Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by FX-GMC, Mar 14, 2014.
Tried tweaking mine a little and got the same score. I guess it's good enough for now.
Wait, you have 2 r9 280x and that's the max score you can get? There must be a problem as you should get 1000 with only one. I think you should be getting around 1500-1600.
My first Heaven score with my new 780ti. I7-4790k-4.6 GPU-1150/1750-stock clocks
i7 3770k @ 4.7GHZ 2x HD 7990 @ 1150/1700 --- 145.7fps --- 3669
I7-4790k-4.6, 780ti-1200/1800, I just want a top ten and I will be happy.
I7-4790K-4.6, 780ti-1227/1800-top ten by one point. lol woohoo!
It looks like you might be using a generic microsoft driver. I would make sure I had the latest driver directly from nvidia.
That's the IGPU. I had just uninstalled the driver for it. Not a big deal. I was trying to have it not show at all
To the OP can the number of gpu's be changed for mine? i run 2 7990's which have 2 gpu on each card.
I was surpassed O.O
There REALLY REALLY needs to be a separate chart for 1600p users. I appreciate it's not as common as 1080p, but there are a heck of a lot more 1600p systems out there now days, and 4k is not too far off(well it's all ready here) and surround vision type setups.
We standardize settings that involve all the highest graphics possible(sans the AA) and yet we're limited by 1080p resolution.
We should also try it with Vsync and see what variance people have not only between different hardware, but even the same hardware on different machines. Hiccups, stutters, and all other of little things that go bump, would affect the results. Instead of wildly varying scores that don't tell us much, we'd have close scores that indicate how different CPU,GPU,Motherboard and RAM combinations compete versus one another.
Good idea. Here's the next step. (Not trying to be rude but I don't want to be responsible for 3 times as many charts....)
Apologies, I guess "real life" not only keeps you from updating the front page, but also makes you defensive against suggestions.
Good to know.
My edit came too late. Oh well. I do like the suggestion tho.
On the other hand I don't much care for you criticizing whether or not I have the time to do something. Guess I learned something about you as well.
Single GTX670 Gigabyte Windforce @ 1306 MHz core / 1753 MHz memory (stock cooler)
i7 2600K @ 4.8 GHz
I think I can get over 1000 points, but I am getting tired of running this benchmark for now.
This is the absolute best that I can get this card to perform. I feel good that I was able to beat out a 280x and also come somewhat close to a 7970!
Single GTX670 Gigabyte Windforce @ 1306 MHz core / 1851.5 MHz memory (stock cooler)
i7 2600K @ 4.8 GHz
Quadfire 2x 290x (stock clocks) + 2x 290 (stock clocks)
4770k - 4.389 ghz something. Weird cause bios setting is set to auto for base clock and if i set bclk to 100 still will show less than 100 on gpu-z.
not even slightly weird ... CPU-Z always show the bus speed a bit lower.
mine is set to 103, and on every previous monitoring or any of my 5 rigs the bus speed is slightly lower (from 0.2 to 0.7~)
the only thing i have who is weird atm ... is my PciE link version on my R9 290 i get 2.0 even on load ...
check your bios settings. pci lanes might be set to pci gen 2. Try setting it to Gen 3 and see if it helps
even weirder ... PciEx configuration : auto/Gen1/Gen2 .... and i use a Z97 mobo + haswell cpu ... wtf is that catch ... (i see not other option aside )
ouch bios update i guess?
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