Unigine Valley Benching

Discussion in 'Benchmark Mayhem' started by Pill Monster, Feb 12, 2013.

  1. Arctucas

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    Best I can do 1661/3885 +.0875V

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  3. Marco Borsato

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    MSI 980 Ti Gaming running at 1403/4000 with an Arctic Accelero Xtreme IV cooler on it, significant reduction in temps and noise. I decided not to remove the original VRM and memory heatsink and I left the original backplate installed as well.
     
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  4. CPC_RedDawn

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    hmmmm.... can you please either add pics here or pm me some pic's of the cooler installed. I may do the same thing :) love the Arctic coolers!

    Also what is your ASIC quality?

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    Also what were your temps before you upgraded and what are your temps now? Cheers.
     
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  5. Marco Borsato

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    @ CPC_RedDawn

    Here they are:

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    Rivatuner Statistics after full Heaven 4.0 run at max settings
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    GPU-Z
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    With the original heatsink, the GPU temperature used to sit around 75~78 degrees under full load with the fan speed at a fixed 70%. With the Accelero I set a fan profile of 50~75% and it barely even reaches 60 degrees under max load. This thing is whisper quiet, even at 70% I can hardly hear it's 3 fans over my case fans while doing a damn fine job at keeping the GPU core nice and cool. :)
     
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  6. CPC_RedDawn

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    Awesome, thanks dude for those pics.

    Something to keep in mind then, I have max of around 68C after a long session gaming but that is with around 70% fan speed and its not too loud but I remember the Accelero III I had my old GTX480 and it was quiet even at full 12v speed.
     
  7. Koniakki

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    This was with my old 980Ti. A Gainward 980Ti GS@1548/8554 and CPU@4.68GHz.


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    I happened to run it again today

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    i am happy. 300€ build

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    i noticed that enabled ULPS messes up the readings in gpu-z
    i disabled it:

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  10. Xuanzang

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  11. vase

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    UPDATE:

    this is with 16.4.1 and a little OC

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  12. -Tj-

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    Factory "Stock" OC via bios; base 1278mhz/1418Mhz boost, ram 7220Mhz

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  13. -Tj-

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    Max OC 1478MHz, but It downclocked to 1464Mhz at one point, think it could be extra 200MHz ram OC taking its voltage toll :D

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  14. -Tj-

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    And another test, PB so far:nerd:
    Well I've been testing it a little now with fixed fan 75% which prevent it from reaching 65C..

    4553 or ~ 109FPS
    Cpu 4.7GHz/ 4.2GHz (cache)
    Gpu 1482MHz/ 7740Mhz (360MHz offset)

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    Which beats GTX 1080 @ 107fps:nerd:, max OC Strix got 116fps
    http://www.overclock3d.net/reviews/gpu_displays/nvidia_gtx1080_founders_edition_review/22


    here it got only 100.5fps which is 1fps slower then my factory OC 1418mhz boost, not bad for 150€ less.. :pc1:
    http://www.gamespot.com/articles/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1080-review/1100-6439863/
     
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    Not bad at all considering that you are actually using that card for very long time. That's increased value as well.
     

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    What do you mean? Hes using that card for only 2 months.

    Anyway...

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  17. Extraordinary

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    Here's my 980 being pushed fairly close to it's max with the vCore the stock BIOS will allow

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    Get much more stable Core clocks with the fan on manual cranked right up to hair-dryer mode, stuck with 1550 right up to the last scene where it dropped to 1538

    57c max lol (Gone slightly deaf now)
     
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