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Unigine Valley Benchmark Scores Thread + SUPERPOSITION ***Over 1000 Submissions!***

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8 hours ago, ddennis002 said:

80mhz offset the highest you can go?

Yeah, I tried going higher but then GPU started crashing mid-benchmark. 

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After fine tuning, and bios flashing to increase PL. This is the best score I could manage out of my RTX 2070.

 

Same card as last time and same system specs.

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CPU: Intel Core i5 4690k 1150 LGA 3.50GHz
GPU(s): Nividia GeForce GTX 970 MSI GDDR5
Average FPS: 46.8
Score: 1959

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On 8/5/2019 at 11:35 AM, ddennis002 said:

After fine tuning, and bios flashing to increase PL. This is the best score I could manage out of my RTX 2070.

 

Same card as last time and same system specs.

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Oh nice, could you tell me all the changes / tunes you made so maybe I could produce a similar result ?

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1500 Core both cards 2140 mem both cards synced

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Stock cooler with undervolt (1980 mhz @ 1100 mV) fan at 2600 rpm Core 76c and mem 78c

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Let's agree to disagree

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I did another run at 4k optimized

2700x stock 16 GB 3200mhz ram

980 ti sli 1417 core 1863 mem

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Also a 1080p extreme run

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980 ti sli 1417 core 1863 mem

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Oh look, he finally updated the scoreboards!


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Too hot in florida to really push it but here is my addition.

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Just noticed my entry got on the list. At those settings it boosts to 2160. I should have done a second gpuz in that screenshot with max sensors. 


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I got my new graphics card.

 

CPU : 2x Xeon E5-2630L v3
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custom powermod (+100% power limit, +>300MHz HBM OC)

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1337GB/s memory bandwidth btw


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4 hours ago, themctipers said:

custom powermod (+100% power limit, +>300MHz HBM OC)

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1337GB/s memory bandwidth btw

Dang, that might be slightly faster than my VII...

 

Is that with a water block?


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17 hours ago, Masada02 said:

Dang, that might be slightly faster than my VII...

 

Is that with a water block?

no, air, no repaste, no washer mod. 

my card is really shit binned and really shitty at clocking high, but that doesn't mean i can't shove 1200mV vcore, 100% fanspeed and 1950MHz to get a high score at 110c tjunction.

my regular scores are ~8000-8100, stock should be about ~79000

 

my normal is 1070mV for 1880MHz. 


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4 minutes ago, themctipers said:

no, air, no repaste, no washer mod. 

my card is really shit binned and really shitty at clocking high, but that doesn't mean i can't shove 1200mV vcore, 100% fanspeed and 1950MHz to get a high score at 110c tjunction.

my regular scores are ~8000-8100, stock should be about ~79000

 

my normal is 1070mV for 1880MHz. 

Oooooooo you have an RVII as well? 

I should see what mine does in Superposition, I've only benched it in Time Spy, I can push mine to around 2030Mhz core so far, probably a bit higher with more voltage (I think I was at 1.15-1.2 or so, hits around 90C on the hotspot since I'm on water). How do you push higher than +200 on the HBM, Wattman only allows +200 and I haven't checked to see if Afterburner lets me push it higher or not. 

 


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5 minutes ago, Zando Bob said:

Oooooooo you have an RVII as well? 

I should see what mine does in Superposition, I've only benched it in Time Spy, I can push mine to around 2030Mhz core so far, probably a bit higher with more voltage (I think I was at 1.15-1.2 or so). How do you push higher than +200 on the HBM, Wattman only allows +200 and I haven't checked to see if Afterburner lets me push it higher or not. 

 

you need powertable mod

there's one that allows you go +100MHz more on the memory (1300 total) but going any more requires to use the ones that force more voltage (as far as I know)

I made one (just figured out which lines were different from the vanilla one, then changed the values to be larger) just so I can reach 1337GB/s bandwidth

 

I don't run it very overclocked because if I wanted to do that, I need waterblock, I have a big voltage wall at ~1900MHz

I run 1070mV / 1880MHz core, and 1000MHz mem (I heard that HBM doesn't like being overclocked, I don't game much anyways and I want this card to last as looooooooooong as possible)

 


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5 minutes ago, themctipers said:

you need powertable mod

there's one that allows you go +100MHz more on the memory (1300 total) but going any more requires to use the ones that force more voltage (as far as I know)

I made one (just figured out which lines were different from the vanilla one, then changed the values to be larger) just so I can reach 1337GB/s bandwidth

 

I don't run it very overclocked because if I wanted to do that, I need waterblock, I have a big voltage wall at ~1900MHz

I run 1060mV / 1880MHz core, and 1000MHz mem (I heard that HBM doesn't like being overclocked, I don't game much anyways and I want this card to last as looooooooooong as possible)

 

Oho, I do need to look into the powertable mods. Should test and see how much faster it is in games (what I actually use it for) with a VRAM OC to see if that's even worth it though. I got a 9635 in Time Spy at ~2030 core, 9835 with the same core and +200 on the HBM, so it does make a decent difference in benches. Pulled the 4th highest result (am the second highest user, top 3 spots are held by the same guy) in TimeSpy for my CPU/GPU combo with that and my 5820K. Will have to install Superposition when I get home tonight. 

 


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2 minutes ago, Zando Bob said:

Oho, I do need to look into the powertable mods. Should test and see how much faster it is in games (what I actually use it for) with a VRAM OC to see if that's even worth it though. I got a 9635 in Time Spy at ~2030 core, 9835 with the same core and +200 on the HBM, so it does make a decent difference in benches. Pulled the 4th highest result (am the second highest user, top 3 spots are held by the same guy) in TimeSpy for my CPU/GPU combo with that and my 5820K. Will have to install Superposition when I get home tonight. 

 

https://www.3dmark.com/spy/8132273

8 996 graphics score, the HBM OC helps me in games with the lows but not the averages 

that's with my everyday OC, I'll go run 3dmark and superposition 1080p extreme in a bit


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4 minutes ago, themctipers said:

https://www.3dmark.com/spy/8132273

8 996 graphics score, the HBM OC helps me in games with the lows but not the averages 

that's with my everyday OC, I'll go run 3dmark and superposition 1080p extreme in a bit

Comp between your result and mine: https://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/8132273/spy/8393643#

Beanboozled as to how my CPU score was higher, the 3600 should be beating it even at slightly lower clocks due to the better IPC. 

 


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Just now, Zando Bob said:

Comp between your result and mine: https://www.3dmark.com/compare/spy/8132273/spy/8393643#

Beanboozled as to how my CPU score was higher, the 3600 should be beating it even at slightly lower clocks due to the better IPC. 

 

mine was done at i think XMP memory 

my 3600 seems to be a shitty performer, but oh well, it's still 2-3x faster in games than my 3770k

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why the fuck is 1080p extreme harder to run than 4k? 


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4 minutes ago, themctipers said:

mine was done at i think XMP memory 

my 3600 seems to be a shitty performer, but oh well, it's still 2-3x faster in games than my 3770k

-snip-

Mine is running XMP as well, the stock 3200Mhz CL16 at 1.35v. IDK how much of a boost RAM performance is in 3dmark or superposition, but I'd probs have higher RAM bandwidth due to running in quad channel. 

5 minutes ago, themctipers said:

why the fuck is 1080p extreme harder to run than 4k? 

That's always confused me, lol. I don't think there's a 4K Extreme option though is there? Or is it still just 4K Optimized (IIRC that was the only option for 4K when I last ran it, there was an 8K Optimized too). 


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7 minutes ago, Zando Bob said:

Mine is running XMP as well, the stock 3200Mhz CL16 at 1.35v. IDK how much of a boost RAM performance is in 3dmark or superposition, but I'd probs have higher RAM bandwidth due to running in quad channel. 

That's always confused me, lol. I don't think there's a 4K Extreme option though is there? Or is it still just 4K Optimized (IIRC that was the only option for 4K when I last ran it, there was an 8K Optimized too). 

4k optimized only

RAM isn't much of a boost in 3dmark or superposition since those are GPU tests but it helps a lot on ryzen for some reason, on intel something something not infinity fabric and on ryzen something something everything is related to infinity fabric which runs at ramspeed

tbh mine is decoupled, 1600 mCLK and 1833 fCLK 

 

https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/39175511?

 

another issue I guess is that my 3600 doesn't boost properly, and it's really badly binned. 1.375v ish stock (-20mV) for 39.5x - 40.5x.. 1.325v is maximum 'safe' voltage
 

edit: my stock XMP is 3000MHz C16


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6 minutes ago, themctipers said:

another issue I guess is that my 3600 doesn't boost properly, and it's really badly binned. 1.375v ish stock (-20mV) for 39.5x - 40.5x.. 1.325v is maximum 'safe' voltage
 

edit: my stock XMP is 3000MHz C16

? Oof, don't the Zen 2 chips pull up to 1.5v happily at stock though? IIRC AMD said 1.5v is the max safe as well, and guys benching a bunch of Ryzens said it's 1.375v for Zen+, I forget what it was for Zen. 

And yee, that RAM would be what's holding you back a bit. 


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1 minute ago, Zando Bob said:

? Oof, don't the Zen 2 chips pull up to 1.5v happily at stock though? IIRC AMD said 1.5v is the max safe as well, and guys benching a bunch of Ryzens said it's 1.375v for Zen+, I forget what it was for Zen. 

And yee, that RAM would be what's holding you back a bit. 

1.5v at stock under idle to get high boost but stock load is like 1.35v or less

high voltages at idle is apparently fine for zen2 because it doesn't draw much amps, but once it gets to a high load then it'll drop the voltage down because more amps 

something something 7nm is very small, very delicate is what I remember from reddit lol


Ryzen 5 3600 stock | 2x16GB C13 3200MHz (AFR) | GTX 760 (Sold the VII)| ASUS Prime X570-P | 6TB WD Gold (128MB Cache, 2017)

Samsung 850 EVO 240 GB 

138 is a good number.

 

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