3D Mark 2011 Guru3d Records

Discussion in 'Benchmark Mayhem' started by RS-X, Dec 7, 2010.

  1. ---TK---

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    I already manually updated all the drivers because I had all the drivers for my mobo on the hdd, then I check your link and I see Asus have been really busy and updated most drivers so I just updated them all again and will try again.
     
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    I have to agree. For the clocks you're running something seems a little off to me, you should at least be breaking 15000 surely? I'm also of a mind your physics score should be a little higher than it is.
     
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    My graphics score is fine, in fact it's close to some gtx 780 sli scores I've seen on here, but my physics score is a bit lower than it used to be with the cheapo z68 lx board. Weird. Would disabling speedstep increase my physics score considerably?
     

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    It shouldn't be having any effect on you really, although you could give it a shot for a run through once you're fully up to date with drivers. Also make sure your mobo bios is the newest available. As you say, it's the physics score that seems to be off. There shouldn't be such a big gap between yours and TK's for a 200mhz difference on the same architecture. It's worth checking either way.
     
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    ok, latest drivers netted me 7.7k with stock memory clocks/timings, so that's a 100 points up.

    @Darkest - I'm not running the latest bios because that one was really unstable for me so I had to roll back to the 2nd oldest one which works fine.
     
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    Understandable on the bios front. The new drivers are showing an improvement though. Although it still seems a little low considering your cpu OC imo, try disabling speedstep as you considered. I don't doubt oc'ing your memory will help to an extent but I don't see it as being a huge difference.
     
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    yeah, I'll investigate further. Thinking about TK's score, 200mhz more on the core and a lot faster ram it kinda makes sense his score is a fair chunk higher.
     
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    Time will tell, part of the fun is playing around like this really. I don't doubt your rig can break 15k however, which is what I'd be aiming for in your position. Getting your physics score up should just about do that.

    Edit: I'd be interested in seeing TK post a score with his CPU at 4.5 and memory at 1600 to see how much variation there is. That's if he has the time for it anyway.
     
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    I'd like to see his physics score with just ram at 1600 and 9-9-9-24-1 actually, very hassle free to change those settings. Oh, and yeah, I've taken it past 14.6k in the last run, I'm sure I can go higher, I'm still on low volts.
     

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    Either should be easy enough to set up, although the memory is the most interesting thing. Regardless, you can definitely break 15,000, and possibly a chunk higher.
     
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    Not here to break records really mate, just wanted to post my score for others to compare with in case they run 7950 crossfire. I'm very happy with over 21k graphics score.
     
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    Not at all mate, your score is solid and I'm sure you'll be be enjoying games with max settings for a good while to come. My only concern was the physics score, which in turn held you back from getting over the score I thought you'd be capable of. If I was pushing you to get the best score possible I'd be stating 16,000 rather than 15,000. :p
     
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    3d mark 11 scales very well with clock speed. I added 2133 on the rams, much higher gpu clocks added 400mhz more cpu and enabled HT. every little tweak you can do helps your score out. hyperthreading on my cpu really brings up the physics and combined http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/5924133
     
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    Def not close to 780 Sli. My 680s scored 25k in 3d11 on gpu score. You're about 5k off that. I'd imagine 2 stock 780s are 30k.
    As for your CPU score gpu drivers alone affect CPU physics. More overhead in the drivers. I've tested it with nv drivers and some drivers did better in physics score. It's reproducable as well so don't think too much into it

    My CPU score has varied from 12200 to 13000 so I'll point at the drivers. Also get latest chipset drivers from station drivers and other stuff, always have latest stuff
     
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    just going by this, haven't really looked into things too much http://forums.guru3d.com/showpost.php?p=4649204&postcount=1655

    I'm 4k off you (scored over 21k tonight) because I'm not even trying to push the gpu score, I'm sitting on lowlo 1.175 vcore for 1140mhz, I'm sure I could get pretty close to 1200mhz on both cards (the Vapor-X can easily do 1200) but yeah, I wouldn't beat that 25k score most likely, but I think I'd get 23.5k ish out of the gpu score if I did push for it, I just can't be arsed really.

    EDIT: Just seen some 21k ish gpu scores for 780 sli on 3dmark search thing, they were the ones that only ran the core at something like 550mhz or so. Also, just checked station drivers, their chipset drivers for my motherboard are older than the ones I have installed so I think I'll stick to Asus website
     
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    I would normally have edited my last post, but it's a bit messy already so I'm going to do a new post, I updated my bios this morning, physics score is still the same so I'm giving up on 3dmark11.

    Just ran fire strike (non extreme). I thought I'd see if I get a more respectable physics score there. What kind of a physics score should I be getting in fire strike? Can't see a fire strike thread btw so I'm posting in here.

    Edit: it all looks good, I'm 13th on the all time fire strike score list for my cpu/gpu so it looks like it's only 3dmark11 that somehow doesn't want to give me a good physics score. Still would like to hear from you about what my physics score should be with my cpu. I scored 8074 for graphics and over 16k for gpu.

    EDIT: Sod it, here's a screen
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    EDIT: Nvm, I see the 3dmark13 thread now, god I'm blind.
     
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    Have a link to that 25000 gpu score. I only manage 23500ish at 1306 on the core
     
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    23.5k? I'm tempted to beat that.

    EDIT: Nah, got to almost 22.5k (22.335) and I don't think I will ever beat 23k
     
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    Its actually 23,449 I believe. I would up the cpu speed up a couple hundred for regular use. I'm running 1.45v for a couple years now. Its a crap ocer
     

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