3D Mark 2006 Guru3d Records

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  1. micketh

    micketh Ancient Guru

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    [hwbot] 24597 - QX9650 @ 4.4ghz- 2x GTX 280 SLI @ 727/1490/2350mhz [/hwbot]

    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm06=7364181

    (oh, and I know orb says the CPU is at 4.2ghz, but for some reason 3dmark was reading it wrong on this run! - I may run it again later to see if it corrects it :) )
     

  5. Roger_D25

    Roger_D25 Ancient Guru

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    Mike - Not bad buddy, not bad at all! I have a feeling your very correct about being a bit CPU limited when your running 2x GT280's in SLI!

    THE_BAIT - Same with you, great job! Now your getting somewhere, pretty soon you'll easily be breaking 20k! Keep pushing it!
     
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    Had to take my third spot didn't ya.:cry: Na well done Mike nice score. I don't think it's cpu limiting on them either I just don't think they are that good of a card especially for their cost. A friend of mine gets over 27k with 2 4870s at half the cost plus the 4870x2s will no doubt be a nice gpu. Yet the 280s own Vantage atm it's good to see both companies fighting out a closer outcome than in previous years, yet I think nvidia cards are still way over priced.
     
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    Hey MikeMK, I got 27350 with CPU @ 4813 and not really pushing that hard. The cards were @ 750/1585/2502. I suspect that 28K is the limit with my set up. Some of the ln2 guys - CPU - are hitting 30K with stock air on the 280s.

    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?3dm06=7281932

    In addition to Vantage, these cards also score well in 2001 and AM3. I'm a little disappointed with them in 03 with Tri-SLI. The best I've gotten so far is 117K. That's compared to the 3870x2s where I got 124K and change with 4 cores. Eventually, either 2 or 3 of these will make up my 24/7 gaming - all purpose rig.
     
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    Cheers Mate, but after your over heat problem has me worried :3eyes:
    Might just wait till my EK GPU block arrives first!!
     
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    Well, thanks to the exchange rate, the pricing isnt all that bad in the UK - both my cards cost about £35 each less than my GX2 and were both bought within a week of launch, and now they are considerably cheaper again. They were pretty much in line with other high end cards if u looked about abit (eg my 8800GTX cost the same at the time) and now they are a pretty good deal.

    Not saying that the 4870's are a bad deal, cos they are obviously not (they are even cheaper again! LOL!). As for performance, i dont agree they are disapointing, its just a 3dmark thing. Its silly how I can only beat my GX2 score by around 1000marks in 06, when 2 of these things in games are considerably faster than a GX2.

    I dont think my CPU will go much further than 4.4ghz on water unfortunately, but im pretty pleased with that tbh. but i recon I can get some more out of vantage yet, so we shall see!
     
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    Im very impressed anybody over 22k is doin something right

    Hi mikeMK you knw the GX2 whats the max clocks you had on it i at the moment have it at 740 1685 shader and 2300 memory should i push further or is this probably the max i should attempt? also whats the max youve had on it cheers and damn the EK block really does keep it cool compared to what ive hear the stock fan does
     

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    This was the best I got with the GX2. If I remember rightly I had to drop the mem clock to get the GPU/shaders up that high, and also the memory tended to throttle too even though it didnt artifact once u got around 2300mhz. Its worth playing around with memory clocks vs. GPU clocks.

    Oh, and note - I never really stability tested the clocks below as I was never gonna run them 24/7 - only for a few 3dmark runs - so if you want to use it for 4hr gaming sessions I cant guarantee they would work lol.

    23849 - 9800 GX2 @ 787/1967/2200 - Core 2 Extreme QX9650 4.4ghz watercooled
     
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    yeah ive found when the gpu core is high i have at 750 (for 24/7 gaming at the minute) the memory has to be at 2200 or any higher and small artifacts occur on crysis boy was i pleased when i fed my e8400 a little more juice and bumped up gx2 clocks got rid of stuttering i can now play most very high 1920 1200 apart from shadows (high) and texture (high) at a consistent smooth framertae with no stutters ;) though what gets me is i dont even like crysis anymore lol

    i read on forums some guy was hitting 800 lol so i tried it got complete lock up


    lol have you seen that vid where a guy breaks his 280gtx in crysis benchmark and vantage
     
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    @ Mike

    Your probably spot on there Mike our pricing is probably **** compared to yours or how yours is balances out. I mean a 280gtx costs roughly $700-$800+ here and the 4870s are only $320-$380 and two 4870s in games and benches are better than on 280, so they are a bargain over here compared. If the 280s were more like $550 I'd go out and buy 3 tomorrow, but $700 is just over the top these days for a gpu imo especially when the 4870x2 wont cost more than $550-$600 au.

    Perfect example of prices here is you can't buy a QX9650 retail here for less than $1100 yet we can buy em on ebay brand new in Canada or Ireland for around $800 AU, Don't seem to see that same type of savings on ebay on gpus though.
     
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    Yup, well you can grab a GTX now for £300, and the 4870's are around £230, so u cant really get 2 4870's for the price of a single GTX like in other places.
     
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    There actualy $600 in australia Now :)
     

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    Frenchlick Master Guru

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    Cheapest price static ice is $684 still more than what 2 4870s is.
     
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    Thats the cheapest.

    The 4870 is 499 in my State....The GTX 280 is the better option for me, and the 9800GX2 is 700-800
     
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    Wow that's a nice price I'm bookmarking that site looks like it has some good prices there Rougue. Cheapest i can get a 280gts in my state without getting one shipped is around $730 yet I can go up the road and pick up a 4870 for $329 I'm in Perth, i thought you were in Perth as well obviously not.
     
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    Yeh i am, Were is one for 329????
     
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