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Is my p4000 working ok?

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Im wondering what kind of scores you guys think i should expect from a quadro p4000. I have a CAD rig, but I figure gaming benchmarks are worth a shot, just for stability and testing purposes to make sure Im getting what I paid for. I get 10658 in superposition. User bench puts it at 88.3%. Cinebench is right around 210.

part of the reason Im asking, is that I played with alot of voltages in my over clocking. and the VCCSA was to high on auto. but when i dropped it, cinebench also fell slightly from 220 to 207. I dont know, maybe thats normal variance. I think the card was liking the extra voltage. I've never been able to get that 220 again (only 211 on a really cool day in the office)

interested on your thoughts.
 
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Benching a workstation card on games is likely not a good way to judge its performance. First, its not made for games. Second, few people test those types of cards with gaming benchmarks.

I don't know the best way to test, but I am imagining this way isn't it.

SA voltage on the CPU has to do with the integrated memory controller on the CPU. Instability can cause lower scores and cinebench can score a couple % either way.
 
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Benching a workstation card on games is likely not a good way to judge its performance. First, its not made for games. Second, few people test those types of cards with gaming benchmarks.
also there is no geforce equivalent to compare it too from my quick googling. it sits between the 1280 shaders on a 1060 and the 2048 on a 1070 (1792 on the p4000)
 
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That is even tough... the drivers/how they work in games are gimped too I believe.
 
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That is even tough... the drivers/how they work in games are gimped too I believe.
If they did have a 1792 shader geforce it would have to be a 1060ti and even then the perf. Gap between it and 1060 would be too much and too little between a 1070 and a 1792 shader geforce, hence why it's only a quadro card... No place in pascal geforce hierarchy really
 
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OK so for s&g's anyone know the scores on a 1070. based on core count it should be slightly slower correct?

what would be a good way to test it? I ran specwpc over night to check stability and it was fine, but i dont really know how to compare those scores.
 
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Again, drivers... cannot compare Quadro to anything Geforce.

Its not a gaming card. I am sure you are seeing the results you are supposed to. Perhaps hunt results down on the web for your card? I don't know. Quadro isn't my thing.. sorry.
 
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I think the fact im in 4k makes the test numbers look a bit skewed. in 1080p off screen Im right with the other p4000s. actually slightly higher than most of them. probably from the cooling and cpu overclock. But in the texturing test, I killed them. 117638 to 59406. not sure why such a big discrepancy but everything else looks good. Im happy. Thanks for posting that link.