Discussion in 'General Software' started by natr0n, Feb 4, 2013.
HammerON| | |9217|MSI GTX 780|Intel i7 4770K|1124/3005|4,400 MHz
Alright, here's a direct link to my score: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/791018 . Scores might be slightly lowered by a 2nd monitor being present and not disabled, but it shouldn't have had that much of an effect.
And in the proper format:
GeForce 9800 GTX+
Core 2 Quad Q6600
740 MHz\1100 MHz
HammerON| | |14929|lGeForce GTX 780 x2|Intel i7-4770K|1124/3005|4,700 MHz
I need to buy a new processor to overclock and benchmark with. This i5 requires too much juice for 4.4 :shadedshu
What do your 780's boost to? Max I can get on mine is 1200 core on boosted 1.2v with 7Ghz effective memory clock.
I assume you get a better core clock with the memory on stock?
HammerON| | |9282|lGeForce GTX 780|Intel i7-4770K|1124/3005|4,700 MHz
what percentage of an overclock is that on the graphics roughly?
Default clock is 863, hes added 170, so thats around 19% OC?
I managed 187 added to the core, so 21%, plus 247 to memory, around 16% OC on the memory (1502 to 1750)
Boost of course comes into account, so from my 1050 core with that overclock, it boosts to 1200 core.
Those clocks get a benchmark verification, but i dont use them for 24/7 clocks. I take off 25mhz for 24/7 clocks @ 1175 core boosted, but memory stays at 7Ghz.
i just wondered because i can get mine to do 9k sometimes in firestrike and know of 7970 doing a lot more. thats why i asked percentage as these 79** are a lot lot more higher in percentage overclocks.
but its only synthetic i suppose.
Given how much of a battering the Titan has had since the GTX780 release I thought I'd re-run my bench for 3DMark13. (Incidentally done on those 'terrible' 320.xx drivers)
the54thvoid|10773|Geforce GTX Titan|Intel i7 3930k|1136/3408|4.4GHz
the actual overclock on the Titan core was maxed at 1150 but the power limit kicked in frequently to bring it down to 1136 for most of the run.
The actual graphics score was 11938.
I would be quite interested to see a 7970 + i5 3570k get 9.2k in firestrike, just to see if it is as capable as a 780 in terms of synthetics.
I'm only 1k behind in terms of graphics score!
im talking graphics scores.
all the 7970s and 7950 i know are paired with fx8350s and clocking up to about 1300/1800+ i know one 7970 that can do it on air lol
heres my highest logged graphics with a shit cpu http://www.3dmark.com/fs/345004
ill ask my acquintance to post me his 7970 run, i swear it was near 10k graphics
EDIT: i got to get back to work, too busy typing and eating mcdonalds lol
As it should be!
I still may get a 780 if they release one with voltage adjustment beyond the Nvidia limit (i.e. EVGA Classified) but I'm not so sure they will. Until then, I'm still a happy Titan chappy.
If I had a Titan I'd be pretty damn happy too. Moreso if there was voltage unlock, sadly the 780's are held back by voltage a great deal.
I might try and score a second 3570k to delid and overclock, to see if it requires less voltage, or can at least net 4.6ghz on 1.32 instead of this meager 4.4. Not to mention temps are at 73 on prime95, because of this stupid voltage. Huge amounts of vdroop too. Not sure i like this GD65 board for OC'ing at all...
to prove i dont lie..... too much lol
Are you running your 780s on water or? only the 4770k? I remember seeing a picture of your rig and your 780s were on the stock reference cooler. Im surprised you have the fan speeds on them up around 80-90% haha. Seems like the cards run a hell of a lot cooler though compared to about 60% like I have mine under load.
Only the CPU is water cooled right now. I like to turn the fans up on the GPU's (they are not that loud) when benching. They will go under water soon though
MxPhenom 216|164533 |20290 |8760 | GTX780 | 2500k | 1137/3005 | 4500mhz
Nice run. How were your GPU temps?
About 62c im pretty sure at 85% fan.
Going to try and clock my 2500k tonight to 4.7. See if I can get closer to your score in Fire strike.
that would make a lot of difference getting pass the 9k physics if ya can.
would benefit the combined as well leading to great gain in overall scoring!
good luck man!
well clocking to 4.7 failed last night got it to run stable in Prime for 2 hours till.it blue screened. need more Vcore but I was already at 1.42
ya dont need to be fully stable for a bench or two. i usually use small FFTs or some lower form of a stress test to guage if it will last the bench - 5mins or about.
sometimes i dont even do that, and find the best cpunb/ht/ram ratio and keep upping the cpu multi until points/fps start dipping on the bench test.
anything that lasts 2hours on prime will bench pretty damn good tbh! and your ram is more than adequate for the task.
just my thoughts.
well I want to run this 24/7 too till I go to Haswell
So decided to just take it to 4.7 and go to the benchmark.
Score from yesterday before the 4.7ghz run.
With the 4.7ghz. Barely that much of a different in overall ~100 pts increase.
If I could boot with 4.9 or 5.0GHZ and run the bench. I could probably hit a 9k physics score.
EDIT: Got 4.9 to work. 200pts away from 9000 physics score. NEED MOAR THREADS!
Yes, it's such a shame these boards are held by the hard ceiling imposed by Nvidia in terms of voltage adjustments, I guess they decided to do that after so many 590s fried due to poor overvoltage protection
Nice score mate! And I see you got to 4.7GHz, awesome!
I also heard you are upgrading to an Asus board, you're not gonna regret it, ROG board are the best around and I expect you can push your little CPU even more once you get your new board
I haven't tried this bench since I migrated to Haswell, but since it's not as heavily dependant on CPU performance as Valley, I don't think my score will be much different than when I used SB-E.
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