3D Mark 2013 FireStrike and TimeSpy Guru3D Records

Discussion in 'Benchmark Mayhem' started by Pill Monster, Feb 4, 2013.

  1. kx11

    kx11 Ancient Guru

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  2. Odellot

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  3. ToyTen

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    i got the 21k woot! cpu on water & cards on air.

    +419Mhz on both gpu's

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  4. JaxMacFL

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    Fire Strike 1.1 17,808, conservative 1100/1400 OC

    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/8051970

    On windows 10 Home, with the 15.7.1 drivers

    Really pleased with my setup @ the moment, though always
    have the itch to UPGRADE IT ALL......DAMN IT!!!!
     
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  5. Truder

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    Yet another Firestrike bench here, is it about right for my system?

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    I do find it amusing that my gpu is being reported as a 380, it's a 285 (although ofcourse they are the same I know).

    Edit: Added spoiler tags for easier reading
     
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  6. Undying

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    Yup, score right about where it should be. Its around the same graphics score as my 280X.
     
  7. Truder

    Truder Ancient Guru

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    Just done another bench, got my 285 upto 1150MHz with +45mV with a max temp of 75Âșc (fan set to auto, noise being completely acceptable). For some reason the physics score has decreased (I guess probably background programs getting in the way).

    So, is +45mV ok for tonga? Reckon I could get 1200MHz out of it if I mod the bios? (Don't think I will though, don't want to push it further, I'll leave it within the pre-determined limits).

    I know the ram wont go much higher, 1520MHz is the highest I can get but it tends to be fussy, 1500MHz is completely stable.

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    Edit 2: Managed to push it tighter at 1160MHz core and 1515MHz memory, any higher just resulted in diminishing returns (after 1160mhz, higher frequencies required much more voltage for example, 1170mhz needed +75mV to remain stable as opposed to +50mV at 1160Mhz

    Managed to reach 8000
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    Pretty happy where I am though with my card considering reference clocks for the 285 are 918Mhz and 1375MHz (5500MHz effective). Over reference I've got a 23% oc on core and 10% on ram or 18% core and 8% mem over factory clocks, pretty satisfied with that :D

    Now I need to push my cpu higher, but for that, I'd need a better cooler (my 1st edition NH-U12P is a bit old for it).
     
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  8. Deathchild

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    a little 3dmark run, cards @ 1150, graphics score better than a reference 980 Ti :)
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  9. PhazeDelta1

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    3DMark update has been released.

    http://store.steampowered.com/news/?appids=223850
     
  10. ---TK---

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    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/8291100
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    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/8291164
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    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/8291191
    Definite improvement in scores.
    The post I quoted was with windows 7, added api overhead test now that I have 10.
    http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/8291220
     

  11. Deathchild

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    Damn 40k that's pretty sick. :D This is becoming like 3dmark2001 now lol, 2001 scores.. XD :D
     
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  13. Deathchild

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    first run with the 980ti :) 1500mhz boost, +50mV core voltage, +120 core clock, +450 mem

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  14. ---TK---

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    lmao you beat my gpu score by 4 points.
     
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  16. ToyTen

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    without seeing how cpu & ram are running ... barely compareble. i'd say GG to Deathchild this said ;)
     
  17. ---TK---

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    My guess its the clocks in his sig, unless I state otherwise like I did its the clocks in mysig, def comparable.
     
  18. ToyTen

    ToyTen Maha Guru

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    I know, its just me needing to see the rest of the setup used ;)
     
  19. Deathchild

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    What does it matter if we're talking about graphics score?

    And you can see the rest of the setup, look to the left. As TK said, unless stated otherwise our specs would be in the sig.
     
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  20. Titan29

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    Recently I found that I am scoring quite less than normal in the tests. I checked the gpu clocks and looks like the primary GPU is only running base clocks of 880/1250, even though both gpus are clocked to 1075/1575. The secondary gpu is running at 1075/1575.

    Does anyone know why this could be happening?

    So far I have only seen this happen in 3d Mark 2013. In all other games/benchmarks (even 3D mark 2011), the primary gpu runs at the correct clocks, 1075/1575.

    I am running 15.9.1 currently on windows 10 64 10240, but the issue has been there in a few older drivers as well
     

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