Discussion in 'Benchmark Mayhem' started by PhazeDelta1, Sep 30, 2013.
ok its still pure cpu limit even on 1x faster gpu (stock)
gained only extra 4-5fps
R15 - 768 points
11.5 - 8.36 points (best from a few runs)
my first time overlocking intel cpu
I have change voltages yet. I left everything on auto.
is it ok to leave the voltage settings on auto?
hwmonitor and cpuz both show cpu voltage hitting 1.241 when running prime.
and temp stay below 70c
I would use fixed voltage when testing such brute force tests, it will overvolt 0.07 - 0.09v more then it needs (prime94, IBT, Linx).
I think you're ok @ ~1.152v
New high score for me
Here is my aging system LoL
i7 2700K @ 4.8Ghz =
CPU = 843 cb
single = 168 cb
OpenGL = 129fps
i7 2700K @ 5.0Ghz =
CPU = 870 cb
Single = 176 cb
OpenGL = 133.7fps
Xeon 1230v3 3.4-3.7 Ghz
Asus Radeon HD 7790 OC 1075 Mhz
CPU = 794 cb
single = 156 cb
OpenGL = 145.67fps
4.7ghz on 1.28v
I tried test better OpenGL performance ("new" GTX 580 3GB with 337.88WHQL (HQ)) running i5-2500K@4.5GHz after GTX 480 died but I get same result because unfortunately I haven't any CPU Intel Haswell yet or likely WHQL driver is bad.
New gpu score, stock gpu 954mhz boost 1097mhz
I was always at ~182fps, but I never used more then offset 0.052v+ for VCCSA (cpu system agent voltage) @4.7ghz, now 0.060v+ did the trick (0.870v).
Its mostly for system ram OC and or by high cpu OC with anything above 2133mhz it can help and stabilize fps and stability in general, 0.020v to 0.075v is usually enough, btw 0.950v total offset is for 3ghz ram :nerd:
I will buy more 2 modules RAM - total 4x4GB@DDR3-1600 for can get better OpenGL performance, ok? But I won't do overclock for RAM.
Sorry small correction got higher score then 182 with new gpu - found one with 188fps, but 191fps ye best of the best
btw extra ram won't help with more performance unless your OpenGL program uses more ram for extra temporary space. Faster ram 2133mhz CL9 or 2400mhz can help a bit, but by you 2133mhz is max.
And you may need small vccsa bump too ie 0.020- 0.030v+ offset, 4.5ghz OC may benefit from it a bit.
You can always revert if it doesnt, cinebench15 gpu bench is a good example to test, also Aida64 memory/cache benchmark
Ok. I will change vccsa (and oc) for RAM maybe on october due to summer (my room is ~23-24 ºC).
My FX8320 at 5ghz on air
uh is there a way to change the resolution.....?
Unfortunately, no way to change resolution. Yes, OpenGL score isn't normal because CPU has much bottlenecked or OpenGL is bad optimized.
Rig in profile - 3770K@4.5 1.21V. 827cb, not bad I guess. I still haven't tried for higher than 4.5 on this chip.
my 4690k score at 4.5 wasn't much different from the score at 4.8 so i'm pretty much done with this app. not even gonna try it at 4.9
I used to use it mostly as a stability /heat test.
Extremely CPU limited. Not seeing the loss in OpenGL performance some are between the 2 versions though.