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New card new score :)

6700K @ stock 4.00Ghz
EVGA 980ti Classified @ stock boost 1392/1753Mhz (in valley shows 1582Mhz on gpu???)

 
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i5-7600K @ 5.0GHz + GTX1070 @ 2062/8900 = 4168
 

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Ran this on an older screen, hence the weird resolution.


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i7 5820K @ 4.5GHz DDR4 16GB @ 3200MHz

MSI GTX 1080 Ti @ 2050/1500 Core Clock -MEM Clock = 6145






 
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Same weird screen as my post #305 hence the weird resolution.
I replaced the Gigabyte 8GB RX480 G1-Gaming pair with another pair of GPUs.
The new cards are also Gigabyte G1-Gaming 8GB cards, but these are GTX-1070s with a much better score.
They also run cooler than the Rx480s do.

https://www.techpowerup.com/forums/attachments/1700x-score-jpg.89192/


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I got Ryzen 1600 and X370 motherboard as temporary placeholders until Threadripper comes out :)

Here's score on my 1080p monitor:

 
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I got Ryzen 1600 and X370 motherboard as temporary placeholders until Threadripper comes out :)

Here's score on my 1080p monitor:

Nice score! I'm going to put that on the list with the clocks shown in the screenshot. R5-1600 @ 3.7GHz + GTX 1080 Ti @ 2025/1251. If those aren't correct you need to let me know what the actual clocks are.
 

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Nice score! I'm going to put that on the list with the clocks shown in the screenshot. R5-1600 @ 3.7GHz + GTX 1080 Ti @ 2025/1251. If those aren't correct you need to let me know what the actual clocks are.

Hey, thanks!

I got a tiny bit higher score during the second run. I didn't change anything on my system compared to the first benchmark.

Graphics card is Gigabyte 1080 Ti Aorus, with OC mode selected within Aorus software. I haven't OC it manually.
I provided now my GPU-Z as well, so you can see GPU/mem clocks. Seems that mem was higher clocked during 2nd run for some reason.

The R5-1600 is @ 3.7GHz, that is correct. Overclocked using stock Wraith cooler @1.25V.
Temperatures are not exceeding 72° C under stress testing and it's around 45-ish° C when idle.

Unfortunately I still can't reach 3200MHz on my DDR4 - Ryzen loves faster memory. BIOS updates should sort it out.
Before the latest update, I was unable to post with RAM above 2133MHz. After the update, it's working @ 2800MHz.

I believe that I might get the score quite near or slightly above 5K using Valley bench if I manage to use RAM at 3200. Valley score difference between the 2133 and 2800MHz DDR4 was about 440.


 
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What, how is that possible. I mean my old system is still on the top 10 list for multi GPU after all this time?

Any way time to join the single GPU as well.

Well new old system + brand new GPU means a new score.

i7 980X @ 4.67 GHz + EVGA GTX 1080 TI 2050/1526 = 5623



 

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Very nice @ post above!

I wanted to add a new score with measly 100MHz OC on R5-1600. That's the most I would go at the moment when using stock air cooler, considering thermals within reasonable margins. Nothing else was changed.

I play games at 4K, so I'm not at the moment bothered too much with the score as 1080p is CPU bound territory. Can't wait to get the Threadripper, as I need a beastly workstation CPU. :)

 
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Very nice @ post above!

I wanted to add a new score with measly 100MHz OC on R5-1600. That's the most I would go at the moment when using stock air cooler, considering thermals within reasonable margins. Nothing else was changed.

I play games at 4K, so I'm not at the moment bothered too much with the score as 1080p is CPU bound territory. Can't wait to get the Threadripper, as I need a beastly workstation CPU. :)

thanks.

You cut try and cramp up clocks on gpu and vram and see if that maybe help a bit to up the score. But CPU clocks does also have a lot to say in this benchmark.
 
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What, how is that possible. I mean my old system is still on the top 10 list for multi GPU after all this time?

Any way time to join the single GPU as well.

Well new old system + brand new GPU means a new score.

i7 980X @ 4.67 GHz + EVGA GTX 1080 TI 2050/1526 = 5623



That i7 980x is still a beast even after all these years. And when you OC it and then pair it with that 1080 ti you're gonna be getting really great scores. Especially at 1080p.
 
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That i7 980x is still a beast even after all these years. And when you OC it and then pair it with that 1080 ti you're gonna be getting really great scores. Especially at 1080p.
Jep good old X58 is still no slug. To be honest i exspected more bottleneck than i got here because while heaven is not so cpu needy valley is and i where a bit scare of how much will PCIe 2 hold this card back. turns out not much if any. All benchmarks shows an inprovement so far from GTX 970 sli to GTX 1080 TI. Games also benefitted from it. specially with optimized multithread games. I have a bunch of benchmark proving it, but will not post it here, since that will be off topic.

The most fun thing is while my old I7 920 hold my GTX 970 SLI back a bit, with the I7 980X it whas the 970 sli that holds back my CPU.

And even my old setup I7 920 setup is still on the top 10 for multi GPU.

X58 has truly been a great invest ment back then. Ass the system is now i can go for 2 more years on X58.
 
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I think the top 10 single gpu group should be renamed the '1080 posse'
 
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R5 1600 @ 3.8GHz + GTX 1070 @ 2025/2202 = 4013
(yeah i know valley shows gpu clock @ 2062, but thats was only for a few seconds at the start, 99% of the test it ran @ 2025mhz, but if that's a problem then you can add it as 2062mhz)

 
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If i set 2xAA i got 44.1 FPS witch is quite decent for a 5 year old gpu.

Interesting thing wast if i turned of Motion blur i lost 1fps :confused:
 

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I think the top 10 single gpu group should be renamed the '1080 posse'
Until someone comes through here with a Titan, that list will probably be 1080s for a while, unless the newest AMD GPU can score highly. I'm curious to see how those run, though I was definitely hoping for more out of them.
 

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for my cores anything above 2037 is unstable and also weirdlly for memory i can not push above 400+ for full stability :eek::( i have tested manytimes and i dont know how is this possible that on a limited MONSTER card like LIGHTNING Z you get 60+/400+ :|
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