Discussion in 'Benchmark Mayhem' started by RS-X, Dec 7, 2010.
thanks for that, nice oc on that card
Catalyst 12.4 + Standard Settings
Actual Rig is on the right side, ive seen that dude with a 7870 and over 9000 points, hows that possible? His GPU Clocks are lower than mine!? ..Ah ok some LucidVirtu thing goin on and the coreclock is higher, but still its ridiculous!
Oh man 3rd edit ok now i got it, thought he has the same Processor as me...sorry for being...:bang:
is that score ok? i expectet over 17.000p maybe i should overkclok my core clock. but im waiting for my GTX 690 water block
What's your speeds on GTX 690? Stock (reference or OC version) or OC enabled?
score is fine. core overclock will do the trick for 17k+
I'm more than pleased with that score from a couple of GTX670
Cpu @ 4.9
Galaxy GTX 670 OC 1280/7050
Core i7 3930K@ 5100Mhz
HD 7970@ 1380/1850Mhz
1362mv ? you have flash it with a different bios or is it the Asus DC who allow it ?
Nice OC on the card, but Tesselation off it seems. (13K graphic score is a bit high for been run with default tess )
Lane, yes, it is my Asus HD 7970DC II TOP with EK full cover waterblock.
Tesselation off- under the rules hwbot.org
Wasn't aware which website I was on. Your score cannot be compared against legit scores then. Shame because for a moment there I though you had one wicked fast card.
yep, people posting their cheated scores is annoying.
tests that use tess should have it on for a legit score. thats kinda like having an nvidia card use ppu in vantage and get an inflated score.
What are you talking about people?
My true submission hwbot.org
hwbot does not check to see if scores are valid, so you have a cheated score. disabling tessellation is not a valid way to increase your score.
your disabling tess on graphic tests that use tess. thats not a valid score. post up a score with a FM link
he he nice, so the bios of the asus allow more voltage, i should watch if i can take a modded bios for my second card, this one need more voltage of my first card.
its within the rules of "benchmarkers" that driver level changes are legal.
if nv had that option in the cp i would use it to.