Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by Durvelle27, Sep 8, 2013.
290x @ 1240/1600 with stock bios on Trixx. i7-3770K @ 5GHz 24/7.
3770K @ 5GHz 24/7
what you using to cool nitrogen ?
it is not that hard under water or even with a top class air cooler like a Thermalright Silver Arrow SB-E (and the extreme version of it)
plus its a 3770 luckily it's not a 4770
Not going to lie to start with i was not pleased with my scores with my default clock of 960 I was getting place #29 under a 7950 and above a 7850 which was not pleasing at all so that was the point i decided why not try overclocking for the first time i increased to 980 then 1000 then 1020 all the way to 1100 and now i'm pretty happy I'm running a
AMD FX-8350 @ the stock 4 ghz no overclocking
MSI 7950 Boost Twin froz
I had to overclocked my graphics card to 1100 mhz ( from 960 ) and kept the memory at stock 1250
My score puts me in number #26 above a
i7-3770KI 4.8GHzI HD 7970I 1010/1375
And below a
i5-4670KI 3.4GHzI R9 280XI 1070/1550
Maybe if I actually overclocked my cpu a bit and overclocked my gpu memory I could get a better score but all in all for the meantime considering i'm beating a 7970 with a 3770k I'm happy
Score & Rig Pic:
New Score set the graphics card to 1100/1350 this time
I believe that we resolved that jthorpe had made an error and that his original score of 4k was invavlid (Anti-aliasing was not enabled)
No just water. Single 3/8" loop for CPU, motherboard, and GPU.
Been running at 5 Ghz @ 1.288v 24/7 for over 17 months. It gets up to 51C after an hour of Linx stress testing.
I use a 3.5 year old home made chiller - got NO fans, radiators, heat, or noise.
this is fun... in valley my AMD setup did 12pts more than the Intel setup ... with the same R9 270 i thought it was a coincidence and was a normal run variance... but ...
then it does also 12pts more than the Xeon setup ... in heaven ... so in both bench from Unigine my Athlon X4 760K do 12pts more than my Xeon E3-1275V2 and both with the same GPU in a GPU bound bench? indeed this is really fun
4 x 290Xs @1200/1600
Who said AMD cards are no good on this bench
wow what a score.
4 290x card :O
There scaling really well awsome
Single MSI 7850 OC 1GB
CrossFireX Enabled MSI 7850 OC 1GB
3770k @ 4.3 + 7970 @ 1125/1575
3770k at stock
pny gtx780 @ 1202/3341
8gb (2x4gb) crucial
128gb Toshiba Qpro
An amazing score and pound for pound even though this favours nvidia cards its still better.
post a screenshot of the ending screen of the benchmark, not a screenshot of the HTML result file in a browser, it will be rejected otherwise.
Thanks for the heads up, I'll run it again now and take the screen shot. Any chance you could answer my questions regardless?
hum ... i don't know ... i use MSI Afterburner for all my GPU (no matter the brand)
and my only experience with a 7xx serie was with a 770 and it was a bad clocker (thanks Nvidia)
after that it could depend on the Throttling... same or higher clock but a lower score could mean his card throttle down when hitting the TDP/°C limit and never stay long at the highest clock rate in the settings, making the OC pointless since not stable .... but the owner of the card could give a better answer than me i assume
Ok, well hopefully someone else can jump in and answer for me at some point, just did it again (the benchmark) and took a different print screen. Lost 1.2 fps, damn rules.
2 run never the same result: no biggies ... normal run variance parameter
Wow awesome benchmark kicking some ass there.
Nice score. You'll need to post a screenshot of the score at the end of the run while still in Heaven.
People are afraid of things like this:
IT'S OVER 9000!!!
sorry ... i couldn't resist
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