Discussion in 'General Software' started by Asylum, Dec 8, 2009.
my last non physx run... that i forgot to post... was a hair over 42k.. no jokes.
Nice Sneeky You almost broke 40,000
What voltage did you use?
IIRC it was 1.050, the rest doesnt seem to help the cores or memory
Yeah I have noticed that too. With the 257.15 drivers I found issues (instability) going above 1.050. With the diver before the 257.15 (can't remember which one), I was able to go up to 1.080.
I seem to get a higher score though with the 257.15 - at a lower overclock
It will go up and they run just fine, although a little warmer, but the volts dont help anymore so I backed it off.
MoogDiesel|2XSapphire 4860|900/975|14641|555BE @ 3.9Ghz(Unlocked Quad)
Not bad for $50 4860s imo and a OEM $80 555BE
This is my first post on these forums and I was inspired to dust off the old benchmark part of my brain. Good times, but I fear now I will have to.....spend more money.
first time i have EVER seen 4860's
My non extreme clocks of 900/975 locked the cards up during an extreme bench. Doesn't help it's not the coolest in the room.
MoogDiesel|2XSapphire 4860|875/950|7744|555BE @ 3.9Ghz(Unlocked Quad)
jlewis02|XFX 5850 BE|980/1200|18165|Q9550@4Ghz
rmspower|EVGA GTX275|730/1305/1605|15636|C2D E8400@4.0 GHz
SabreWulf69|EVGA GTX285|726/1280/1660|16464|C2D E8400@4.3GHz
About as much as I'm gonna get on complete air cooling alone and the last time I'll post until I get something drastically new not just a diff OC or new GCard drivers...
2DividedbyZero|Sapphire HD5970|900/1250|33123|i7 980X@4.2GHz
rmspower|EVGA GTX275|750/1312/1610|15965|C2D E8400@4.0 GHz
FilipM|ASUS HD 5870|965/1265|21149|I7 920@3990MHz
My 24/7 settings
mastrdrver | XFX HD4650 | 700/550 | P2849 | Phenom II X4 955 3.485 Ghz
MetalRacer|Asus HD5850 xFire|950/1300|33379|i7 980X@4522MHz
With PhysX at same settings:
Please repost your screenshot without all those annoying images in the way
Are you serious? I will if they bother you that much
TotalChaos | Asus 5850 | 950/1150 | 18030 | PII X6 1055T @ 3.5 GHz
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