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I question the GPU core boost you've stated. But if it's not the 2037 shown in the screenshot, and you think it's 1633. Then 1633 it is. It just sounds kinda low to me...for a GTX 1070.
1633 is the default clock, going by what gpu z tells me. I think it's supposed to over clock, but I'm not entirely sure how that works out. (Maybe it was higher during the benchmark?) My CPU speed kinda changes constantly too... So I should say, it OCs up to 5.1 GHz
 

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Yeah...it should be higher. So you can either trust what Valley says it is during then benchmark. Or run GPU-Z in the background and see what it says. It'll record whatever the max boost clock is, so you can check it afterwards. Just click the GPU-Z Sensors tab right after Valley's done running and then click the down pointing v to the right of GPU Core Clock. Then check Show Highest Reading. It'll show you the max boost speed achieved since GPU-Z was opened. So don't open it until right before you run the benchmark. And be sure to check it before you run any other benchmarks, games, etc..
 
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Yeah...it should be higher. So you can either trust what Valley says it is during then benchmark. Or run GPU-Z in the background and see what it says. It'll record whatever the max boost clock is, so you can check it afterwards. Just click the GPU-Z Sensors tab right after Valley's done running and then click the down pointing v to the right of GPU Core Clock. Then check Show Highest Reading. It'll show you the max boost speed achieved since GPU-Z was opened. So don't open it until right before you run the benchmark. And be sure to check it before you run any other benchmarks, games, etc..
Thanks, I'll give that a try. Still a bit of a noob.

EDIT: Is this more of what you're looking for? Highest says 1999.5 MHz fort core clock and 2003.4 for memory clock
 

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Benchmark Scores Look, it's a Ryzen on air........ What's the point?
I can never figure out benchmarks like this. My 1080ti at 2050Mhz core and 5996Mhz (11992 effective) memory with Ryzen 1700X @3.9Ghz only gets 117fps and a score of 4895.

Tinkering is the art - not the hardware. I don't tinker.

EDIT: I'd speculate that Valley does not know Mr Ryzen very well.
 
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Benchmark Scores Faster than yours... I'd bet on it. :)
It's not a core whore, this benchmark...needs clockspeed..which ryzen, well, blows at since it can't really break 4.1ghz at max.

You also didn't mention the difference between the two setups, lol...
 

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Benchmark Scores Look, it's a Ryzen on air........ What's the point?
It's not a core whore, this benchmark...needs clockspeed..which ryzen, well, blows at since it can't really break 4.1ghz at max.

You also didn't mention the difference between the two setups, lol...

What differences? I've said this before running the 3930k where my clocks on CPU and gfx were higher than another bench yet they score higher....

I'm just saying the truth that benchmarks aren't just about hardware. It's about tinkering with other processes to eliminate any and all possible limiting factors.
 
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yesterday I did a Valley but good old "Image Resizer" is broken in Creators Update, so I had no fun... my screenies are always over the maximum size and editing in Paint makes them blurry and unfit to proof epeen here :D
 
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yesterday I did a Valley but good old "Image Resizer" is broken in Creators Update, so I had no fun... my screenies are always over the maximum size and editing in Paint makes them blurry and unfit to proof epeen here :D

irfan view is one of those rare things I use since dino age.
 

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People need to post the clock speeds for this thread to mean anything....
 
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Irfan... yeah. Re'mber it from the dark ages. But i prefered the right click and forget of Image Resizer.
 
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O.k. let's do this one more time(been done pretty much twice in this thread already). Now pay attention. I'm going to go through it step by step again, in thorough detail this time. This is for Windows 10. But most of it will apply to earlier OSs. You just have to adjust the method accordingly.
  1. Press F12 at the end of the benchmark when your score is shown to take a screenshot of it
  2. Then open File Explorer > This PC > C: (or whichever drive your OS is installed on) > Users > User Name > Valley > screenshots
  3. Find the screenshot with your high score in the screenshots folder(preview it by left clicking on it to be sure you've got the correct one, if there are many to choose from)
  4. Point to and right click on the screenshot with your high score > point to Open with > then point to and left click on Paint
  5. In Paint point to and left click on File > then point to Save as > then point to and left click on JPEG picture > then, after taking note of where the JPEG picture is going to be saved, point to and left click on Save
  6. You can now post the screenshot in this thread by using Upload a File at the bottom right of the page
  7. To do so point to and left click on Upload a File > then point to and left click on Browse > then point to and select(by left clicking on) the screenshot from wherever it was saved during step #5
  8. Now that you've uploaded the screenshot to TPU, insert it into your post by pointing to and left clicking on Thumbnail or Full Image(under the file name and Insert: )
  9. That's how easy this is to post a high quality FULL screenshot for this thread people :)
See.
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yesterday I did a Valley but good old "Image Resizer" is broken in Creators Update, so I had no fun... my screenies are always over the maximum size and editing in Paint makes them blurry and unfit to proof epeen here :D
Try paint.net? It's all I've used for almost a decade. Constantly improved, free, and vastly better than anything MS can do.
 
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