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Is my timespy score too low on default on Rtx 3090?

Hello. I have Rtx 3090 Gaming Pro and 9700K stock. I have 17500 points in timespy graphic score which is low because on reviews i should be get 19.000+-. Powerplan is to balanced.
WHen i change powerplan to fullperformance i am getting 19.000 points and its fine. I have newest nvidia drivers. Any ideas?
In port royal i have 12.500

My scores are normal with balanced power plan in:
Unigine Superposition 1080P EXTREME ,12154pts<- normal, 3dmark extreme 23,500 gpu <--normal

Only in timespy i have 1000 points gap between balanced vs max performance.
During test cpu dropping random clocks in timespy on balanced. In max performance is steady 4600mhz so thats why i think i have lower score with balanced.
In max performance i have 19000 gpu score +- in time spy.


Games running ok with balanced.


I have 9700K on stock



PC
Aorus Z390 Pro Gaming
2x16 GB DDR4 GSKILL
9700K stock
Seasonic 750W Ultra Titanium Plus Prime
Windows 10 up to date no programs in background

 

 

Can someone with Rtx 3090 share result with balanced?

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Just did Timespy in Balanced my GPU Score is 20942

 

 

10700k

MSI Ace z490

MSI Gaming X Trio 3090

 

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On 10/21/2020 at 2:00 PM, zitgh said:

Hello. I have Rtx 3090 Gaming Pro and 9700K stock. I have 17500 points in timespy graphic score which is low because on reviews i should be get 19.000+-. Powerplan is to balanced.
WHen i change powerplan to fullperformance i am getting 19.000 points and its fine.

So what's the problem?

 

Variance between power plans is normal. I get 1000 point difference too.

 

You can search benchmark results for your exact hardware including clock speeds. If you are within a few hundred points of everyone else it's fine.

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