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Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Jan 21, 2012.

  1. The Von Matrices

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    Lol, I have two of the worst cards of the bunch. It could explain my really high power consumption.

    GTX 470 #1: 50.6%
    GTX 470 #2: 58.0%

    I guess NVidia really needed to sell the worst chips when they created the 470.
     
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    GTX 470 with an ASIC quality of 36.6% (currently the lowest in this thread I believe), clocks to 810/1900 at 1.075V.

    GPU-Z 0.5.8 seems to be reading my pixel fill rate wrong - 5.5 reads it fine.

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    When did you buy your 470? I bought my 36.9% in June 2010.

    I've gone over my quota of explaining the fill rate thing, so I will let someone else do that.
     
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    The lower score was introduced in a prior version and is supposedly a more accurate reading, but I've heard that fermi's fill rate is actually variable once you enable AA.
     
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  5. The Von Matrices

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    I bought my 470's in April of 2010, just after they were released. The 58.0% one is a MSI rebranded one built by NVidia while the 50.6% one is built by MSI.
     
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    I bought mine around October 2010, getting 85-90C with MSI Kombustor at 60% fan speed with an ambient of 23C.
     
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    Pretty crappy lol :slap:
     

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    Thanks I was thinking it was sort of a "wear level" measure :)
     
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    ASIC Quality 63.7%. For a premium GTX580, I believe that is somewhat low, no ?
     
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    Just ran the test on my 560 Ti Twin Frozr II/OC: 100.6%!

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    I'm flattered, but I feel like the calculations might need some tweaking.

    As a side note, I haven't pushed the limits of the card (or felt the need to), but the stock VID is 0.987 V.
     
  11. v12dock

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    Support for the 6XXX would be awesome. I would interesting to see how the 6950 vs 6970 compare and why you can unlock some 6950s
     
  12. Dj-ElectriC

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    75.7% for Gigabyte's GTX570 SuperDuperOverclock :D (SOC)
    732@845@955 core
     
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    what volts do you need for that??
     
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    My Asus GTX 580 Direct CU II is 68.6%, and it will not OC past 885MHz core (not 24 hours stable anyway).

    I don't think Asus cherry picks the GPUs for this card, it's just good at cooling.

    Bit disappointing to have the confirmation like...

    :(
     
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    @ W1zzard :respect:

    I cant find any good Info about what ASIC actually is..and how i need to refeer to it. Also less% means higher leakage and mroe % means less? is that right?

    Heres a screen of my mighty GTX460 :):nutkick:

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    I really would appreciate more Info about this ASIC thing..

    Thank u very much Wizz....looking forward to it :)

    Greetz, AK_ViruS aka (BetA@Guru3D and RigMods.com)
     
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    Asus 560 Ti - 113%

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    hmm, I could do 900MHz core @ 1075mV. Currently running @ 850MHz while undervolted. The chip won't run past the 900 no matter how much Volts I add though :(

    It's funny though that this same card had an impressive OC of 1.5GHz!!
     
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    so is this the chips binned across the entire gpu series because i tried a 4 cards

    GTX460 768 40%
    GTX460 41.1%
    GTX470 59.5%
    GTX580 98.2%
     
  20. Tatty_One

    Tatty_One Bullet Dodging Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    You could be restricted by the shaders..... I assume you have tried unlinking them from the GPU speed? Assuming of course you still can with the 580.
     
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    fermi has linked shader & core; not possible to unlink it
     
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    1.1v, Cant argue with GPU gauntlet
     
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    Ha yeah with LN2, and still probably a lucky one. Should have got a Twin Frozr :(
     
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    Why new version use crappy MS Sans again instead of Tahoma in 0.5.7?
     
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    hmm unchanged for me
     
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