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not bad man!

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Whenever I overclocked my memory to 1500, my score went down by nearly 100 points, do you know why? 


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Whenever I overclocked my memory to 1500, my score went down by nearly 100 points, do you know why? 

Maybe the memory is overheating and the voltage controller is throttling the voltage to the memory.


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Got quite a bit higher after I realized I don't need to be a pussy with the voltage/power limits (yea +63 is low, but the scaling past that is really bad on my card). I also figured out my issue which was I need to set my power limit to 50 in CCC every time I change a setting in MSI Afterburner otherwise my core clock fluctuates after a certain point for some reason.

 

3570k @ 3.4GHz

R9 290 1140/1525

+63mv

+50 power limit

Extreme preset

30.5/66.7/125.1

2793

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This score beats a lot of 970's on the spreadsheet, is Valley AMD sided or something?


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Got quite a bit higher after I realized I don't need to be a pussy with the voltage/power limits (yea +63 is low, but the scaling past that is really bad on my card). I also figured out my issue which was I need to set my power limit to 50 in CCC every time I change a setting in MSI Afterburner otherwise my core clock fluctuates after a certain point for some reason.

 

3570k @ 3.4GHz

R9 290 1140/1525

+63mv

+50 power limit

Extreme preset

30.5/66.7/125.1

2793

-anip

 

This score beats a lot of 970's on the spreadsheet, is Valley AMD sided or something?

Nah AMD scales a hell of alot better when the morey is overclocked when compaired to Nvidia GPU's plus Maxwell struggles in Valley.


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CPU: i5 4250U

GPU: Intel HD Graphics 5000 at 200MHz and 1000 Mhz Boost clock (i'm on a mac, so no GPU Z available, i searched for my GPU and it's speed paired with my processor on http://www.notebookcheck.net/Intel-HD-Graphics-5000.91978.0.html

Average FPS: 9.7

Score: 406

Setting: Basic Preset 1280 x 720, 2xAA windowed

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Benched 4k because of boredom and came out with this, pleasant surprise since I was expecting far lower, but I guess I'll stick to only Fallout at 4k for now.

 

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Valley Benchmark Score

CPU i7 5930K
GPU  2x SLI EVGA 980 ACX 2.0  GPU: 1392 MEM: 1990
Average FPS 139.8
Score 5849
Setting Extreme HD 1920x1080 8xAA Full screen

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Well uhh... This gpu has a fucking mind of it's own, it originally would not do 1MHz more on the memory, but now it maxes the slider (5.3GHz effective) and I'm planning on flashing a new vBIOs tomorrow and continuing on the memory, and the core originally wouldn't hit anything about 1090, but now it does 1140 as it's max, and I used gpu tweak to max the voltage slider then used afterburner for the rest since I hate GPU Tweak. (1.224v if you are that curious)

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Anyone think the Athlon in the Dell is doing some bottlenecking?


 

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Valley Benchmark Score

CPU i7 5930K
GPU  2x SLI EVGA 980 ACX 2.0  GPU: 1400 MEM: 1995
Average FPS 141.6
Score 5926
Setting Extreme HD 1920x1080 8xAA Full screen

 

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Well, @Darkman told me that my 480 score wasn't in the spreadsheet! :(

 

Intel Pentium G3258 @ 4.6GHz/1.26v (it does NOT bottleneck this card in the benchmark at all)
Nvidia GTX 480 Engineering Sample 1.5GB, 650MHz Core, 1600MHz RAM
23.3
975
1080p Extreme HD

 

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Well uhh... This gpu has a fucking mind of it's own, it originally would not do 1MHz more on the memory, but now it maxes the slider (5.3GHz effective) and I'm planning on flashing a new vBIOs tomorrow and continuing on the memory, and the core originally wouldn't hit anything about 1090, but now it does 1140 as it's max, and I used gpu tweak to max the voltage slider then used afterburner for the rest since I hate GPU Tweak. (1.224v if you are that curious)

 

 

Anyone think the Athlon in the Dell is doing some bottlenecking?

No.

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Round 2

 

Valley Benchmark Score

CPU i7 5930K

GPU  2x SLI EVGA 980 ACX 2.0  GPU: 1400 MEM: 1995

Average FPS 141.6

Score 5926

Setting Extreme HD 1920x1080 8xAA Full screen

 

 

 

Oh shoot.  Getting close to my score.  I may have to do another run! 


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Oh shoot.  Getting close to my score.  I may have to do another run! 

Win 7, and you pull away from just everyone. Might hit around 7k points in win 7 


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Win 7, and you pull away from just everyone. Might hit around 7k points in win 7 

 

 

I don't know if I want to buy a copy of Windows 7 but if I find it for cheap, going to give it a try


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I don't know if I want to buy a copy of Windows 7 but if I find it for cheap, going to give it a try

Just "acquire" one just for some bench-marking fun.


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Just "acquire" one just for some bench-marking fun.

 

 

HAHAHAHA!  I gotcha.


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Had my 980's and my new build for less than a month and I love it. It destroys games and benchmarks haha. It will be interesting to see how Windows 10 effects benchmarking. 


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Had my 980's and my new build for less than a month and I love it. It destroys games and benchmarks haha. It will be interesting to see how Windows 10 effects benchmarking. 

From when I did my testing it was terrible in the current build.


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From when I did my testing it was terrible in the current build.

 

That's sad to hear. Hopefully that get it nice and optimized for launch :) 


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I thought I'd give this a shot.

 

CPU: AMD Phenom X4 II 965 BE @ 3.4 GHz (stock) with 212 evo cooler

GPU: Sapphire R9 290 Tri-X OC (stock)

Average FPS: 51.2

Score: 2142

 

I thought it would produce something around 60 FPS average, but maybe I'm expecting too much of this card.

But I'm very satisfied with the sound it produces (or better to say, doesn't produce). I haven't heard any noticeable increase in sound ever, with gaming or benchmarking. I have no special sound dampening case (CM Centurion 534).

 

Please give me your feedback on these numbers. I don't know if these are good, bad or just average for this card.

Thanks.

 

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I thought I'd give this a shot.

 

CPU: AMD Phenom XII 965 BE @ 3.4 GHz (stock) with 212 evo cooler

GPU: Sapphire R9 290 Tri-X OC (stock)

Average FPS: 51.2

Score: 2142

 

I thought it would produce something around 60 FPS average, but maybe I'm expecting too much of this card.

Please give me your feedback on these numbers. I don't know if these are good, bad or just average for this card.

Thanks.

 

 

 

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The small CPU deficit you have compared to modern processors is whats the difference in that software (older architecture IPC and more demanding software) IMO,.. my 290non-X gets 59FPS, my 290x gets 60.5-61fps using the same ExtremeHD.

 

Overclock your CPU and it will rise higher in performance.


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I thought I'd give this a shot.

CPU: AMD Phenom XII 965 BE @ 3.4 GHz (stock) with 212 evo cooler

GPU: Sapphire R9 290 Tri-X OC (stock)

Average FPS: 51.2

Score: 2142

I thought it would produce something around 60 FPS average, but maybe I'm expecting too much of this card.

But I'm very satisfied with the sound it produces (or better to say, doesn't produce). I haven't heard any noticeable increase in sound ever, with gaming or benchmarking. I have no special sound dampening case (CM Centurion 534).

Please give me your feedback on these numbers. I don't know if these are good, bad or just average for this card.

Thanks.

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That seems really low for a 290, I'd guess there's a CPU bottleneck there since you're only a bit faster than my 760.


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your 480 is being picked up as a 3GB card on Valley o_O


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The small CPU deficit you have compared to modern processors is whats the difference in that software (older architecture IPC and more demanding software) IMO,.. my 290non-X gets 59FPS, my 290x gets 60.5-61fps using the same ExtremeHD.

 

Overclock your CPU and it will rise higher in performance.

 

That seems really low for a 290, I'd guess there's a CPU bottleneck there since you're only a bit faster than my 760.

 

Alright, thank you both for the feedback!

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