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I just ran a test on non-overclocked and got a graphics score of 14577. I ran it again, overclocked by 250MHz core/400MHz memory and got 18752.

was this with just one card or both?


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Graphic score is 30,000. Just the combined is low for some reason..

 

@blu4

 

Ignore the "Graphics driver is not approved"  I am using 353.38 Hotfix drivers.  My graphics score is at 41209.  You should be somewhat close to that and not 11,000 off.  Something is definitely up.

 

Benchmark: Fire Strike 1.1

Overclocked: 353.38 Drivers and Bios Mod

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/5247000

Score: 24909

Graphics Score: 41209

 

Benchmark: Fire Strike 1.1

Somewhat overclocked.  Older drivers 353.06 and stock bios:

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/5054735

Score: 24167

Graphics Score: 40223

 

Benchmark: Fire Strike 1.1

Here is my old 980 SLI Setup:

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/3761401

Score: 21534

Graphics Score: 31741

 

Whatever it may be is definitely holding you back.


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Benchmark: Fire Strike 1.1

CPU: 5960x

GPU: GM200

GPU Core: 1252

GPU Memory: 1790

Score: 24255

3DMark Link: http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/7576205?

 

Quiet ok.

 

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btw thanks for sharing, this is actually making me feel good because I got 21 675 with my 980's 

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Benchmark: Firestrike Ultra
CPU: 4790K @ 4.6GHz
GPU: GTX 980 Ti
GPU Core: 1251MHz (Max Boost 1484MHz)
GPU Memory: 8000MHz

Score: 4804
3DMark Link: http://www.3dmark.com/fs/5276599


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@blu4

 

Ignore the "Graphics driver is not approved"  I am using 353.38 Hotfix drivers.  My graphics score is at 41209.  You should be somewhat close to that and not 11,000 off.  Something is definitely up.

 

Benchmark: Fire Strike 1.1

Overclocked: 353.38 Drivers and Bios Mod

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/5247000

Score: 24909

Graphics Score: 41209

 

Benchmark: Fire Strike 1.1

Somewhat overclocked.  Older drivers 353.06 and stock bios:

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/5054735

Score: 24167

Graphics Score: 40223

 

Benchmark: Fire Strike 1.1

Here is my old 980 SLI Setup:

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/3761401

Score: 21534

Graphics Score: 31741

 

Whatever it may be is definitely holding you back.

I think I'm still running on the older driver. When I get back home today I'll post the updated results. There is a problem somewhere here and it's definitely not my CPU.


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I think I'm still running on the older driver. When I get back home today I'll post the updated results. There is a problem somewhere here and it's definitely not my CPU.

 

From what I have seen, you physics score is fine.  You GPU score on the other hand is something I would be concerned about.


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From what I have seen, you physics score is fine.  You GPU score on the other hand is something I would be concerned about.

I have not yet benched the cards on valley. I'll look up similar scores and see what I get.


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Benchmark: Firestrike 1.1
CPU: 4670K @ 4.3GHz
GPU: GTX 780 2 way SLI
GPU Core: 1070MHz (1162MHz boost)
GPU Memory: 6208MHz

Score: 14984

3DMark Link: http://www.3dmark.com/fs/4940695


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Is 20387 Graphics score good for 980Ti @ 1.282 MHz ?

 

Just want to make sure how bad my I5 760 @ 3.9Ghz will bottleneck my 980Ti. Maybe I can push my CPU to 4.0Ghz flat when the summer is over. I'm already at 1.33V

 

So I found this guy and his score seems pretty nice;

 

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/5291813


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Is 20387 Graphics score good for 980Ti @ 1.282 MHz ?

 

Just want to make sure how bad my I5 760 @ 3.9Ghz will bottleneck my 980Ti. Maybe I can push my CPU to 4.0Ghz flat when the summer is over. I'm already at 1.33V

 

So I found this guy and his score seems pretty nice;

 

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/5291813

Your 980Ti has pretty much the same core clock as mine and I got 20520 so I think you're alright.

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Your 980Ti has pretty much the same core clock as mine and I got 20520 so I think you're alright.

 

It's not mine, I found that results in the database. I hope I won't get bottlenecked by my almost 5 years old quad core.

 

I will be getting the best Skylake-K CPU when it comes out.


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It's not mine, I found that results in the database. I hope I won't get bottlenecked by my almost 5 years old quad core.

I will be getting the best Skylake-K CPU when it comes out.

I'm guessing the specs on your profile aren't real then? You won't be bottlenecked in 3DMark but you likely will be in games.
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I'm guessing the specs on your profile aren't real then? You won't be bottlenecked in 3DMark but you likely will be in games.

 

Well yeah, I building that system soon, I hope  :P

 

But first I want to see how the Skylake-K performs  :D


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No idea why I'm submitting Sky Diver, but what the hell, might as well.

 

Benchmark: Sky Diver
CPU: 4690k @4.4GHz
GPU: 970
GPU Core: 1517MHz
GPU Memory: 1951MHz
Score: 27275
 
Need to re-run everything later, I wanna try and take Gofspar's GPU score in FS1.1 but it might be a little too hot for that

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No idea why I'm submitting Sky Diver, but what the hell, might as well.

 

Benchmark: Sky Diver
CPU: 4690k @4.4GHz
GPU: 970
GPU Core: 1517MHz
GPU Memory: 1951MHz
Score: 27275
 
Need to re-run everything later, I wanna try and take Gofspar's GPU score in FS1.1 but it might be a little too hot for that

 

 

Try and Overclock yout CPU some more.


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Try and Overclock yout CPU some more.

Yeah, 4.4 is my everyday clock but I bench it at 4.7 so when I load the 1.3v BIOS for my 970 I'll push the CPU up and mess with the RAM a little more too


LTT's fastest Valley 970, slowest Valley Basic and Extreme HD scores

 

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Yeah, 4.4 is my everyday clock but I bench it at 4.7 so when I load the 1.3v BIOS for my 970 I'll push the CPU up and mess with the RAM a little more too

I want someone to take my fastest 970 crown, cmon mang.


my money is now all stolen from audio

 

 

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I want someone to take my fastest 970 crown, cmon mang.

I'm trying, but you'll at least hold onto your FS Extreme place because I'm too poor to buy it


LTT's fastest Valley 970, slowest Valley Basic and Extreme HD scores

 

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I'm trying, but you'll at least hold onto your FS Extreme place because I'm too poor to buy it

I'll do valley again sometime and take that back away, I ran it once on my gaming OC for shits 'n giggles and just posted the score.

 

I honestly think Valley is just absolutely pants.


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