounding it does 11.5k on good drivers. 13.4 beta 2s or that era.

    this is a work in progress, was trying to find better drivers (whqls on this) and my physics is an average of 9500 now

    im hoping for a 10.8k total or more tbh, waiting for that cold night!

    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/6910745
     
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    You should be in the 12k range without tessellation I would imagine... ?
     
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    nearly 13k, this would be more but was using latest betas which are crap on 3d11, and had to lower clocks due to them...

    [​IMG]

    http://hwbot.org/submission/2417354_
     
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    durvelle youre killing me! an aircooled 7950 vs a wc 7970!!

    soon ill have a 7970 and on water and just wait, ill post 2 cards vs your 1

    then ill be bwahahahahahha!
     
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    Not an good excuse

    bwahahahaha :roll: :roll:



    WHYY

    :cry:
     
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    3570k @ 4.5GHz
    2x XFX 7950 crossfire 1000MHz/6000 @ 1.081v (reduced in BIOS from 1.25v to reduce temperatures/power whilst maintaining boost clock of 925MHz)
    8GB Gskill 2133
    Asrock Extreme3

    3dmark 11 P13623, graphics 17233

    [​IMG]
     

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