Discussion in 'General Software' started by natr0n, Feb 4, 2013.
I really need a new cpu/mobo to get scoring bigger points!!
SIGSEGv 182024 25455 6662 GTX680 i7-3770K 1137/1207Mhz + 1502Mhz 4.7GHz
Driver : 310.90
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i'm so sorry, i'm just copying from previous poster.
My score for the first two tests is really low, but the 3rd one seems OK... I don't understand, can anyone help?
15th Warlock|45477|31966|14301|2xGTX Titan 6GB|i7 3930K|1019/1502|4802 MHz
... Dont know whether to congratulate or scratch head. 2 Titans in sli only score two hundred points above dual 7970's (clocked up past 1200 mind).
I keep getting reasons not to buy one..... Can you overclock yours more to see what it can do at absolute maximum?
I'm pretty sure something's messed up with my scores, did you notice the first two scores? They are much lower than anything else in the table, the third one looks kinda OK compared to other systems (highest score so far it seems?) but considering the other two low scores I'm not even sure that score is alright... Something's fishy, I'm using release driver 314.09 btw.
Will try installing other bench programs, I have my son with me today, and just had the chance to run this program once
Anyone has any idea what could be wrong?
You can't have infinite points
No, seriously, SLI issue?
Thanks, I thought that too, it's either that or a driver issue, will try other benchies tonight, has anybody else tried 314.09?
Another thing I noticed is both first benchmarks hit a 305 FPS hard limit for most of their runs... I thought that was kinda strange.
Weird thing is both Crysis 3 and new dawn run much better than with my 680s, anyways, will try Vantage, and '11 to see how it goes, thanks
Try running w/out SLI enabled to see what one card does.
If you can use Afterburner to see what GPU usage you get during your runs w/out and w/ SLI it would help us to determine how well the bench is utilizing the GPU(s).
I haven't used EVGA Precision in a while so I am not sure if it has something similar.
I personally do not care about the first two scores as Fire Strike is the one that really pushes high-end systems. I would also say that Nvidia needs to release some new drivers for those amazing cards
Thank you, I'll try and disable SLI, just ran 3DMark11 and got 22872, I believe that's faster and the fastest triple 7970 setup in the table, so I really don't know what's going in with the 2013 version, guess I'll try disabling one of my cards like you guys propose
Don't forget to use an app to track GPU usage while running the test. You have enough screen room
I just checked, both GPUs are hovering at 15~20% for the first two tests, and around 90% for the third one, something's definitely broken in this benchmark, I think it doesn't like Titan even with OCing I'm still hitting a hard 305 FPS limit for both the first benches...
n0tiert|115611|19339|6297|Radeon HD 7950|AMD FX-8350|1000/1375|4,400 MHz
MetalRacer| 0 | 0 |10516|GTX Titan|Intel Core i7-3930K|1048/1722|4500 MHz
Thanks for posting your score
Can I ask you a question? Did you have any issues running the first two tests on your Titan? I'm having some issues with those tests, please let me know about your experience, thank you
I didn't run the whole test with a single card but SLI seems ok.
MetalRacer|183060 |36580 |14483|GTX Titan|Intel Core i7-3930K|928/1502|4500 MHz
15th Warlock|0 |0 |15405|SLI GTX Titan|Intel Core i7-3930K|1137/1543|5000MHz
Thanks for your post and running the benchmark, appreciate you taking the time to run the full benchmark, at least I know the score that matters is in the same ballpark as yours, not gonna waste time on the previous two benchmarks anymore
Locksmith 133708 20383 7507 Radeon HD 7970 Intel Core i7-950 1100/1500 3,800MHz
Let me know if data looks correct.
bpgt64|n/a|n/a|10378 | Geforce Titan | Intel Core i7-3930k | 1200/1500| 4,400MHz
3930k i7 at 4.4ghz
EVGA Geforce Titan at 1200mhz core clock/5000mhz mem
ChristTheGreat | 127208 | 18670 | 6067 | HD7950 | i5 2500k | 960/1250 | 4700mhz
Durvelle27 | | | | | |
Maxed on my Samsung Galaxy S II
Anyone else find it weird that this bench favors AMD's cards so much that the Titan barely beats the 7970?
That seems like a bit of a fail on Futuremark's part if the goal is to represent gaming performance...
Speaking from experience...
My 2 7970's got a pretty decent score in crossfire but the experience wasn't smooth. The final Firestrike test was awful, despite it getting a high score.
My single Titan performed the same test with lower fps but was a hell of a lot smoother. I think 3DMark (2013) is optimised for absolute raw speed but it lacks finesse.
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