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NVIDIA 7800GTX 512MB: New World Record in Futuremark

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  1. malware New Member

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    Here it comes as expected. Immediately after press releasing of the "new" NVIDIA 7800GTX 512MB graphic card people at VR-Zone owned the world record in Futuremark's 3DMark05. Default speeds of NVIDIA 512MB 7800GTX are 550Mhz Core and 1700Mhz Memory. Test system for the record is: DFI LAN Party UT NF4 SLI-DR Expert, 2x7800GTX 512MB cards clocked at 810/2000Mhz with homemade extreme cooling of below -90 degrees Celsius. The record is 18236 marks in 3D Mark 05 and the system is 100% CPU limited for bigger scores. More details at VR-Zone.

    Source: VR Forums
     
  2. Israar

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    By the bloody christ, that's some cooling and that's some tweaking!

    I wish I could do that and run my PC at speeds like those, I'd be crying playing my games at full pelt ;)

    --Lee
     
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    time to break out the FX-60 ESes :)
    ...assuming they don't have coldbug.
     
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    My GOD O LORD ! :eek:
     
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    that is nuts
     
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    I think the FX-57 will get a better score :)
    The FX-60 would have a lower score than the FX-57, dunno if 3dMark05 is optimized for dual core use, and a single core in the FX-60 is clocked at about 200 Mhz lower than the FX-57 core...
     
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    Man that's $1400 in graphics alone. Crazy sh!t.:twitch:
     
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    i doubt the FX-60 overclocks any worse though... You'll note their FX-57 (assuming) was at ~3800, and if the FX-60s don't coldbug (that would be a godsend) and/or if they overclocked higher for any other reason... That or some 4+ GHz FX-55 or Dothan powah.
     

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