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UNIGINE-Valley BENCHMARK scores

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

  1. khemist

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    I had my memory at 7516 on my run over at OCN. :)
     
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    These Samsung GDDR5 chips are insane
     
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    Is there any fear with overclocking the memory so high or will you clearly see artifacts to warn you long before any damage is done?
     
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    I began seeing artifacts at +813 or smth, tried +830 just for lulz and it was an outright crash.

    Funny thing that with this kind of overclocks my waterblocks become warm to the touch :roll:
     
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    You see an artifact you crank it down. Not much more to it than that. And I'm not sure it has anything to do with samsung chips. I think it's PCB and memory controller. My Hynix go up to 7450, and I've seen them on my model going up to 7710mhz :eek:.
     
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    I don't get artifacts like you normally would, just a crash if i go too high.
     
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    Agreed, it's not like you are pumping additional voltage to the memory.
     
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    This is the only benchmark or game where I get artifacts at 1275mhz core. I have to turn down to 1240 and no higher for zero artifacts.
     
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    Yeah it's very good for testing stability, especially when ran on ExtremeHD preset.

    When a frequency is not stable I get a crash before the third scene of the bench.
     
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    Weird. I find this to be really relaxed for stability testing. Heaven 4.0 crashes for me a good bit sooner.
     
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    im finding the same results, for getting a good idea of stability from this bench...
     
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    1215core/7532 memory also CPU @ 5,00 Ghz

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    Dat max fps lol

    Also don't know what sorcery Metalracer used to get that 101 fps :p
     
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    Little better - 2500k @ 5.0 Titan @ 1215/7488

    Flashed bios so i get constant same speeds @ 1.21v.

    Wrong pic, need to run again.
     
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    Which Bios? And have you seen the Tech Inferno one? Removes boost algorithm...
     
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    I use that one, much much better than having clock fluctuating.

    Didn't help with Core overclock but helped with throttling when going over 500 with memory
     
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    Aye, using that one.

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    2500k @ 5.0 Titan @ 1215/7516
     
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    100 is much better than 99.9, that score was bothering me lol

    probably cause I'm a bit ocd :roll:
     
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    ok here is mine......:cry: :cry: :cry: :ohwell:

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    2500k @ 5.0 Titan @ 1236/7508 - Jumped 1 place. :)
     
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    My new memory modules just arrived ))

    CFX scaling is bad in some parts of the benchmark, I think it may be cpu related?
     

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    You are their only until I get my system up and running with two GTX 690. ;) I am water cooling the CPU and the mosfets and both cards. Will be up and running next week I hope Monday. :)
     
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    Sweet!, but i only like to compare my card against people with the similar cards.
     
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    I still have to figure out how Metalracer got that score with such a low core speed, i'm puzzled o.o
     
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    It is a strange one for sure.
     
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    just seen an ad for the GTX780... I think theres some price gouging going on in the uk... the prices on the older cards should be much cheaper by now... surely...
     

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