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UNIGINE-Valley BENCHMARK scores

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by purecain, May 8, 2013.

  1. renzkuken New Member

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    Haha so there is no way to add more voltage to it? I know with my 680 I could use art money pro for more volts.
     
  2. AlienDemigod

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    I'm not sure. I never used art money pro. careful not to fry your card. good luck
     
  3. renzkuken New Member

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    Damn....does anyone know on here whether my card is even voltage unlocked. Surely someone here has added more volts than max MSI afterburner slider allows.
     
  4. AlienDemigod

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    Whats the peak voltage you are able to reach with msi?
     
  5. renzkuken New Member

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    Not sure what it is but its only +100mv of stock.
     
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    You dont know?... Um.. thats not good.
    You don't know?.... always know your specs and limits man. cmon. Im just trying to help. Sapphire Trixx utility should allow more voltage but dont use msi and trixx, just use one or the other. Pay close attention to your volts, gpu temps, vrm temps, power limits, etc.
     
  7. renzkuken New Member

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    Does it really matter about voltage? I thought temperature was always the bottleneck? :/
     
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    It matters to me in my setup. Im not going to install trixx and max out all the sliders then look at the temps without knowing everything about what im doing. maybe I just like to be more careful. I have some preset numbers that I am targeting that I consider to be in a safe range and Im going to try and reach those numbers with the least amount of voltage and temps as possible.
     
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    Well I start low and slowly increase. I know I can handle voltage cause PC is watercooled.
     
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    Hey guys, i just bought a new pc and i'm wondering if this is a good result for a stock cfg.


    @ExtremeHD
    [​IMG]

    @Ultra custom
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  11. AlienDemigod

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    Looks like a decent score for stock. I have the same processor at 4.6 and a 780 ti. you can make a comparison with my score above.
     
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    Alright, I was able to increase my score by 162 points by just increasing my memory clocks 232 MHz. I am actually only a couple of points off from a GTX 770 it seems according to the list on the first page of this thread!

    Single GTX 670 Gigabyte Windforce @ 1306 Mhz core / 1753 MHz memory
    i7 2600K @ 4.8 GHz

    [​IMG]
     
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    This is the absolute best that I can get this card to perform. I am happy, because with my single gtx 670, the score is between two scores that two separate gtx 770s achieved!

    Single GTX 670 Gigabyte Windforce @ 1306 MHz core / 1851.5 MHz memory (stock cooler)
    i7 2600K @ 4.8 GHz

    [​IMG]
     
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    Unigine Valley Benchmark 1.0 Basic (Direct3D11)_2.jpg
     
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    So i did one again The benchmark with the right settings you can check it...

    If you want I can do it with the AA set at 8x
     
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    I wouldn't worry about doing it again on 8x, glad to see it's updated though.
     
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    New score with a little bit of oc.

    4790k@4,6
    780 DCU II@1100/1603

    [​IMG]
     
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    I5 4690K @ 4.4
    Asus 770 SLI @ 1201 core 7100 mem

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    I decided to use this benchmark to overclock my entire system.
    Stability tested using prime95 and running this benchmark in a continuous loop.
    System is:
    CPU: Intel i7 2600K @4400MHz (stock cooler)
    MOBO: Asus P8Z68v-LE @100MHz (turbo disabled)
    RAM: DDR3 G.Skill Ripjaws @2133MHz
    GPU: Evga GTX780 ACX SC GPU @1395MHz GDDR5@ 3315MHz

    The stock baseline for this system scored 3287
    I tried overclocking the CPU and RAM (via fsb bump) and only got the CPU to 4228MHz and RAM @2200MHz for a total gain over stock of 92 points while keeping RAM@2133, FSB@100 lets me OC the CPU to 4400MHz using the stock intel cooler. This gave me a total gain of 104 points.
    The GPU is overclocked to maximum long term stable frequencies.
    CPU OC 29%, GPU OC 62%, GDDR5 OC 10.5%

    [​IMG]
     
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    View attachment 58958
    First attempt at posting my benchmark. Sorry for my mistake, I'll post the "Valley" Benchmark instead. heaven_2014_09_05_12_11_33_389.jpg .
     
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    Ok, now this should be the right one.
    valley_2014_09_05_13_51_31_328.jpg
     
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    What is an average(decent) score for a 290 stock?
     
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    i'll update the leader board soon... we should have some x99 based pc's on here. including my own when I get round to it...

    should be very interesting to see if and how much improvement there is...
     
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    What is an average score for a single 290 and in xfire?
     

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