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Normal for a 290x?

jcastro_805

That seems about normal for a 2600, especially if you're not OCing. 

 

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/6633255

 

This is my score with a Xeon E5-2680 with my r9 290x, which is not overclocked.

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I just ran Firestrike on my PC and my score seemed low compared to my friend who has a 390 but is this normal for my Core i7 2600/290x?

 http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/9763900? 

Yep normal

Physics score brings down your score due to CPU.

Graphics score is normal though, and thats how you check GPU performance in 3D mark and compare.

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Rip my score of 4200 lol

 

 

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I just ran Firestrike on my PC and my score seemed low compared to my friend who has a 390 but is this normal for my Core i7 2600/290x?

 http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/9763900? 

For the definitive answer, here is the search for the same setup, do be aware the higher scores are X-fire or OC GPUs.

http://www.3dmark.com/search?_ga=1.38897572.648971337.1448677044#/?mode=advanced&url=/proxycon/ajax/search/cpugpu/fs/P/1202/905/500000?minScore=0&cpuName=Intel Core i7-2600 Processor&gpuName=AMD Radeon R9 290X

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THIS.

Open that link, select 1GPU (From that ANY dropdown list)

Maximums - Asus Z97-K /w i5 4690 Bclk @106.9Mhz * x39 = 4.17Ghz, 8GB of 2600Mhz DDR3,.. Gigabyte GTX970 G1-Gaming @ 1550Mhz

 

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I just ran Firestrike on my PC and my score seemed low compared to my friend who has a 390 but is this normal for my Core i7 2600/290x?

 http://www.3dmark.com/3dm/9763900? 

 

That is about right. CPU affects the score a lot. Here is my score with a 290 that is clocked higher but a AMD 7850K that is slower http://www.3dmark.com/fs/6670715

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Normal graphic score but your CPU score should be higher imo.

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Should I try to overclock it?

Yeah sure, but if it's a 2600 then it has a locked multiplier and it's not worth overclocking.

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At stock ,that seems about normal .

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Yeah sure, but if it's a 2600 then it has a locked multiplier and it's not worth overclocking.

In the overclocking setting in my motherboard's bios (ASRock Z75 Pro3) there's an option for Non K overclocking, and it's disabled by default but if I enable it would it allow me to overclock?

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