Discussion in 'Benchmark Mayhem' started by Pill Monster, Feb 12, 2013.
Core Clock: 1500, Mem Clock: 8000
Yea it's strange, but I am consistently seeing higher benchmark scores from people with the same/similar GPU running an Intel setup vs my AMD
Only one way to find out.... time to start looking for bugs with Intel CPUs
This is how it looks like @ Intel, newer X99 doesn't do anything, 4790k/4770k OC'ed is still the strongest
Hmmm strange, thanks - would have expected better from the newer chips
Its all down to cpu freq., that 4770K ran at uncore 4.5ghz & cpu 4.9ghz if Im not mistaken.
They benchmarked different chips at different clock speeds?
Valley isnt all that cpu dependent. Clock for clock all haswell cpus should do the same fps in it, but valley seems to use HT threads more so than the real cores.
Looking at the firestrike benches, doesnt make all that sense, a 4790k cant touch a 6 core in the physics bench but they show it has a better score.
Anyways as long as you have an i7, 4/6/8 cores wont make all that difference for 90% of games
I see a 2-3FPS difference in Valley versus my 3570K. So its at least a little CPU dependent. But I agree with you otherwise.
Small OC at 4.2ghz
unigine showed the 970gtx at 1604ghz don't know if it can run so fast just got my 970gtx palit jetstream today
347.25, overclock 1254 7800
New GTX 780 Ti Classified.
Unigine Valley Benchmark 1.0
Windows 8.1 (build 9200) 64bit
Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2500K CPU @ 3.30GHz (OC 4500MHz) x4
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti 220.127.116.1171 (3072MB) x1
1920x1080 8xAA fullscreen
Nvidia 347.71 Hotfix
<--- update your specs to "GTX Titan X SLi"
cpu 4.8ghz ht
cpu 4.8ghz ht
SLI 970s run at 1593 / 1998.