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HD 7950/7970 (Owners) Post Your 3DMark 11 Scores

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  1. d1nky

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    durvelle!

    lol you have a 7970 on a waterblock!!!!! stop kicking me down man, I have a 7950 on air

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    all joking aside, the newer drivers aren't that great for points on 3d11, I liked my old 13.2 beta 4s from xmas time, I know someone that rapes the 13.6... the new ones are all graphical prettiness!
     
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    :rockout: :cool: :roll::roll::roll:

    i might try 13.4
     
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    13.4b2 are good ones :)
     
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    that would look nice with a TPU watermark :p
     
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    cpu was only one on cold card was just on regular water :p

    just ran this XD

    [​IMG]

    okay had to beat your 14.4K :roll::toast:

    [​IMG]
     
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    My CPU (Ivybridge, note) was on water, GPU was on stock air... :p
     
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    Lol whatever makes you sleep at night

    card runs 1300 in the jet engine ref cooler XD

    so are you getting bf4?
     
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    LOL, that did let me nap. hahahaah!

    I will be getting BF4. Absolutely.
     
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    1.3v core 1.7v mem in AB core has a bad vdroop ref cards do :(

    I haven't played bf3 in a while don't know if I wanna start playing since I quit ocing for the bot lol
     
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    I need 1.3v/1.631v
     
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    didn't get the memo early about the tessalation tweak :D

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    that HD7950 clock is not game stable ( far cry 3 ) but what the heck almost 10k and I got nothing more to squeeze :D
     
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    how? please explain
     
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    instability causes error corrections, which leads to less points.

    a 4.8ghz 8350 should be scoring more than that on physics, a lot more. Or your ram is butt ugly slow and the system is incredibly un tweaked, but even that wont cause a poor physics performance.

    4.8ghz should be around 8k physics


    ive just seen youre running a single ram module, half the bandwidth will lose points as well.
     
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    Try a lower clock and see if score improves, simple as that!
     
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    Here is my recent attempt. No tessellation tricks..
    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/7166561

    1100/1420 oc @ 1.23v
    I had the memory at 1500 and the core at 1070 and was getting 8600+ scores. Trying to push my core now and back off on the memory to see how it does. The memory gets really unstable at 1500+
     
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    sounds like elpida ram, itll cause all sorts of problems beyond that speed and might be worth keeping it just under 1500mhz

    take that core as high as you can tho
     
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    graphics sore seems very low

    This is my HD 7870 @1200/1450

    Graphics Score: 8626 <----


    HD 7950 @1100/1420

    Graphics Score: 8732 <---- Should be much higher
     
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    Did you run with tessellation off his isn't off
     
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    a 7950 at around 1100mhz on core should be going 9k + or even in the 10k area on gfx
     

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