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Matt26LFC
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Videocard: MSI GTX1070 EKWB
Processor: Golden 4770K 4.7GHz 1.19v
Mainboard: Z97X SOC Force
Memory: TridentX 2400MHz C9
Soundcard: ALC1150 / HD449s
PSU: 850W V Series
Default 07-10-2016, 12:27 | posts: 2,882 | Location: UK

Im Benching on my gaming rig with the 1070, so the 4770K isn't under phase, so I'm limited on clock frequency.

Going to look into Z170 setup for my benching rig now, perhaps wait for KabyLake now though before I spend some money.

Yeah did you see my 41K catzilla run, originally had a 36K.

Think ive done most if not all the DX10-11 benches for globals, so done some DX9 this morning, just working on 03 right now. Won't be anything special since I'm not under phase or have an XP build going for older stuff, but it'd not bad and still fun seeing the big scores with single GPU!

Know what you mean with 4/8 chips, couple benches I had no chance in without 6/12 or 8/16 or hell even 10/20 now!

Wish I had more money would love a 6950X to play around with!

You still playing with Catzilla yourself mate? What cards, chips you benching right now?
   
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Videocard: GTX
Processor: 2600k
Mainboard: gigabyte p67 UD7
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Default 07-10-2016, 13:18 | posts: 12,722 | Location: new jersey

I seen that score and the others this morning pretty good man.

the last time I benched a few months back was 320 gts 1.4v water 9800gt stock 640 gts 1.35v with catzilla on my air cooled 4770k+ud5.
but since I don't game much my main rig 5960x +rve is sorts under gpu'd as a run on a modded 750 ti.
I sold some stuff while the getting was good.
waiting for a 1080 strix card just one then maybe a white hof card.
a 1080-70 are great gaming cards but not sure if I could get a lot better scores then my tx's ,some sure but I really want the bigger chips to go all out
   
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Videocard: MSI GTX1070 EKWB
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PSU: 850W V Series
Default 07-10-2016, 13:44 | posts: 2,882 | Location: UK

There not bad scores, well short in 03, I managed 181K, top spot is over 200K so lots to learn I guess with Nvidia. Either that or Win10 isn't much good for me in certain benches. Only more playing will help me figure it all out.

That Strix card looks really good! In the UK the 1080 Strix is going for 749.99!!!! Thats insane, my 1070 was 419.99 without WB and Backplate. Its scary what the big chips will cost! 1080Ti or whatever it is they release could end up over 1000!!!

We'll have to wait and see I guess, but if I get my dream 3440*1440 curved 100Hz display this year I may have to consider going to a 1080 or even a 1080Ti if I can afford it.

Currently I'm loving the 1070 at 2560*1440 but not sure how well it'll fair at 3440*1440 I don't always like to drop settings to get to the framerate for some games.
   
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Videocard: 1080 Galax HOF SLi
Processor: i7 6950x - predator 240
Mainboard: ASUS Deluxe II
Memory: Galax hof ddr4 - 32gb
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Default 07-14-2016, 12:03 | posts: 1,830 | Location: Qatar

DX12 benchmark " TimeSpy" should be available any second now
   
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