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Posted · Original PosterOP

This is my setup up first of all - AMD Ryzen 7 2700x - ROG STRIX B350-F Gaming - 2x8GB 288-Pin DDR4 3000 G.Skill Ripjaws V Series - ThermalTake Toughpower 850W - Geforce GTX 1080 8G.

 

And right now I am just curious if there is anyway I can go about testing my 1080 for it's current performance. I bought it within the first month of it's launch, so it's 3-4 years old? It is currently the oldest piece of hardware in my system, outside of the case and power supply. I just feel like the type of games i'm playing are not up to par with what this graphics card should be putting out. And I always play on lower settings, since I don't care about visuals, I only want max fps.

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1 minute ago, Beep or Boop said:

This is my setup up first of all - AMD Ryzen 7 2700x - ROG STRIX B350-F Gaming - 2x8GB 288-Pin DDR4 3000 G.Skill Ripjaws V Series - ThermalTake Toughpower 850W - Geforce GTX 1080 8G.

 

And right now I am just curious if there is anyway I can go about testing my 1080 for it's current performance. I bought it within the first month of it's launch, so it's 3-4 years old? It is currently the oldest piece of hardware in my system, outside of the case and power supply. I just feel like the type of games i'm playing are not up to par with what this graphics card should be putting out. And I always play on lower settings, since I don't care about visuals, I only want max fps.

You can try it out in a program like 3DMark (the free demo on Steam will work fine) and see if the scores you are getting in the graphics part are up to par with what others are getting with that videocard.


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Run benchmarks and compare against others or if you have results from tests done when you first bought it?


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23 minutes ago, minibois said:

You can try it out in a program like 3DMark (the free demo on Steam will work fine) and see if the scores you are getting in the graphics part are up to par with what others are getting with that videocard.

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This is a pic of my score. I'm on the compare result online page and it's confusing me a bit.

 

Edit: http://www.3dmark.com/spy/10778670 Here is the link to that I think.

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2 minutes ago, Beep or Boop said:

This is a pic of my score. I'm on the compare result online page and it's confusing me a bit.

Seems like you are getting a lower score than most people using this hardware. This is the lowest score I found with a GTX 1080 and R7 2700x:

https://www.3dmark.com/spy/5960332

About 25% better performance on the videocard, 33% on CPU.

 

Can you run a program like HWInfo64 while doing the benchmark to see what kind of temperatures you are getting?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, minibois said:

Seems like you are getting a lower score than most people using this hardware. This is the lowest score I found with a GTX 1080 and R7 2700x:

https://www.3dmark.com/spy/5960332

About 25% better performance on the videocard, 33% on CPU.

 

Can you run a program like HWInfo64 while doing the benchmark to see what kind of temperatures you are getting?

Just downloaded the program. How do I go about running a benchmark? Never used this before.

 

Edit: Ohhhh WHILE doing the benchmark. Ok sorry, I understand now.

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Just now, Beep or Boop said:

Just downloaded the program. How do I go about running a benchmark? Never used this before.

HWInfo64 is a program to keep an eye on the temperatures and clock speeds of your CPU and GPU.

Click on 'Sensors' in the top left of the program, scroll down until you find the temperature section of your CPU (that was about halfway through the page for me), right click, show graph.

Scroll down some more until you find your videocard temps (about 4/5ths down the page) and do the same.

Maybe open the graphs for GPU Clock (couple columns under the videocard temp section) too.

These graphs should show some info on how your system is running.

 

What is your memory running at, by the way? Go to Task Manager (Ctrl+Shift+Esc) > Performance > Choose RAM on the left side > See 'Speed' on the bottom right. It should say 1465Mhz or higher for you.


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4x8GB 288-Pin DDR4 3000 G.Skill Ripjaws V Series. Running them at 3,000 MHz

 

1 minute ago, minibois said:

HWInfo64 is a program to keep an eye on the temperatures and clock speeds of your CPU and GPU.

Click on 'Sensors' in the top left of the program, scroll down until you find the temperature section of your CPU (that was about halfway through the page for me), right click, show graph.

Scroll down some more until you find your videocard temps (about 4/5ths down the page) and do the same.

Maybe open the graphs for GPU Clock (couple columns under the videocard temp section) too.

These graphs should show some info on how your system is running.

 

What is your memory running at, by the way? Go to Task Manager (Ctrl+Shift+Esc) > Performance > Choose RAM on the left side > See 'Speed' on the bottom right. It should say 1465Mhz or higher for you.

 

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10 minutes ago, minibois said:

HWInfo64 is a program to keep an eye on the temperatures and clock speeds of your CPU and GPU.

Click on 'Sensors' in the top left of the program, scroll down until you find the temperature section of your CPU (that was about halfway through the page for me), right click, show graph.

Scroll down some more until you find your videocard temps (about 4/5ths down the page) and do the same.

Maybe open the graphs for GPU Clock (couple columns under the videocard temp section) too.

These graphs should show some info on how your system is running.

 

What is your memory running at, by the way? Go to Task Manager (Ctrl+Shift+Esc) > Performance > Choose RAM on the left side > See 'Speed' on the bottom right. It should say 1465Mhz or higher for you.

Here is the graph of my GPU temp. Never went above 64 C. Didn't check clocks, can do if needed.

 

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Play a game and watch the gpu usage. 
Card it prolly running fine and the same as it did when it came out. 


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5 minutes ago, Beep or Boop said:

 

Verify your memory speeds for us too please.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, jstudrawa said:

Verify your memory speeds for us too please.

 

14 minutes ago, Beep or Boop said:

4x8GB 288-Pin DDR4 3000 G.Skill Ripjaws V Series. Running them at 3,000 MHz

 

 

 

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1 minute ago, Beep or Boop said:

 

 

No, verify it with HWinfo64.  Just to make sure it's running at 3000Mhz.  Trust but verify.


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7 minutes ago, jstudrawa said:

No, verify it with HWinfo64.  Just to make sure it's running at 3000Mhz.  Trust but verify.

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Here is the pic. You are right. In task manager it says 3k. But it says 1502 in every module... 

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1 minute ago, Beep or Boop said:

 

 

Here is the pic. You are right. In task manager it says 3k. But it says 1502 in every module... 

Yep it's running at 3000Mhz, just wanted to make sure and take that out of the equation.


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1 minute ago, jstudrawa said:

Yep it's running at 3000Mhz, just wanted to make sure and take that out of the equation.

Well, shows how much I know about this shit xD thanks

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9 hours ago, Beep or Boop said:

Here is the graph of my GPU temp. Never went above 64 C. Didn't check clocks, can do if needed.

 

3UVTOKS.png

Can you run the CPU benchmark Cinebench R15 and check what your score is?

Should be between 1500 and 1600.

https://www.guru3d.com/files_details/cinebench_15_download.html

 

First run it without HWInfo64 or any other programs running, then try to run it with HWInfo64 open, to see what CPU temps were like.

Out of curiosity, did you have many background programs open, while running the 3DMark test?


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GTX 1080s very in performance. 

If you bought a non factory overclocked version your score is about right. If you bought an factory overclocked version your score is low.

 

Published TimeSpy scores are usually overclocked to the max so comparing a 24/7 setup is not practical in my view. 

 

Here is the score of my stock EVGA 1080 SC. It uses a i7 6700k so the CPU score is lower.  The EVGA factory overclock on the card leaves not headroom for manual overclocking.

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I usually test GPUs with Heaven bench since it uses only 1 CPU core and it loops in a window.

This is what it looks like.

Since the R 2700x has about the same single core strength as a stock i7 6700k you should be close to this score. 

GTX1080Heaven.thumb.jpg.c38a61d48dfb6e845be6e71895a0d783.jpg 


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Judging how it’s running at stock speeds I’d assume it could be a reference board with a fancy bios. Just heat bringing it down. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
12 hours ago, minibois said:

Can you run the CPU benchmark Cinebench R15 and check what your score is?

Should be between 1500 and 1600.

https://www.guru3d.com/files_details/cinebench_15_download.html

 

First run it without HWInfo64 or any other programs running, then try to run it with HWInfo64 open, to see what CPU temps were like.

Out of curiosity, did you have many background programs open, while running the 3DMark test?

When I did the 3DMark tests yesterday I did not have any programs running, made sure to close them all. And here are my Cinebench results.

 

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It possibly could get warmer but the test finished before it plateaued. I did a test with and without HWiNFO running, but the test was a 10cb difference.

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1 hour ago, Beep or Boop said:

When I did the 3DMark tests yesterday I did not have any programs running, made sure to close them all. And here are my Cinebench results.

 

It possibly could get warmer but the test finished before it plateaued. I did a test with and without HWiNFO running, but the test was a 10cb difference.

CPU performance seems normal, GPU performance must just be a bit varied from one card to another


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Just now, minibois said:

CPU performance seems normal, GPU performance must just be a bit varied from one card to another

Damn... so i'm just gonna be looking for a GPU upgrade next. Thanks for everything. I wished there was something wrong so it could be fixed. But I guess i'll have to live with it for now.

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2 minutes ago, Beep or Boop said:

Damn... so i'm just gonna be looking for a GPU upgrade next. Thanks for everything. I wished there was something wrong so it could be fixed. But I guess i'll have to live with it for now.

You could always try your hand at videocard overclocking. Just seeing all the information here, everything seems normal. Nothing out of the line really.


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Just now, minibois said:

You could always try your hand at videocard overclocking. Just seeing all the information here, everything seems normal. Nothing out of the line really.

I'm always scared to overclock, even though everyone says if you go super slow and everything and make sure temps are within reason you should be ok. I would just to hate to brick my card then be SOL for a long time, since it takes me forever to get disposable income for my PC.

 

I would love to get more performance out of it though, so I guess i'll have to figure something out.

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