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Discussion in 'General Software' started by AthlonX2, Dec 6, 2010.

  1. EarthDog

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    It does there at stock speeds, but it doesnt show here in these results. Closest one is your 400+ points away. Even with the 5870 over 1k core with his hex vs my quad (which doesnt appear to matter) clocked 300Mhz higher.

    Oh well.

    Looking forward cadeveca's memory results though even though he's a grumpy son of a gun! :)
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    fullinfusion 1.21 Gigawatts

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    can i post a few Xtreme runs just for the hell of it?
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    When systems are different , everything is possible ..... to many variables indeed

    It would be great to explore memory impact with 3DMark 11 and I have a Vertex 2 50GB SSD that "may" impact things too

    Exactly

    I like to keep my system very clean with only the necessary stuff (small size of my SSD forces me to keep that trend too)

    We al know that Fermi arcticture gains huge performance when overclocked and this seems good although a deeper look would suggest problems with the GF100 design in the first place :)


    Edit : opps! My System specs aren't updated
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    I dont see why an SSD would impact a GPU benchmark. It doesnt for 01, 03, 05, 06, Vantage... This isnt PCmark. ;)

    Agreed on the overclocks. But hell hitting 1k core + and it beating it out in mist games though, tells me its the tesselation, which ATI cards are noteably weaker in compared to nvidia is what sticks out in my mind.
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    HDD speed makes a difference in quite a few 3DMark products. RAID over single HDD can = 1000 points in 06, dependant on platform.

    Tesselation is also itneresting, if you own the bench, you can adjust/turn it off.

    When it comes to the physics benchmarks, Fermi's unified cache is going to have an impact as well.
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    I use an unlocked version of afterburner, search it at google. I used 1.35v on my bench, but it's unstable with atitool :(
    More voltage doesn't help at all.
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    Na you cant turn Tesselation off even if you own the copy. I tried in both Extreme and Performance mode. If you drop both Tesselation sliders to there lowest setting and run the program you end up with a 0 score. I like that feature, it keeps the cheaters away.
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    Updated my system specs :

    System Name: High End
    Processor: Core i7 920@4.25Ghz 1.3v
    Motherboard: Asus Rampage III Extreme
    Cooling: Noctua NH-D14
    Memory: 3x2GB OCZ DDR3 2000Mhz Blade 9-9-9-24-1N
    Video Card: VisionTek Radeon HD5870@1000/1300 (5200 GDDR5!)
    Hard Disk: OCZ Vertex 2 50GB + 3x1.0TB WD Black + 2.0TB WD Green + 1.0TB WD Green + 640GB WD Blue
    Optical Drive: Benq 1640 / Pioneer 111L / LiteOn 20A4P / Samsung 203B / NEC Optiarc 7200S
    CRT/LCD Model: Samsung 2494HS 24" 1920x1080p LCD Monitor
    Case: Gigabyte Aurora 3D 570 Case
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    Is it dangerous that I have to use 1.4 volts to get 1027??

    Max temp is like 75C...
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    Sounds about right for your high-leakage Asus card.
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    Don't forget that your OC is 41.7% / 19.4% For GPU / Memory while the highest OC with HD5870 is 22.3% / 11.2% ;)

    The bottom line is : HD5870 at stock clocks beats GTX470 at stock clocks in 3DMark 11 , the story with Unigine Heaven is over :)
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    Thank you! Story is over! :toast:
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    Very true about the stock clocks; however benching isn't about using stock clocks. It is about pushing your system to see how far she will go (at least it is for me):toast:
    Plus - that is the nice thing about the GTX 470 is it's ability to overclock so well:)
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    Agreed :)

    I was only talking about Tessellation-hurting-HD5800-more-than-GTX400 debate

    If you change anything in the settings , it won't give you a score, this is a fact (even with Vantage)

    PhysX Enabled and Disabled has no effect on the score whatsoever

    3DMark 11 uses Bullet Physics API (which is purely CPU dependent), not Ageia/nVIDIA PhysX
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    Make way for NdMk :D


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    I know theres room for an 800mhz+ core run on this beauty :D
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    Great info! I guess that's that!
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    Double post FTL :slap: what about my score man, surely that's more important than anything??? :eek: :roll:
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    Posting and moving around on a droid2 at this site seems harder than most for some reason.

    Nice score. Keep pushing. And make sure u set you nvcp to performance so it runs the bench as it wants!
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    It's a Droid, Droid suck lol! 1.8ghx processor! :shadedshu
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    Wondered where you where you were at Metal:)

    Nice score, but you shouldn't have to use that much voltage to reach 760. On the three EVGA GTX 470's I have owned they didn't require any voltage increase until about 790. I usually use 1.020 volts for 860/2000 and they are very stable.
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    Okay, okay enough.

    Stop.

    Really, stop. This isn't the thread for this.

    Get back to posting benchmarks.


    I'm under budget in the CPU department. :( Must... add... voltage!
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