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Old 10-08-17, 04:57 PM
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Mmmm it's being weird for me too.. what are you guys ram speeds and OC's including GPU.

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4GHz on the 1800X , 3200MHz 16GB *2x8GB* memory and 2050/6000 on the 1080 Ti.
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I've tried it stock (2.8ghz CPU and stock Titan XP) and with 150mhz on the TXP. Other than that no change, apart from closing MSIAB. It does load all of the cores up though.
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Old 10-08-17, 05:42 PM
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I'm going to kill all non essential programs and unplug all my other monitors and see if that makes a difference.
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It is impressive that scores from myself and Dice are that close. Not exactly unexpected for the same CPU at the same clocks and memory speeds.

Will see if any other programs were harming my scores and if I can replicate this variability.
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Interesting.. I've run this bench 8x now and the CPU score stays the same every time. It's only the GPU side that seems to take a hit, slightly better only running 1 monitor and zero background programs to scupper the results.

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That is what I find odd. I can not get the same exact score in Cinebench no matter how hard I try. There is always some variance, and more than 1 second. Having said that I score at absolute max around 2100 in Cinebench, which is around 20% faster than a 1800X at full clocks. If I really crunched the times the result is at least similar in this.

I desperately want to install VMWare and OSX Sierra and basically split my PC in two, but I have no bloody internet speed.
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Interesting.. I've run this bench 8x now and the CPU score stays the same every time. It's only the GPU side that seems to take a hit, slightly better only running 1 monitor and zero background programs to scupper the results.
Does your GPU always prefer maximum performance? Is the GPU always clocking to max?
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Does your GPU always prefer maximum performance? Is the GPU always clocking to max?
I'll run some more benches a little later with GPUZ and see what the score is.
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