Discussion in 'General Software' started by AthlonX2, Dec 6, 2010.
in my first post there is a screenshot. I quoted the post its back a few pages. post number 383
Here's my score of 6322 for a single GPU setup.
Moshpit | GTX 580 | 868/1026 | P6322 | i7 email@example.comGhz
CPUz unfortunately is showing my Speedstep clocks for CPU, 3Dmark 11 results show correct CPU clock though.
opethian | Sparkle GTX460 | 905/1810/1075 | P4241 | Intel core i7 920@ 4.2GHz DDR3 @ 1600MHz CL6 | Windows 7
if the format is wrong or i have posted SS not as per req plz leme know!!!
MetalRacer|Asus 5970|975/1260|P8924|i7 980x @ 4412MHz
MetalRacer|Asus 5970|993/1260|P9034|i7 980x @ 4412MHz
Updated thanks for the scores!
MetalRacer|Asus 5970|1000/1261|P9108|i7 980x @ 4522MHz
Have to be the same gpu family. So 57xx with 57xx and 58xx with 58xx and 5970.
im running 2.0.0 and cant unlock the voltage even with the option enabled
edit: just got the 2.1.0 beta 5's and still cant touch voltage or go any higher
XFX HD-587X-ZNFC Radeon HD 5870 1GB 256-bit DDR5 P...
Editting the config i found
EnableUnofficialOverclocking = 0 -- Changing this too 1 lets me OC more.
UnlockVoltageControl = 0
UnlockVoltageMonitoring = 0 -- Editting either of these too 1 has no effect on the ability to change voltages.
10.11's. im not that concerned as the card runs great stock and im only benching as im bored.
If you look under settings you should find those two there and check both of them and then ok. You'll have to close and restart the program but I've got three of those cards and they all work with AB and being able to change the voltage.
edit: Almost forgot, you don't have the overclocking enabled in catalyst do you? That could be causing a problem too.
their both set to 1 and overdrive is disabled, still cant touch my voltage .
its off, still no change. Im not that worried, im on the chart so im happy haha. back to cod
I just got lower than stock results after running cpu at 3.64 ghz and gpu at 1ghz core D:
do I need volts or do you think I should look at ram ? ( it was running at 1060 5-5-5-15 during the test for some reason)
your most likely unstable.check your voltages and add accordingly.Might wanna make sure your NB is @ 2600 at least
Are rick and HD4870 beating me due to their i7 procs? Great scores you two
Maybe I should labor taking my system out to the garage with the low being 0 tonight :shadedshun:
Athlon don't add mine, no need to track all the slower scores. I am putting mine up because it is a good example of the fact this 3dmark is NOT very cpu dependent. This is just a little old dual core.
The cpu is at 3.84mhz not 2.88 that is the idle speed. The g-card at 940/1275.
HD4870|HD5870|1069/1357|P5379|Core i7 firstname.lastname@example.orgGhz
I will post HD6970 Scores as soon as it gets into my hands
Maybe , but 3DMark 11 is less CPU dependant than any other piece of benchmarking software out there
My Core i7 920 is from a very good batch though (384)
Rick : Thank you very much for the challenge , it makes me feel young again
I would argue that point for the fact that my base score is only 5700-ish, but OC'ing the GPU got me 300 points and up to 6K, OC'ing the CPU got me another 300 points, putting me at 6300-ish instead. Seems overclocking each netted me equal amounts for each one.
Comparing against different systems makes it look very independent of the CPU, but comparing with the same CPU shows scaling by clock speed increases that are outside of the margin of error.
thats almost identical to my score
cadaveca|HD5870|995/1400|P5071|Core i5 email@example.comGhz
A new score for Asus GTX580 :
HD4870|GTX580|940/1125|P7231|Core i7 firstname.lastname@example.orgGhz
HD4870|GTX580|940/1125|X2537|Core i7 email@example.comGhz
HD4870|HD6970|xxxx/xxxx|Pxxxx|Core i7 firstname.lastname@example.orgGhz
HD4870|HD6970|xxxx/xxxx|Xxxxx|Core i7 email@example.comGhz
Edit : How can I change my membership name ?
Separate names with a comma.