Discussion in 'General Software' started by natr0n, Feb 4, 2013.
hwbot submissions! and I was told too do a run for LOLz ^^
Kind of why I dislike hwbot crap. Things that matter are disabled, wtf is the point. The numbers mean nearly nothing afterwards.
It's like running a race. The feet/miles/kilometers you walk/run mean nothing afterwards in terms of destination. It's playing a game with your computer hardware instead of playing games on your computer hardware.
and tbh its not unfair if everyone uses the same tactics.
to me cheating and making it unfair would LOD hacks, system hack etc.
Firestrike score seam to be all over the place with different PCs. Confusing
speaking of hwbot
blatent plug for the techpowerup hwbot team.
if you are benching anyway we would love it if you could join the team and submit your scores on their too
you never know maybe someone in the bench team might be able to help you get a few more points too
as for your point 216 its just what hwbot is all about, getting the very best scores you can. beit by disabling features or tweaking the driver/os in other ways too.
best score is still the best score you know
Rangerjr1|Fire Strike score 9408 |7970|3930k|1340/1850|5GHz.
Put in Single GPU boards please!
Fire Strike only
the54thvoid | X | X | 11101 | GTX TITAN | i7 3930K | 1202/1752 | 4.4GHz
This is on svl7's modded bios and 1.212v
My 3930k needs a lot of volts for stability. I'm sure i could get it to 4.7 or 4.8 but it'd be on about 1.45+ which i'm not too happy with.
HammerON|X|X|9796|GTX 780|Intel Core i7 4770K|1163/1721|4,700 MHz
| X | X | 7998 | HD 7950 | FX 8350| 1255/1755 | 5.3GHz
| 203592 | 31466 | 10538 | GTX 780 | 4770K| 1320/1602 | 4.9GHz
Nice run EarthDog
Nice clocks on the 780 and 4770K!!!
What cooling is the 780 and 4770K utilizing?
Jesus, that is a beast of a 780!
780 is stock (lightning)
4770k is under water (pa 120.2 and mcr320)
Hammer, got your pm... Let me wake up, get to the office and reply.
How far can you push the voltage on the Lightning? The reviews I'm seeing have some topping out at only 1.187v. I'm pretty sure that thing will fly at 'modified' voltages.
+100mv (.1v) to 1.25v. However, as you can see in the screenshots, there is a power limit issue. I am hitting the 300% limit with just 1.21v (1.16v stock + 50mv) at those clocks. There should be more left in the tank on the core. Not sure on the Elpida memory though...
It's got a dual bios switch - you ought to flash it. OCN has a lot of good info on GK110 flashing.
Thanks for the advice, but been there done that since before it was released (have had my review done for weeks...). MSI needs to fix the bios I have, that the public will have. This is a problem on their side with the LN2 bios and excessive power use (not actual power use as the killawatt doesnt show a change, but what MSI AB reads, which causes it to show such high power use and throttle).
Im guessing those reviews didnt bother to use the LN2 bios to overclock.. A LOT of review that have been published already really missed some things with this card...I dont think anyone used the LN2 bios to overclock. I havent been on the 'default' (non LN2) bios in weeks, but IIRC, it gave you +37mv which should be in the area of 1.19-1.20v if stock voltage is 1.16 like mine.
HammerON | X|X|15865| MSI GTX 780 SLI | Intel i7-4770K | 1150/1674 | 4,700 MHz
what vrin and ring are you running to keep it stable there dude?
Id guess stock. I don't have to change any of that for 5.1Ghz...I can't imagine he would have to change anything for 4.6GHz.
Yep - stock
How are you liking the 780s compared to the 7970s you had?
Nice score, btw.
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