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Discussion in 'Benchmark Mayhem' started by TDurden, Jul 14, 2016.

  1. -Tj-

    -Tj- Ancient Guru

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    TS supports both, get over it.



    Besides async is irrelevant most of the time if gpu is fully utilized, its needed only if there are idle streaming processors, which seems to happen a lot on AMD.
     
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    OK.:3eyes:
     
  3. -Tj-

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    Then look at what AMD driver does in DX11 with all that driver api overhead making cpu very important otherwise there will be a lot of gpu idle time. Async is AMD saviour, Imo you should be happy about that fully utilized feature and not complain

    I would like to see it on my Maxwell too, even if its just in SW and basically worthless, its the marketing bs that nv promoted and they should fulfill their promise. So far r372 doesnt have it yet..
     
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    The 660 is holding you back big time. When i tested with a 770 a while back,i got just above 2k in the graphics score.
     
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    i figure that much, it might take me a while to let go and replace the 660gtx
     
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    According to nearly every benchmark Timespy has the best use of async compute around.

    Its also the best example of MGPU ive saw in DX12.
    AOTS might be better, but don't have it.
     
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    Considering how fast system you have and that overclock on the 660 thats quite low graphics score.

    Something like 1070 would fit better in there. :p
     
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    You know 15fps when comparing 3x something are almost 40% difference....not quite an achievement...but not that underrated as you stated.
    For sure new GPU's would be faster...but for now the difference is on the table :)
    My stock cooler @~24/7 settings with the new driver:
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    Edit: You may have seen that some TitanX(GP) are pushing 11+k's GPU or 72/64 FPS in a test where GM does almost the half in some mounts difference between both architectures...
     
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    update my skor:)
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  14. -Tj-

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    Fine you can defend your 1080gtx, but I wasnt dissing anymore just HW atm, anything in 40-55 by test1 or 35-45 by test2 is imo too weak to go crazy about it :D


    well yes my point was for "ok" fps at least TitanXP or soon to be released big AMD Vega11 is needed.. Yeah those 72/64fps looked more acceptable.
     
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    Not defending anything...just pointing the difference is not as you write 5-7fps and is more or less 40+% and yes is far more comfortable with averaging 51+fps from both tests than with 36.xx or what OCed Maxwells are achieving here...let alone even the full Pascal in TitanX...
     
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  16. -Tj-

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    I did say once oced its up to 15fps otherwise its those 5 7fps... still nothing imo even if its "40%"
     
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  19. Dburgo

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    Can someone please explain to me why my score is not beating the crap out of this other guys score? I have a faster CPU and much faster OC on the 1080 and this guy trounces my score by 200 points? All he has is double the amount of system memory that I have. My DDR4 is running on XMP 3400 mhz. I can't understand why this guy is doing so much better. I have updated bios on the mobo, high performance set on Nvidia CP as well as system, I only throttle back to 2114mhz core as the benchmark runs and I start out with a 2136 core. I am completely baffled right now by the system specs and the true value or actuality of all of this.
    http://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/403371/spy/397556#
     
  20. -Tj-

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    Your gpu memory OC is probably to blame lower it 200MHz and try again.. And you're compaling about 1-2fps difference - that's huge to you? :D

    He could very well be using nvcpl perf. tweaks (IQ - set to high perf., and TrAA - custom bit to raise LOD, or manually LOD 1.0+ or even 2.0+)



    Also your cpu score is faster, so more system ram is irrelevant.
     

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